Waxahachie ISD post-secondary preparedness includes many paths serving its students with college, career and military readiness.

“We celebrate these honorable young men and woman as they move ahead to serve and protect our country,” a district spokesman said.

Debra DeNicola, the WHS community service coordinator, CTE dual credit coordinator and the post-secondary transition specialist, is responsible for post-secondary planning and was instrumental in helping 16 students connect with military recruiters and commit to service in the U.S. Armed Forces following their graduation later this month.

The students, their branch of service and position are as follows:

• Dustin Baggs – Army – Wheel Vehicle Mechanic

• Eduardo Cadena – Marines – Aviation Technician

• Emilio Carrillo – Marines – Aviation Mechanic

• Jarmon Cash – Navy – Cryptologic Technician

• Nicole Corona – Navy – Aviation Mechanic

• Bryan Cruz Sanchez – Army – Diesel Mechanic

• Adam Duran – Marines – Aviation Mechanic

• Jacob Gasca – Marines – Air Traffic Controller

• Steven Hanrahan – Marines – Aviation

• Danny Harris – Navy – Nuclear Engineering

• Dylan Lovett – Navy – Nuclear Engineering

• Raul Mendoza – Marines – Aircrewman

• Matthew Pike – Army – Airborne Infantry

• Braeden Reed – Navy – Advanced Technical Field Corpsman

• Anthony Varela – Marines – Aviation Mechanic

• Colton Vowell – Navy – Nuclear Engineering

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Connie Sue Miller

So proud of you Danny Brent Harris III

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