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Timpson Bear Update


 

 

Timpson Lady Bear Softball News – TLB Softball Bi-District Champs!! Congrats on a 3-2 victory over  Neches.  Next round is for Area vs. Colmesneil.  Time and place to be determined.

 
 

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This Week at SFA


 

 

Friday, April 27
Baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University
6 p.m.
Hammond, Louisiana
 
SFA Planetarium
"Ocean of Space"
7 p.m.
Math Building planetarium
 
Softball vs. McNeese State University
6 p.m.
Nacogdoches
 
 
Saturday, April 28
Baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University 
2 p.m.
Hammond, Louisiana
 
Softball vs. McNeese State University
Noon and 2 p.m.
Nacogdoches
 
 
Sunday, April 29
Baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University
1 p.m.
Hammond, Louisiana
 
 

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Shelbyville ISD Menu's


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Excelsior Perfect Attendance & Honor Roll


 

 

 

Excelsior Perfect Attendance 5th Six Weeks
 
Olivia Anthony, Michaela Whiteside, Deacon Anthony, Talon Barbee, Wyatt Foster, Kynlee Griggs,   Krista Hall, Jacob Moss, Maddox Gima, Aiden Kelley, Wyatt Lewis, Mattie Barbee, Hennessy Anderson, Caidence Kelley, Marissa Miles, Melanie Miles, Brooklynn Scates, Mikayla Anderson, Kaleb Bentley, Lillian Ethridge, Isabella Gima, Devin Warren, Jackson Welch, Jakeb Williams, Cody Adkinson, Moses Crawford, Gracie Gillis, Dylan Hall, Emily Leach, Toni Lovell, Jaquelyn Miles, Kaycee Vaughn,  Blake Warren, Katelyn Bentley, Stephen Bentley, Anthone Davis-Katan, Zane Griffith, Victoria King,   Brian McDonald, Karlea Menefee, Larkin Sears, Abbigail Smith, Dallas Whiteside, Kolton Adkinson, Nevarh Cosby, Evea Glasson, Joanie McDonald, Ethan Miles, Rylan Chandler, Jada Jacobs, Blake Pharris, Dean, Walker, Dane Walker, Jesse Adkison, Dakota Bailey, Dawson Chandler, Bailey Davis, Tristan McClelland, Dylan Miles, David Pharris
 
 
Excelsior’s “A” Honor Roll
 
CJ Clark, Mattie Barbee, Hennessy Anderson, Lance Brown, Lexi Clark, Jaxen Mahan, Brooklynn Scates, Mikayla Anderson, Isabella Gima, Devin Warren, Emily Leach, Kingston Menzies, Jaquelyn Miles,    Kaycee Vaughn, Victoria King, Nevaeh Cosby, Leah Fountain, Evea Glasson, Ethan Miles, Rylan Chandler, Jesse Adkison, Dawson Chandler, Bailey Davis, Kambree Dilard, Kylan Miles, Erik Ramirez, Christina Stotts
 
 
Excelsior’s “A/B” Honor Roll
 
Brandon Escobedo, Maddox Gima, Aiden Kelley, Wyatt Lewis, Kelan McSwain, Dalton Shields, Brilyn Williams, Kaleb Bentley, Jocelyn Stewart, Jackson Welch, Jakeb Williams, Cody Adkinson, Emily Alvy, Moses Crawford, Gracie Gillis, Toni Lovell, Celeste Rivera Diaz, Bryson Stewart, Blake Warren, Anthone Davis-Katan, Zane Griffith, Brian McDonald, Larkin Sears, Dallas Whiteside, Jaxon Williams, Kolton Adkinson, Joanie McDonald, Jordan Menzies, Abraham Diaz Gonzalez, Jamie Stotts, Dane Walker, Dakota Bailey, Marissa Crawford, Tristan McClelland
 
 
 

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My Sister, Myself Fundraiser


 

 

Members of My Sister, Myself will be on the Center City square this Friday, April 27th from 4-6 for donations for upcoming trip. 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

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Joaquin Track Update


 

 

Joaquin's Boys and Girls track team competed in the Area Meet in San Augustine on Thursday, April 19th.  Several advanced to the Regional Meet, which will be held in Palestine on April 27-28.
 
Joaquin Boy's Sprint Relay was the AREA Champion. The team consist of Connor Bragg, Keith Johnson, Hunter Gates, and Gunner Neilson. 
 
 
 
 
The Girl's 4x400m relay advanced to the Regional Meet. The team consist of Riley Sherrod, Day'za Lane, Ana Rodriguez,Chrislyn Pena, Ebbie McCann, and Secoya Barnes.
(Chrislyn Pena is not pictured)
 
 
 
 
Individual Qualifiers
 
 
 
 
 
Keith Johnson was the AREA Champion in the 110 Hurdles, and he also advanced in the 300m Hurdles and the Triple Jump.
 
Day'za Lane advanced in the Long Jump, 400m, and 200m.
 
Hunter Gates  was the AREA Champion in the 200m and he also advanced in the 100m.
 
Connor Bragg  was the AREA Champion in the Long Jump and the 100m. He also advanced in the High Jump and 400m.
 
-Submitted by Mindy Bragg, JHS Track Coach
 
 
 
 
 

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Tenaha Tiger News


 

 

 
April 26, 2018-TSI
 
April 27, 2018-HS Track Regional’s  in Palestine
 
April 30, 2018-HS Robotics in Kilgore
 
May 1, 2018-Elementary Robotics in Kilgore
 
May 2, 2018-Organization Group Pictures  in Café
 
May 3, 2018-Robotics Field Trip to NASA
 
May 4, 2018-Ag Bar-be-que Competition in Burnett; Kindergarten Field Trip to Center; PK Field Trip to Lufkin Zoo
 
May 5, 2018- Senior 2018 celebration Party at Tenaha Youth Center  6:30 pm
 
May 7, 2018-STARR Test Week
 
May 8, 2018-STARR Algebra I
 
May 9, 2018-STARR Biology
 
May 10, 2018-Beta Induction; HS Track State in Austin; HS Track State in Austin; STARR US History; Beta Induction
 
May 14, 2018- STARR G 5 & 8 Math Retake; G 3 & 4; 6 &7 Math
 
May 15, 2108- STARR G 5 & 8  Reading Retake;  G 3 & 4; 6 & 7 Reading/English
 
May 16, 2018-STARR G 5 & 8 Science/Alg II; Senior Trip to Destin FL
 
May 17, 2018-STARR G8 Social Studies
 
May 18, 2018-STARR Make-Up; Athletic Physicals in SEC at 12 Noon
 
May 21, 2018-High School Awards 6:00 pm
 
May 22, 2018-Tiger Fest in SEC 6:00 pm “Tigers on Safari”; Tiger Café’ Open
 
May 23, 2018-Band-Sound Post (6th & 7th Grades) in Canton
 
May 24, 2018- Student Holiday/Staff Preparation; Graduation Practice 10 am; Graduation/Scholarships at 7:00 pm  in SEC
 
May 28, 2018-Memorial Day Holiday; Band State Solo & Ensemble
 
May 30, 2018-DOT Physicals in Tiger Den 8:00 am
 
 
 
          
 
Tenaha ISD is proud to boast the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Secondary Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Teresa Wiist.
 
We know Mrs. Wiist is always an award winner to us! Congrats on a well deserved award!!!!
 
Congrats also to Mrs. Stacie Barr who was our nominee for Elementary Teacher of the Year
 
 
 
Tenaha Tiger Baseball:
 
The Tenaha Baseball team has baseball hats for $15.
 
All of the proceeds will be used to buy the team new “jerseys” for the second half of district.
 
Sizing chart and quantities remaining are as follows:
7 - Small
23- Medium/Large
13 - X-Large
 
All sizes are stretch fit! If you have any further questions let me know.
 
Spread the word! Coach Ball   balldaniel@tenahaisd.com; jenkinsgreg@tenahaisd.com 
 
 
 
 

 

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This Week at SFA


 

 

Friday, April 27
Baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University
6 p.m.
Hammond, Louisiana
 
SFA Planetarium
"Ocean of Space"
7 p.m.
Math Building planetarium
 
Softball vs. McNeese State University
6 p.m.
Nacogdoches
 
 
Saturday, April 28
Baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University 
2 p.m.
Hammond, Louisiana
 
Softball vs. McNeese State University
Noon and 2 p.m.
Nacogdoches
 
 
Sunday, April 29
Baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University
1 p.m.
Hammond, Louisiana
 
 
 
 

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Stroud named distinguished alumnus


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sid Stroud was named 2018 Distinguished Alumnus of Stephen F. Austin State University's Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture during the college's annual scholarship banquet held this month.
 
Stroud graduated with a Bachelor of Science in forestry from SFA in 1978, and has served in a wide array of research, environmental and regulatory positions in his nearly 44 years with Luminant, a subsidiary of Vistra Energy and the largest coal mining operation in Texas.
 
Currently, Stroud serves as Luminant's director of environmental mining. As director, Stroud is responsible for land, air, water and waste permitting, as well as compliance, reporting, regulatory development and risk management in support of the company's surface coal mining activities that produce over 20 million tons of coal annually.
 
Stroud works closely with agencies such as the Railroad Commission of Texas, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, the Federal Office of Surface Mining, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to ensure environmental safety and land reclamation. He is also a member of several industry-related associations such as the Texas Forestry Association, Society of American Foresters and the National Mining Association and has served on various industry and regulatory technical committees regarding mine reclamation, reforestation and coal combustion products. Stroud has been active in the Texas Mining and Reclamation Association since the 1980s, holding multiple leadership roles in the organization. He is a member of advisory councils for SFA's Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture and the University of Texas at Arlington's Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences.
 
For the last ten years, Stroud has chaired Luminant's unique Environmental Research Program, which, since 1971, has provided over $5 million in research funding for the completion of 110 graduate student theses and dissertations from various Texas universities, including 25 studies from SFA students. In 2017, SFA's Board of Regents recognized Luminant for the company's contributions to environmental education and the advancement of research, scholarship, and student and faculty member development at SFA for nearly 50 years.
 
Sid and his wife Jill have three children and live in Allen, Texas.
 
