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Borger ISD became a District of Innovation (DOI) in May of 2022, which enabled us to provide local certifications to teachers.  This allowed the relief of state mandates on qualified candidates, but candidates still must meet certain criteria. Have a bachelor's degree Be enrolled in an alternate certification program Having a local certification gives Borger ISD an advantage in that we can hire highly qualified individuals and take them off the market before they are hired by other districts.  Michael Cano, Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services explains, “Before becoming a DOI, we lost out on hiring many qualified candidates because they did not have a Texas state certification.  With local certification, we have been able to hire some highly qualified people before another district takes them off the market.” One of these exceptional hires was Head Boys' Basketball Coach Mark Laird.  He has taught high school in another state and coached at the college level, but he did not have his Texas teaching certificate.  Through this process, Borger ISD was able to hire a great educator quickly and he can work on his state certification while making a huge impact on Borger students.      The district provides a lot of support for local certification hires, as we do all new hires, as they work through the process.  Starting with New Teacher Bootcamp, teachers are provided with a good foundation.  Amy Blansett, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction and DeDe Conaway, District Instructional Leader, give an overview of BISD’s instructional practices.  They learn and discuss TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills), lesson planning, and best practices for each lesson, each day!  Throughout the year, campuses will continue to support all teachers in these and other topics to ensure the best classroom instruction for our students.  Each local certification teacher receives an experienced mentor at their campus. They also receive coaching through campus instructional liaisons and district instructional coaches.    Another stellar hire from this year is Madia Montoya, who was hired as a Spanish instructor and cheer sponsor at Borger High School.   Spanish teachers are very hard to come by, so administrators were very excited to find a qualified candidate and bring her aboard. Madia explains more about the process, “I am currently in the PACE program for WT which is a teacher certification program. To get into this program, I had to take the PACT exam, for me since I am teaching Spanish, I had to take the LOTE Spanish EC-12. After I passed my LOTE exam, I got into the PACE program and I now have about a year to finish the modules for that certification and take the PPR exam, which is basically the last step to get an actual teacher certification. This program has been very beneficial for me, particularly since I did not go through traditional student teaching in college. Though I do not have my certification yet, I do have a chance to get my teaching experience, take my time to get my certification without feeling rushed, and get paid as a teacher while I work on my certification, which to me has been life-changing.”   The full District of Innovation Plan can be viewed on the district website.    
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Aug 16, 2023 at 2:04 PM
The Velma Freeman Gillespie and Zelma Freeman Root Foundation was established in 1995 by Mrs. Gillespie’s family to honor a deserving teacher at the end of each school year.  Velma Freeman Gillespie and Zelma Freeman Root were twin sisters who both taught in the Borger ISD system for over twenty-five years each.  Mrs. Root came to Borger in 1944. Mrs. Gillespie came to visit her from Arkansas in 1946 and never went back. Mrs. Gillespie taught in Borger Junior High School for 25 years.  Mrs. Root taught at Borger High School for 26 years.  Both retired in 1971.  After retiring from BISD, Zelma Root taught at Frank Phillips Junior College for five years.  Mrs. Gillespie had two sons, Dr. Hamp Gillespie and Dr. Mike Gillespie, who both graduated from Borger Independent School District.  After Velma Gillespie passed away in October 1994, her sons wanted to honor their mother and aunt by establishing the foundation.   The award is given to a deserving teacher in the academic field who possesses the following:  A concern for students and the capability to inspire them The ability and willingness to work cooperatively with colleagues A drive to initiate activities that improve instruction for students An ability to work effectively with different groups in the community The desire to stay informed of current educational theories and practices An ability and willingness to make meaningful contributions to education Examples of innovations started in the nominees’ classrooms.  The 2022-2023 campus nominees included:  Ireland Wagner, Borger High School; Veronica Davis, Paul Belton Elementary; Denise Mongold, Gateway Elementary; Cynthia Hipolito, Borger Intermediate School; Rachel Sandoval, Borger Middle School, and Cynthia Gutierrez, Crockett Elementary.  This year, the Root-Gillespie Award went to Cynthia Gutierrez, a fourth-grade teacher at Crockett Elementary.  She will receive $750 to spend in her classroom. Each campus nominee will receive $250 for their classroom.   This is an excerpt from her nomination form, “Mrs. G, as her students so lovingly refer to her, does not work or serve for awards or accolades, but simply to inspire and impact her students and fellow teachers. The welcoming atmosphere in her room is felt as soon as you enter it and perhaps one of her greatest achievements, year after year, is the strong and genuine relationships she builds with her students.  She has perfected the practices of being fair, firm and maintaining a positive relationship with students and their families.  Cynthia works hard to build fortified relationships with her students.  In addition to this, she holds students to high standards and is known to be tough on them at times. However, they know that she is doing it because she genuinely cares about them and wants them to succeed.  The students trust her to listen to their concerns, provide them with sound advice, and offer a hug when they need one. Evidence of student appreciation is seen in their desire to refrain from any disrespect or misbehavior toward her.” Congratulations to Mrs. Gutierrez and thank you for your service!            
