Brian Bigda is a “Big Deal” in Bay District Schools


Each week, News 13 partners with Sonny’s Barbecue and Bay District Schools to present the It’s a Big Deal Student’s Care award. 

Students are nominated by their teachers each week and the new winner is announced every Monday on News 13 Live at Five.

This week we honor Brian Bigda, a student at Chautauqua Learn and Serve Charter School. Brian leads a school program in which he and his peers collect unwanted and donated fruit and milk from Bay High School and provide it to the homeless several times a week.

He is not the only Big Deal in Bay County this week. Here are the students who won at the school level:

A. Crawford Mosley High – Gary Halcomb
Bay High – Amanda Tolliver
J. R. Arnold High – Cooper Moore

C.C. Washington – Tony Jacks
Everitt Middle – Ny’Quan Carter
Jinks Middle – Cheyenne Desonia

Hiland Park Elementary – Charlie Rusch
Hutchison Beach Elementary – Brian Rodriguez Lorenzo
Lucille Moore Elementary – Daveisha Nelson
Lynn Haven Elementary – Nadia McQuagge
Merriam Cherry Street Elementary – Sierra Scott
Northside Elementary – Kinsley McPeak
Oakland Terrace – Shane Day
Oscar Patterson Elementary – Amani Owens
Patronis Elementary – Jayda Marshall and Tate Troutman
Southport Elementary – Jarret Gay
Springfield Elementary – Cameron Leopard
Tommy Smith Elementary – Rowdy Johns
Tyndall Elementary – Donovan Dyson
Waller Elementary – Erika Wilson
West Bay Elementary – Kaylee Alfred
Breakfast Point – Jayden Fiedler

New Horizons Learning Center – Taylor White

Tom P. Haney Technical Center – Kendra Bruner

Bay Haven Charter Academy – Madeleine Wilson
North Bay Haven Charter Academy – Savanna Anderson
Palm Bay Preparatory Charter – Alyssah Adams
Rising Leaders Charter Academy – Gabriele Lara
University Charter Academy – Seth Shamblin

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