 

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Wildlife research project encourages citizen contributions via iNaturalist app


 

 

An ongoing project through Stephen F. Austin State University's Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture provides Texans with the opportunity to contribute valuable scientific data by simply documenting a common, albeit less than appealing, presence along our highways - roadkill.
 
"This is an ongoing citizen scientist project," said Dr. Christopher Schalk, assistant professor of forest wildlife management at SFA. "We want to enhance our understanding of the impacts of roads on the animals of Texas and understand the patterns and vulnerabilities among different groups of animals."
 
Schalk said landscape features surrounding a road help predict where key crossing areas will be for certain species. For example, a road with ponds on either side may result in increased mortality rates for amphibians such as frogs.
 
Wildlife research project encourages citizen contributions via iNaturalist app
 
Once these mortalities are documented, steps can then be taken to mitigate the number of wildlife species killed at these crossings.
 
One of the most common examples of this is the placement of signs along certain roadways warning drivers of wildlife. Additionally, man-made wildlife corridors have been constructed around the world in an attempt to reduce the number of wildlife fatalities. These crossings can be as simple as small culverts or as elaborate as elevated bridges covered in vegetation spanning multi-lane highways.
 
Using the free iNaturalist app available for download, participants simply upload photos of their sightings and link their observations to Schalk's project by searching "Roadkills of Texas" under the site's project search bar.
 
"If your locations service is activated on your cell phone, every time you take a picture, data such as longitude and latitude, as well as the time and date are recorded," Schalk said. "When you upload it to the website, iNaturalist extracts the data and basically puts it into a big spreadsheet."
 
If a participant is unsure of the species they are documenting, the thousands of users and curators of the app, many of whom are academics or naturalists, can provide feedback.
 
"It's what's known as research grade observation," Schalk said. "There are really good curators that are constantly verifying what species has been documented."
 
Currently, Schalk's project has more than 2,700 observations of 182 species from across the state. The most common observation is that of the slender glass lizard, a thin, legless lizard native to Texas and much of the southeastern U.S.
 
In addition to contributing to Schalk's project, participants can also link their observations to the many other relevant groups collecting data across the state.
 
For more information regarding this project, contact Dr. Christopher Schalk at 936-468-1332 or schalkc@sfasu.edu.
 
 

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Tenaha Menu


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Tenaha Tiger News


 

 

 
April 25, 2018-7th Grade Band Contest in Lufkin 9:00 am; Kindergarten Cap/Gown Pics/Graduation Pics/Individual and Group; 3rd Gr Field Trip to Gator and Friends; ASVAB MS Computer Lab; 10th Gr Women in Energy at Panola
 
April 26, 2018-TSI
 
April 27, 2018-HS Track Regional’s  in Palestine
 
April 30, 2018-HS Robotics in Kilgore
 
May 1, 2018-Elementary Robotics in Kilgore
 
May 2, 2018-Organization Group Pictures  in Café
 
May 3, 2018-Robotics Field Trip to NASA
 
May 4, 2018-Ag Bar-be-que Competition in Burnett; Kindergarten Field Trip to Center; PK Field Trip to Lufkin Zoo
 
May 5, 2018- Senior 2018 celebration Party at Tenaha Youth Center  6:30 pm
 
May 7, 2018-STARR Test Week
 
May 8, 2018-STARR Algebra I
 
May 9, 2018-STARR Biology
 
May 10, 2018-Beta Induction; HS Track State in Austin; HS Track State in Austin; STARR US History; Beta Induction
 
May 14, 2018- STARR G 5 & 8 Math Retake; G 3 & 4; 6 &7 Math
 
May 15, 2108- STARR G 5 & 8  Reading Retake;  G 3 & 4; 6 & 7 Reading/English
 
May 16, 2018-STARR G 5 & 8 Science/Alg II; Senior Trip to Destin FL
 
May 17, 2018-STARR G8 Social Studies
 
May 18, 2018-STARR Make-Up; Athletic Physicals in SEC at 12 Noon
 
May 21, 2018-High School Awards 6:00 pm
 
May 22, 2018-Tiger Fest in SEC 6:00 pm “Tigers on Safari”; Tiger Café’ Open
 
May 23, 2018-Band-Sound Post (6th & 7th Grades) in Canton
 
May 24, 2018- Student Holiday/Staff Preparation; Graduation Practice 10 am; Graduation/Scholarships at 7:00 pm  in SEC
 
May 28, 2018-Memorial Day Holiday; Band State Solo & Ensemble
 
May 30, 2018-DOT Physicals in Tiger Den 8:00 am
 
 
 
 
 
 
             
 
 
 
Band News
 
One word: WOW! Division 1 on stage, and division 1 in Sight-Reading! Second year in a row!
 
They join the high school in bringing home a Concert Sweepstakes!
 
This little 18 piece Tenaha 7th Grade band played with so much heart today, and certainly EARNED their superior ratings! We directors are so proud!
 
 
 
Tenaha Tiger Baseball:
 
April 20, 2018: Tigers vs Bears  5 to 16
 
April 24, 2108: Tigers vs Rams  11 to 7
 
 
 
The Tenaha Baseball team will be selling baseball hats for $15. All of the proceeds will be used to buy the team new “jerseys” for the second half of district.
 
Sizing chart and quantities remaining are as follows:
7 - Small
23- Medium/Large
13 - X-Large
 
All sizes are stretch fit! If you have any further questions let me know.
 
Spread the word! Coach Ball   balldaniel@tenahaisd.com; jenkinsgreg@tenahaisd.com 
 
 
 

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JHS Baseball Playoff Game Info


 

 
Joaquin Rams vs. West Sabine, Friday, May 4th at 7:00 pm at Nacogdoches HS - One game.  Admission $4.00 for adults $2.00 for students. 
 
Submitted by Wade Lawson, JISD Boys Athletic Director
 
 
 
 

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JHS Softball Playoff Information


 

 

Joaquin Lady Rams vs. Latexo Playoff Series
 
All Games will be played at Jacksonville High School
 
Game 1 - 5:00 pm, Friday 4/27
Game 2 - 11:00 am, Saturday 4/28
Game 3 will follow game 2 if necessary
 
 
 

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Joaquin ISD Menu


 

 

Joaquin ISD Menu Click Here:

 

 

 

 

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Shelbyville I.S.D. Accepting Student Transfers


 

 

Parents of students living outside the Shelbyville Independent School District who wish their children to attend Shelbyville Schools during the 2018-19 school year must request transfer no later than May 29, 2018.  This applies to both old and new transfer students. New transfers who are approved will be required to pay tuition to attend. 
 
To request paperwork, please call the Superintendent’s Office at 936-598-2641.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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THIS WEEK'S CALENDAR AT SFA


 

 

Friday, April 27
Baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University
6 p.m.
Hammond, Louisiana
 
SFA Planetarium
"Ocean of Space"
7 p.m.
Math Building planetarium
 
Softball vs. McNeese State University
6 p.m.
Nacogdoches
 
 
Saturday, April 28
Baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University 
2 p.m.
Hammond, Louisiana
 
Softball vs. McNeese State University
Noon and 2 p.m.
Nacogdoches
 
 
Sunday, April 29
Baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University
1 p.m.
Hammond, Louisiana
 
 
 
 

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Red Dirt Story Telling


 

 

The Stephen F. Austin State University School of Art and the SFA Galleries will present “Red Dirt Memories: Storytelling with Jerry Permenter” Saturday and Sunday, May 5 and 6, at The Cole Art Center @ The Old Opera House in downtown Nacogdoches.
 
 
 
Sessions are at 2:30 p.m. Saturday and 1:30 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free, but seating in Cole Art Center is limited.
 
 
 
The Cole Art Center is located at 329 E. Main St. For more information, call (936) 468-1131.
 
 

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Timpson Bear Update


 
 
Timpson High School Band Earns Sweepstakes - On Wednesday, April 18 the Timpson High School Band performed at the UIL Region 21 Concert and Sightreading Contest held at Bullard High School. The band earned a first division rating from all six judges at the contest! Combined with the first division the band received at marching contest in October, the Timpson Band earned the UIL Sweepstakes Award!
 
 
 
Some of the concert judges’ comments were as follows:
 
 
 
· Outstanding technical performance- bravo!
 
· Low voices… yes!
 
· Very nice, well-balanced sounds that are difficult to produce, playing as aggressive as you play.
 
· Mature, impressive tone qualities.
 
· Meticulous attention to style!
 
· Great clarinet tone quality!
 
· So well-planned, controlled, and performed. Wow!
 
· So nice to hear the evidence of great teaching and learning!
 
 
 
Sightreading comments:
 
· Excellent ensemble sound throughout the band!!
 
· Great use of dynamics. Excellent phrasing and shaping!
 
· Wow! So many strong confident sounds!
 
· Great balance and pitch center throughout!
 
· This was a very musical performance. I like your confidence!
 
· Hard work at home results in great performances in public and this was a great one!
 
The Timpson Band is directed by Rhonda Daniel and John Dupnik. Both directors are very proud of the students’ hard work during this school year, and look forward to keeping the Bear Band traditions alive in the future. Thanks to all of the parents, band boosters, and the faculty and staff of Timpson ISD for supporting this band program!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bear Band Seniors L to R
 
Connor Timmons, Blake Johnson, Kamareious Johnson, Britney Vargas, Kristyn Rader, and Tina Sepulvado
 
 
 
 
 
FFA News - On April 25th, Ashlynn Lindgren delivered her Soil and Water Conservation speech entitled "Water Sheds - Our Water and Our Home" to the Shelby County Soil and Water Conservation District board of directors. Ashlynn will be competing at the Area IX FFA Public Speaking Contest on May 14th. The contest is a partnership between the Texas FFA, the Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas, the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, and the Association of Texas Soil and Water Conservation Districts.
 
 
 
Bears Golf
 
We will have information on regional and state golf in upcoming updates.
 
 
 

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Look & See


 

 

The Stephen F. Austin State University School of Art and the Friends of the Visual Arts, in partnership with Austin Heights Baptist Church, will present a free, one-night screening of the documentary “Look & See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry” at 7 p.m. Friday, May 4, in The Cole Art Center @ The Old Opera House in downtown Nacogdoches.
 
