Zachary Tice Recognized as a “Leader of Tomorrow”
by Rotary Club of Humble
The Humble Club of Rotary awarded Atascocita High School student Zachary Tice the Leader of Tomorrow recognition award at their February 17, 2016, luncheon meeting.   He serves as the Battalion Sergeant Major for the MCJROTC program at the high school.   Zachary’s mother, Ms. Pinnock, and Mike Lasyone, Senior Marine Corps Instructor for the MCJROTC program, at Atascocita High School, attended the luncheon.
Zachary engages in many activities at Atascocita High School including the Marine Corps JROTC program, Teen Community Emergency Response Training, Campus Clean Up, Teacher Support, and Flag Detail.
Additionally, he has participated in a wide variety of community relations activities:  Lake Houston 5K/10K, Eagle Springs Triathlon, Blue Star Moms, Veterans Appreciation events, Wreaths Across America, Fall Festivals/Carnivals, and the Humble Christmas Parade. He has accumulated approximately (50) volunteer hours annually.
He plans to join the United States Marine Corps in the future.   He acknowledges his mother Ms. Jennifer Pinnock and father Mr. Les Tice for their support and guidance in his own aspirations.
Through his personal life experiences, educational experiences, and role as Battalion Sgt.Maj. for the MCJROTC program; Zachary says he has learned the importance of setting a positive example, the importance of working hard toward his objectives, and the importance of providing consistent guidance to younger men/women in order to help shape them into well rounded citizens.
 The “Leader of Tomorrow” award will be given to a student from each of the Humble ISD high schools during the year.  The award recognizes students who have demonstrated leadership capability, academic success, and service and respect to others. The Humble ISD Police Department representative at each high school will lead the process to select the student on campus.   
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