Southside faculty and students
donned green and blue to
raise awareness for Organ
Donor Awareness on April
17. Southside teacher
Andrea McTigue is passionate
about the cause. Her
husband, Brad, has been
on a kidney waiting list for
two years. McTigue, left,
and Angela Pridmore sport
their blue and green for
Sophia Cabellero, Matthew Thompson, Kenzie Carter, Jacky Goodwin, Brandon Ledbetter, David Albarran, Theissen
Austin, Lindy DeOsio and Matt Crane, fourth graders in Angela Pridmore's class at Southside wear blue and green for
organ donor awareness.
Faculty and staff at Southside show their support for Donate Life by wearing green and blue.
A number of students were selected at Southside School as Super Salamanders. They were selected based on their
kindness during the previous nine weeks. Super Salamanders for 3rd-5th graders are: (not in order) Gracie Herrod,
Sarah Bailey, Fernanda Perez, Edith Vasquez, Alyvia Smith, Jennifer Gomez, Itzel Velazquez, Berenice Velazquez,
Jennifer Castillo, Sirenia Cinto Domingo, Enedina Estrada, Taylor Sexton, Cole Banks, Ava Perryman, Jacey Sudberry,
Andrew Vester, Aliyah Spence and Alexis Rodriguez.
Super Salamanders for K-2nd graders are: (not in order) Alex Sanchez, Jose Mendez, Tiarra Hix, Alexis LaFarlett,
Julissa Jaimes, Alyssa Smith, Tahnya Henning, Chloe Eschbach, Ricardo Baltazar, Bailey Dunn, Jonathan Flores,
Natalie Albarran, Sergio Castillo, Kamryn Banks, Adicely Ortiz, Alex Burks, Jalen McKinney, Ethan Wingo, Karley Keys,
Kelly Ramirez Hernandez, Jose Francisco Domingo and Hannah Pilkington.