This year, PP&T sought to honor our Texas Teachers, Law Enforcement and First Responders by awarding three winners with a $750 stipend scholarship.

We had many incredible candidates submit applications and the selection committee faced a very tough decision. We appreciate the many students who took the time to apply for the scholarships, and we pray that this year is smooth and studies go well for all. To those not selected, please apply again next year.

Texas Teacher Dependent Scholarship

The winner is Sydney Quinn!

Sydney is a 2019 graduate of Colorado City High School. Sydney's parents are both teachers, having taught through Texas, making stops in Midland, Roosevelt, Lorenzo, Stanton, and Clyde, Texas. Sydney is using this scholarship to attend Angelo State University, where she is majoring in Chemistry and minoring in Accounting. Sydney hopes to pursue the PharmD/MBA program in the future.

Congratulations Sydney!

Texas Peace Officer Dependent Scholarship

The winner is Rachel Romero!

Rachel is a 2017 graduate of Frenship High School. Rachel's father has been with the Lubbock Police Department for 13 years and is currently a Lieutenant. Rachel is using this scholarship to continue her education at Texas Tech University, where she is majoring in forensic psychology. Rachel currently has a fantastic 3.5 GPA and has an expected graduation date of Spring 2021.

Congratulations Rachel!

Texas First Responder Dependent Scholarship

The winner is Ragin Kimmons!

Ragin is a 2016 graduate of Post High School. Ragin's father, Rodney, is an active Paramedic in West Texas. Ragin is using this scholarship to finish the Vocational Nursing Program at South Plains College where she then intends on pursuing her Doctorate in Science of Nursing.

Congratulations Ragin!