Landry Setliff is the Valedictorian of Kress High School with a GPA of 3.98. Landry is the son of Tonya and Doug Setliff, and has attended Kress High School for 13 years. He plans to attend West Texas A&M University in the fall, majoring in Biology.
Landry has played sports at Kress High School for four years, playing basketball for two years, cross country for two years, track for three years, and baseball for three years. He has received 2nd team all district middle infielder for three years.
Landry has been involved in the Kress 4-H Club for 10 years, and has been the club reporter, secretary, vice-president and president of the local club. He has also been elected the Co-Chairman of the 4-H county council of Swisher County. In his 4-H career, Landry has shown swine all ten years, and has received several Breed Champion awards at the Kress Local Show.
Landry was inducted into the National Honors Society his junior year. He received his academic blanket and academic patches all four years. He is a member of the student council and was elected the president of his class for his senior year.
Landry has been a member of the Technology Students Association all four years of high school and has won several awards with his woodworking projects including one of the top five projects at regionals and a best in state award. He has also been a member of the Kress High School Band all four years, and has been honored the Best in Percussion award for two years. Landry was elected the Band Beau for Homecoming his senior year. He has received numerous subject awards and citizenship awards, and is a member of the Northwest Church of Christ in Plainview.