Jace Walker, a member of the Lipan FFA, was among the winners in the Calf Scramble event during the Feb. 6 performance at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. His parents are Verne Walker and Candace Alphil.
The Calf Scramble, which allows 16 students to compete at 28 of the 29 rodeo performances, has eight winners in each performance.…
The Hood County 4-H Senior Horse Judging Team placed second out of 40 teams at the Fort Worth Livestock Show 4-H and FFA Horse Judging Contest.
The team earned a trip to the world show in Oklahoma City later this year.
The team also placed fourth in Halter Division, third in Performance Division and third in Oral Reasons Division.…
Granbury Marine Corps JROTC cadets Cody Bogle and Hunter Dowell have qualified for this year’s Junior Olympics air rifle competition.
Both Granbury High School students will participate in the Junior Olympics men’s air rifle competitions at the Olympics Training Center in Colorado Springs in April based on their qualifying score in the state Junior Olympics tryouts in January at TCU.…
Thirty-one Hood County 4-H’ers competed during the Fort Worth Livestock Show and Rodeo.
4-H’ers participated in the Meat, Goat, and Horse Judging Contest, as well as exhibiting livestock in the Breeding and Market Livestock Shows. 4-H’ers found success both in the ring and the judging contest.
The Meats Judging Team consisted of Brayden Brockman, Jolee Tuggle, Sam Spradlin, Sarah Spradlin, Macie Garcia, Taylor, Grove, Emily Brite and Maddison Fea.…
Students heading back to school for the spring semester will see and experience new educational opportunities courtesy of the Granbury ISD Education Foundation.
The full list of grant awards is below:
Classrooms without Walls
Outdoor classrooms naturally motivate students with hands-on learning experiences that involve English, math, fine arts, social studies and physical education.…
Schools in Granbury ISD, Tolar ISD and Lipan ISD will dismiss classes early this Friday.
Elementary and intermediate GISD campuses will dismiss at 11:45 a.m.
The middle schools, Crossland Ninth Grade Center and Granbury High School will dismiss at 1 p.m. Buses will transport students home early based on this schedule.…
Granbury school district fine arts groups have scheduled upcoming Christmas concerts.
Monday, December 15
7:30 p.m. – Granbury High School Band
Tuesday, December 16
6 p.m. – Granbury Middle School 6th Grade Choir
7:30 p.m. – Acton Middle School Choirs (at GHS Bagby-McMahan Performing Arts Center)
7:30 p.m. – GMS 7th and 8th Grade Choirs
Thursday, December 18
Members of the Granbury FFA chapter competed in Leadership Development Event state competition on Dec. 5 at Sam Houston State University.
Granbury students placed in Ag Issues, Ag Advocacy and Senior FFA Quiz events.
With more than 1,000 FFA chapters across the state, this put Granbury in the Top 20.
“Advancing to the semifinals in the contests was a major undertaking.…
Four Granbury High School theater arts qualified for a national competition while attending the Texas Thespian Festival on Nov. 20-22 in Dallas.
Making the cut for the national contest were:
A group of theater students from GHS and Crossland Ninth Grade Center traveled to the state event at the Dallas Convention Center.…
The nonprofit Ryan Turner Education Foundation recently awarded a variety of grants to Tolar schools.
The Fall Innovative Education Grant Program includes more than $10,000 for Tolar classrooms.
A total of $4,500 was given for Hands on Science programs in K-2 classes and for the fourth-fifth grades’ Young Scientists Program.
The grant request came from teachers Christie Collie, Briahna Wandel, Melody Holly, Lisa Harkins and Megan Vahlenkamp.…