Flexible, meaningful assessment and accountability
One of the best examples of public education working through partnerships with parents and the community is occurring right here in Texas. Full Story
WHAT A DIFFERENCE—Rockdale Junior-High School students have been enjoying a “new” hallway since classes resumed last week. The hall received a thorough cleaning and an overall sprucing up including new carpet. It wasn’t planned that way. Full Story
Education in arts is important
Our junior high One-Act Play did an outstanding job at their district contest this past Thursday, capturing first place in their competition. Directors Sherry Lagrone and Susan Meyer did an outstanding job of producing this play, Curious Savage. Our young actors and actresses did a great job with their character development and several of our students received individual accolades. Full Story
Jump start your junior
It is never to early to start getting ready for life after high school. Parent should help their students in the 11th grade to really begin the college search process.
Encourage your junior to: Full Story
Area residents earn Angelo State degrees
SAN ANGELO—Three area residents have earned degrees from Angelo State University during fall commencement ceremonies.
Maggie S. Adams and Stephanie L. Bleeker, both of Rockdale, along with Erin E. Griffith of Thorndale, all earned Associate in Applied Science degrees from the university. Full Story
Thorndale, Milano kids win at elementary UIL meet
THRALL—Second through fifth grade students from Milano and Thorndale schools competed in their district UIL academic contest on Dec 4-5 at Thrall ISD.
School administrators listed the winners from the contests as follows:
Second Grade Full Story
Fruit, cereal and milk served daily.
Tuesday—French toast, sausage.
Thursday—Egg and sausage biscuit.
Friday—Sausage breakfast taco.
Elementary and Intermediate Lunch Full Story