Flower Mound Chamber Awards | October 2020
Heritage Elementary student, teacher and campus were all recognized at the Flower Mound Chamber of Commerce's Oct. 20, 2020, first in-person Partnership Meeting at Marty B's in Bartonville, Texas.
October Student of the Month
Jackson Sasser, Heritage 5th-Grader, was named the Flower Mound Chamber/Independent Bank October Student of the Month. According to Jackson's teachers, he is a very well-spoken, outgoing, and friendly 5th-grade student at Heritage. Jackson is a natural leader and his peers and teachers respect him. He always looks for ways he can help his teachers and classmates. Jackson is a great athlete and loves playing football. His hobbies include writing songs, playing guitar, piano, and video games. He is a great role model for younger students.
October Teacher of the Month
Heritage Elementary Virtual Learning 1st-Grade Teacher Kelsi Kunz was named the Flower Mound Chamber/Huffines Auto Dealership October Teacher of the Month. Kunz was recognized for being a wonderful teacher and leader on campus. She is always smiling and brings a positive “can-do” attitude with her every day. When the campus needs someone to help lead the other virtual teachers on campus, Kelsi always steps up to help guide Heritage’s virtual teachers. She is a proud 2007 graduate of Marcus High School and a 2011 graduate of Texas Tech. In her short time working in Lewisville ISD, Ms. Kunz has been asked to tackle several different roles and has done so with grace. She has a great work ethic and is a great representative for Heritage and all of LISD.
October School of the Month
Heritage Elementary was named the Flower Mound Chamber/DATCU October School of the Month. Heritage Elementary is a school in Highland Village, Texas. The campus is a nationally recognized Blue Ribbon School that serves children in grades Pre-K through 5th Grade. The vision of Heritage Elementary is to ascend toward a love of life-long learning. This is accomplished by preparing students to reach their highest potential as they make their flight as Heritage Hawks. On their journey, positive self-esteem is gained, individuality respected, and the skills for working in a changing society will be achieved. Heritage’s vision is strengthened through the cooperation of the school, home, and community. At Heritage, they stress serving others over themselves, kindness, hard work, and compassion. They aim to create critical thinkers and problem solvers who will be ready to face any challenge ahead of them. Aside from strict academic work, Heritage provides clubs and organizations that support the social/emotional and artistic abilities of our students.
|Teacher||Kelsi Kunz, Virtual 1st-Grade Teacher|
|Student||Jackson Sasser, 5th Grade|
|Teacher||Brilliance Crayton, Science Teacher|
|Student||Mia Kline, 8th Grade|
Heritage Elementary is a Highland Village, Texas elementary school serving Pre-K through 5th graders in the Lewisville Independent School District. Follow Heritage on Facebook and Twitter to see more student experiences throughout the school year or visit Best Schools in Texas for more information about joining the Lewisville ISD family.