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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
Two Borger ISD Educators to be Honored at Region 16   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 the 20 Education Service Center regions in Texas.  Six finalists are then chosen from among the 40 semi-finalists. Following an interview process, the Texas Elementary Teacher of the Year and Texas Secondary Teacher of the Year are chosen from among 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, Lisa Cole, Elementary Teacher of the Year 2021 Nominee, and Amy Earles,  Secondary Teacher of the Year 2021 Nominee.  Cole and Earles were selected by an Administrative Committee.     Lisa Cole has been a 1st-grade teacher at Gateway Elementary for 8 years. This past school year, Ms. Cole taught remote 1st graders. She provided students with an environment of learning as if they were sitting at the tables in her classroom. She has spent many hours with each student reading with them, covering math objectives and so much more. Ms. Cole has been an asset on campus by providing time for other remote teachers to come to observe her setup and process for meeting with students. She has invested so much time to ensure every meticulous detail and all materials students will need are labeled and ready for each week. Ms. Cole has also provided instruction for any student who went into quarantine and worked closely with other classroom teachers to ensure they returned to class without any time lost. She has interacted with almost 50 different students throughout this year and each one has received the same amount of attention and care. Ms. Cole has made a connection to her learners that most would not think would be possible being remote. She also has made sure students were able to participate in school events such as pictures and class parties all while respecting and adhering to social distancing guidelines. Ms. Cole did a reading challenge where her class read a total of almost 1,300 books! Gateway Principal James Russell stated, “I am truly blown away at the magnitude of learning happening in her online classroom, and to say she has gone above and beyond is an understatement. I am proud to say that Lisa Cole is a Borger ISD teacher, but take more pride that she represents Gateway Elementary!”   Mrs. Earles has been a master teacher at Borger Middle School for 15 years.   She has been on top of things from the get-go this year and has done an amazing job being a positive force on campus to students and staff. Every day in her classroom her students are diligently working hard, having great academic conversations, and doing high-level group/independent work.  Her dedicated instruction shows as her data has increased every single 6 weeks. Her students love being in her class because she has built such strong relationships with them and they definitely aim to please her with their hard work. Borger Middle School Principal Brandon Harris states, “Mrs. Earles has been an absolute ROCK this year in a time of crazy uncertainty with Covid and all of the weekly changes that came with it. BMS is the best campus because we have a rock star like her on our team! We LOVE her and appreciate everything she does for us!”      
Posted by rebecca.calder  On May 12, 2021 at 1:37 PM
Borger Intermediate School 5th Six-Weeks A Honor Roll Braden, Tyler  C Costilla, Daniel  I De La Fuente, Emi  Y Ibarra, Aylin  J Phillips, Taylor  M Powers, Braleigh  S Schneck, Madison  A Turner, Kaija  S Yankee, Kylee  M Araiza, Diego  D Breedlove, Lila  S Dickerson, Bristol  S Farmer, Easton  W Garcia, Bradley  A Holt, Mollie  B Luna, Javian  K Mitchell, Ashton  H Ogans, Madison  C Porterfield, Mason  S Williams, Blaise  G
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Apr 26, 2021 at 5:20 PM
