Perfect attendance went to Kellie Andrade, tenth grade, Kimberly Andrade, ninth grade.
Honor roll for the year, Tyler Garza, ninth grade, Faith Blaschke, tenth grade, Megan Carter, Mallory Jessop, Joshua Roach, eleventh grade, Laura Greenly, Kaitlin McCool, twelfth grade;.
Yearly distinguished honor roll, Toni Bouck, Cheyenne McGovern, ninth grade, Melissa Cisneros, Keith Young, tenth grade, Megan Niemann, eleventh grade, Krysten Andrade, Jonathan Parker, Bryanna Valenzuela, twelfth grade.
The following band awards went to Austin Moses, first division solo; Cheyenne McGovern, second division solo; Ricky Yanez and Austin Moses, drum major; Justin Vega, top male artist, ninth grade; Cheyenne McGovern, top female artist, ninth grade; Malorie Nesloney and Krissy Martinez, honorable mention; Val Ortega, top male artist, tenth grade; Melinda Hernandez, top female artist, tenth grade; David Meza, Marcus Jaramillo and Austin Moses, honorable mention; Chris Vega, top male artist, eleventh grade; Andrea Puentes, top female artist, twelfth grade; Lisa Gonzales, honorable mention; Cheyenne McGovern, rookie of the year; Austin Moses, national school marcher award; Andrea Puentes, Jonh Philip Sousa award.
Edward Barnett, Toni Bouck, Cheyenne McGovern, Sierra Simpson, Melissa Vega and Brandi Wilson will received a jacket for lettering in literary.
Krysten Andrade, Faith Blaschke, Joseph Perez, Anderea Puentes and Montana Williams, lettered in UIL literary.
Special awards were presented to Gunnar Hall, excellence in work ethics; Justine Hernandez, positive attitude; Brandon Carrasco, most improved, and Ana Garcia, excellence in service.
Outstanding achievement and club awards were presented to Kellie Andrade, Individualized English II, World History, and Photography; Cristopher Payne, Integrated Physics and Chemistry; Clind Bingenheimer, Independent Study in Math; Joshua Roach, Chemistry; Ruben Garcia, Health; Dillon Vega, Welding II; Jody Marble, Welding III; Carlos Deases, Building Trades III and Industrial Technology Club; Wyatt Anderson and Tyler, Communications Applications; Laticia Vega, Geometry and Economics; Kimberly Andrade, Art 1; Kasie Fierova, Spanish; Jacob Wren, Technology Systems; Chelsea Bluemel, US History; Samantha Martin, Health; Chrstopher Vega, Algebra II; Michael Jaramillo, Health Science Technology I and Personal and Family Development; David Meza, English II, and Introduction to Health Science Technology; Melissa Vasques, Anatomy and Physiology; Meghan Saunders, Microbiology; Trista Yanez, Algebra I and Nutrition; Cassie Blaschke, Spanish II; Megan Niemann, Individualized English III; Joshua Fierova, Pre-Calculus; Craig Lepore, Welding; Daniel Ortega, English I; Montana Williams and Lisa Gonzales, Individual Studies in Business; Carlos Hernandez, PE; Toni Bouck, Business Computer Applications I, Communications Applications, World Geography and PE; Leticia Cantu, Business Imaging and Multimedia; Hope Loveday, Accounting, Apparel, Applied English; Sarah Pena, Art II; Krysten Andrade, Dual Credit Studies; Ronnie Martinez, Applied Math; Valerie Balderamas, US Government; Clair Henderson, Senior Work Program; Melissa Vega, Spanish III; Bryanna Valenzuela, Phsics, Spanish Club; Kaitlin McCool and Malorie Nesloney, Student Council; Andrea Puentes, Business Professionals of America Club; Laura Greenly, English IV, Administrative Office Procedures; Faith Blaschke, Business Computer Information Systems II; Mathew Schirmer, Drafting; Cheyenne McGovern, Biology, Individualized English I, Heaht and FCCLA Region IV State STAR Events; Shelby Wendland and Joseph Gonzales, FCCLA Region IV STAR Events; Khiry Jones, Journalism, Art Club, BPA High Point Achiever; Matthew Tuttle, English III, Math Modeling; Joshua Jones, Art III; Dylan Maxwell, Art IV.
Jonathan Parker, Victor Valdez, Ray Lopez, Alex Bayarena were the State Champion Industrial Technology Team.
University Interscholastic League Award were presented to Andrea Puentes, Jonathan Parker, Krysten Andrade, Bryanna Valenzuela; President’s Education Awards, ninth grade, Cheyenne McGovern, Toni Bouck, Malorie Nesloney, Tyler Garza; tenth grade, Melissa Cisneros, Joseph Ryan Cisneros, Faith Blaschke, Keith Young; eleventh grade, Joshua Roach, Megan Niemann, Mallory Jessop, Megan Carter; twelfth grade, Andrea Puentes, Jonahtan Parker, Krysten Andrade, Bryanna Valenzuela.
