Leading Ladies of FWHS - Tressah Moon

Tressah Moon - Cab Cuisine President
Posted on 03/26/2022

Tressah Moon

March is Women’s History Month and we are closing out the month by shining a light on some fantastic FWHS female leaders who make a positive impact on campus. 

Extra-curricular involvement & leadership positions:

·         CAB CUISINE: President

·         VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: Captain

Why is it important to get involved and make a difference in high school?

It was important for me to get involved because I knew that high school was a place that many were free to explore different areas of learning. I learned many different skills through all of my electives that have proven useful in the real world and I would not have that without high school.

Who is a mentor or role model who inspire you & why?

A role model who has inspired me is my Culinary Teacher, Chef E. She is well-liked among her students and peers and has taught me to love cooking. Through four years of being in her classes, I have grown into a more extroverted person and a better group player as a result.

If you knew me better you’d know I…

If you knew me better, you'd know that I make the best chocolate chip cookies in the whole world.

What are your dreams for your future?

My dreams for the future are to become a mentor to teenagers that have went through the same struggles that I have. Being able to understand what they are going through might make asking for help a lot easier than it was for me.

What is the bravest thing you have ever done?

The bravest thing that I have ever done is moving out of my house during my junior year of high school.

What do you love about Flowing Wells?

My favorite thing about Flowing Wells is the opportunities that every class has for its students. The teachers are very interested in what they are teaching and it makes it even more fun to learn something new.

Who has been the most influential teacher in your career and why?

The most influential teacher that I have had in my career is my third and sixth grade teacher, Mrs. Dukart. She is not in the Flowing Wells district but she was there for me when my mother passed away in sixth grade. She took the time to follow up with me year after year and taught me the importance of trying to understand everyone's situation.

How long have you attended Flowing Wells?

I have been in Flowing Wells since 7th grade when I entered the Junior High.

What legacy do you want to leave here at Flowing Wells?

I want people to see how much fun I had here especially with the volleyball program. Not many people are interested in volleyball and I am hoping that I sparked some love for the sport through my support of the program.