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Hutchinson county stock show results for Borger FFA –  (middle School is underlined)    Goats   Morgan Malinowski 2nd and 3rd place  Olivia Munoz 3rd place  Shaylee Rosebrugh 3rd place and Junior showmanship  Jaymee Rosebrugh 1st and 2nd place also won Grand Champion goat  Sheep   Taylor Ireland 1st and 4th place also won senior showmanship  Jasmine Morado 3rd place  Kenadie Kurts 2nd place   Annie Juarez 2nd place  Walker martin 2nd place  Arianna Hipolito 1st place and reserve grand lamb  Emma Gutierrez 3rd place  Olivia Munoz 1st place and grand champion lamb and junior showmanship  Cattle   Taylor Ireland 4th place heifer   Julian Garcia 3rd place steer   Quaid Trolinger 2nd place steer and senior showmanship  Swine  Baylei Lewter 1st place berk and breed champion berk and 3rd place York  Caysn Pittillo 4th place duroc  Emma Gutierrez 1st place duroc also 2nd place cross  Shaylee Rosebrugh 3rd place duroc 3rd place hamp 4th place cross  Jaymee Rosebrugh 1st and 2nd place duroc also reserve breed duroc 2nd place hamp and 2nd place cross  Olivia Munoz 2nd place hamp and 5th place cross  Annie Juarez 2nd place hamp  Caleb Dixon 1st place York and 3rd place cross  Berklei Lewter 1st place hamp and 2nd place cross  Hagen Lewter 2nd and 5th place cross  Keely Ireland 1st and 6th place cross  Taegan Potts 4th and 5th place cross  Peyton earls 6th and 9th place cross  Austin coffee 4th and 8th place cross  Emily Broom 6th place cross   Walker Martin 4th place cross  Katie Hataway 3rd place hamp and 2nd place cross   Ryan Yankee 3rd place cross  Zane Wicker 5th place cross  Kynlee Mitchell 7th place cross     
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Jan 14, 2022 at 10:13 AM
  
Bulldog Boys Wrestling participated in the 2022 Hereford Rumble Jan 7-8. The Bulldogs placed 26th overall in the team standings. Individual results: Hayden Phillips-20th in the 132 weight class Korbyn Gibson-13th in the 160 weight class Greg Fulton-20th in the 170 weight class J.D. Keeney-23rd in the 182 weight class Andrew Welch-19th in the 285 weight class  
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Jan 10, 2022 at 8:57 AM
  
The Borger Lady Bulldogs participated in the 21st Annual Lady Horns Classic at Caprock High School in Amarillo Jan 7-8. The Lady Bulldogs finished 19th overall in the team standings. Julia Stevens placed 3rd in the 119 division of the Silver bracket. Sianna Smith placed 1st in the 138 division of the Bronze bracket. Eva Chavez placed 5th in the 148 division of the Orange bracket. Brianna Maestas placed 5th in the 165 division of the Silver bracket. Arianna Maestas placed 3rd in the 215 division of the Gold bracket.
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Jan 10, 2022 at 8:51 AM
  
5th Grade A Honor Roll Xachary Baker Bryson Calder Kahlyn Cole Julian Escontrias Prayden Lakey Mar Marquez Amelia Mervyn Atlynn Raines Hadley Reed Rayna Rodriguez Harper Watson   6th Grade A Honor Roll Sebastian Bishop Tyler Braden Olyvia Bradley Tavion Broom Easton Bryan Phoebe Cordell Ashley Cosper Daniel Costilla Ava Curtis Jericho Dowling Brooklyn Drake Aliyah Fernandez Kindyn Figer Tateum Francis Miclyn Garcia Paola Gonzalez Leah Holland Harlie Howell Aylin Ibarra Joshua Joyce Cheyanne Lantz Zayne Ledet Dayana Madrid Alyssa Magana Tatum Moore Donald Morin Natali Muro Esquivel Jaden Orona Lilah Orozco Taylor Phillips August Piland Taylor Potts Braleigh Powers Colin Raines Iker Ramos Sophie Rodriguez Jaymee Rosebrugh Madison Schneck Aribella Silvas Bryan Tharp Kaija Turner Ailey Vasquez Ryna Webb Taraji Williams Kylee Yankee  
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Oct 26, 2021 at 10:09 AM
  
