Society

Lots of end-of-school activities

GAUSE NEWS
By WANDA LEE
Reporter correspondent

Gause Baptist Church will host an “Out of School Bash” on Tuesday, May 31 for all ages at Adamson Lagoon in College Station. They will meet at the church and leave from there at 6:45 p.m. The church will be taking a bus. It is required that if you have a child of age up to third grade wanting to attend that you plan to attend with them.

This is the second year that the church has sponsored this activity and it was well attended last year and all had a great time. If you need more info call 979-279-6191.

Gause ISD fourth grade students and teachers were in Cameron May 17 where they attended “Ag in the Classroom” at the Youth Expo Building. This event is sponsored by the Milam County Farm Bureau and the Texas Agri-Life Extension Service.

School is winding down this week and there will be some fun things going on for the students.

On Friday, the elementary students took their AR trip and Monday was the day for junior high AR trip to College Station for a movie and visit to Gattitown. On Tuesday, the eighth grade took their graduation trip to San Antonio and Six Flags.

Monday through Wednesday of this week, Kindergarten through fifth grade students will spend the mornings playing those very competitive kickball and other games. If you have some free time one of these mornings go up and watch the youngsters. They have a lot of fun.

On Thursday morning the Pre-K class will be having its annual pool party. That’s the reason for all the swimming pools. Yet another yearly event the Pre-K class enjoys each year.

On Thursday the GISD eighth grade graduation is set for 7 p.m. in the school gym.

Beginning at 8 a.m. Friday, award ceremonies will be held for Kindergarten through second grades, followed by third through fifth grades at 9 and junior high at 10. Then summer vacation begins for students and teachers.


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