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Cross Roads High School Student of the Week
Jason Silvey, a senior at Cross Roads High School, who has attended classes at Cross Roads Independent School District since pre-kindergarten, is currently ranked fourth in a highly-competitive class.
Jason is the son of Shannon and Curt Silvey of Athens.
While attending high school, Jason has also completed multiple dual credit college classes, and was chosen to be a member of the Trinity Valley Community College Phi Theta Kappa organization.
He is a member of the Cross Roads Student Council, National Honor Society, Future Farmers of America, a class officer, the Greenbook (Bible Study) Club, the Art Club, and has participated in the athletics program.
Throughout Jason’s academic career in Cross Roads, he has received numerous awards and accolades for his citizenship, attitude and grades. Jason was chosen by the Malakoff Rotary Club to represent Cross Roads at the annual RYLA Leadership Camp, and has accumulated hundreds of hours of community service and volunteer hours helping at the Athens Humane Society, The Athens Food Bank, 4-H Range Clean Up Day and Toys for Tots, to just name a few.
As a member and president of the Henderson County 4-H Shotgun Sports, Jason has been the Texas 4-H Shooting Sports State Ambassador from 2015-2017.
While earning numerous state awards and championships for shooting, Jason has earned national recognition from the National Sporting Clays Association. NSCA is the largest Sporting Clays association in the world and the governing body for the sport in the U.S. NSCA has over 22,000 members in all 50 states and 10 foreign countries. In 2013, he was ranked 18th overall in the United States Sub Junior, to 2016 All American Team Junior 12 gauge, Kreighoff, All American Junior First Team and the NSCA Texas All State Team.
Jason has been awarded a $10,000 scholarship from the San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo for being Reserve Champion-Trap in 2015.
He will graduate as a Distinguished Honor graduate in May 2017 with 33 college hours from Trinity Valley Community College. He has been accepted to Sam Houston State University, where he plans to attend this fall, and major in Criminal Justice. He plans to continue with his shooting on the Sam Houston shotgun team.
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Cross Roads ISD: Met Standard
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