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Carlie Spaulding, 2015 graduate of Lewisville ISD’s Flower Mound High School was awarded the FMHS Rosettes Drill Team Scholarship through LEF’s scholarship program last spring.

“I feel incredibly lucky and blessed when I think about getting the LEF scholarship,” Spaulding said. “It reminds me to put hard work into what I do no matter what, because it pays off.”

Spaulding poses with an Aggie Yell Leader.

Spaulding poses with an Aggie Yell Leader.

Spaulding now attends Texas A&M University. “I am currently an Engineering major at Texas A&M,” she told LEF. “And I plan to concentrate in either Biomedical or Civil Engineering. I hope to be the first female yell leader when I am an upperclassman!

LEF works with local booster clubs and PTAs to administer scholarships, and is home to endowed scholarships designed to honor the memory or legacy of those who play a role in student success in LISD.

LEF is proud of Spaulding engineering her way to success and is honored to be a small part of it! LEF will have a similar role in LISD’s 2016 graduates’ future: The scholarship application is open now at lisdef.com.

All LISD seniors should apply. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, January 29, 2016, at 4:30 pm.

Applicants will be notified via email in April as to the status of their application. Those selected will be invited to participate in LEF’s annual Awards Night on May 9 at Lewisville High School’s Stuver Auditorium, where benefactors will be on hand to present awards.