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Posted by rebecca.calder  On Oct 21, 2021 at 8:39 AM
  
The Karla Florer, the Florer family and relatives generously donated $6,500 in remembrance of Jarrod Florer, Dale Florer, Kathy Thompson, Karl V. Karlin and Mary Ann Garcia to be spent on books for the Gateway/Crockett Library. All were avid readers, and their legacy will live on through the pages of 2,302 books that have been purchased through their donations which began 14 years ago. This year not only will many additional library books be purchased, but the Florer Family has also graciously agreed to fund next year’s Battle of the Books program! Borger ISD is very appreciative of the Florer Family and their continued support of our Bulldog Readers! We know these books have and will continue to inspire many students.
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Oct 15, 2021 at 11:02 AM
  
Third Grade A Honor Roll             Aguilar Jocelyn Brancheau Brady Carmona Jeremiah Cave Gentry Crawford Russell Dikes Peyton East Gabriella Edwards Caiden Fox Mary Garcia Eli Gibbs Blayze Guerrero Munoz Ximena Hardin Maggie Holland Hunter Lewis Madelyn Martinez Ava Phillips Cole Roller Hagen Shoushtari Sabti Cyrus Terrazas Santiago   Fourth-Grade A Honor Roll                       Allen Zayden Aragon Emberleigh Beaty Luke Cano Bentley Dean Hayden DeHerrera Chloe Diaz McKenzy Englund Emma Esqueda Oscar Farmer Easton Farmer Jameson Garcia Angel Hernandez Robert Hodges Quinones Zabrina Johnson Ryan Lucero William Mears Landry Mendoza Jaidrien Michaels Dixie Moreno Esli Munoz Aaliyah Orand Emma Piedra Karlee Quinonez Dayana Rodriguez Julian Rodriguez Samuel Sanders Creidence Schneck Guy Schroeder Micah Sisneros Jade Stevens Joey Warren Londyn West Taya     Third-grade AB Honor Roll               Alexander Leslie Barnhart Annalynn Belflower Kizzie Berry Samuel Bravo Eian Bravo Guillermo Brown Brinley Brown Sophia Cano Francisco Castro Uriel Cepeda Aaron Cooper Aisley Cooper James Diaz Aleiah Drake Banupriya Eddins Kynlee Elizondo Slayde Fesser Haven Fleming Grace Flores Dominik Flores Zuriah Garcia Diego Garcia Esmeralda Garcia Genesis Gardner James Garza Armanie George Maci Hamilton Breckyn Heredia Apolinar Juarez Artey Keeney Korbin Lewis Collins Lira Ariana Lognion Ariah Lopez Jacob Loyd Scarlett Marshall James McKinnis Kamdyn Mendez Joslynn Mendoza Julio Morales Martinez Jose Munoz Jade Neill Bennett Noble Kyler Perez Bella Purdy Emma Putts Carson Raines Jaela Ramirez Hector Ramos Cruz Rangel Adalee Reasor Jacob Rodriguez Hannah Sanchez Kaelyn Sanchez-Carrasco Chantal Segovia Isaiah Simmons Cy Smith Jaxon Smith Shawn Story Rosabella Surges Katharine Thompson Luke Tucker Jackson Valeriano Ramon Vigueria Karter Villezcas Izabel Wallace Presley Weiss Raymond Wetzel Ariana                 Fourth-grade AB Honor Roll                           Adame Miguel Aiken Jericho Allen MyLen Amaya Sussana Arguello Ian Baum Skylar Benavidez Xayden Brown McKenna Brown William Brown Zane Bruce LaShawn Burns-Moore Elizabeth Calderon Ashton Charlton Kyler Chavez Moreno Gala Chavoya Joziah Cook Sophie Dena Oscar Diaz Mireya Dickens Miracle Drake Magalakshmi Figer Talyn Fontenot Bentley Garcia Isaac Garcia Maria Golden Kamryn Gonzalez Gianna Gorman Caitlyn Guillen Julian Haney Paisley Henderson Oakley Hernandez Adolfo Hill Caylea Holguin Adiani Horst Callie Hudson Kaylor Jackson Baylee Johnson Garret Joseph TroyShawn Keeling Summer Kemp Launa Kinney Nevaeh Knoll Keyanna Landrum Alissya Lara Eyan Lara Joanna Lewis Abrii Lopez Sadie Lovato Lea Luckey Ja'zaeih Luna Taylen Martinez Lizette Matteson Jayden Mayberry Alexander McGraw Willow McWilliams Taytum Mitchell Taytum Morales Natalia Moreno Raiden Muro Esquivel Karla Muro Esquivel Yessica Nail Tinsly Nelson Anders Orand Dylan Pacheco Sophia Payne Emma Perez Magallanes Emily Porras Izaiah Ramirez Sophia Reyna Olivia   Rice Candace   Rivera Julian   Rodriguez Cano   Sanchez Genysis   Sanchez Nicole   Saucedo Johana   Saxon Sawyer   Shedd Eliza   Shelton Kooper   Shelton Samuel   Sims Braden   Smith Ashtean   Snow Heaven   Snyder Jake   Speed Avery   Stevens Summer   Swinney Jack   Teakell Gemma   Tharp Bentley   Vazquez Liam   Villa Isaac   Ward Arielle   Watson Gage   Webb Paxton   West Brenden   Wetzel Ashlynn   Wheeler Gracie   Wheeler Tyler   Williams Lyric   Williams Sage   Wilson Berkley    
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Oct 15, 2021 at 9:04 AM
  