 
“Look & See” revolves around the divergent stories of several residents of Henry County, Kentucky, who each face difficult choices that will dramatically reshape their relationship with the land and their community. The film explores the agrarian philosophy of American novelist, poet, environmental activist, cultural critic and farmer Wendell Berry.
 
The Cole Art Center is located at 329 E. Main St. For more information, call (936) 468-1131.
 
 
 
 

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Panola College, UT Tyler sign articulation agreement


 

 

Panola College signed an articulation agreement with the University of Texas at Tyler on Thursday, April 19, in the Health and Natural Sciences Building on the campus of Panola College.
 
 
 
UT Tyler’s president, Dr. Michael Tidwell, and Panola College’s president, Dr. Gregory Powell, signed the agreement that offers students at Panola College and UT Tyler access to enhanced educational experiences for students attending both institutions. This agreement will assist in providing a clear pathway for students with technical or applied degrees to progress towards a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences. The agreement will work to maximize the coursework students have completed for the associate degree that may be applied towards the baccalaureate degree.
 
 
 
“We are pleased to begin this partnership with Panola College,” said Dr. Tidwell. “We feel that Panola College’s commitment to their students is inline with our new strategic plan and that this partnership will be beneficial to both Panola College and UT Tyler students.”
 
 
 
Panola College’s partnership with the University of Texas at Tyler marks Panola’s fourth articulation agreement with institutions in the region. Part of the prominent University of Texas system, the University of Texas at Tyler is one of 14 institutions located throughout the State. UT Tyler offers students more than 80 bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs on their 259-acre Tyler campus, or on one of their regional campuses in Palestine, Longview, and Houston.
 
 
 
“Panola College is delighted to enter into this agreement with UT Tyler,” said Dr. Powell. “Establishing this clear pathway with UT Tyler is part of Panola College’s commitment to provide our students with continued access to higher education beyond an associate degree.”
 
 
 
Located in Carthage, Texas, Panola College is an award-winning community college. Panola College first opened its doors to students seventy years ago with just two temporary buildings. Now, the institution stands with 19 permanent buildings and serves around 2,700 students in the counties of Marion, Panola, Shelby, and Harrison.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Dr. Greg Powell, president of Panola College, and Dr. Michael Tidwell, president of UT Tyler, sign the articulation agreement.
 
 
 
Dr. Powell and Dr. Tidwell pose with the Panola College mascot after the signing.
 
 
 

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Timpson Bear Update


 

 

 
Softball Reminder – (Thursday) Lady Bears vs. Neches @ Cushing – 6:00 p.m. – Bi-District Play!!
 
Drama Club News - The Timpson Drama Club will be hosting a dinner theater April 30th. A spaghetti dinner will be served from 6 to 7 pm in the Elementary Cafeteria with the Drama Club presenting the one act play "The Great Pandemonium" at 8 pm in the high school auditorium.  Tickets are on sale now at a discount. Adult tickets are $8.00 & children under 12 are $5.00. Tickets at the door will be $10.00 for everyone with the exception of senior citizens. Senior citizens (60 & older) can purchase their tickets at the door for $8.00 the night of the dinner. Seating is limited so get your ticket early.  Purchase your ticket from a drama club member or contact Cindy Sessions at the high school for information.
 
 

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Shelbyville Baseball Playoff T-Shirts


 

 

The Shelbyville Dragon Baseball T-Shirt order forms are due this Friday.

 

 

 

Click Here for the form:

 

 

 

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Broadcast team to carry softball playoff series


 

 

Stephen Shires and Chris Watlington of the Roughrider Broadcast Team are pleased to announce that they will carry play by play of the Lady Rider Softball Playoff Series this Thursday and Friday, April 26 and 27.  The game will appear as a video feed with audio on the team's Facebook page: Roughrider Radio Broadcast Team.  Thursday and Friday certain pre-game interviews will be recorded live early in the day and will be viewable from recording up until game time.  The actual pre-game show will begin at 5:50 pm both nights with first pitch scheduled for 6:00.
 
If a third game is needed, it will begin as quickly as possible after the second game on Friday night, some time around 8:00 pm.  
 
 

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This Week at SFA


 

 

Tuesday, April 24
Baseball at Texas Christian University
6:30 p.m.
Fort Worth
 
Men's golf at three-day Southland Conference Championship
McKinney
 
 
Friday, April 27
Baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University
6 p.m.
Hammond, Louisiana
 
SFA Planetarium
"Ocean of Space"
7 p.m.
Math Building planetarium
 
Softball vs. McNeese State University
6 p.m.
Nacogdoches
 
 
Saturday, April 28
Baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University 
2 p.m.
Hammond, Louisiana
 
Softball vs. McNeese State University
Noon and 2 p.m.
Nacogdoches
 
 
Sunday, April 29
Baseball at Southeastern Louisiana University
1 p.m.
Hammond, Louisiana
 
 

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Joaquin Tennis Update


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joaquin tennis player Katelyn Jackson placed 2nd in girls singles at the Region III 2AA tennis tournament in Corsicana held April 17th and 18th.  Katelyn advances to the state tennis tournament to be held May 17th and 18th at the Mitchell Tennis Center and Omar Smith Instructional Tennis Courts at Texas A&M University.
 
 
 

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Timpson Bear Update


 

 

Track Information - Attached are the Area Track Meet results from this past weeks meet.  The Regional Track meet will be held this week in Palestine on Friday and Saturday (April 27th-28th). Come out this week and support our kids as they try to advance to State. Thanks!
 
 
 
*If an athlete placed in the top 4 at Area they will be advancing to the Regional meet. Top 2 advance from the Regional meet to the State meet.
 
 
 
Lady Bear Softball News - The TLB Softball Bi-District game will be against Neches, Thursday April 26th in Cushing. The game will begin at 6 pm and Timpson will be the HOME team. Gate will be $3 for adults and $2 for students.
 
 

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Center Ladyrider Softball


 

 

BI-DISTRICT SOFTBALL PLAYOFF SERIES 
VS BULLARD LADY PANTHERS
 
1st game: Thursday, 4/26 @ 6:00 p.m.
Rider Baseball/Softball Complex
 
2nd game: Friday, 4/27 @ 6:00 pm.
w/3rd game to follow @ 8:00 p.m. (if necessary)
218 School House Rd., Bullard, TX 75757
 
 

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Shelbyville ISD Special Olympics


 

 

Shelbyville ISD is hosting a Special Olympic Track And Field Meet on April 25, 2018 at our high school football stadium.
 
This is our third annual track meet and it has grown each year.  We have 11 school districts from East Texas participating, with over 100 Special Olympians competing.
 
SCHEDULE:
 
CHECK IN: between 9:00 – 9:30 AM
 
OPENING CEREMONIES 9:45 AM
 
EVENTS BEGIN: 10:00 AM
 
CLOSING CEREMONIES: 2:00
 
 
 
 

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Riders of the Week


 

 

 

 

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Joaquin ISD Student Places !st at Region III-AA Academic Meet


 

 

 

 

Joaquin High School sophomore, Abi Hooper, participated in the Region III-AA Academic Meet held at Panola College last week. Abi won 1st Place in the  Ready Writing and will advance to compete in the 2018 Academic UIL State Meet  on the University of Texas at Austin campus on May 4.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tenaha Tiger News


 

 

April 20, 2018-Baseball vs Timpson 6:00 pm There; End 5th Grading Period; Book Fair Preview for Parents 2-4 pm;
 
                          Mandatory Senior CPR(Required to Graduate) 3rd period
 
April 21, 2018-Cheer TryOuts 10:00 am
 
April 23, 2018-Kindergarten Roundup begins; Beginning 6th Grading Period; Book Fair Begins
 
April 24, 2018-Baseball vs Joaquin 4:00 pm Home
 
April 25, 2018-7th Grade Band Contest in Lufkin 9:00 am; Kindergarten Cap/Gown Pics/Graduation Pics/Individual and Group; 3rd Gr Field Trip to
 
                             Gator and Friends; ASVAB MS Computer Lab
 
April 26, 2018-TSI
 
April 27, 2018-HS Track Regional’s  in Palestine
 
April 30, 2018-HS Robotics in Kilgore
 
May 4, 2018-Ag Bar-b-que Competition in Burnett
 
May 5, 2018- Senior 2018 celebration Party at Tenaha Youth Center  6:30 pm
 
May 7, 2018-STARR Alg I/Bio/US History
 
May 8, 2018-STARR Bio
 
May 9, 2018-STARR US History/Alg I
 
May 10, 2018-Beta Induction; HS Track State in Austin; HS Track State in Austin
 
May 14, 2018- STARR G 5 & 8 Math Retake; G 3 & 4; 6 &7 Math
 
May 15, 2108- STARR G 5 & 8  Reading Retake;  G 3 & 4; 6 & 7 Reading/English
 
May 16, 2018-STARR G 5 & 8 Science/Alg II; Senior Trip to Destin FL
 
May 17, 2018-STARR G8 Social Studies
 
May 18, 2018-STARR Make-Up
 
May 21, 2018-High School Awards 6:00 pm
 
May 22, 2018-Tiger Fest in SEC 6:00 pm “Tigers on Safari”; Tiger Café’ Open
 
May 23, 2018-Band-Sound Post (6th & 7th Grades) in Canton
 
May 24, 2018- Early Release; Graduation Practice 10 am; Graduation/Scholarships  in SEC
 
May 24, 2018-Student Holiday/Staff Preparation
 
May 28, 2018-Memorial Day Holiday; Band State Solo & Ensemble
 
 
Area Track Meet Results
 
Regional Qualifiers 
Kale Page 100
Oscar Flores 3200
Calisha Roland Discus
Arlisha Roland Discus
 
Jaden Washington 5th 400
Jonisha Thompson 8th 400
Alexis Shires 5th Discus
Irvin Barona 5th 800
Kamari Grey 6th 100 Hurdles 
Eduardo Flores 8th 3200
 
Congratulations on a great Season!!
 
 
 
Tenaha Tiger Baseball Fans and Parents:
 
The Tenaha Baseball team will be selling baseball hats for $15. All of the proceeds will be used to buy the team new “jerseys” for the second half of district.
 
