Howdie Tiffany Perez!


By Maria Divina Canalita, Staff Writer

Tiffany Perez is a high-spirited junior cheerleader at George Ranch. She likes serving others through teaching gymnastics and despite her busy schedule, she makes time for her family as well.

The Wrangler: Are you a part of any GRHS activities or extra-curricular?

Perez: Yes! I’m a cheerleader and that’s about it.

The Wrangler: Are you enjoying cheer so far?

Perez: Yes, I really like it especially connecting with the other girls here.

The Wrangler: What does a cheerleader mean to you?

Perez: It means that I am one of the leaders to set up as an example to other students here on how spirited and cheerful you can be.

The Wrangler: Outside of school, are you involved in clubs, or serving other people?

Perez: Well, I work outside of school, also, I’m a gymnastics coach at Sugar Land Gymnastics.

The Wrangler: How does it feel like to be teaching gymnastics?

Perez: I really really like it. I love seeing girls progress as they learn gymnastics.

The Wrangler: Does it interfere with your studies?

Perez: Um, not too much. I mean, sometimes it does but I always make sure I get my work done so I can catch up.

The Wrangler: How do you balance school, cheer, gymnastics, work and family leisure time at the same time?

Perez: It’s pretty easy its not that hard. I always make time for everyone. I always have cheer and set schedules unless the time I need to be working is a set schedule and I always have time with my family.

The Wrangler: Speaking of cheer and gymnastics, are you planning to continue it after high school?

Perez: Um, no I won’t.

The Wrangler: Who are your inspirations in life?

Perez: I don’t really have an inspirational person but I think Jesus is my number one inspiration.

The Wrangler: To give inspiration to others, do you have anything to reach out to them?

Perez: Just ignore everyone that’s rude to you. Just keep on doing what makes you happy and that’s it.