NETPA Scholarship deadline April 4

March 22, 2014

Any high school senior planning to major in journalism or college student majoring in journalism who lives in the North & East Texas Press Association region is eligible to apply for a $1,500 scholarship, $750 per semester. If you have any questions you may contact scholarship chair Suzanne Bardwell at the Gladewater Mirror at 903-845-2235 or email at [email protected]

Aggieland latest stop for wit, power set

Aggieland Saturday was the latest stop for two Granbury High School organizations focused on science, engineering and technology. The students toured Texas A&M University in College Station and got a first-hand look at the university through presentations sponsored by several A&M colleges.

POWER SET (Powerful Opportunities for Women Eager and Ready for Science, Engineering and Technology) and WIT (Workforce Industry Training) are both high school outreach initiatives of the Nuclear Power Institute, a unique statewide partnership led by the Texas Engineering Experiment Station and headquartered at Texas A&M.

jrotc at harlingen
marine academy

Sixty-five Marine Corps JROTC students from Granbury High School and Crossland Ninth Grade Center ventured to Harlingen for a four-day exercise at the Marine Military Academy to familiarize cadets with military lifestyle.

Activities included an obstacle course, high ropes course, low ropes course, combat fitness test, close order drill, pugil sticks and paint ball. The group hiked 3 miles on the final night to an Iwo Jima statue that served as the basis for the famed memorial in the Washington D.C. area.

GRANBURY STUDENTS JOIN READ ACROSS AMERICA

Granbury elementary students celebrated reading during Read Across America earlier this month. The youngsters recognized the national celebration held each March on Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Community members and school officials joined the Seussian celebration by reading the author’s books or other related books to the students.

third-graders learn economics on market day

Third-grade students at Nettie Baccus Elementary School recently got a lesson in economics and the free enterprise system. Market Day followed a six-week long economic unit.

Students created items to sell and then marketed to their peers with the hopes of making the best profit. Students learned and applied the principles of advertising, supply and demand, economic choice and marketing techniques. Following the sale, the students figured their gross earnings and total profit after they repaid their start-up loans.

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