Sizing chart and quantities remaining are as follows:
7 - Small
23- Medium/Large
13 - X-Large
 
All sizes are stretch fit! If you have any further questions let me know.
 
Spread the word! Coach Ball   balldaniel@tenahaisd.com

 

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Panola College Foundation Honors Leaving Members


 

 

On April 11, 2018, the Panola College Foundation held their final board meeting for the academic year where Dr. Greg Powell, President of Panola College, presented board members who had completed their term with a token of the Foundation’s appreciation. Board members serving their final term included Brenda Giles, Phillip Grimes, and Jodie Reed.
 
“Panola College and the Panola College Foundation greatly value the generosity and time commitment these board members have contributed over the past several years,” said Dr. Greg Powell, Panola College president.
 
 
 
 
Dr. Gregory Powell, Brenda Giles, Phillip Grimes, and Jodie Reed
 
 
 
 

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Timpson Bear Update


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wind Symphony


 

 

The Wind Symphony at Stephen F. Austin State University will perform the music of J. Clifton Williams, Anthony Barfield and Steven Reineke in the ensemble’s final performance of the semester at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 30, in W.M. Turner Auditorium on the SFA campus.
 
 
Dr. Deb Scott, professor of trombone in the SFA School of Music, will perform Barfield’s composition for trombone and band, “Red Sky.”
 
 
 
Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and $3 for students and youth. For tickets or more information, call the SFA Fine Arts Box Office at (936) 468-6407 or visit www.finearts.sfasu.edu.
 
 

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Tenaha ISD Students of the Month


 

 

Each month teachers nominate students that exhibit outstanding qualities in and out of the classroom.  Students that are featured each month display leadership skills, inspires others to excel and are committed to promoting a positive attitude towards achieving their goals.  
 
 
 
 
Jose’ Ramirez- Pre-Kindergarten
Jose’ is the son of Adriana Monroy and Juan Ramirez.  He enjoys playtime.  He has a great smile and likes to hug.  He loves to play in the building center.  He also loves motorcycles.
 
 
 
 
Mae Blackshire-Kindergarten
Mae is the daughter of Stephanie Glenn and Carlos Blackshire.  Her favorite subject is reading.  Mae is always kind to others.   She does the right thing and always tries her best.  Her favorite things to do are play ball and eat ice cream!
 
 
 
Danny Flores-2nd Grade
Danny is the son of Jesus and Maria Flores.  His favorite subject is reading.  Danny is such a hard worker.   He always tries his best and helps others.  His favorite things to do are play Mario and playing outside.  
 
 
Tatyana Adams-5th Grade
Tatyana is the daughter of Laverne Tutt.  Her favorite subject is writing.  She is quiet and very focused on her school work.  Tatyana always givers her best in everything she does.  She loves to be outside playing basketball and hanging out with her friends.  
 
 
 
Evan Plata-7th Grade
Evan is the son of Anna and David Plata.  His favorite subject is Math.  He is an excellent student and enjoys being a member of the band and Cross Country team.  His favorite past time is running and spending time with his family and friends.  Evan plans on attending college upon graduating high school. 
 
 
 
Cynthia Hernandez-8th Grade
Cynthia is the daughter of Catalina and Juan Hernandez.  Her favorite subject is Reading.  Cynthia is an active member of the Beta Club, Cross Country and Band.  Her plans after graduating High School are to attend c college and earn a degree in Occupational Therapy.  
 
 
 
Arturo Rico-9th Grade
Arturo is the son of Delfina and Arturo Rico.  His favorite subject is Algebra I.  Arturo is a member of the Cross Country team and the Soccer team.  After graduating high school Arturo plans on attending college.
 
 
 
Christasha Suell-11th Grade
Christasha is the daughter of Taneisa Walker.  Christasha’s favorite subject is math.  She is an active member of the Beta Club.  She is a member of the Roarin’ Band from Tiger Land and she plays Lady Tiger basketball.  Her plans after graduating high school are to attend college and earn her master’s degree in Social Work.    
 
 

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Center ISD Bond Proposals Information


 

 

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Center ISD School Board Meeting


 

 

The Center School Board held a meeting on April 12th, 2018.  

 

 

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Extravanganza


 

 

The SFA Friends of Music and School of Music will honor Dr. Wesley J. Broadnax at Extravaganza 31, Stephen F. Austin State University School of Music’s annual gala banquet. The event is planned for 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 27, in the Grand Ballroom of SFA’s Baker Pattillo Student Center.
 
Broadnax who is assistant professor and director of bands at Drexel University, will be recognized as the 2018 Outstanding Music Alumnus.
 
Tickets are $40 for adults and $10 for SFA students. Patron level tickets range in prices from $65 to $140, and donations will be accepted for the Friends of Music scholarship fund. For tickets or more information, call the SFA Fine Arts Box Office at (936) 468-6407 or visit www.finearts.sfasu.edu.

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Contemporary Ensemble


 

 

The Contemporary Ensemble at Stephen F. Austin State University will present a program of modern jazz when the group performs at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 26, in Cole Concert Hall on the SFA campus.
 
Among the works to be presented are Jaco Pastorius’ “Portrait of Tracy,” “Are you going with me?” by Pat Metheny, Chris Potter’s “High Noon” and music by Brecker and Mike Stern.
 
Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and $3 for students and youth. For tickets or more information, call the SFA Fine Arts Box Office at (936) 468-6407 or visit www.finearts.sfasu.edu
 
 

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The Orchestra of the Pines at Stephen F. Austin


 

 

The Orchestra of the Pines at Stephen F. Austin State University will perform a program featuring great string repertoire at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 24, in Cole Concert Hall on the SFA campus.
 
Directed by Dr. Gene H. Moon, the orchestra will perform a love song titled “Langsamer Satz” by Anton Webern and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s “Serenade for Strings.”
 
Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and $3 for students and youth. For tickets or more information, call the SFA Fine Arts Box Office at (936) 468-6407 or visit www.finearts.sfasu.edu.
 
 

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Concert in the Park SFA


 

 

The bands at Stephen F. Austin State University will present the annual Concert in the Park Sunday, April 29, in the wooded area along Vista Drive and in front of the Wright Music Building on the SFA campus. The concert begins at 2 p.m. and is free to the public.
 
All four SFA concert bands – University Band, Symphonic Band, Wind Symphony and Wind Ensemble – will perform in this annual spring tradition of the School of Music.
 
For more information, call the SFA Fine Arts Box Office at (936) 468-6407 or (888) 240-ARTS or visit www.finearts.sfasu.edu.
 
 

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Timpson Bear Update


 

 

Upcoming Events –
 
Wed. April 18th - Band UIL Concert/Sightreading Contest – Bullard HS – 4:45 pm
--------------------------- Tennis – Regionals  @ Corsicana
 
Thurs. April 19th – Area Track Meet @  San Augustine – Field Events 10:00 am – Running Events 1:00 pm
 
Fri. April 20th – Bears Baseball vs. Tenaha – Here @ 6:00 pm
 
Mon.&Tues. April 23rd & 24th – Golf – Regionals - @ Corsicana
 
2018-2019 THS Twirlers –
Cassidy Clifton
Ja’Karia Deckard (Head Majorette)
Chelsey Franks
Erica Renick
Jamie Stephens
Kayleigh Wolf
 
 
 

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CHS Baseball: District Champions Playoff T-shirt


 

 

 

 

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2018 All Star Boys Basketball


 

 

 

 

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Tiger News


 

 

April 16, 2018- Cheerleader Practice 4-6 pm
 
April 17, 2018-FFA Horse Judging at Sam Houston; Baseball vs Shelbyville 4:00 pm Home; Basketball Signing in Tiger Den 9 am
 
April 18, 2018-HS UIL Concert & Sight Reading in Bullard 4:20 pm; Ag-Welding Field Trip 6:45 am;
 
                          Regional Tennis in Corsicana; 10 grade & Jr (Dual Credit) TSI MS computer lab; Little Dribblers in Leon; Now You’re 18 for Seniors
 
April 19, 2018-Dual Credit in Center; Area HS Track in San Augustine 10:00 am
 
April 20, 2018-Baseball vs Timpson 6:00 pm There; End 5th Grading Period; Book Fair Preview for Parents 2-4 pm;
 
                          Mandatory Senior CPR(Required to Graduate) 3rd period
 
April 21, 2018-Cheer TryOuts 10:00 am
 
April 23, 2018-Kindergarten Roundup begins; Beginning 6th Grading Period; Book Fair Begins
 
April 24, 2018-Baseball vs Joaquin 4:00 pm Home
 
April 25, 2018-7th Grade Band Contest in Lufkin 9:00 am; Kindergarten Cap/Gown Pics/Graduation Pics/Individual and Group; 3rd Gr Field Trip to
 
                             Gator and Friends; ASVAB MS Computer Lab
 
April 26, 2018-TSI
 
April 27, 2018-HS Track Regional’s  in Palestine
 
April 30, 2018-HS Robotics in Kilgore
 
May 4, 2018-Ag Bar-b-que Competition in Burnett
 
May 5, 2018- Senior 2018 celebration Party at Tenaha Youth Center  6:30 pm
 
May 7, 2018-STARR Alg I/Bio/US History
 
May 8, 2018-STARR Bio
 
May 9, 2018-STARR US History/Alg I
 
May 10, 2018-Beta Induction; HS Track State in Austin
 
Enrollment: 571
 
Band events this week:
Tues. 4/17/18: 7th Grade band practice 3:30-5pm
Tues. 4/17/18: HS Band Practice 5:30-7:00pm
 
Wed. 4/18/18: HS UIL Concert & SR Contest at Bullard High School. Leave Tenaha at 1:30pm. Performance @ 4:20pm. Eat Cici’s in Tyler after. Home by 8pm. Wear black long socks, gym shorts, and band shirt.  Mr. Sours, Director
 
 
 
Tenaha Tiger Baseball Fans and Parents:
 
The Tenaha Baseball team will be selling baseball hats for $15. All of the proceeds will be used to buy the team new “jerseys” for the second half of district.
 
Sizing chart and quantities remaining are as follows:
7 - Small
23- Medium/Large
13 - X-Large
 
All sizes are stretch fit! If you have any further questions let me know.
 
