Tanna Rebecca Naylor Jackson Dailey
Sulphur Bluff Class of 2012 Names
Valedictorian and Salutatorian
Valedictorian Tanna Rebecca Naylor
Tanna Rebecca Naylor, commonly known as "Becca" is the daughter of Gail and Glen Hamlin, and Dan Naylor.
"My experience with my primary and secondary education has been one without regret. From the time of my enrollment into First grade, I had already decided to strive to obtain the status of Valedictorian of my graduating class. Now that my goal of twelve years has become a reality, I realize that, "Wow. I really did it! What now???" This made me realize that my possibilities are endless, which is the best sensation I could ever dream of. I feel that with the combination of attributes I have attained over the years and the support of my family and friends that has never failed me...I could take on the world.
Throughout my years at Sulphur Bluff I have been given the privilege to serve consecutively as my class president, the FFA Chapter's vice-president and parliamentarian, Beta Club president, a varsity Basketball player, of which I also served as co-captain of this final season, Softball, Volleyball, and Track teams.
The honors bestowed upon me this year include the Cap Herman Basketball Award, 2nd Team All-District, Homecoming Queen, Miss S.B.H.S., Most School Spirit, and Most Involved for the school annual, and of course Valedictorian.
I will always look back on these years as some of the best of my life, and cannot thank the many incredible people who have helped and encouraged me all along the way."
Salutatorian Jackson Dailey
Jackson Dailey, son of Wayne Dailey and Kim Deck, intends to dual-major in computer science and communication arts. His weighted GPA is 4.8. He would ultimately like to do marketing for a computer corporation.
Jackson has been awarded a Beta scholarship, a Rotary Club scholarship, Teen Court scholarship and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo FCCLA Leadership scholarship. Jackson has maintained an A average in all of his classes. Jackson will be attending Texas A&M-Commerce as a member of the Honors College where he can have a debt-free education.
"Beta and FCCLA are important to me. As I progress in my career, I would like to give back to those organizations because they have been so influential to me".