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Aug 08, 2023 at 11:42 AM
Since 1969, the Texas Teacher of the Year Program (TOY) has honored excellence in classroom education and provided a forum to showcase many outstanding educators whose efforts and example have inspired their students, their colleagues, and the communities they serve.  Texas Teacher of the Year is the highest honor that the State of Texas can bestow upon a teacher.  Facilitated by the Texas Association of School Administrators, the Texas Teacher of the Year Program annually recognizes and rewards teachers who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and excellence in teaching. Every fall, 40 Regional Teachers of the Year are selected -- one elementary and one secondary teacher from each of Texas's 20 Education Service Center regions.  Six finalists are then chosen from among the 40 semi-finalists. After an interview, the Texas Elementary Teacher of the Year and Texas Secondary Teacher of the Year are chosen from the six finalists.  One is selected to represent the state in the National Teacher of the Year program. Borger ISD would like to congratulate their two District Nominees, Andrea Jack, Elementary Teacher of the Year 2023 Nominee, and Amanda Lewis,  Secondary Teacher of the Year 2023 Nominee.  An Administrative Committee selected Mrs. Jack and Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. Jack teaches 4th-grade math at Crockett Elementary School.  Principal Jennifer Torres and Assistant Principal Ashley McLaughlin said, “Crockett Elementary has a precious resource in 4th-grade math teacher, Andrea Jack, who is a motivating team member who has seen her students and peers through challenging times, helping them all discover their passions, potential, and pride within themselves. It is with great pleasure that we nominate Mrs. Andrea Jack as Borger Independent School District’s candidate for the TASA Elementary Teacher of the Year.”   Mrs. Lewis teaches ELA and is Instructional Liaison for ELA and History at Borger Middle School.  Principal Brandon Harris and Assistant Principal Judy Riggle said, “Mrs. Lewis has been selected as a teacher that demonstrates outstanding leadership and excellence in teaching.  This is Mrs. Lewis’s 21st year in education. For the past 15 years, she has been a vital part of BMS as a leader, a mentor, a student advocate, and an excellent teacher.  Her dedication and hard work are valued by colleagues, students, and parents.”                  
Posted by rebecca.calder  On May 05, 2023 at 1:13 PM
Our students are amazing! Out of 49 schools, Borger High School placed 4th in the region at the UIL academic meet! That placement was obtained from cumulative points earned when a student places 1st-6th in their event.  We are proud of BHS and these incredible students.  These students and their coaches worked hard all year to make our high school and our community proud.  Go Bulldogs!!   The results are as follows:   Calculator:  Michaela Horst 2nd (state qualifier) Benjamin Madden 3rd (state qualifier) Hannah Horst 6th Leif Nelson 37th 1st place team- state qualifying team   Mathematics: Michaela Horst 2nd (state qualifier) Aaron Elliott 5th Leif Nelson 12th Joshua Drake 24th 2nd place team    Social Studies: Jaxon Moore 5th Matt Bair 6th Daniel Darnell 8th Alex Shepherd 25th 2nd place team   Spelling: Benjamin Madden 2nd (state qualifier) Kensli Perales 11th Aaliyah Lujan 15th Caden Marquez 25th 3rd place team   Copy Editing: Benjamin Madden 2nd (state qualifier)   Editorial Writing: Aaliyah Lujan 1st (state qualifier)   Computer Science: Leif Nelson 4th (state alternate)   Science: Leif Nelson 6th   Number Sense: Leif Nelson 5th      
