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Judson Theater Students Advance In Competition

Left to right. Jaden Cervera, Analissa Valdez, Alexis Patterson

Theater students recently converged on Ronald Reagan High School for the annual "Dutch" National Qualifying Tournament.  The team from Judson High School made a huge impression on the contest with over half of the team making it to the final round.  They took two national bids as well as two more state qualifers and ended the event earning their second Sweepstakes Trophy of the season. Congratulations on such great performances and good luck at the next step.  Their coaches are Larry Bailey and Larissa Brien.

US Bands Yamaha Cup Marching Contest

The US Bands Yamaha Cup Marching Contest was held at Rutledge Stadium this past Saturday. Congratulations to the Wagner High School Band for placing 1st in their division and placing 4th overall in finals. The band also received Outstanding Guard, Best Visual and Best Overall Effect. Wagner, Judson and Veterans Memorial will all be performing this Saturday for UIL Marching Contest at Rutledge Stadium. This will feature all 5A & 6A Marching Bands from Music Region 11. Admission is just $5.00. Please see below for more info on the upcoming performances.

UIL Region 11 Marching Band Contest
October 21, 2017
Rutledge Stadium

Performance times for our schools:
11 a.m. - Veterans Memorial HS

4 p.m. - Wagner HS

6:30 p.m. - Judson HS

McDonald's Donates Books to Salinas

McDonald's franchisee Stagg Restaurants donated books to first grade students at Salinas Elementary. Not only did each student receive a book but they even had some left over for other teacher's prize boxes. We appreciate the donation and their commitment to developing literacy in our students!

Kirby Football Players Welcome Hopkins Students

Kirby Middle School football players shared the community spirit by welcoming students, parents and faculty to school early in the morning. They assisted with curb side service, helping our students get out of cars and also gave some words of encouragement and high fives to begin their day. These young men exhibited a high quality of character by taking the time to brighten the Hopkins Elementary campus with their smiles and positive attitudes.

 

Cardboard Challenge Comes to Candlewood

The Global Cardboard Challenge is an event inspired by a boy named Caine, who built an entire arcade out of cardboard a few years ago. Every year around this time people create cardboard masterpieces and engage in a day of play. Candlewood students participated in this event with enthusiasm and came up with some truly amazing creations. Each class watched an introductory video highlighting Caine's original arcade, brainstormed project ideas and then came together on build day! It was a truly rewarding experience for students, teachers and the parents that came out to volunteer. Great job Candlewood Eagles!