                A Honor Roll First-Grade Adame Echibarria Alexander Adcock Maverick Apodaca Ayden Archer Katelyn Baker Blair Balderas Jorge Bishop Emiliano Boyd Colton Bravo Yzabel Celaya Jesus Clawson Laken Clement Aaliyah Cole Rachel Contreras Emersyn Coratti Kade Cosper Emery De Guzman Raine Deschaines Carter Ellis Adalynn Fernandez Isabella Fesser Avis Figer Niyah Freeman Kenleigh Freeman Levi Gardner Ramsey Hackett Charli Haines Harmoni Hernandez Mikayla Labra Hernandez Kylie Manjarrez Hernandez Ian Mariscal Chico Victoria Martinez Cesar Martinez Hananiah Martinez Lorenzo Mears James Miller Emmitt Morales Aaliyah Morales Alex Morales Niko Munoz Benjimin Muro Esquivel Linda Nelson Gunnar Ortega Bo Ortega Natalia Overall Brody Overall Dawson Parvin Makenna Pinuelas Figueroa Julio Porterfield Alex Poudrier Taisia Quinonez Jesus Ralls Jayln Ramirez Alberto Ramos Margarita Rios Brisa Rocha Franco Rodgers Thomas Salazar Abner Sanchez Frida Sarinana Jaime Sessions Scout Sianez Rodrigo Smith Aaron Stegall Tenlee Terrazas Anabel Trejo Rayden Watson Elijah White Madilynn Wilson Johnathan Second-Grade Aguilar Jocelyn Barnhart Annalynn Berry Samuel Brancheau Brady Branham Nuuanu Bravo Guillermo Brown Sophia Cano Francisco Carmona Jeremiah Castro Uriel Cave Gentry Cepeda Aaron Clawson Gavin Cooper Aisley Dikes Peyton Drake Banupriya East Gabriella Elizondo Slayde Farmer Adilynn Fox Mary Garcia Eli Garcia Genesis George Maci Guerrero Munoz Ximena Hacker Nicole Hardin Maggie Harris Jase Holland Hunter Jinkins Jaxon Johnson Van Juarez Artey Lewis Collins Lognion Ariah Lopez Alec Loyd Scarlett Marshall James Martinez Ava McKinnis Kamdyn Mendez Joslynn Mendoza Julio Miramontes Victoria Monarrez Adelynn Morales Martinez Jose Munoz Jade Neill Bennett Noble Kyler Perez Bella Phillips Cole Purdy Emma Putts Carson Quintero Ethan Raines Jaela Ramirez Hector Rangel Adalee Reasor Jacob Rodriguez Hannah Sanchez Kaelyn Simmons Cy Smith Shawn Strickland Ryder Surges Katharine Terrazas Santiago Thompson Luke Tollett Emma Villezcas Izabel Villezcas Sophia Weiss Raymond White Prince Wright Christopher AB Honor Roll First-Grade Alexander Summer Alvarez Leonardo Amaro Zamayra Barnhart Zuri Benton Nevaeh Brown Dezirae Cardenas Hazel Celaya Leon Cook Isaiah Davis Tinley Fanning Charger Fernandez Azailey Fesser Haydn Franco Zebadiah Frazee Jeremiah Garay Marianna Garcia Ava Garcia Valencia Gastelum Ariana George Mason Hoffman Colt Holland Camdyn Howell Ashlyn Hudson Kannin Hutcherson Lillianna Jackson Bentlee Jimenez Julian Jinkins Casey Knott Billy Lambeth Clayton Landrum Fayth Larsen Samuel Magallenes Ortiz Miguel Martinez Alexander Martinez Angel Martinez Noah McCarty Allie McKinney Mike'Lin Mojica Uriel Montoya Uriel Morales Aisley Morales Vanessa Munoz Emilia Murphy Ryan Nguyen Kenny Perez Abcde Perez Santiago Phillips Silas Pointer Audriee Ramirez Kinzley Rhoades Creed Riggle Quaid Rios Jaime Rodriguez Genesis Salinas Aaron Salinas Taylyn Segovia Israel Smith River Soto Bryan Strickland Kamdyn Tull Hayden Villa Aiden Villegas Levi Villescas Jocelynn Wagner Joshua Weiss Wyatt Wetzel Avery White Andrew Wilson Jon Wise Evan Wright  Zaleigh Second-Grade Adame Camila Alexander Leslie Alvarado Dalilah Baker Kenzie Bravo Eian Brown Brinley Charlton Tyson Cooper Colton Corbin Brantley Cosper Jaden Crawford Russell Diaz Aleiah Eddins Kynlee Escobar Catieryn Fesser Haven Fleming Grace Flores Zuriah Fraley Jordan Garcia Esmeralda Garcia Marlene Gardner James Gibbs Blayze Gomez Jaidyn Hamilton Breckyn Harrison Jaycelynn Hartman Kyson Hearon Nevaeh Heredia Apolinar Holguin Mata Xzayvian Huneycutt Caden Hurst Tira Jimenez Rodriguez Mia Joyce Brenna Keeney Korbin Lara Emmitt Lewis Madelyn Lira Ariana Lopez Jacob Madrid Zamantha Madrigal Ana'E Manjarrez Hernandez Lia Nugent Caitlynn Parvin Greyson Perez Mia Pointer Brooklyn Porras Emma Ramos Cruz Rivali Lestat Sainz Orlando Sanchez Jesus Sanchez Carrasco Chelino Sanchez-Carrasco Chantal Segovia Isaiah Smiley Alexander Smiley Kyvin Smith Jaxon Soria Gissel Stevens Jaken Tabor Aaryia Tucker Jackson Vargas Makayla Vasquez Zade Vigueria Karter Wallace Aniya Wallace Presley Wetzel Ariana White Freyah Young Cash                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Apr 26, 2021 at 4:23 PM
