Cammie Hicks and Cody Frazier were chosen as the Quitman Rotary Club’s Students of the Month for April.
She has been an active student at Quitman High School throughout high school. She has played volleyball four years, serving as captain three seasons. She was the setter in volleyball and Academic All District 2015-2017; First Team All District 2016; All District Setter of the Year 2015 and 2017; Texas Sports Writers Association All State Honorable Mention 2015 and 2017 and Texas Association of Volleyball Coaches(TAVC) First Team All State 2015-2017 and TAVC Academic All State 2017.
She is a four-year Student Council member, treasurer two years and secretary one year. Hicks is a member of the National Honor Society and has served as secretary. She’s also has been a class officer for three years as well as an officer for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Spanish Club.
After high school graduation, Hicks plans to attend the University of Texas - Tyler and major in social sciences to become a social worker. She is the daughter of James and Missy Hicks of Quitman.
Frazier has participated in agriculture classes all four years of high school. Through agriculture Frazier has learned how to memorize speeches and present them in front of an audience. He credits Quitman Agriculture instructor Brant Lee with teaching him about vegetation, the animals which consume the plants and how to manage a plot of land.
Frazier joined the One-Act Play as a sophomore. “I was blessed to be a part in the play we performed. One-Act Play also strengthened my critical thinking skills,” he noted.
Frazier plans to attend Tarleton State University and eventually go into agriculture business. He plans to acquire his commercial drivers license and earn a welding license. Frazier is the son of Chad and Misty Frazier.