The Floydada I.S.D. Board met on Monday, March 20th and recognized the following students and staff for their efforts to make education the best it can be. Each month the staff selects students that exemplify education at its best and those students are recognized at the monthly school board meeting. The elementary students recognized were Enzo Coursey , Derrik Henderson, and Sergio Martinez, all in Kindergarten at . . .
A.B. Duncan introduced a new event this year to continue parent engagement and build on parent-teacher partnerships. Dads of A. B. Duncan were invited to come and have breakfast with their child on Thursday, March 23 rd . Those who had more than one child were given to opportunity to spend time with each of their children. After breakfast the dads met in the cafeteria for a short presentation given by the . . .
FISD sent eighteen BPA students to compete at the State Leadership Conference in Dallas. "The students performed very well and I could not be more proud," - Tasha Hughes. 1st place Macee Brotherton—Admin Support Research 6th place Eco Research Team—Karley Weems, Montana Williams and Brooke Galvan 12th place Kylie Ricketts—Fundamental Word Processing . . .
A.B. Duncan Elementary celebrated all things Dr. Seuss February 27th through March 3rd. March 2nd, Dr. Seuss’ birthday, is traditionally known throughout the country as READ ACROSS AMERICA day. For the past two years Jordan Beedy , 5 th grade ELA teacher, has been instrumental in designating fun ways to emphasize major titles written by Seuss, with a special focus this year on Fox in Sox , The . . .
A.B. Duncan Elementary received two programs from the Masonic Home and School of Texas that will encourage reading and good dental hygiene. Students are eager to begin the reading program and were excited to receive their dental kits. Free dental kits were given to all first graders from the Masonic Home and School of Texas’ Fantastic Teeth Fan Club program in observance of February being . . .
Ms. Gilly took 4 of her art students to the Region 17 Visual Art Scholastic Event at Frenship High School on Saturday, February 19 th . The students that competed were Catharine Kemp, Elias Luna, Montana Williams and Jordan Carley . They took 6 pieces of art and 5 of the 6 art pieces won the Regional title. Aside from the competition the students were able to participate in workshops. . . .
March 27th - 31st
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