MacArthur student participates in State of City event

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MacArthur High School student Analisa Pompa was invited to attend the 2017 United State of the City with Mayor Ivy Taylor on Wednesday, April 19. This event is one of the city’s most popular annual events, where Mayor Taylor shares her accomplishments, future plans, and stories about the people who make San Antonio “A City with Heart.” Analisa was personally selected by Mayor Taylor after she watched a news story about the Mac student and her grab and go breakfast cart on campus. She was so impressed by Analisa, that she asked if she would introduce her at the event.

“I am elated,” said Analisa. “It is such an honor to have been selected to introduce the Mayor and tell the community about the great things we are doing at MacArthur.”

Thanks to health conscious Analisa, MacArthur students in a rush are getting get an extra boost of energy in the morning. MacArthur has been testing out a Grab and Go Breakfast Cart on campus to make it easier for students to fit in a quick meal before class. Students can choose entrées like mini pancakes, sausage and biscuits, yogurt, muffins and cereal along with fresh fruit and milk.

As a soon to be Summa Cum Laude graduate at MacArthur, Pompa aims to further sharpen her leadership qualities in college, as she looks forward to earning a degree in neuroscience.

Posted on 04/19/2017