Spread the word! Coach Ball   balldaniel@tenahaisd.com
 
 
 
 
Tiger pins are on sale in the administration office to help with the Clark Partin Scholarship Fund. $5.00
 
 
 

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Pennies for Patients


 

 

The students of Excelsior ISD recently held a "Pennies for Patients" fundraiser to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
 
The Leukemia and Lymphoma society is a non-profit organization dedicated to finding cures for blood cancers.  The "Pennies for Patients" program helps fund research for therapies that save the lives of blood cancer patients. 
 
We are very proud of our students at Excelsior Elementary they raised a total of $1082.10.  Mrs. Alyson Porter's 2nd grade class came in 1st place raising $590.70, Mrs. Angie Gillis' 4th grade class came in 2nd place raising $175.13 and Ms. Becky Adkison's Pre-K & Kindergarten class came in 3rd place raising $145.28
 
 
 
 

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Tenaha School Board Meeting Agenda


 

 

 
Tenaha ISD will have a school board meeting on 4-16-18 at 5:30 p.m.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Shelbyville Dragon JV District Track Results 2018


 

 
JV Boys: 1st place team - 276 Points 
 
 
High Jump: 1st- AJ Cartwright; 2nd-Jarod Perez
Long Jump: 1st-Jay Buckley; 2nd-Jaylon Brinson, 3rd-AJ Cartwright
Pole Vault: 1st- Jaylon Brinson
Discus: 2nd-Grady Clay; 3rd-Hunter Casey
Shot Put:  5th- Dawson Windham
3200 meter run:  1st- Logan Williams; 2nd-Adam Hernandez
4x100 Meter Relay: 1st- AJ Cartwright, Jaylon Brinson, Kel Wilson, Trevor Jackson
800 Meter Run:  2nd-Bryar Wagstaff; 5th-Jimmy Jimenez; 6th - Hagan Crumpton
110 meter Hurdles:  2nd-Caleb Ridgeway; 3rd-Torian Allen; 5th-Adrian Ruiz
100 Meter Dash: 1st-Dawson Windham; 2nd-Kaleb Campbell;  3rd-Jaylon Brinson
4x200 Meter Relay: 1st-AJ Cartwright, Jaylon Brinson, Kel Wilson, Trevor Jackson
400 Meter Dash:  1st - Grady Clay, 2nd- Brody Chandler; 4th-Jarod Perez
300 Meter Hurdles:  1st- Jay Buckley; 2nd-Torian Allen; 3rd-Caleb Ridgeway
200 Meter Dash:  1st-Trevor Jackson, 2nd-Dawson Windham; 3rd-Brody Chandler
1600 Meter Run:  1st-Bryar Wagstaff; 5th- Cade Tindol, 6th- Logan Williams
4x400 Meter Relay:  2nd- Kaleb Campbell, AJ Cartwright, Kel Wilson, Grady Clay
 
 
 

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CISD Girls' Athletics: Informational Parent Meeting


 

 

There will be a District Wide Parent Meeting for ALL female athletes who wish to be a part of the Center ISD Girls' Athletic Program for the 2018-2019 school year.
  
This includes girls entering 7th grade - 12th grade next school year.
 
The meeting will be Tuesday, May 1, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. in the CHS Cafeteria. 
This is an informational meeting for ALL parents who have female students planning to participate in ANY sport next school year.
 
An informational meeting for male students will be scheduled following.
 
 

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Shelbyville Middle School Girls District Track Results


 

 

7th Grade Girls
 
3rd Place Overall
Discus-Jayda Hopkins 4th,  Gracie Slocum 5th , Chloe Musico 6th
Shot Put- Jayda Hopkins 5th, Chloe Musico 6th
Long Jump- Aubry Camp 1st, Yadirah Anaya 6th
Triple Jump- Aubry Camp 1st, Yadirah Anaya 4th, Kara Jones 6th
Pole Vault- Gracie Leach 1st
200 M – Ava Silva 2nd
4x100 Relay 2nd – Kiana Bennett, Kate Lawson, Aubry Camp, Yadira Anaya
100 M Hurdles- Gracie Leach 2nd, Kara Jones 5th
100 M Dash- Abby Shofner 1st
4x200 Relay- 2nd  Kiana Bennett, Makayja Horton, Aubry Camp, Taja Jackson
400 M Dash- Kara Jones 6th
300 M Hurles Gracie Leach 3rd
1200 M Ava Silva 5th
4x400 Relay- 2nd Kiana Bennett, Kate Lawson, Aubry Camp, Yadira Anaya
 
8th Grade Girls
 
Discus- Jaliya Handy 3rd
Long Jump- Kiana Bennett 1st
Triple Jump- Kiana Bennett 3rd
High Jump- Myla Wagstaff 2nd, Lexi Fleming 5th
Pole Vault- Shilo Amburn 1st 
2400 M Giselle Hernandez 2nd, Kate Lawson 3rd, Lieza Klein 5th
4x400 Relay- 2nd Kiana Bennett, Kate Lawson, Aubry Camp, Yadira Anaya
100 M Hurdles- Taja Jackson 5th Makayja Horton 6th
100 M Dash- Taja Jackson 4th
200 M Dash- Alyssa Solis 5th
1200 M – Giselle Hernandez 2nd 
 
 
 

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Shelbyville Middle School District Track Results


 

 

 
 
8th Boys- 3rd overall as a team
 
Individuals:
100 Meter Dash - Cole McDaniel 4th
400 Meter Dash - Cole McDaniel - 6th
1600 Meter Run - Cooper Bice - 6th
2400 Meter Run - Cooper Bice - 6th
110 Meter Hurdles - Andrew Stamps - 3rd; Dyllan Robbins - 4th
300 Meter Hurdles - Andrew Stamps - 4th; Dyllan Robbins - 6th
4x100 Meter Relay- Jakory Standley, Vincent Martinez, Talarrian Lister, Ethan Wood - 3rd
4x200 Meter Relay - Jakory Standley, Vincent Martinez, Talarrian Lister, Ethan Wood - 4th
4x400 Meter Relay - Ethan Wood, Talarrian Lister, Jakory Standley, Cole McDaniel - 6th
Long Jump - Talarrian Lister - 4th
Shot Put - Tre Cartwright - 2nd, Eli Taylor - 4th, Toby Taylor - 6th
Discus - Tre Cartwright - 2nd, Eli Taylor - 3rd, Dyllan Robbins - 5th
High Jump - Jakory Standley - 4th
 Pole Vault - Jakory Standley - 1st
 
7th Boys - 2nd Overall as a team
 
400 Meter Dash - Michael Stringer - 5th
800 Meter Run - Dakota Jones - 6th
1600 Meter Run - Dakota Jones - 3rd, Jimmy Bolger - 5th
2400 Meter Run - Jimmy Bolger - 2nd
4x100 Meter Relay - Tucker Clark, Cade Cooper, Jose Alvarado, Jedadiah Wagstaff - 2nd
4x200 Meter Relay - Tucker Clark, Cade Cooper, Jose Alvarado, Jedadiah Wagstaff - 2nd
4x400 Meter Relay - Tucker Clark, Cade Cooper, Jose Alvarado, Jedadiah Wagstaff - 2nd
Shot Put - Reese Davis - 4th
Discus - Collin Lloyd - 2nd, Reese Davis - 5th, Chadlee Fleming - 6th
Triple Jump - Tucker Clark - 2nd
High Jump - Jedadiah Wagstaff - 2nd, Tucker Clark - 4th
Pole Vault - Jose Alvarado - 1st
 
 

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Tenaha Tiger News


 

 

April 13, 2018-Baseball vs Gary 6:00 pm There-Moved to 4:00 pm today
 
April 14, 2018-Prom 8:00 pm ( Pics at &:30 pm)
 
April 16, 2018- Cheerleader Practice 4-6 pm
 
April 17, 2018-FFA Horse Judging at Sam Houston; Baseball vs Shelbyville 4:00 pm Home; Basketball Signing in Tiger Gym 9 am
 
April 18/19, 2018-HS UIL Concert & Sight Reading in Bullar
 
April 18, 2018-Regional Tennis in Corsicana; 10 grade & Jr (Dual Credit) TSI MS computer lab; Little Dribblers; Now You’re 18 for Seniors
 
April 19, 2018-Dual Credit in Center; Area HS Track in San Augustine; Senior CPR
 
April 20, 2018-Baseball vs Timpson 6:00 pm There; End 5th Grading Period; Book Fair Preview for Parents 2-4 pm
 
April 21, 2018-Cheer TryOuts 10:00 am
 
April 23, 2018-Kindergarten Roundup begins; Beginning 6th Grading Period; Book Fair Begins
 
April 24, 2018-Baseball vs Joaquin 4:00 pm Home; Spring Concert & Awards Banquet @ 6:00 pm
 
April 25, 2018-7th Grade Band Contest in Lufkin; Kindergarten Cap/Gown Pics/Graduation Pics/Individual and Group; 3rd Gr Field Trip to
 
                             Gator and Friends; ASVAB MS Computer Lab
 
April 26, 2018-TSI
 
April 27, 2018-HS Track Regional’s  in Palestine
 
April 30, 2018-HS Robotics in Kilgore
 
May 1, 2018-Beta Induction
 
May 5, 2018- Senior 2018 celebration Party at Tenaha Youth Center  6:30 pm.
 
 
 
 
HS District Track-Finals in Shelbyville:
 
Congratulations to the Tenaha Area Qualifiers! #Compete was on full display tonight.
 
They are:
 
Oscar Flores 3200/1600
Irvin Barona 800
Kale Page 100
Jaden Washington 400
Joniesha Thompson 400
Kamari Grey 100 Hurdles
Arlicha Roland Shot/Discus
Calisha Roland Shot/Discus
Alexis Shires Discus.
 
Congratulations Guys, Coach Cotten
 
 
 
Tenaha Tiger Baseball Fans and Parents:
 
The Tenaha Baseball team will be selling baseball hats for $15. All of the proceeds will be used to buy the team new “jerseys” for the second half of district.
 
Sizing chart and quantities remaining are as follows:
7 - Small
23- Medium/Large
13 - X-Large
 
All sizes are stretch fit! If you have any further questions let me know.
 
