While they work hard in their classes and after school with extracurricular activates, they wanted to do something for children in Bee County not as fortunate as themselves. They found the solution to this problem that hits so many families at Christmas. They met after school and decided once again to help the staff at Dr. Larakers’ clinic collect toys for children in Beeville. The students were able to collect many toys that should bring many smiles on Christmas morning.
In addition to the toys they donated, Ana Casas handed Dr. Larakers and extra $200 check from Casas Cattle for such an important project.
The students from Loudmouth are always eager to assist in the community and in their school. The club, which began last year with the help of CEO Larry Jackson, has made an impact in Bee County not only with the unusual teaching style of using golf as an aid, but with many staff members sporting the latest collection of Loudmouth Golf attire. Even students have begun to wear the Loudmouth designs around campus.
Johnson has definitely found his niche with his teaching skills. The students say they love a subject (math) that was once a subject they really did not like. The club is under the leadership once again of John Johnson, 6th-grade math teacher at Moreno Middle School.