Jasmine Hernandez, 2022 Miss Teen Fallbrook 1st
Princess, is a Student of the Month (SOM).
 
Everyone came to the February SOM Breakfast at North Coast Church to cheer on our hardworking Fallbrook Union High School District’s students!  Rotarian Don Weeks shared breakfast with Fallbrook High School (FHS) School Board members, Sheriff’s Department personnel, Fallbrook Car Club participants, American Association of University Women (AAUW) attendees, and other community members.

Our 2022 Miss Teen Fallbrook 1st Princess, FHS’s Jasmine Hernandez, has a 4.0 GPA and participated in the Academic Decathlon. While participating in sports, she still maintained her grades for CSF.  Not only did her teacher Alana Mitchell nominate her, Sheriff’s Office’s Heather Mitchell spoke about Jasmine’s work with the Camarena Fallbrook Youth Crime Prevention Club. On top of all this, she was named "One of the 25 Most Remarkable Teens in San Diego,

Both Chief Warrant Officer (CWO3) Tom Smith and teacher Alana Mitchell talked about the merits of FHS’s Sam Bruton. He is a leader for younger ROTC students and the ASB Athletic Commissioner. He is also in the Explorers’ program. This 3rd generational FHS grad plans to attend Concordia University to play La Crosse and focus on law enforcement. 

FHS’s Maya Bellizetin is an avid dancer nominated by teacher Shavonne Donoghue.  Maya was home schooled through her junior year because she had a dance program opportunity. Now, she attends FHS and obtained a 4.4 GPA. She inspires others, became the  president of math club, and volunteers at the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary. 

Oasis Teacher Matt Parker nominated Anay Garcia who lead FUHS's ASB program remotely during COVID – as a freshman. She transferred to Oasis so she could pursue a career as a soccer player and keep her 3.8 GPA. She received Belmont University Athletic Scholarship and plans to pursue her soccer career and major in sports medicine.

Congratulations to all these students!