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Apr 26, 2023 at 4:07 PM
1st Grade A honor roll Jacob Aguilar Keeleigh Aguirre Tyler Allred Kimber Almanza Breelyn Amos Jaxon Arnold Brynnlee Bashor Luis Beltran Smera Bhakta Aurora Bookhultz Brielle Boston Karrington Breitenstein Quinton Brown Benson Conner Marley Contreras Ziyah Cummings Evelyn Davis  Benny De La Fuente Diar Desku Annabeth Ellis Greyson Escobar Lyliah Freeman Ava Garcia Parker Gray Jaycob Griffin Daniela Guerrero Munoz Oliver Haney Tailee Hansen Alann Harlan Bret Hays Amelia Helms Jared Hernandez Ryleigh Hill Ivan Iabarra Kaiden Jacob Abriella Jarrett Hunter Jenkins Brooke Kamp Jaxzon Kerr Thomas Lefler Lawson Lewis Brittany Macias-Reyes Maria Mariscal Amily Marquez Antonio Martinez Penelope Martinez Shaelyn Martinez Marley McCarty Colt McCauley River McGraw Ariela Medina Sofia Morales Eva Munoz Brianna Nava Isabella Oquendo Roberto Pacheco Jasmine Parra Catelaiya Phillips Rogelio Pimentel Michael Plumley Easton Poudrier Sofia Preas Jennessy Ramos Maddox Rangel Jessie Ratliff Elizabeth Rebolloso Eliza Rodriguez Eva Rodriguez Micaiah Rodriguez Aria Sandoval Jayleen Saucedo Samuel Saxon Shiloh Speed MaKenzie Summit Lynlee Thompson Xlianna Villalobos Elijah White Sawyer White Chase Wilson Robert Winter 2nd grade A honor roll Lily Atkinson Braxton Barron Robert Bradley Brooks Brancheau Blaze Burke Valeria Castanon Logan Cauthon Cooper Clark MaLeigha Cooper Jordyn Dean Ezmeray Delgado Hazel Denton Emma Dikes Ronin Figer Adalee Fox Victoria Garcia Dylan Gill Alina Haines Jakob Harris MCkenzie Hedrick Lilly Henderson Jorge Holguin Lainey Holland Hunter Jones Alice Klause Malik Lewis Neydelin Longoria Briley McDaniel Loralei Mervyn Kaytlynn Mitchell Jayleen Munoz Sloane Neill Nia atel Emberlynn Perryman Kason Phillips Skylar Pitts Brooklyn Poe Addison Price Henry Radzavich Jasmine Rangel Hudson Reed Abigail Roblez Nicholas Rodela Jayden Rodriguez Sydney Rodriguez Mia Seegovia Kylie Tederman McComb Aiden Teran Lane Thompson Mia Bella Todaro Jude Tucker Mariah Villanueva Richard Ward Annie Washer Kaiser Williams Norah Williams 1st grade AB honor roll Aiden Alcantar Jacob Bell Azalea Benavidez Joshua Chafin Grayson Charlton Iker Chavez Mackenzie Cooper Penelope Cordero Alexandra Dean Evaney Delgado Akshaj Doraj Abraham Escobar Kaydenn Escobar Hannah Fetterolf Jameis Florer Ciel Gayton Jaylee Gloria Daniel Gomez Penelope Gonzalez Anthony Hammack Lillie Hartle Jaice Haynes Emily Heard Amity Heredia Bailey Holtman Jaxson Hudson Damien Kemp Harvey Lee Avery Lopez Jorlett Lopez Jayden Luna Wyspir Magenot Saydee Malinowski Jazmin Martinez Alistar Matteson Chance McDowell Harley McGee Jackson Mills Isidro Miramontes Aziel Morales Jetzel Morales Khira Morris Kayden Murphy Brycen Noble Kallie Norman Santiago Ocampo Miguel Padilla Perez Haylie Petty Killian Piedra Lelynn Ratliff Michael Riggall Emery Rios Athena Rodriguez Jett Rodriguez Joseph-Louis Rodriguez Shaydn Roller