First-grade A Honor Roll                                         Adame Echibarria Rodrigo       Barron Braxton       Bradley Robert       Brancheau Brooks       Calder Anslee       Canchola Nicolas       Castro Ventura Jaiden       Cauthon Logan       Chavez Saints       Collie Nolan       Conlee Ava       Cooper Casen       Davis Avery       Denton Hazel       Derry Lindon       Diaz Angel       Dikes Emma       Easley Adam       Felan-Eakins Giovanni       Figer Ronin       Fox Adalee       Gill Dylan       Gonzalez Leah       Goodeagle Benjamin       Haines Alina       Harris Jakob       Head Emerson       Hedrick Mckenzie       Henderson Lilly       Hernandez Hayden       Hernandez Marley       Holguin Jorge       Holland Lainey       Hutcherson Emmanuel       Jarrett Zariah       Keys Brody       Longoria Neydelin       Meharg Kayson       Mendoza Diego       Mervyn Loralei       Mitchell Kaytlynn       Morris Dominick       Munoz Cire       Munoz Jayleen       Neill Sloane       Patel Nia       Patel Nirvan       Perez Penelope       Phillips Ian       Phillips Kason       Poe Brooklyn       Ramos Sofia       Reed Hudson       Rivera Seraphine       Roblez Abigail       Rodela Nicholas       Rodriguez Jayden       Rodriguez Sydney       Sarinana Jorge       Schumacher Cole       Segovia Mia       Simmons Cal       Smith Briggs       Tederman McComb Kylie       Teran Aiden                 Thompson Lane                 Torres Violet                 Tucker Jude                 Vass Elianna                 Vinyard Billy                 Washer Annie                 Whitmire Braelee                 Williams Kaiser                 Williams Norah                 Second-grade A Honor Roll                                                       Adame Echibarria Alexander       Adcock Maverick       Alvarez Leonardo       Archer Katelyn       Baker Blair       Balderas Jorge       Barnhart Zuri       Bravo Yzabel       Calkins Shawn       Cardenas Hazel       Celaya Jesus       Clawson Laken       Contreras Emersyn       Cook Isaiah       Coratti Kade       Cosper Emery       Davis Penelope       Davis Tinley       De Guzman Raine       Deschaines Carter       Ellis Adalynn       Fanning Charger       Fernandez Isabella       Fesser Avis       Figer Niyah       Freeman Levi       Garay Marianna       Gardner Ramsey       Gautreaux Donald       Hackett Charli       Hernandez Mikayla       Hudson Kannin       Jimenez Julian       Knott Billy       Labra He
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Oct 15, 2021 at 8:56 AM
  
