Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Meet Our Newest Police Officer

The Southlake Police Department would like to welcome our newest member to the police force, Officer Logan Miller. Officer Miller comes to us from the Springfield, Missouri Police Department where his career in law enforcement began.

Southlake Police Officer  Logan Miller

Southlake Police Officer
Logan Miller

The City of Southlake, and its Police Department, were Millers first choice for a lateral move based on the department’s stellar reputation. He says, “The Southlake Police Department holds its officers to the highest standards possible and I expect the same of myself. I recently went on several ride outs with Southlake Police Officers and I was very impressed with what I saw.”

Officer Miller was assigned to the patrol division in Springfield. He also currently serves in the U.S. Navy Reserves as a Master-at-Arms third-class Petty Officer and is attached to a security force unit based in Japan.

Officer Miller has already begun training with seasoned veterans in the department and says he can’t wait to begin serving his community.

Please join us in welcoming Officer Miller and his wife Haylee to Texas.


Two Dragons Named Southlake Youth of the Year

Two distinguished Dragons were recognized at the 2013 Celebrating Community MVPs Awards Banquet last Thursday, June 20. The awards ceremony recognizes outstanding community contributors for making a difference in Southlake, and Carroll students Andrew Adams and Courtney Kent were honored as the 2013 Youth of the Year by the Southlake Chamber of Commerce. The Youth of the Year Award honors local students for their dedication and achievement in the Southlake area.

Pictured left to right: Matt Miller, CMS Principal; Andrew Adams, Courtney Kent and Shawn Duhon, CSHS Principal

Andrew Adams is a 14 year old former Carroll Middle School student. At CMS, he was involved in National Junior Honor Society, Theater, Band, Football, Cross Country, Track and was an elected officer in the Student Council. Andrew was also an outstanding leader who exhibited character and is respected by both peers and staff. Outside of school, he is involved in Boy Scouts where he is a life scout rank, Relay for Life, Order of the Arrow, which is a Scouting National Honor Society, and he is a volunteer and active member of his church. His goals are to finish his Eagle Scout badge, graduate high school with all A’s and to help out at church in any way he can. Andrew will start at Carroll High School in the fall.

Courtney Kent is 18 years old and a recent graduate of Carroll Senior High. As a Dragon, she was involved in Varsity Marching Band where she was a section leader, Band Leadership Council, NHS, NSHS and Mu Alpha Theta. A Carroll Senior High Counselor described Courtney as being one of the most dedicated, resilient and caring students she has come across in her ten years in education. Outside of school, she is involved in the National Charity League where she is president and is the Vice Chair of the Southlake Youth Action Commission. She is also the founder of Sprinkles of Love, which is a charitable custom baking business where all the proceeds go to purchasing Nintendo Wii consoles for the Children’s Hospital in Dallas. Her goals include graduating from college and growing her non-profit, Sprinkles of Love. 

CISD Announces Class of 2013 Valedictorian, Salutatorian

Eunice Lee, Class of 2013 Valedictorian

The Valedictorian for Carroll Senior High School Class of 2013 is Eunice P. Lee. Eunice is the daughter of John and Michelle Lee of Southlake. Next year, Eunice will be attending Harvard majoring in History.

Hope Miller, Class of 2013 Salutatorian

The Salutatorian for Carroll Senior High School Class of 2013 is Hope A. Miller. Hope is the daughter of Kris and Tracy Miller of Southlake. Hope will attend Texas A&M University next year and major in accounting.

The Class of 2013 Commencement is scheduled for Friday, June 7 at Dragon Stadium. Graduation rehearsal will be at 8:30 a.m. Seniors must arrive at the stadium no later than 6:15 p.m. The ceremony begins at 7:30 p.m. Click here for additional information about diploma pick-up and senior final transcripts.