Borger Middle School  A Honor Roll  7th grade  Amaro, Lucas Breedlove, Kinlee Cano, Brooklyn Cook, Jaycee Escobar, Loryn Fike, Ansely Garcia, Callye Hawley, Lexie Henninger, Melchizedek Hernandez, Xavier Horst, Hannah Lopez, Deborah Lucero, Morgan Lumpkin, Riley Luna, Hayden Morales Solis, Michelle Nelson, Lily Nguyen, Nicholas Petitt, Jordyn Porras, Nadia   8th grade   Brisco, Realitee Buchanan, Kooper Carr, Colton Drake, Joshua Garcia, Mia Goldston, George Hunter, Arian Jennings, Breecy Mervyn, Marcelyn Mitchell, Kynlee Murga, Jorge Redd, Shelby Toliver, Jordyn Yarbrough, Kaden  
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Apr 26, 2021 at 11:29 AM
A Honor Roll Third-Grade Beaty, Luke I Chavoya, Joziah B DeHerrera, Chloe R Englund, Emma L Esqueda, Oscar C Farmer, Jameson D George, Halden T Hernandez, Robert L Johnson, Ryan R Kemp, Launa F Lucero, William O Mendoza, Jaidrien S Michaels, Dixie L Nelson, Anders G Piedra, Karlee E Reyna, Olivia L Rodriguez, Julian E Rodriguez, Samuel F Saxon, Sawyer C Schneck, Guy A Schroeder, Micah F Sims, Braden A Velasco Hernandez, Jose S Warren, Londyn N West, Taya B Wheeler, Kaden N Wilson, Matthew T Fourth-Grade Buchanan, Lanie J Calder, Bryson K Chute, Bronx C Cole, Kahlyn R Escobar, Daniel A Espinoza, Rachel B Hanna, Aiden M Henderson, Rhys C Heredia, Jayden L Hernandez, Orlando Medina, Chelsea D Mervyn, Amelia J Raines, Atlynn B Rivera, Emily N Rodriguez, Rayna R Sheets, Keren O Watson, Harper N Williams, Owen T AB Honor Roll Third-Grade Aiken, Jericho C Aragon, Emberleigh S Beaty, Luke I Bishop, Elias R Black, Kinleigh R Brown, William R Bruce, LaShawn T Calderon, Ashton B Caldwell, Teryn A Cano, Bentley M Cervantes, Elliott L Chavez Moreno, Gala I Chavez, Adalee J Chavoya, Joziah B Dean, Hayden K DeHerrera, Chloe R Dena, Oscar Drake, Magalakshmi R Elizalde, Zuisen A Englund, Emma L Esqueda, Oscar C Farmer, Jameson D Figer, Talyn C Garcia, Angel Garcia, Isaac D George, Halden T Golden, Kamryn B Grablewski, Kolton M Haney, Paisley A Henderson, Oakley M Hernandez, Adolfo A Hernandez, Robert L Hodges Quinones, Zabrina C Holguin, Adiani I Horst, Callie L Horst, Kaitlin E Johnson, Garret A Johnson, Ryan R Kemp, Launa F Knoll, Keyanna J Landrum, Alissya M Lucero, William O Luna, Taylen J Martinez, Lizette Mayberry, Alexander J McGraw, Willow M McWilliams, Taytum K Mears, Landry R Mendoza, Jaidrien S Michaels, Dixie L Mitchell, Taytum R Morales, Natalia A Moreno, Esli R Munoz, Aaliyah D Muro Esquivel, Karla Y Muro Esquivel, Yessica K Nail, Tinsly E Nelson, Anders G Nolen, Hannah R Orand, Dylan J Orand, Emma R Pacheco, Sophia E Payne, Emma G Perez Magallanes, Emily Piedra, Karlee E Pinuelas Figueroa, Joshua K Quinonez, Dayana Reyna, Olivia L Rice, Candace E Rivas, Adalee A Rivera, Julian G Rodriguez, Julian E Rodriguez, Samuel F Sanchez, Emiliano Sanchez, Genysis R Sanchez, Nicole Saxon, Sawyer C Schneck, Guy A Schroeder, Micah F Shelton, Kooper J Sims, Braden A Sisneros, Jade B Snyder, Jake B Stevens, Joey K Swinney, Jack T Tharp, Bentley L Vazquez, Liam A Velasco Hernandez, Jose S Warren, Londyn N Watson, Gage A Webb, Paxton S West, Brenden L West, Camaron E West, Taya B Wetzel, Ashlynn M Wheeler, Kaden N Williams-Huynh, Avery S Wilson, Berkley R Wilson, Matthew T Fourth-Grade Aguayo, Janessa A Aguilera, Pamela I Aragonez Mendoza, Diego Arenas, Kaydence A Baeza, Violet G Baker, Xachary E Balderas Gonzalez, Julian A Barnhart, Asa D Benavidez, Andrea J Booker, Chenea D Buchanan, Lanie J Buchanan, Rylee B Calder, Bryson K Cauthon, Xavier M Celaya, Naomi Chute, Bronx C Cole, Kahlyn R Cole, Lily A De La Fuente, Breyanna N Dominguez, Brenda E Escobar, Daniel A Escontrias, Julian Espinoza, Rachel B Francis, Kylee A Gloria, Mason M Gonzales, Sopheya J Gonzalez, Ricardo Hanna, Aiden M Hatfield, Dusty A Hawley, Jordyn P Henderson, Rhys C Heredia, Jayden L Hernandez, Orlando Hudson, Keegan Z Jenkins, Hayden G Jimenez Rodriguez, Anneliese I Johnson, Chascidi S Johnson, Morgan R Juarez, Jetzel A Keener, Gunnar A Kemp, Jade A Klotz, Braylee J Lakey, Prayden A Lambeth, Levi W Longoria, Iliana Y Lopez, Grace H Marquez, Mar Martinez, Raydavid J McKinney, Emma M McWilliams, MaKenzie J Medina, Chelsea D Mervyn, Amelia J Monta