Spread the word! Coach Ball   balldaniel@tenahaisd.com
 
 
 

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Tenaha Baseball Update


 

 

Tigers vs Gary (there) scheduled for 6:00 pm has changed to 4:00 pm to try and avoid the bad weather.

 

 

 

 

 
 

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Center Track Results


 

 

CHS GIRLS TRACK
James Irvin
 
While competing at the District track meet the past two days at Tatum HS the following young ladies have qualified for the Area track meet next week in their respective events.
 
Shot Put:  Alexandria Patton, MaKenzie Mireles
Long Jump:  Malashia Cartwright, Patience Cherry
400 Relay:  Jakayla Weathered, Patience Cherry, Anijah Harper, Malashia Cartwright
800 Run:  Allison Jones
100 Dash:  Mekayla Cartwright
800 Relay:  Patience Cherry, Anijah Harper, Jakayla Weathered, Malashia Cartwright
1600 Run:  Jessica Alvarado
1600 Relay:  Patience Cherry, Anijah Harper, Jessica Huichapa, Allison Jones
 
 
CHS BOYS TRACK
Astin Greer
 
Day Two: 
Final Results for the 16-4A district meet are below:
 
JV Division
***1st Place District Champions--Center (214 Points)***
2nd Place--Carthage (131.5 Points)
3rd Place--Tatum (130 Points)
4th Place--Rusk (85.5 Points)
5th Place--Henderson (38 Points)
 
100m Dash District Champion--Marques Hall
400m Dash District Champion--Hollis Polk
300m Hurdles District Champion--Josh Clinton
1600m Run District Champion--Edwin Morin
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?Varsity Division
1st Place--Carthage  (231 Points)
2nd Place--Tatum (162 Points)
3rd Place--Henderson (97 Points)
4th Place--Rusk (62 Points)
5th Place--Center (55 Points)
 
1600m Run District Champion and Area Qualifier--Jacob Garcia 
400m Relay Area Qualifiers--Ja'Kedric Watts, Ja'Kadric Watts, Jamichael Weathered, Jaterious Evans (Alternate:  Marques Hall)
1600m Relay Area Qualifiers--Jamichael Weathered, Alexis Lopez, Jeremiah Hightower, Ja'Kadric Watts (Alternates:  Hollis Polk & Jermaine Preston)
 
Day One
Below are the results and point totals through day 1 of the District 16-4A track & field championships for the boys:  
 
JV Division 
Center--87 Points
Tatum--58 Points
Rusk--36.5  Points
Carthage--17.5 Points
Henderson--11 Points
 
3200m Run--Adrian Huerta (1st Place **District Champion**), Edwin Morin (2nd Place), Irving Carmona (3rd Place)
Long Jump--Zacc Smith (4th Place)
Shot Put--Jordan Patton (1st Place **District Champion**), La'Corey Buckley (2nd Place), Cayle Irvin (6th Place)
Discus--Cayle Irvin (2nd Place), Keyshawn McCollister (6th Place)
Triple Jump--Keamodre Horace (1st Place **District Champion**), Marques Hall (3rd Place), Jermaine Preston (4th Place)
High Jump--Jermaine Preston (**1st Place District Champion**), Hollis Polk (6th Place)
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Varsity Division
Carthage--66 Points
Tatum--42 Points
Rusk--28 Points
Henderson--25 Points
Center--22 Points
 
3200m Run--Jacob Garcia (1st Place **District Champion** & Area Qualifier), Jonathan Bustos (3rd Place & Area Qualifier), Jesus Gonzalez (4th Place & Area Qualifier)
Shot Put--Christian Russell (6th Place)
Triple Jump--Jamichael Weathered (6th Place)
 
 

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Panola College presents Academic Excellence Awards


 

 

 
Panola College faculty honored outstanding students in various disciplines with 2018 Academic Excellence Awards in a ceremony at 3 p.m., Tuesday, April 10, in the Q.M. Martin Auditorium.
 
Don Cocklin, chair of the Academic Excellence Committee, introduced speaker, Dr. Billy “Bubba” Adams, Vice President of Instruction, who discussed the character traits needed to achieve excellence in life.
 
Honorees in academic departments include Peyton Barrett, Ranch and Land Management, presented by Jody Harris; Dena Bradley, History, presented by Bill Offer; Shelby Brown, Music, presented by Sandra Bauer; Melissa Burt, MLT, presented by Jo Ellen Russell; Vanessa Cox, OTA, presented by Cheri Lambert; Ryan Florence, Chemistry, presented by Amy Calhoun; Sarah Funderburk, Drama, presented by Karen King; Deborah Greathouse, ADN, presented by Annissa Jackson; Josh Havins, Accounting, presented by Jennifer Coon, and Julie Hernandez, Criminal Justice, presented by Don Cocklin on behalf of Mark Dickerson.
 
Others include Melanie Juays, General Business, presented by Jennifer Coon on behalf of Dwayne Ferguson; Courtney Pipkin, Medical Assistant, presented by Lynn Davis; Lucretia Royal, MLT, presented by Jo Ellen Russell; Tina Sandidge, Office Professional, presented by Jennifer Coon on behalf of Dwayne Ferguson; Shana Smith, Petroleum, nominated by Daniel Hall; Nancy Vang, Government, presented by Brian Naples; Krissi Williams, Medical Assistant, presented by Lynn Davis; Israel O Keshinro, Psychology, presented by Don Cocklin, and Evan Young, Agriculture, presented by Jody Harris.
 
The program included invocation by Bill Offer, welcome by Jennifer Coon, a performance by the Panola Chamber Singers under the direction of Sandra Bauer, and a closing prayer by Brian Naples.
 
 
 
The 2018 Academic Excellence Award winners and their faculty sponsors were recognized with a ceremony on Tuesday, April 10 in the Q.M. Martin Auditorium.
 
 

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Joaquin Cheerleaders


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tenaha ISD Update


 

 

 
Tenaha ISD Agriculture  
 
Students learning pvc skills.
 
 
 
 
Tenaha Baseball
 
Tenaha’s Cole DePriest Ballpark- Tuesday afternoon the Tigers played Martinsville with a win 17-9.
 
Next game scheduled for Friday, April 13th at Gary 6:00 pm.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Tenaha Tiger News


 

 

April 11, 2018- STARR Gr 5 & 8 Reading
 
April 12, 2018-STARR  Eng II; Elementary Field Trip Lufkin Zoo; HS Track District Finals in Shelbyville; Progress Reports
 
April 13, 2018-Baseball vs Gary 6:00 pm There; STARR Make-Up
 
April 14, 2018-Prom 8:00 pm ( Pics at &:30 pm)
 
April 16, 2018- Cheerleader Practice 4-6 pm
 
April 17, 2018-Ag Huntsville Field Trip; Baseball vs Shelbyville 4:00 pm Home; Basketball Signing in Tiger Gym 9 am
 
April 18/19, 2018-HS UIL Concert & Sight Reading in Bullar
 
April 18, 2018-Regional Tennis in Corsicana; 10 grade & Jr (Dual Credit) TSI MS computer lab; Little Dribblers; Now You’re 18 for Seniors
 
April 19, 2018-Dual Credit in Center; Area HS Track in San Augustine; Senior CPR
 
April 20, 2018-Baseball vs Timpson 6:00 pm There; End 5th Grading Period; Book Fair Preview for Parents 2-4 pm
 
April 21, 2018-Cheer TryOuts 10:00 am
 
April 23, 2018-Kindergarten Roundup begins; Beginning 6th Grading Period; Book Fair Begins
 
April 24, 2018-Baseball vs Joaquin 4:00 pm Home; Spring Concert & Awards Banquet @ 6:00 pm
 
April 25, 2018-7th Grade Band Contest in Lufkin; Kindergarten Cap/Gown Pics/Graduation Pics/Individual and Group; 3rd Gr Field Trip to
 
                             Gator and Friends; ASVAB MS Computer Lab
 
April 27, 2018-HS Track Regional’s  in Palestine
 
April 30, 2018-HS Robotics in Kilgore
 
May 1, 2018-Beta Induction
 
May 5, 2018- Senior 2018 celebration Party at Tenaha Youth Center  6:30 pm.
 
 

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Roughrider Soccer Revisits Regional Semi-Finals Friday


 

 

The road has been bumpier than previous years, but the Roughrider soccer team has yet again managed to qualify for another regional tournament. Following dominant playoff victories against East Chambers (14-0), Liberty (5-0), and Hudson (3-0), the Riders will face off against the Stafford Spartans on April 13 at 11 a.m. at A&M Consolidated High School. 
 
 
Photos by: Gladys Andrews
 
 
“The team is on an impressive 11 game winning streak,” head coach Gerardo Martinez said. “The team has been on a clear sweep through district and also getting convincing wins throughout the playoffs. Now we are where we left off last year: the Regional Semi-finals.”
 
 
 
With a 18-6-1 season record, the Riders plan to expand on that record and advance farther than last year. If the Riders come out on top, they will play the winner of Hargrave and Madisonville.
 
 
“The Regional Championship match would be the next day April 14th at 1 p.m.,” Martinez said. “We have accomplished many goals this year, but the main one is at our reach.” 
 
 
 

 

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Timpson Bear Update


 

 

Thurs. April 12th – Track Finals @ Shelbyville @ 6:00 p.m.
 
 
 
Fri. April 13th - Baseball vs.Joaquin – Here @ 4:30 p.m. JV/V
 
 
 
Wed. April 18th – Band UIL Concert/Sightreading Contest – Bullard HS – 4:45 pm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Yearbook Photo News – Yearbook sponsor Danielle Smith wants to make everyone aware that the following spring sports pictures are scheduled for Wednesday, April 11th:
 
 
 
Baseball
 
Golf
 
Softball
 
Tennis
 
Middle and High School Track
 
 
 
Please be sure to have your child prepared with their uniforms, order envelopes and payment.
 
 

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Center Elementary Book Fair


 

Center Elementary book fair this week.  

 

 

 

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Shelbyville Seniors Sign to Run Track for Colleges


 

 

Shelbyville Senior, Keanna Osby will sign her letter of intent to run track for Northwestern State University on Wed. April 11 at 2:00 pm in the board room.
 