Serenity Sanchez Jovan Sarinana Trez’niquie Scott Adriel Serrano Hadley Thomas Taylee Todd William Ward Beckham Watson Kyler Whitfield Braxton Young Keegan Young 2nd grade AB honor roll Rodrigo Adame Echibarria Chloe Balbuena Braxton Baum Atreyu Baum Emma Benavidez Ravynn Blasi Chelayzia Booker BethLynn Brewster Alejanea Broom Davian Byrum Anslee Calder Braylen Casey Jaiden Castro Ventura Paula Chairez Skylar Charlton Nolan Collie Helen Collins Dominic Compean Ava Conlee Lacelynn Dean Isabella De Angelo Angel Diaz Adam Easley Andrea Elizalde Sofia Escobar Giovanni Felan-Eakins Jovani Fernandez Aleilah Garza-Reyes Sadie Geraldizo Haddleih Guillot Beatrice Harris Gabrielle Harris Jazmyn Haynes Emerson Head Quincy Henderson Hayden Hernandez Marley Hernandez Emmanuel Hutcherson Zariah Jarrett Mariah Johnson Arianna Juarez Arianna Keeling Jordyn Kerr Brody Keys Paizlee Larson Paisley Lilley Auden Lujan Misael Madrid Aubree Madrigal Ysabella Martinez Raemi Matta Owen McDonald Caden Meeks Kayson Merharg Diego Mendoza Jailani Mendoza Isaac Miramontes Joel Morales Cire Munoz Adalinee Murillo Escobar Mackynzie Oquendo Alondra Ornelas Guliana Padilla Nirvan Patel Clara Payne Naya Perez Penelope Perez KylaMyka Piland Linda Pina Noah Ponce Eric Ramirez Jasper Rector Jane Riggall Seraphine Rivera Saul Rojo Kallee Rosebrugh Kasen Saenz Kane Salinas Iris Sanchez Cole Schumacher Cal Simmons Berlee Sisneros Briggs Smith Gloria Tederman Elianna Vass Eva Webb Braelee Whitmire Payson Yohn
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Apr 26, 2023 at 3:03 PM
  7th Grade Amburn Dakota Bishop Sebastian Braden Tyler Broom Tavion Bryan Easton Chacon Mendoza Daisy Curammeng Yuwan Yael De La Rosa Aaliah Drake Brooklyn East Izabella Fernandez Aliyah Garcia Miclyn Goodale Kaplan Hernandez Elijah Holland Leah Holland Lexi Ibarra Aylin Jordan Axeley Joyce Joshua Ledet Zayne Lewis Izabella Lovato Lex Loya Saydi Patterson Lynnlee Pena Mariana Phillips Taylor Raines Colin Ramos Iker Rodriguez Sophie Rosebrugh Jaymee Schneck Madison Scroggs Rhett                                                                                                        Steger Seth Sylvia Lucia Tovar Valdez Kimberly Vasquez Lunden Williams Taraji Yankee Kylee M   Eighth Grade   Breedlove Lila Cervantes Victor Farmer Easton Holt Mollie Kindy Brinlee Luna Javian Mitchell Ashton Morales Christina Ogans Madison Porterfield Mason Ramos Jessie Reinhart Addelyn Salinas Alexa Stevens Joanna  
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Apr 26, 2023 at 2:50 PM
UIL Academic and Speech District Results March 24-25, 2023   Accounting—    Michaela Horst—5th tie    Hannah Horst—10th    Aimoree Stevens—9th    Laura Diaz—14th 2nd Place Team   Calculator Apps—    Michaela Horst—1st    Benjamin Madden—4th    Hannah Horst—5th    Leif Nelson—6th    Josh Drake—9th    Xavier Hernandez—24th 1st Place Team—Advancing to Regionals   Computer Apps—    Matthew Myers—4th—Regional Alternate    Aaliyah Lujan—7th    Makaylee Adame—8th   Computer Science—    Leif Nelson—3rd—Advancing to Regionals    Kyle Garzon—14th    Kaden Yarbrough—17th 2nd Place Team   Copy Editing—    Benjamin Madden—1st—Advancing to Regionals    Kyla Holt—2nd—Advancing to Regionals   Current Issues & Events—    Travis Cross—22nd   Editorial Writing—    Aaliyah Lujan—1st—Advancing to