Borger High School has hit an all-time high for enrollment in their dual-credit program.  For the Fall, 271 students are taking 713 classes.  This is 17% of Frank Phillips College’s entire enrollment.  Also, our students make up over 30% of FPC’s dual-credit enrollment with 271 of their 899 dual-credit students being from Borger High School. In addition, our students are taking 2,091 college credit hours which is 33.4% of all dual-credit hours being taken at FPC.  FPC has a total of 6,254 total dual-credit hours being taken by their 19 cooperating schools.  BHS is at the top of these 19 schools with 271 dual-credit students.  The next closest high school has 92 students enrolled in their dual-credit program.    In May, Borger High School will graduate our first ever Associate of Science Degrees in I & E (Instrumentation and Electrical).  Three students will graduate with this degree, with one being female.  We have 13 students on track to get their Associate of Science degree in May with three more set to finish their degree in the summer following their high school graduation.    If these students all complete their course work, BHS will have 19 graduates with associates degrees compared to the 15 students that graduated with their associates this past school year. Borger High School has also seen tremendous growth in our certification programs.  We have record numbers in all certification classes with 15 cosmetology students, 44 welding students and a combined total of 35 I&E and Process Tech students.  94 total students are working on certificates that will allow them to go directly into the workforce upon graduation.  None of this would be possible without our valuable partnerships with local industry and our local United Way, along with their partner agency Helping Hands.  Borger High School would also like to thank our superintendent and school board for their continued support of this program.  BISD pays for two college classes each semester (starting junior year) for any student wishing to enroll in dual-credit classes.  We are Borger High!
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Sep 27, 2021 at 9:05 AM
  
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:  1.     A concern for students and the capability to inspire them 2.     The ability and willingness to work cooperatively with colleagues 3.     A drive to initiate activities that improve instruction for students 4.     An ability to work effectively with different groups in the community 5.     The desire to stay informed of current educational theories and practices 6.     An ability and willingness to make meaningful contributions to education 7.     Examples of innovations started in the nominees’ classrooms.   The 2020-2021 campus nominees included:  Katie Francis, Kindergarten Instructor at Paul Belton Elementary (not pictured); Lisa Cole, First-Grade Instructor at Gateway Elementary; Angie Moran, Fourth-grade Instructor at Crockett Elementary; Jordan Boyd, Fifth-grade ELA Instructor at Borger Intermediate; Ashley McLaughlin, 8th Grade ELA Instructor at Borger Middle School and Jon Koehn, Borger High School  History Instructor and Coach. This year, the Root-Gillespie award went to Ashley McLaughlin. She will receive $750 to spend in her classroom. Each campus nominee will receive $250 for their classroom.   Along with setting up her own classroom, Mrs. McLaughlin volunteered to help teachers at BMS set up Google Classrooms, create videos and gave them support to provide instruction online and in the classroom.  Face-to-face and online attendance was a challenge last year.  Mrs. McLaughlin volunteered to keep track of the online attendance and made phone calls when students were not engaged in the online classrooms. Mrs. McLaughlin is always studying to build her craft.  She went above and beyond to learn more about the Units of Study and how to implement them in her classroom. She turned her current classroom into a reading and writing workshop.  In order to inspire boys to be more successful in the classroom, she created the 8th-grade Boys Lunch Club where students read a simple passage and played physical games and answered STAAR type questions to earn rewards.  The club started with 20 students and grew to 45 by the time for STAAR testing!    Mrs. McLaughlin was also on the site-based committee, worked with Rotary Club with the Four-Way essay contest, and volunteered by handing out backpacks at the Back to School Fair. Students know they are in a safe place when they walk into Mrs. McLaughlin’s room.  They see positive inspirational messages and a reading section with huge comfy pillows.  You will often see students going to see her for a piece of advice, a pep talk, a joke or a piece of candy.  She is also the person the staff can go to when they need a boost. Congratulations to Mrs. McLaughlin and thank you for your service! Koehn, Boyd, Moran, Cole, McLaughlin
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Aug 06, 2021 at 9:49 AM
  
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