Wonderful memories were made at Spring Meadows’ annual Father & Daughter Valentine’s Dance. Over 180 fathers/father figures and their little princesses filled the cafeteria with music and dances. Dinner and fun was served to all as they pranced the night away. A sure way to melt any dad’s heart.
Hopkins Elementary held a family literacy night for their dual language students and families. They were honored to have guest speaker, Dr. Smith from UTSA, talk to parents about the importance of bilingual education. Families were able to share in reading activities to help them work with their child at home. Students were then given the opportunity to select a book to take home to add to their personal libraries.
The first meeting of the Salinas Running Club was held this week with an enthusiastic group of 42 students who worked together to learn how to become better runners...in preparation for a future fun run or 5K race. They only expected about 30 students to sign up but a whopping total of 90 enrolled! The school will be holding a second session to serve the rest of the students who wanted to participate.
Area playoffs are heating up for the girls basketball programs at both Judson and Wagner. These are both quality teams that look to make a big impact in the playoffs. Let's make sure we support them as they push on to make a Final Four State appearance.
Wagner Lady T-Birds
Judson Lady Rockets
Congratulations to Wagner High School seniors Antwoine Ware, Keshawn Fairley, and Arthur Anderson who all signed their scholarship agreements to play college football. Antwoine Ware and Keshawn Fairley signed with San Diego Mesa College in San Diego, California. Arthur Anderson will continue his football career with Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska. We are so proud of these outstanding Wagner football players! Keep up the good work on and off the field!