Bearcats, Lady Cats take advantage of improved facilities

A bird's-eye view of Bearcat Stadium after the installation of artificial turf. The track has since been resurfaced and will be striped next week. (Photo courtesy Brittany Taylor)

Henrietta’s high school football and volleyball players are taking advantage of upgraded facilities in preparation of the upcoming fall sports seasons. Tuesday morning, Henrietta’s varsity and JV football teams took to the new artificial turf field at Bearcat … [Read more...]

Clayton to serve on elementary principals and supervisors assoc. committee

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Scot Clayton, assistant superintendent of Henrietta lSD, will serve as vice chair of the nominating committee for the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA). Officers from the 20 TEPSA regions across the state were installed at the … [Read more...]

Supt. Jeff McClure honored by Texas ag teachers association

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The Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas recognized more than 200 deserving teachers and supporters of agricultural science during the VATAT Professional Development Conference for Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Instructors held July 29 – Aug. … [Read more...]

Henrietta ISD announces enrollment, ‘Meet the Teacher’ dates

New students enrolling in Henrietta Elementary will register on Thursday, Aug. 14 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the elementary school office. New students will need to provide their social security card, immunization record and birth certificates. Applications for our … [Read more...]

HJH cheerleaders attend camp, nominated All-American

Henrietta Junior High cheerleaders Caroline McDonnell, Kirsten Ervin, Baylee Pierce, Kynlea Stewart, Kynlee Freeland, Leah Bullinger (mascot), Audrey Gallagher, Rachell Morrow and Alexis Roberts attended a National Cheer Association Home Camp on June 3-4.

Henrietta Junior High Cheerleaders attended a National Cheer Association Home Camp on June 3-4, during which the squad learned dance, cheers and chants. During the two-day camp, junior high cheerleaders Caroline McDonnell, Baylee Pierce, Audrey Gallagher, Rachell … [Read more...]

Midway releases final 2013-14 honor rolls

Midway ISD has released its final honor roll for the 2013-14 school year. “A” Honor Roll First grade — Tyler Grottie, Rylie Lamar, Dominic Laude and Allison Marshall. Second grade — Taegan Cook and Cason Richey. Third grade — Christian Coker, Dayton Leach, … [Read more...]

Bellevue announces honor rolls, perfect attendance, six weeks awards

Bellevue ISD announced honor rolls, Exemplary Eagle and Shark awards for the final six weeks grading period of the 2013-14 school year. Kelton Canada was awarded the Exemplary Eagle award for Kindergarten through second grade, and Aaron Betts earned the third-fifth … [Read more...]

Henrietta band members earn gold at state solo and ensemble contest

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Four Henrietta High School band students earned gold medals at the UIL State Solo and Ensemble contest Saturday, May 24. The competition was held at Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville. Katelyn Suneson earned a “superior” rating for a gold medal in vocal solo, … [Read more...]

Peden closes 40-year career at Midway ISD

Midway ISD Supt. Hollis Adams presents a plaque of recognition to Judy Peden during a retirement reception Tuesday.

Students, staff, friends and family gathered for a reception at Midway School Tuesday, May 27 to wish first grade teacher Judy Peden a happy retirement. With the end of the 2013-14 school year, Peden closes a 40-year career with Midway ISD. … [Read more...]

HHS teams earn state title, runner-up in UIL academics for second year

Henrietta High School students who competed at the state UIL Academics competition are (top) Danielle Holmes, (bottom) Katelyn Suneson, Amber Dillaman, Krystal DeLucio, Nathan Clark, Miranda Flores, Quint Lewis and Matthew Mitchell.

For a second straight year, Henrietta High School’s spelling and vocabulary team has earned a state championship in UIL academics, while Henrietta’s literary criticism team took second place at the state level. Matthew Mitchell finished first in the individual … [Read more...]