Regionals    Clairissa Villescaz—4th—Regional Alternate     Feature Writing—    Kyla Holt—1st—Advancing to Regionals   Headline Writing—    Benjamin Madden—3rd—Advancing to Regionals   Literary Criticism—    Marcelyn Mervyn—6th   Mathematics—    Leif Nelson—1st—Advancing to Regionals    Aaron Elliott—5th    Michaela Horst—6th       Natalie Clark—22nd    Josh Drake—31st 2nd Place Team   News Writing—    Kyla Holt—6th Place   Number Sense—    Aaron Elliott—2nd    Benjamin Madden—3rd place tie    Leif Nelson—9th    Natalie Clark—15th    Josh Drake—21st 1st Place Team—Advancing to Regionals   Ready Writing—    Aimoree Stevens—4th—Regional Alternate   Science—    Leif Nelson—2nd—Advancing to Regionals    Marcus Martinez—4th—Regional Alternate    Payton Reinhart—10th    Xavier Hernandez—13th    Matt Bair—15th 2nd Place Team         Top Biology Score—              Leif Nelson—1st--Advancing to Regionals              Marcus Martinez—2nd—Advancing to Regionals         Top Chemistry Score—             Leif Nelson—4th—Regional Alternate         Top Physics Score—Leif Nelson—1st—Advancing to Regionals Social Studies—    Jaxon Moore—2nd—Advancing to Regionals    Matthew Bair—8th    Daniel Darnell—9th    Alexandria Sheppard—11th    Kevin Bair—13th    Aimoree Stevens—22nd 2nd Place Team   Spelling & Vocabulary—    Benjamin Madden—1st    Kensli Peralez—3rd    Aaliyah Lujan—5th    Caden Marquez—10th    Brynleigh Hays—19th    Monica Valenzuela—15th 1st Place Team—Advancing to Regionals     Speech—             Poetry—                Kyla Holt—1st—Advancing to Regionals                Richard Alejandro—8th               Informative Speaking—                Kyla Holt—2nd—Advancing to Regionals                Brandon Day—5th               Lincoln-Douglas Debate—                Maddox Dowling—5th               Persuasive Speaking—                 Maddox Dowling—3rd—Advancing to Regionals   Overall Journalism Team—      Borger—2nd Place   Overall Speech Team—      Borger—3rd Place   Overall District Winner—      Borger—2nd Place    CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL STUDENTS AND COACHES AND GOOD LUCK AT REGIONALS!
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Mar 27, 2023 at 11:18 AM
7th-grade  Barba Emma Bishop Sebastian Braden Tyler Broom Tavion Bryan Easton Chacon Mendoza Daisy Cosper Ashley Curammeng Yuwan De La Rosa Aaliah Dowling Jericho Drake Brooklyn East Izabella Fernandez Aliyah Figer Kindyn Francis Tateum Garcia Miclyn Goodale Kaplan Harris Ivianna Hazelwood Nevaeh Hernandez Elijah Hill Cailer Hodges Garrett Holland Leah Holland Lexi House Jonah Hughes Mason Ibarra Aylin Jordan Axeley Joyce Joshua Ledet Zayne Lewis Izabella Lovato Lex Loya Saydi Luckey Olaysia Madrid Dayana Morin Donald Patterson Lynnlee Pena Mariana Phillips Taylor Raines Colin Ramos Iker Ream Kaitlynn Reyes Juan Rivers Lynley Rodriguez Sophie Rosebrugh Jaymee Schneck Madison Scroggs Rhett Steger Seth Sylvia Lucia Tharp Bryan Tremillo Madison Turner Kaija Vasquez Ailey Wetzel Talia Williams Taraji Yankee Kylee Yeager Addison 8th-grade Allred Alexander Breedlove Lila Farmer Easton Holt Mollie Hunter Anna Kindy Brinlee Lewter Hagen Lopez Zachariah Luna Javian Marquez Camila Martinez Mariana Mitchell Ashton Porterfield Mason Ramos Jessie Reinhart Addelyn Rodriguez Kayla Rodriguez Neriah Salinas Alexa Small Alexis Stevens Joanna
