Class of 2016 Valedictorian Brian Tulaba learned “how to be an effective leader. I was always quiet and shy,” he said, “but through being NHS president, I learned more about public speaking and how to lead a group better while Salutatorian Jeffrey Quinn “learned that that there’s different types of criticism, constructive and destructive, but through constructive you can build from It,” he said.
2016 Valedictorian and Salutatorian
During the 2016 Bear Awards, Principal Gerardo Marquez presents the Employee Family of the Year award to senior Ashley Vasquez, sister April Vasquez, Stevens High School Class of 2011, Counseling Secretary Silvia Vasquez and her husband Santos Vasquez, on May 12. (Photo by Mathew Roman)
2016 Bear Award (Photo by Mathew Roman)
Moving Forward. Dancing for the last time as a member of pep squad, freshman Jailynn Munoz prepares for next year on the cheer team. “I’ve been cheering for a long time so getting to do it at Brennan is a really big honor because the cheer team is so highly respected here,” Munoz said.
Moving Forward
Final Farewell. Performing with dance team, senior Taylour Foster savors her last time on stage. “It was very emotional for me, I did cry,” Foster said. “But it’s just going to be a lot of good memories now.”
Spring Show Farewell
Showstopper. After much practice, junior Mariah Carbaugh-Duarte performs just one of many dances she and her team showed off on the night of Spring Show. “It was definitely exhausting and stressful but every minute of it was worth it,” Carbaugh-Duarte said.
Spring Showstopper
JROTC senior staff is: Corps Commander, Tim Enroth; Vice Corps Commander, Joseph Wilson; Operations Squadron Commander,Andyia Brown; Mission Support Squadron Commander, Zeb Knapp, Services Squadron Commander, Ben Montanona; Command Chief Master Sgt.,Landon Vierra; Operations Deputy Commander, Trent Yelton; Mission Support Deputy Commander, Dalam Siewert; Services Deputy Commander, Jordan Benitez.
2016-2017 JROTC Senior Staff
Senior Allen Graham places second in the Triple Jump at the Judson ISD Relays with a 44-foot-2.75-inch jump. Graham, though, placed first with a 20-foot-4.5-inch long jump, helping the Brennan Boys Track Team place third overall. (Photo by Mathew Roman)
High Flying (Photo by Mathew Roman)
Para-athlete Jade Aguilar throws the shot put 8 feet, surpassing the state minimum of 7 feet, and possibly qualifying for state. “Jade’s dedication and happy spirit [have] brought a positive team morale to the team, along with [inspiring] the coaches,” Head Girls Track and Field Coach Fetima Jordan said, who will submit her best distance at the end of the season to see if Aguilar has qualified for state competition.
Putting Best Shot Forward (Photo by Maryah Parker)
Miss Gulch, played by junior Allyson Hackworth, rides in ready to take Toto away from Dorothy in Brennan's  theatrical production of "The Wizard of Oz." (Photo by Savanna Harsh)
Miss Gulch (Photo by Savanna Harsh)
Glinda the Good Witch of the North, played by senior Bailey Jones, tells the Munchkins to "Come out, come out, wherever you are and meet the young lady, who fell from a star," in Brennan's  theatrical production of "The Wizard of Oz."   (Photo by Savanna Harsh)
Come Out, Come Out (Photo by Savanna Harsh)
2016 Valedictorian and Salutatorian
2016 Bear Award (Photo by Mathew Roman)
Moving Forward
Spring Show Farewell
Spring Showstopper
2016-2017 JROTC Senior Staff
High Flying (Photo by Mathew Roman)
Putting Best Shot Forward (Photo by Maryah Parker)
Miss Gulch (Photo by Savanna Harsh)
Come Out, Come Out (Photo by Savanna Harsh)

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A Senior Issue

Click here to read the sixth issue for the 2015-2016 school year, which features parting words from the 2016 Top Ten, Valedictorian Brian Tulaba and Salutatorian Jeff Quinn Path Successes, What I've Learned as Editor-in-Chief, and other senior features.2015-2016 May Paw Print Newspaper
To read the May 2016 issue of The Paw Print newspaper, the sixth issue for the 2015-2016 school year, which features parting words from the 2016 Top Ten, Valedictorian Brian Tulaba and Salutatorian Jeffrey Quinn Path Successes, What I've Learned as Editor-in-Chief, and other senior features, click here.

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