The following scholarships were presented to graduating seniors. Clair Henderson, $400, The Refugio County Ministerial Alliance Scholarship, presented by Rev. Jimmy Arnold; Joshua Jones, $200, Quinten Lawrence Crum Memorial Scholarship, presented by Mrs. Kay Smith, $200 Mildred Jean Carver Martin memorial Scholarship, presented by Mrs. Jodye Mendez, $500 Woodsboro Jr/Sr High Art Club Scholarship, presented by Art Club president Meghan Saunders; Morgan Haetig, $500, Class of 1966 in Memory of Gaynelle Boenig Jones, presented by Mr. Brian Hicks; Joshua Fierova, Andrea Puentes and Bryanna Valenzuela, $1,000 each, Domingo Fierova Memorial Scholarship, presented by Madalyn Fierova-Martinez; Joshua Fierova, Clint Bingenheimer, Morgan Haertig, Joshua Jones, $500 each, presented by Mr. Brian Hicks; Clint Bingenheimer, Jonathan Parker, Joshua Jones, Joshua Fierova, Montana Williams, Kaitlin McCool, $300 each, Woodsboro All-Sports Booster Club, presented by Johnny Lamprecht; Lisa Gonzales and Ethan Espinosa, $500 each, Woodsboro Band Boosters Scholarship, presented by Mrs. Viola Meza; Roy Cisneros, Joshua Jones, and Jonathan Parker, $500 each, Ron and Don Hicks-Sara Schubert Scholarship Fund, presented by Brett Schubert; Jonathan Parker, $1,000, Texas A&M Exes Scholarship, presented by Mr. Brian Hicks; Joshua Jones, Kaitlin McCool, Jonathan Parker, $500 each, The Scholarship Group/Picante Sauce Scholarships, presented by Ms. Tina McGuill; Kaitlin McCool, $300, Refugio County Crops Committee Scholarship, presented by Ms. Tina McGuill; Joshua Jones, $500, Refugio County Retired School Personnel Scholarship, presented by Mrs. Betty Kucera; Andrea Puentes and Bryanna Valenzuela, $1,000, Lion’s Club Scholarships, presented by Mrs. Betty Kucera; Joshua Fierova, $500, Refugio Maonic Lodge #190 Scholarship, presented by Mr. John White; Morgan Haertig, $500, Jeffrey Clay Wolfshohl Endowment, presented by Mr. Brian Hicks; Joshua Fierova, $300, Tommy Wright Memorial Scholarship, presented by Mr. Brian Hicks; Bryanna Valenzuela, $1,000, Blaschke Family Scholarship, presented by Jennie Blaschke; Laticia Vega, $500, Leatrice J. Koch Scholarship, presented by Mr. Brian Hicks; Melissa Vega, Andrea Puentes, Krysten Andrade, Valerie Balderramas, Bryanna Valenzuela, Morgan Haertig, $500 each, Business Professionals of America, presented by Mr. Brian Hicks; Joshua Fierova, $1,000 and Morgan Haertig, $500, Lillian Schubert Memorial Scholarship, presented by Rudy and Jennie Schubert; Melissa Vega, Andrea Puentes, and Bryanna Valenzuela, $1,000 each, Rooke Foundation Scholarships, presented by Mr. Brian Hicks; Kaitlin McCool, $1,000, Ranch Heritage Days Committee Scholarship, presented by Mrs. Kate Campbell; Krysten Andrade, Andrea Puentes, Jonathan Parker, Bryanna Valenzuela, Morgan Haertig, $2,000, Coastal Bend College Academic Scholarships, presented by Mr. Brian Hicks; Dillan Blaker, $1,600, Coastal Bend College Scholarship, presented by Mr. Brian Hicks; Joshua Fierova, $500, Crazy Cooker’s Scholarship, presented by Linda Howe; Kaitlin McCool, $300, Copano Bay Soil and Water Conservation District #329 Scholasrhip, presented by Ms. Ruby Martinez; Krysten Andrade, $250, Boyd Wilson Family Scholarship, presented by Mr. Brian Hicks; Clint Bingenheimer, Joshua Jones, Lacie Jochetz and Kaitlin McCool; $200 each, Woodsboro Jr/Sr High Softball/Baseball Scholarship, presented by Mr. Scott Cater; Bryanna Valenzuela, $1,000, Rent-A-Center Make A difference Scholarship, presented by Mr. Brian Hicks; Joseph Gonzales, $80,000 plus all tuition, US Marine Corps. presented by Marine Corp. Sgt.; Andrea Puentes is the Salutatorian and Krysten Andrade was the Valedictorian for the 2008-2009, high school year.