 
Shelbyville Senior, Mac Wheeler will sign his letter of intent to run track for Buena Vista College in Iowa on Tues, April 17, time TBD
 
Submitted by: Coach Boyles
 
 

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The Symphonic Band and University Band Concert


 

 

The Symphonic Band and University Band at Stephen F. Austin State University will perform works by Henry Fillmore, Karl King, W. Francis McBeth and other great composers when the student ensembles perform at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 22, in W.M. Turner Auditorium on the SFA campus.
 
Among the works to be performed by the University Band will be “Three London Sketches” by Dr. David Campo, associate director of bands at SFA.
 
Graduate students Brandon Beavers and Gary Jones will conduct pieces during the concert.
 
Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and $3 for students and youth. For tickets or more information, call the SFA Fine Arts Box Office at (936) 468-6407 or visit www.finearts.sfasu.edu.
 
 

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Festival of New American


 

 

East Texans can be among the first to hear the newest works by three acclaimed playwrights during the Stephen F. Austin State University School of Theatre’s 2018 Festival of New American Plays scheduled for Tuesday through Saturday, April 24 through 28, on the SFA campus.
This year’s festival features “Hot Flashes,” which is SFA Playwright-in-Residence Jack Heifner’s adaptation of the best selling novel by the same name by Barbara Raskin, along with “Sorry, Not Sorry” by S. Denise O’Neal and “… And the Pursuit of Happiness 1994” by Ted Swindley.
 
Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and $7.50 for students and youth. For tickets, call the SFA Fine Arts Box Office at (936) 468-6407 or visit www.finearts.sfasu.edu.
 
 

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Swingin Axes and Swingin' Aces


 

 

A concert by the Swingin’ Axes and Swingin’ Aces jazz bands at Stephen F. Austin State University will feature tunes by jazz greats Chuck Mangione, Pat Metheny, Sammy Nestico and Maynard Ferguson, along with works by guest artist Dennis Dotson, when the student ensembles perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 20, in W.M. Turner Auditorium.
 
Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and $3 for students and youth. For tickets or more information, call the SFA Fine Arts Box Office at (936) 468-6407 or visit www.finearts.sfasu.edu.
 
 

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Tennis District Champions T-Shirts


 

 

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Tenaha ISD Vacancy Notice


 

 
 
Position: Elementary Teacher (ESL  a Plus)
 
Location: Tenaha Elementary School
#1 Tiger Drive
Tenaha, Texas 75974
 
Contact Person: Linda Jacobs, Principal
 
Phone: 936-248-5000 ext. 501
 
E-Mail: jacobslinda@tenahaisd.com
 
Fax: 936-248-3902
 
Position Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university; valid Texas teaching certificate with required endorsements for subject and level assigned.
 
Application Procedures: Complete district application and submit with current resume and credentials. (online at www.tenahaisd.com)
 
Mailing Address: Tenaha ISD
P. O. Box 318
Tenaha, Texas 75974
 
Application Deadline: Until filled
 
Any questions concerning application procedures should be directed to the Business Manager.
 
It is the policy of the Tenaha ISD not to discriminate on the basis of age, sex, handicap, race, color, or national origin in its educational and vocational programs, activities, and employment, as required by Title IX, § 504, and Title VI.
 
 
Date Posted:   April 6, 2018 Date Removed:
 
 
 
“Win Every Day”

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Tenaha Track Update


 

 

 
JH Boys
 
8th Grade Boys District Champions!!
 
Jaqualin Garrett=5th 100m, 6th 400m
 
Jose Corpus=6th 100m, 3rd 200m
 
Jose Lopez=3rd 100m
 
David Leos=1st 200m, 4th 400m
 
Allen Mosqueda=1st 2400m, 1st 1600m, 2nd 800m
 
Malici Blanton=6th 800m, 5th 400m
 
Jermey Patton=1st 4x100, 1st 4x200, 1st 4x400, 2nd High Jump, 1st Triple Jump
 
Sakdaric Roland=1st 4x100, 1st 4x200, 1st 4x400
 
Markee Rasberry=1st 4x100, 1st 4x200, 1st 4x400, 4th Triple Jump
 
Markion Rasberry=1st 4x100, 1st 4x200, 1st 4x400, 5th Long Jump, 3rd High Jump
 
 
7th Grade Boys
 
Austin Dees=3rd 400m
 
Kobi Roland=6th 100m, 6th 200m
 
Alex Tyner=3rd 200m, 5th 800m
 
Daniel Laredo=1st 2400m, 2nd 1600m, 4th 800m
 
Evan Plata=1st 1600m, 3rd 800m
 
 
 
7th Grade Girls
 
Katelynn Wagstaff=4th 400m, 6th 800m
 
 
8th Grade Girls
 
Alexianna Gentry =2nd 100m, 6th 200m
 
Kristin Lampley=6th 400m
 
Addy Duncan=3rd Shot Put, 4th Discus
 
Olivia Ford=5th Shot Put
 
Kristin Rasberry=1st Discus
 
 
 

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Tenaha Tennis Update


 

 

District Tennis Meet in Center Wednesday, April 4th:
 
 
 
Calicia Roland and Arlicia Roland -1st in girls doubles, qualifying for Regional’s.
 
 
Drew Henry and Elizabeth Klump-4th in girls doubles
 
Ty Davis and Hernan Hernandez -4th in mixed doubles
 
Ariday Hernandez-4th in girls singles       
 
 
 

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Tenaha Tiger News


 

 

April 6, 2018-Baseball vs Woden 4:00 pm Home; Elementary Field Trip to Shreveport Aquarium; State Robotics in Hutto
 
April 7, 2018-State Robotics in Hutto
 
April 9, 2018-HS Track District Prelims in Shelbyville
 
April 10, 2018-Baseball vs Martinsville 4:30 pm Home; STARR Eng I; Gr 4 & 7  Writing; Gr 5 & 8 Math
 
April 11, 2018-HS Track District Finals in Shelbyville; STARR Gr 5 & 8 Reading
 
April 12, 2018-STARR  Eng II; Elementary Field Trip Lufkin Zoo
 
April 13, 2018-Baseball vs Gary 6:00 pm There; STARR Make-Up
 
April 14, 2018-Prom 8:00 pm ( Pics at &:30 pm)
 
April 16, 2018-Book Fair; Cheerleader Practice 4-6 pm
 
April 17, 2018-Ag Huntsville Field Trip; Baseball vs Shelbyville 4:30 pm Home
 
April 18/19, 2018-HS UIL Concert & Sight Reading in Bullard
 
April 19, 2018-Dual Credit in Center; Area HS Track in San Augustine
 
April 20, 2018-Baseball vs Timpson 6:00 pm There; End 5th Grading Period
 
April 21, 2018-Cheer TryOuts 10:00 am
 
April 23, 2018-Kindergarten Roundup begins; Beginning 6th Grading Period
 
April 24, 2018-Baseball vs Joaquin 4:30 pm Home; Spring Concert & Awards Banquet @ 6:00 pm
 
April 25, 2018-10th Grade-Women in Energy @ Panola; 7th Grade Band Contest in Lufkin; Kindergarten Cap/Gown Pics/Graduation Pics/Individual and   
 
                                 Group
 
April 27, 2018-HS Track Regional’s  in Palestine
 
May 5, 2018- Senior 2018 celebration Party at Tenaha Youth Center  6:30 pm.
 
 
 
Tenaha Youth Center:
 
Mark your calendar: Saturday, May 5th the Tenaha Youth Center will host their Senior 2018 celebration Party starting at 6:30 pm.
 
 
 
 
 

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Tenaha ISD AG News


 

$30.00 each. Contact David DePriest at 936-248-5000 ext. 207 or depriestdavid@tenahaisd.com or Tenaha Agriculture on FB: Tenaha ISD Agriculture
 
 
 
 
 

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Tenaha MS Robotics Competition Results


 

 
4th grade-Adrain Ramirez placed 3rd and the team of Cade Sims and Ezekiel Martinez placed 6th!
Way to go Robotics!
 
 

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Tenaha Tiger News


 

 

April 5, 2018-JH Track District in San Augustine; Innovation Planning Committee Meeting 4:00 pm;
 
April 6, 2018-Baseball vs Woden 4:30 pm Home; Elementary Field Trip to Shreveport Aquarium; State Robotics in Hutto
 
April 7, 2018-State Robotics in Hutto
 
April 9, 2018-HS Track District Prelims in Shelbyville
 
April 10, 2018-Baseball vs Martinsville 4:30 pm Home; STARR Eng I; Gr 4 & 7  Writing; Gr 5 & 8 Math
 
April 11, 2018-HS Track District Finals in Shelbyville; STARR Gr 5 & 8 Reading
 
April 12, 2018-STARR  Eng II; Elementary Field Trip Lufkin Zoo
 
April 13, 2018-Baseball vs Gary 6:00 pm There; STARR Make-Up
 
April 14, 2018-Prom 8:00 pm ( Pics at &:30 pm)
 
April 16, 2018-Book Fair; Cheerleader Practice 4-6 pm
 
April 17, 2018-Ag Huntsville Field Trip; Baseball vs Shelbyville 4:30 pm Home
 
April 19, 2018-Dual Credit in Center; Area HS Track in San Augustine
 
April 20, 2018-Baseball vs Timpson 6:00 pm There; End 5th Grading Period
 
April 21, 2018-Cheer TryOuts 10:00 am
 
April 23, 2018-Kindergarten Roundup begins; Beginning 6th Grading Period
 
April 24, 2018-Baseball vs Joaquin 4:30 pm Home; Spring Concert & Awards Banquet @ 6:00 pm
 
April 25, 2018-10th Grade-Women in Energy @ Panola; 7th Grade Band Contest in Lufkin; Kindergarten Cap/Gown Pics/Graduation Pics/Individual and   
 
                                 Group
 
April 27, 2018-HS Track Regional’s  in Palestine
 
 
 
 

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Riders of the Week


 

 

 

 

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Panola OTA grads achieve 97% pass rate


 

 

The National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy notified Panola College that the pass rate for the 2017 graduating class of Occupational Therapy Assistant students was 97 percent.
 
