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Laredo Sector Border Patrol Honors February’s Youth of the Month

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Border Patrol Youth of the Month
Left to Right sitting: Dr. Leonides G.
Cigarroa High School Maribel Perez;
Harmony Science Academy Ybi Huacuja;
Hector J. Garcia Early College High School
Kayla Martinez; John B. Alexander High
School Alyssa Cruz; J. W. Nixon High
School Ben Mora; Lyndon B. Johnson High
School Annette Gallegos; Standing: Jaime
Fierro, Laredo Sector Executive Officer;
Doyle E. Amidon, Division Chief; R&T
Martin High School, Gerardo S. Gutierrez;
St. Augustine High School, Marshal
Moncivais; Texas Academy of
International and STEM Studies, Jacob
Martin Ramirez; United High School,
Gabriel Herrera; United South High
School, Abigail Quintana; Cynthia
Canales, Border Patrol Agent; G. Acosta,
Assistant Chief Patrol Agent.

Laredo, Texas – The Laredo Sector Border Patrol held their Youth of the Month ceremony for February’s honorees at United High School.  The Laredo Sector Border Patrol presented seniors from eleven Laredo high schools with the prestigious Youth of the Month Award.

The Border Patrol Youth of the Month program has recognized Laredo’s top high school seniors for 29 years.  Together, with the collaboration of program partners, one student is selected each month from the Laredo-area high schools as Border Patrol Youth of the Month.  At the end of the school year, eleven Youth of the Month recipients are considered for the prestigious Border Patrol Youth of the Year award.

“It takes more than intelligence to be successful.  Always be determined, be humble, be compassionate, and stay true to who you are.  Strive to be the best version of you,” said Doyle E. Amidon, Laredo Sector Division Chief.

Last Modified: February 3, 2021