Nine Granbury ISD students from Crossland Ninth Grade Center, Acton Middle School and Granbury Middle School continued to excel with science projects at the 63rd Fort Worth Regional Science Fair Feb. 23-24 at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Advancing to the ExxonMobil Texas Science and Engineering Fair on March 20-23 at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center in San Antonio are:
Crossland students Kaylee Brawner and Liesl Krone; AMS students Benjamin Lillagore, Jack Miller, Eileen Parker, Kaitlyn Parker and Rayni Skaggs; and GMS students Ranisha Pickett and Lauren Wallace.… Read the rest
Granbury band students will be featured during a GISD Night of Percussion concert Thursday starting at 7 p.m. in the Bagby-McMahan Performing Arts Center at Granbury High School.
The concert, which is free and open to the public, will feature percussionists from GHS, Crossland Ninth Grade Center, Acton Middle School and Granbury Middle School. … Read the rest
Students at Brawner Intermediate School will perform the musical “Willy Wonka Jr.” on Thursday.
The show will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 and include a dessert bar during intermission.
Roald Dahl’s timeless story of the world-famous candy man and his quest to find an heir comes to life in this stage adaptation of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” which features the songs from the classic family film “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” according to Music Theatre International.… Read the rest
Schools out next week
Students and teachers are looking forward to next week.
Classes dismiss Friday for the start of spring break. School in Granbury, Lipan and Tolar will be out the week of March 10-14. … Read the rest
Granbury school bands and choirs are busy preparing for UIL concert and sightreading contests in March and April.
Preview performances for parents and the public are set prior to the competitions.
The groups from Granbury High School, Crossland Ninth Grade Center, Acton Middle School and Granbury Middle School are holding concerts to give parents an opportunity to hear the programs as well as to give students experience performing before a live audience.… Read the rest
Project Graduation kicked off its spring fundraising with the annual Fashion Show and Prom Expo last weekend at the Bagby-McMahan Performing Arts Center at Granbury High School.
The fashion show featured seniors wearing both formal and casual wear.
Combined with a dinner and silent auction, the show raised thousands for the organization to host a drug and alcohol free event for GHS seniors following graduation on May 29.… Read the rest
Elementary and intermediate students participating in the Granbury ISD Elementary District Science Fair received recognition for developing innovative projects during a recent awards ceremony.
Best of Show honors went to Olivia McLain for kindergarten-2nd grade and Alex Call for 3rd-5th grades. McLain is a second-grader at Emma Roberson Elementary School, while Call is an Oak Woods School fourth- grader.
All winners with individual and group projects have the opportunity to compete at the regional science fair to be held on Saturday, April 12, on the campus of Texas Woman’s University in Denton.… Read the rest
Tolar students donate cookies to VFW
Tolar Elementary School students presented Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7835 with an unexpected, yet delicious, donation at a recent patriotic ceremony. Members of the VFW proudly accepted Girl Scout cookies purchased by the children through recent fundraising efforts.The post is now making arrangements to ship the cookies to active service men and women who are now serving overseas.… Read the rest
4-H members throughout Hood County attended the recent San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo. Many placed, and a couple received scholarships.
“San Antonio is in the books and it was a great run,” said sponsor Marty Vahlenkamp. “We are truly blessed to have great youth and great parents involved in the 4-H program.”
The group brought home $22,000 in scholarships and $8,200 in auction dollars from San Antonio, according to Vahlenkamp.… Read the rest