Ms. Lee’s AP Environmental Science class takes notes as Holiday explains atmospheric science.

It’s evident that Trey Holiday’s dedication to learning and sharing knowledge has left a lasting impression. As a former student of Woodlawn High School and the valedictorian of the Class of 2023, his return to Ms. Lee’s AP Environmental Science class to impart insights from his studies at University of Louisiana Monroe is a testament to his character and commitment to education. Trey’s ability to bridge the gap between classroom learning and real-world application, particularly within the field of atmospheric sciences, undoubtedly enriched the educational experience for Ms. Lee’s current students. It’s heartening to see alumni like Trey giving back to their alma mater and inspiring the next generation. Our pride in Trey’s accomplishments and his contributions to the school community are well deserved.

As a teacher, it is always gratifying to see your former students thriving and making meaningful contributions to their community. Trey’s efforts to give back by sharing his insights and experiences will undoubtedly inspire and benefit the students he interacts with.

“Trey was an incredible student of mine,” stated Ms. Lee, “and I am so proud of all that he has done within ULM and his commitment to sharing that information with my current students.”