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Mar 07, 2023 at 8:55 AM
First-Grade All As Aguilar Jacob Aguirre Keeleigh Allred Tyler Almanza Kimber Amos Breelyn Bashor Brynnlee Beltran Luis Bhakta Smera Boston Brielle Breitenstein Karrington Conner Benson Contreras Marley Cooper Baylee Cummings Ziyah Davis Evelyn De La Fuente Benny Ellis Annabeth Freeman Lyliah Griffin Jaycob Hansen Tailee Helms Amelia Hill Ryleigh Jacob Kaiden Jarrett Abriella Jenkins Hunter Kemp Brooke Kerr Jaxson Lefler Thomas Lewis Lawson Marquez Emily Martinez Antonio Martinez Penelope Martinez Shaelyn McCarty Marley McCauley Colt Medina Ariela Morales Sofia Munoz Eva Nava Brianna Oquendo Isabella Pacheco Roberto Plumley Michael Poudrier Easton Preas Sofia Ramos Jennessy Ratliff Jessie Rebolloso Elizabeth Rodriguez Eliza Rodriguez Eva Rodriguez Micaiah Roller Shadyn Sandoval Aria Saxon Samuel Speed Shiloh Thomas Hadley Thompson Lynlee White Sawyer 2nd-Grade All As Bradley Robert Brancheau Brooks Cauthon Logan Collie Nolan Collins Helen Conlee Ava Cooper Casen Denton Hazel Dikes Emma Elizalde Andrea Figer Ronin Fox Adalee Haines Alina Harris Jakob Hedrick Mckenzie Holguin Jorge Jarrett Zariah Longoria Neydelin Matta Raemi Mervyn Loralei Neill Sloane Phillips Kason Pitts Skylar Poe Brooklyn Ponce Noah Rodela Nicholas Segovia Mia  Tederman McComb Kylie Thompson Lane Vass Elianna Washer Annie Williams Norah 1st-grade AB Honor Roll Alcantar Aiden Alvidrez Elden Arnold Jaxon Bell Jacob Benavidez Azalea Bookhultz Aurora Brown Quinton Chafin Joshua Charlton Grayson Chavez Iker Cooper Mackenzie Coratti Karly Cordero Penelope Delgado Evaney Desku Diar Escobar Abraham Escobar Greyson Evans Colton Florer Jameis Garcia Ava Gaytan Ciel Gloria Jaylee Gomez Daniel Gonzales Brooklynn Gray Parker Guerrero Munoz Daniela Haggard Zaeley Hammack Anthony Haynes Jaice Hays Bret Heard Emily Heredia Amity Hernandez Jared Holtman Bailey Hudson Jaxson Ibarra Ivan Kemp Damien Lopez Avery Macias-Reyes Brittany Magenot Wyspir Malinowski Saydee Mariscal Maria Martinez Jazmin Matteson Alistair McDowell Chance McGee Harley Mcgraw River Mills Jackson Miramontes Isidro Morales Jetzel Murphy Kayden Noble Brycen Norman Kallie Ocampo Santiago Padilla Perez Miguel Parra Jasmine Phillips Catelaiya Piedra Alijah Piedra Killian Pimentel Rogelio Rangel Maddox Ratliff Lelynn Reyes Tatiana Riggall Michael Rios Emery Rodriguez Jett Rodriguez Joseph-Louis Sanchez Serenity Saucedo Jayleen Scott Trez'niquie Serrano Adriel Summit MaKenzie Todd Taylee Villalobos Xlianna Ward William Watson Beckham White Elijah Wilson Chase Winter Robert Young Braxton Young Keegan 2nd-Grade AB Atkinson Lily Balbuena Chloe Barron Braxton Baum Braxton Baze Atreyu Bedrick Noah Benavidez Emma Burke Blaze Calder Anslee Castanon Valeria Castro Ventura Jaiden Chairez Paula Charlton Skylar Clark Cooper Cooper MaLeigha Dean Jordyn Delgado Ezmeray Easley Adam Escobar Sofia Garcia Victoria Garza-Reyes Aleilah Gill Dylan Harris Gabrielle Haynes Jazmyn Head Emerson Henderson Lilly Henderson Quincy Hernandez Hayden Hernandez Marley Holland Lainey Hutcherson Emmanuel Johnson Mariah Jones Hunter Keeling Arianna Kerr Jordyn Keys Brody Klause Alice Larson Paizlee Lewis Malik Lilley Paisley Lujan Auden Madrigal Aubree McDaniel Briley Mendoza Diego Mendoza Jailani Miramontes Isaac