We selected one student from each location to be our Warrior Martial Arts Academy Student of the Month. They were chosen for their outstanding martial arts skills and exhibiting the attitude of a champion on and off the mat. Read about these three Warriors below.
Warrior Martial Arts in Frisco: Kayli Woodward
Congratulations, Kalyi Woodward for being the Warrior Martial Arts Student of the Month in Frisco! Kayli will be a 6th grader at Pioneer Middle School. Kayli is an excellent student in the gym as well as in the classroom. She is a member of the Warrior Martial Arts competition team. Kayli has also won several medals at nationally ranked BJJ tournaments. Kayli is also involved in our Certified Instructor Training Program, which teaches our students how to become instructors. She is an amazing helper and is considered a leader among her peers and siblings. Not only has “K-wood” challenged herself as a Martial Artist, she recently ran a 5K Marathon!
There is nothing this Lady Warrior can’t do!
Warrior Martial Arts in Little Elm: Dalton Monroe
Little Elm’s Student of the Month is Dalton Monroe. Dalton, a Warrior Martial Arts Green Belt, is 11 years of age and attends Navo Middle School. He started martial arts because he was bullied in school. The martial arts have allowed him to understand himself and others in ways that help him avoid negative situations in the first place, making the bullying stop. Today he carries himself well with a high self-esteem. His instructors credit him as being a human sponge, adapting every lesson well. He strives to be an example to other students as well as assist them with his knowledge. His future desires include to become a competitor and eventually a teacher of Martial Arts. Dalton Monroe brings credit upon himself and the Warrior Martial Art Academy.
Warrior Martial Arts in Plano: Hannah Davis
Black Belt Hannah Davis is the true meaning of Martial Artist. Hannah gives 100 percent on and off the mat. With awesome kickboxing skills and a highly developed ground game, she is one to look out for in the future. Hannah earned her Black Belt in August of this year. Her passion shows every time she steps on the mat. This year, Hannah has competed in numerous grappling tournaments and always finds herself on the podium. Through hard work and dedication, Hannah is sure to be a future leader of our community. We at Warrior Martial Arts would like to tip our hats to this young warrior. Congratulations Ms. Davis!!!