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Apr 26, 2021 at 11:10 AM
      In 2015, after over a year of planning, Borger High School began a partnership with Frank Phillips College that would benefit many Borger students for years to come.  Borger High School students can attend FPC while still in high school and graduate with their associate degree before graduating high school through the Cohort Program at BHS.      BHS Principal Matt Ammerman said, “This program took an amazing amount of planning and cooperation between FPC and BHS prior to the program starting.”      The first cohort graduated from the program in 2017.   To date, there have been 49 students graduate from the program with 15 more slated to receive their associates degree this May.  “We are always well over the state average of students graduating with associates degrees,” stated Principal Ammerman.     One student who took advantage of this program was Kylee Ramsay, 2017 Borger High School Valedictorian.  Kylee attended Borger ISD Kindergarten-12th-grade, received her associate degree from FPC through the cohort, then she attended Missouri Southern State University for 3 years where she earned a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in psychology.  She is now attending medical school at Kansas City University.  She did all this before the age of 21!  She was able to add a minor to her undergraduate degree and still graduate in 3 years because of the associates of science degree from FPC.      Kylee credits the Cohort Program for giving her the confidence to achieve her dream.  “My education at Borger ISD helped foster my confidence in my own abilities and that no goal was too far out of reach. Cohort was a big part of that because it boosted my application when I was trying to get into the partnership program between my undergrad and the medical school. It also gave me the unique opportunity to provide input on the benefits of having peer support when going through an accelerated program.”       Kylee goes on to say, “I only realized I wanted to be a doctor when I got to high school, but I’ve always loved science. Learning about medicine never gets less exciting.”       When asked how it felt to be accepted to medical Kylee stated, “ Getting accepted into medical was simultaneously the best feeling and absolutely terrifying!”      Kylee still has a few years of school ahead of her, but with her background and determination, we know she will be a great success!  “I have 3.5 years of medical school left and many more after that.  Most days are hard, and they often compare the learning to trying to drink out of a firehose, but each new step is hard when you’re in it. I remember being so overwhelmed by the material junior year, then again, each new year in undergrad and now those things don’t seem so hard so I know that I can get through this too.”       Kylee is the daughter of Gail and Dave Ramsay.      When reflecting on the first-ever cohort at Borger High School, Associate Principal DeDe Conaway stated, “The cohort brought this group of students together, and they became like family.  It was incredible to see them love and support each other.  Kylee played a huge role in making the first-ever BHS College Cohort successful.  She truly encouraged and helped her peers that were also in the cohort.  This group of young people will always have a special place in our hearts, and they will always be remembered as the first group of students ever to graduate from BHS with a college degree.”      Borger ISD is pleased to be able to offer this program to students and hopes its’ relationship with FPC continues for many years to come!
