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Visitors flock to school week activities

Science night winners listed at junior-high


One of the week’s most well-attended events was the grandparents breakfast in the intermediate cafeteria on Friday morning. 
Photos by Mike Brown and Cheryln Ellis One of the week’s most well-attended events was the grandparents breakfast in the intermediate cafeteria on Friday morning. Photos by Mike Brown and Cheryln Ellis Visitors filed into all four Rockdale ISD campuses for Texas Public School Week activities last week.

There were large crowds for “eat with your student” breakfasts for moms, dads and two for grandparents.”

Scores of students participated in the annual science night at the junior-high commons.

Other activities ranged from the elementary’s “Texas” play (see page 1A) to open houses and career days.

Science Family Night winners were listed as follows:

SIXTH GRADE

Tower building—1. Josh Skrhak and Thomas Cox, 89.5 cm.; 2. Timera Burks and Randall Minor, 30.

Rockets—1. Kurklyn Downey and Heath Downey; 2. Bret t Brockenbush and Tiffany Brockenbush.

Egg parachute drop—1. Reyann Henderson and Kurklyn Downey; 2. Timera Burks and Thomas Cox; 3. (tie) Quentin White and Cade Lambright; Brad Young and Braden Hartley


From left, seventh-grader Peyton Yarbrough and high school helpers judges Josh Frei, Caleb Tarver and Heather Atchley check out food cart entry. From left, seventh-grader Peyton Yarbrough and high school helpers judges Josh Frei, Caleb Tarver and Heather Atchley check out food cart entry. SEVENTH GRADE

Tower building—1. Breanna Zamora and Janae Rubio, 140 cm.; 2. Garrett Pounders and Christian Carrasco, 75 cm.

Food cars—1. Pey ton Yarbrough and Gerritt Davenport, 81 cm.; 2. Lanie Tannehill and Darian Whitehead, 56; 3. Katelyn Hammond and Dakota Jones, 44.

Rockets–1. Hunter Graham and Joel Graham, 24.62 meters; Mason Nusbaum and Travis Fisher, 17.98; 3.Mercy Hernandez and Gerardo Hernandez, 9.47.

Egg parachute drop—1. Garrett Pounders and Michael Turman; 2. Dejhoria Davis and Katelyn Tarver; 3. Rodrigo Costilla and Bradley Briethaupt.

EIGHTH GRADE


Sixth-graders Timera Minor and Randall Burns work on towers. Sixth-graders Timera Minor and Randall Burns work on towers. Tower building—1. Michael Boyd and Justin Offield; 2. Mason Crump and Koy Quinney; 3. Pearce Loth and Preston Ehler.

Food cars—1. ( tie) Velma Mitchell and Wendell Mitchell, 55 cm.; Caroline Lopez and Jesus Sanchez, 55; 2, Tyler Land and Stacey Hickman, 54 cm; 3. Billy Harris and Timothy Mitchell, 38 1 / 2.

Rockets—1. Madison Baumer and Chelsey Valdez, 12.7 meters; 2. Chance Buegeler and Marie Buegeler 9.73; 3. Kevin Parker and Delton Parker, 43.

Egg parachute drop—1. Tyler Land and Faith Talley; 2. Natalie Wagner and Lexis Garcia; 3. Jon Hines and Chance Buegeler.




A pair of proud grandmothers. At left, Trixie Moody with Maddie Moody at intermediate school, Ruby Faye Williams with Tray Crawford at elementary breakfast on Thursday. A pair of proud grandmothers. At left, Trixie Moody with Maddie Moody at intermediate school, Ruby Faye Williams with Tray Crawford at elementary breakfast on Thursday.

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