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Landon Hartline, eighth-grade Wayside Middle School student, was selected to be a part of the EyeEm New Talents Gallery exhibit at EyeEm Studio in Berlin and New York.
Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District Board of Trustees is currently seeking applications from community members to serve on the Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC). Click the headline to learn more about how you can get involved.
The 2015-2016 EMS ISD JROTC awards ceremony was held at Saginaw High School on Wednesday, April 27. This year’s AFJROTC awards ceremony was twice the celebration as the program recognized both individual and team successes for the school year. Click on the headline above to read the full story and to view photos from the event.
The 2016 State Gymnastics Championship was held at Chisholm Trail High School April 29-30 where nearly 300 students competed for various high school gymnastics titles. While many EMS students faired well at the competition, two claimed first place in their events. Click the headline to read more about EMS students' results.
Each district high school sent students to compete in the Region 1 5A Championship Track meet on Friday, April 29 where students from each school qualified to advance to State. Click the headline to read more.
EMS student music and dance will be featured at the Fine Arts Showcase at Bass Hall on Thursday, May 19 in downtown Fort Worth while visual art pieces from the EMS ISD Art Xperience will be highlighted May 17 through May 19 at Milan Gallery in Sundance Square. Click the headline to learn more.
Student artists from across the state competed in the State VASE competition for the visual arts in San Antonio, TX April 22-23 where three CTHS students received top honors and medaled in their respective categories. Click the headline to read more.
EMS ISD Board of Trustees member, Steven G. Newcom was recently recognized as the Texas Society of C.P.A.s' Fort Worth Chapter C.P.A. of the Year. Click the headline to read more.
EMS ISD high school students competed in the Regional UL Academic meet on Saturday, April 23, in Lubbock where Dylan No and Andy VanDaners of SHS and Nicholas White of CTHS advanced to State.