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Feb 22, 2021 at 1:45 PM
Shania Reeves graduated from Borger High School in 2014.  After graduation, she enrolled at Texas Tech University in Lubbock and studied architecture.  She graduated with a Batchelor of Science in Architecture from Tech in December of 2019.  She is currently in her second semester of four working towards gaining her Masters in Architecture at Tech.  During the first semester of her masters, she participated in the AIA-AAH STERIS Student Design Charette Competition in a team of four representing Texas Tech and the College of Architecture.  She currently works as a Graduate Assistant and has upcoming interviews set up to begin working for a firm this summer.  She plans on gaining her architectural license after her graduation. While at Borger High School, Shania was extremely active in almost every aspect of the school.  She was in the National Honor Society.  She played soccer all four years.  She also played volleyball and ran cross country and was a cheerleader.  She participated in the Art Club having taken multiple art classes throughout high school.  Her talent in art helped her win the regional Christmas card design competition her sophomore year.   Shania also worked at Paul Belton Elementary her senior year. Shania graduated in the top ten percent of her class and graduated with 15 college hours. Shania said one of her fondest memories from high school is “scarfing down lunch so that she and her friends could go play soccer.” Borger High School is really proud of Shania and wishes her the best in her future!!!    
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Feb 18, 2021 at 9:19 AM
Borger High School Student Council would like to announce their Acts of Kindness Campaign (A-OK) that will continue throughout the remainder of the school year!  All BHS students are encouraged to perform Acts of Kindness toward their family members, peers, teachers, staff, and the people in our community.  To do this, STUCO is encouraging BHS students to come up with ideas to spread joy and kindness throughout our community.  STUCO has created campaign boards which are located in the main hallway to share ideas for Acts of Kindness.  STUCO would also like for students to report acts of kindness that they see so that these acts can inspire others to do the same.  Acts of Kindness can be reported at the 100 hall location by simply filling out a form and dropping it in a designated locker.  As the school year continues, STUCO and BHS want to encourage everyone to show kindness at every opportunity!   Pictured from left to right Borger High School Student Council:  Sponsor Jessica Washer, Kristian Swindell,  Aidan Johnston, Tamara Driedger, Cash Conaway, and Anna Madden               
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Feb 09, 2021 at 11:13 AM
On Saturday, February 6th, 25 members of the Borger High School Band in the Region 1 UIL Solo & Ensemble Contest. The contest was held at Borger High School. The Bulldog Band earned 25 “Superior” ratings and medals, as well as 3 “Excellent” ratings. The following students performed a solo on their instrument: Flute:                           Caitlyn Nguyen                                     Clarinet                        Lillie Bennett                                    Jennifer Morado   Alto Saxophone             Makaylee Adame                                     Dalin Rangel Tenor Saxophone          Mia Barraza  Trumpet                       Israel Lujan                                     Aaliyah Lujan                                     Axel Nelson                                    Leif Nelson                                    Horn                            Clay Elliott Trombone                    Kaleb Hughe  Tuba                            Grayson House   Snare Drum                  Eveline Pimentel                                     Julian Word   Marimba                       Adan Cardenas                                     Will Kuehler                                     Ben Madden The following students performed in an ensemble:                            Clarinet Trio                 Maria De la Fuente                                    Chloe Hardin                                     Mariah Martinez   Saxophone Quartet       Makaylee Adame                                   Mia Barraza                                   Paris Esquivel                                     Uriel Porras                     Trombone Trio             Kaleb Hughes                                   Landen Lasley                                   Hunter Mays As a result of their performance at this contest, twelve (12) Borger Band members earned the opportunity to represent Borger High School at the UIL State Solo and Ensemble Contest, which will be held in May. Those students are Makaylee Adame, Mia Barraza, Uriel Porras, Paris Esquivel, Axel Nelson, Kaleb Hughes, Landen Lasley, Hunter Mays, Julian Word, Adan Cardenas, Will Kuehler, and Ben Madden. Good luck to the students advancing to State, and congratulations to all the students that participated in Solo & Ensemble. You represented yourselves and Borger High School well! 
Posted by rebecca.calder  On Feb 08, 2021 at 10:56 AM
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