Mitchell Kaytlynn Munoz Cire Munoz Jayleen Ornelas Alondra Patel Nia Patel Nirvan Perez Naya Perez Penelope Perryman EmberLynn Piland KylaMyka Price Addison Ramirez Eric Rector Jasper Reed Hudson Rivera Seraphine Roblez Abigail Rodriguez Jayden Rodriguez Sydney Rosebrugh Kallee Saenz Kasen Salinas Kane Sanchez Iris Schumacher Cole Segovia Mia Simmons Cal Sisneros Berklee Smith Briggs Tederman Gloria Todaro Mia Tucker Jude Villanueva Mariah Vinyard Billy Ward Richard Webb Eva Whitmire Braelee Williams Kaiser Yohn Payson
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Mar 07, 2023 at 7:47 AM
 3rd-Grade June Atkinson  Kade Coratti  Emery Cosper  Raind De Guzman  Niyah Figer  Kinzley Foster  Bentlee Jackson  Cesar Martinez  Lorenzo Martinez  James Mears  Brody Overall   Scout Sessions  Aaron Smith  Maverick Adcock  Rachelle Allred  Leonardo Alvarez  Zamayra Amaro  Katelyn Archer  Blair Baker  Jorge Balderas  Neveah Benton  Samuel Berry   Emiliano Bishop  Colton Boyd  Yzabel Bravo  Shawn Calkins  Allison Campos  Renee Carbajal  Hazel Cardenas  Jesus Celaya  Laken Clawson  Aaliyah Clement   Emersyn Contreras  Tinley Davis  Carter Deschaines  Adalyn Ellis  Taylyn Ellis  Catieryn Escobar  Azailey Fernandez  Isabella Fernandez  Avis Fesser  Valencia Garcia   Harmoni Haines  Trevin Head  Mikayla Hernandez   Camdyn Holland  Ashlyn Howell  Kannin Hudson  Lillianna Hutcherson  Julian Jimenez  Casey Jinkins  Jaymena Jones  Billy Knott  Kylie Labra  Penelope Lambdin  Fayth Landrum  Ashley Maldonado Zamora  Victoria Mariscal   Liam Marshall  Angel Martinez  Noah Martinez  Allie McCarty  Jayvion McGee-Hughes  Uriel Mojica  Benjimin Munoz  Ryan Murphy   Gunner Nelson  Dawson Overall   Damien Paslay  Abcde Perez  Audriee Pointer  Taisia Poudrier  Jesus Quinonez  Jayln Ralls  Cooper Ramirez  Quaid Riggle  Gretel Rios  Franco Rocha  Thomas Rodgers  Genesis Rodriguez  Gaege Rogers  Aaron Salinas  Rodrigo Sianez  River Smith  Jasper Speed  Tenlee Stegall  Anabel Terrazas  Rayden Trejo  Alexis Varela  Aiden Villa   Levi Villegas  Joshua Wagner  Madilynn White   Hanna Zamora Rivera  Allys Zanardi     4th-grade Camila Adame   Leslie Alexander  Ryker Anderson  Guillermo Bravo  Sophia Brown  Uriel Castro  Aisley Cooper  Colton Cooper  Banupriya Drake  Gabriella East  Haven Fesser  Grace Fleming  Zuriah Flores  Eli Garcia  Marlene Garcia  Armanie Garza  Maci George  Callen Goicoechea  Breckyn Hamilton  Maggie Hardin  Apolinar Heredia  Genesis Hillyer  Mia Jimenez Rodriguez  Brenna Joyce  Artey Juarez  Aubrey Larmon  Collins Lewis  Madelyn Lewis  Alec Lopez  Zamantha Madrid  James Marshall   Kamdyn McKinnis  Joslynn Mendez  Adelynn Monarrez  Jade Munoz  Bennett Neill  Kyler Noble  Hadlee Pender  Cole Phillips  Emma Porras  Carson Putts  Jaela Raines  Cruz Ramos  Adalee Rangel  Hannah Rodriguez  Cyrus Shoushtari Sabti  Cy Simmons  Aaryia Tabor  Jackson Tucker  Zade Vasquez  Karter Vigueria   Izabel Villezcas  Sophia Villezcas  Brynlee Wright   Jocelyn Aguilar  Brady Brancheau  Eian Bravo  Gentry Cave  Peyton Dikes  Mary Fox  Genesis Garcia  Ximena Guerrero Munoz  Hunter Holland  Korbin Keeney  Ava Martinez  Bella Perez  Hagen Roller   Santiago Terrazas  Luke Thompson  Aria Wallace  
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Mar 06, 2023 at 1:38 PM
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