Ojeda Middle School Students Understand Life in the 1800’s

Ojeda Middle School Students Understand Life in the 1800’s

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department hosted a private program for the students of Ojeda Middle School where different aspects of the Texas Buffalo Soldier lifestyle were discussed and demonstrated along with the history and lifestyles associated with life in the Read More
Baty Students Read 2,500 Books in Four Months

Baty Students Read 2,500 Books in Four Months

Second-grade students at Baty Elementary School set a goal for the fall of 2019 to collectively read 2,500 books before winter break. From September to December, the students read 2,840 books! After completing a book, students completed an Accelerated Reader (AR) quiz Read More
Smith STEM Night Excites and Challenges Students

Smith STEM Night Excites and Challenges Students

With nearly 200 participants in attendance, the recent Smith Elementary School Family Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Night was a success for teachers and students alike. This annual event, previously Math and Science Night, was expanded to provide Read More
Belles and Cardettes Sweep American Dance and Drill Team Competition

Belles and Cardettes Sweep American Dance and Drill Team Competition

The Del Valle High School Belles and Cardettes competed in the American Dance and Drill Team competition held at East View High School. The Belles and Cardettes came back victorious with awards in the solo, ensemble, officer, and team competitions. TEAM COMPETITIONS Read More
Gilbert Helps Families Understand and Navigate Academic Expectations

Gilbert Helps Families Understand and Navigate Academic Expectations

Gilbert Elementary School (GES)  hosted a STAAR Night dinner to educate families with students in third, fourth and fifth grades about the about State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) standardized testing that takes place in these grades. Attendees Read More