“This is a fantastic pass rate,” said Kelly Reed-Hirsch, Dean of Health Sciences. “Our faculty and staff are second to none for this exceptional program.”
 
The OTA program comprises five academic semesters involving classroom and laboratory work, and two eight-week fieldwork experiences in clinical settings where students learn how to analyze the client, environment, occupations, wellness and everyday functioning.
 
“We use a team-based learning approach that fosters critical thinking through the simulation of real life experiences,” said Cheri Lambert, OTA Director. “During the clinical phase of the program, our students work in therapy clinics throughout our region to gain the confidence and experience needed once they graduate.”
 
The certification exam is administered by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy. Successful completion of the exam qualifies the graduates to be Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants (COTA).
 
 
 
The 2017 OTA Graduating Class achieved a 97% pass rate on the national credentialing examination.
 
 
 
 

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Joaquin ISD Softball Game Rescheduled


 

 

The JHS Softball game that was cancelled yesterday vs. Cushing will be played today (4/4) at Joaquin, 5:00 pm.
 
Submitted by Steven McCann, Girls AD
 
 

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May term course with field trip offers Texas history, government


 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Panola College professors Bill Offer and Brian Naples are collaborating on a May term adventure that will allow students to earn three hours of credit in either Texas government (GOVT 2306) or Texas history (HIST 2301). The coursework will culminate in a week-long field trip to prominent Texas museums and places of interest.
 
 
 
Offer and Naples will host an informational meeting about the courses with field trip at 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, April 10 in Classroom 1110 in the Miller Administration Building.
 
 
 
Class dates are scheduled for May 14 through June 1, with the field trip scheduled for May 21 through May 26. In addition to tuition and fees, cost per student will be $400 for the transportation and hotel rooms. Students will be responsible for their own meals and snacks on the trip. For the $400 rate, students will be booked three or four to a room. Naples said people who would like to reserve single or double rooms will be accommodated for additional fees and upon availability at the hotels.
 
 
 
“We will book hotels that include a free breakfast, and will visit budget friendly eateries,” said Naples. “We recommend students budget $10 to $15 per meal, and students are welcome to bring sack lunches to save on expenses.”
 
 
 
The itinerary will include stops at the Texas State Prison Museum, the George H.W. Bush Library, the Bob Bullock Museum, Texas State Capitol, National Museum of the Pacific War, Pioneer Museum, Dr. Pepper Museum, Texas Rangers Museum, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and the George W. Bush Library.
 
 
 
Days one and two include travel to Austin and visits to Austin museums. On day three, the group will travel to Fredericksburg, returning that night to the Austin hotel. Day four will involve travel to Arlington with stops in Waco. On day five, after touring the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, the participants will have a free afternoon and evening.
 
 
 
“We are planning to stay at a hotel next to Six Flags, Hurricane Harbor, and the Texas Rangers Ballpark,” Naples said.
 
 
 
On Saturday, the group will visit the George W. Bush Museum before returning to Carthage.
 
 
 
The coursework will be online via Canvas Learning Management System. Both courses are full-credit that fulfill the core requirements for history and government. These are independent courses that will combine during the week of travel. Students may register for only one course. Enrollment is limited to 20 students per course. Students must be at least 18 years old to participate unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. A few spots have been reserved for people who wish to register and pay the trip fee through continuing education without signing up for the academic courses.
 
 
 
For more information, contact Naples at 903-693-2043, bnaples@panola.edu, or Bill Offer at 903-693-2047, boffer@panola.edu
 
 
 
 

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Tenaha Tiger News


 

 

April 3, 2018-Band Sectionals 5:30 pm-8:30 pm
 
April 4, 2018-6-8 Robotics in Kilgore; Ag Field Trip to SFA; Tennis in Center
 
April 5, 2018-JH Track District in San Augustine; Innovation Planning Committee Meeting 4:00 pm;
 
April 6, 2018-Baseball vs Woden 4:30 pm Home; Elementary Field Trip to Shreveport Aquarium; State Robotics in Hutto
 
April 7, 2018-State Robotics in Hutto
 
April 9, 2018-HS Track District Prelims in Shelbyville
 
April 10, 2018-Baseball vs Martinsville 4:30 pm Home; STARR Eng I; Gr 4 & 7  Writing; Gr 5 & 8 Math
 
April 11, 2018-HS Track District Finals in Shelbyville; STARR Gr 5 & 8 Reading
 
April 12, 2018-STARR  Eng II; Elementary Field Trip Lufkin Zoo
 
April 13, 2018-Baseball vs Gary 6:00 pm There; STARR Make-Up
 
April 14, 2018-Prom 8:00 pm ( Pics at &:30 pm)
 
April 16, 2018-Book Fair; Cheerleader Practice 4-6 pm
 
April 17, 2018-Ag Huntsville Field Trip; Baseball vs Shelbyville 4:30 pm Home
 
 
 
 
Track:
 
Kids competed well last night in Shelbyville. Here is how they did. Coach Cotten
Oscar Flores 3rd in the 3200
2nd in the 1600
Irvin Barona 2nd in the 800
Kale Page 2nd in the 100
Jaden Washington 3rd in the 400
4th in the 200
Calisha Roland 1st in the Shot
Arlisha Roland 3rd the shot
1st in the Discus
Alexis Shires 2nd in Discus
Aricelle Vasquez 4th in the 800
3rd in the 1600
Compete is the what they did. Proud of everyone hat ran tonight. I appreciate y’all. Y’all are making this fun for me. 
Coach Cotten
Go Tigers! And Lady Tigers!!
 
Baseball:
 
Tiger Baseball!!!!! 12-6 winners at Mount Enterprise tonight!!! Way to go guys! Coach Ball
 
 
 
 

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Joaquin Pre-K & Kindergarten Round Up


 

 

 

 

 

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Tenaha Tiger News


 

 

 
April 2, 2018-4 & 5 Robotics at Kilgore; HS Track Shelbyville Relays- There; STARR ALT 2 (Gr 3-8 EOC); Baseball vs Mt. Enterprise 5:00 pm There
 
April 3, 2018-Band Sectionals 5:30 pm-8:30 pm
 
April 4, 2018-6-8 Robotics in Kilgore; Ag Field Trip to SFA; Tennis in Center
 
April 5, 2018-JH Track District in San Augustine; Innovation Planning Committee Meeting 4:00 pm;
 
April 6, 2018-Baseball vs Woden 4:30 pm Home; Elementary Field Trip to Shreveport Aquarium; State Robotics in Hutto
 
April 7, 2018-State Robotics in Hutto
 
April 9, 2018-HS Track District Prelims in Shelbyville
 
April 10, 2018-Baseball vs Martinsville 4:30 pm Home; STARR Eng I; Gr 4 & 7  Writing; Gr 5 & 8 Math
 
April 11, 2018-HS Track District Finals in Shelbyville; STARR Gr 5 & 8 Reading
 
April 12, 2018-STARR  Eng II; Elementary Field Trip Lufkin Zoo
 
April 13, 2018-Baseball vs Gary 6:00 pm There; STARR Make-Up
 
April 14, 2018-Prom 8:00 pm ( Pics at &:30 pm)
 
April 16, 2018-Book Fair; Cheerleader Practice 4-6 pm
 
April 17, 2018-Ag Huntsville Field Trip; Baseball vs Shelbyville 4:30 pm Home
 
 
 
Enrollment 572
 
 
 

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Tenaha Pre-K & Kindergarten Round - Up


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tenaha ISD Kindergarten and Pre-K Roundup April 23-April 27
 
 
Tenaha ISD will hold their annual Kindergarten and Pre-K Roundup April 23rd through April 27th.  If you have a child that will turn 3, 4 or 5 on or before September 1, 2018 he/she may qualify to attend Tenaha ISD’s PreK or Kindergarten program.  You may register your child at the Tenaha Elementary Office from 9:00-2:00 beginning Monday, April 23 through Friday, April 27th.  Please bring your child’s birth certificate, immunization record and social security card with you when you register your child.  Parents are also asked to bring their driver’s license.  If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact Regina Tovar at 936-248-5000 ext. 301.  
 
 
 
 
 
Tenaha ISD Kindergarten y Pre-K Roundup 23 de abril al 27 de abril
 
 
Tenaha ISD llevará a cabo su Roundup anual de Kindergarten y Prekínder desde el 23 de abril hasta el 27 de abril. Si tiene un hijo que cumplirá 3, 4 o 5 el 1 de septiembre de 2018 o antes, él / ella puede calificar para asistir al programa PreK o Kindergarten de Tenaha ISD. Puede registrar a su hijo en la Oficina de Tenaha Elementary de 9: 00-2: 00 a partir del lunes 23 de abril hasta el viernes 27 de abril. Lleve el certificado de nacimiento de su hijo, el registro de vacunación y la tarjeta del seguro social cuando registre a su hijo. También se les pide a los padres que traigan su licencia de conducir. Si tiene alguna pregunta, no dude en comunicarse con Regina Tovar al 936-248-5000 ext. 301.
 
 

 

 

 

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Joaquin ISD to Extend School Days


 

 

Please note, for the last six weeks of school, beginning on April 10, 2018, the school ending time will be 3:25 pm instead of 3:20 pm.  The additional minutes are to make up for school closure due to weather. 

 
 

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CHS Play Delayed


 

 

The CHS Theatre Department's public presentation of its one-act play "Noises Off!"has been postponed.  The show will no longer run tonight (Monday April 2nd).
 
A sudden change in the baseball schedule makes the alteration necessary, as one of the varsity ball players is also an important part of the cast.  Center vs Carthage, originally slated for Tuesday night, has been moved to Monday night in anticipation of rain.
 
 
The Department hopes its show can be presented Tuesday night April 3rd (tomorrow night) at the same time: 7 pm.  Several variables must be considered before the department can verify that production time.  If the show can happen, the department will share that with the public as soon as possible.
 
If the show can happen, in addition to the comic one-act, the evening will feature a short scene from our first-year students and a performance of the district-winning comic duo performance from Mark Perkins and Keaton Watlington.  Admission will be $2 for adults, $1 for students, proceeds benefitting the CHS UIL Academic Team.
 
If the show is not able to be scheduled for Tuesday night, it will not be rescheduled.
 
 

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