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  • Boswell Students at Art Reception
    Boswell Students Recognized at Congresswoman Kay Granger's Art Reception
    The Congressional Art Competition reception was held on Saturday, April 18, at TCC Trinity Campus, where Boswell sophomore, Ashley Prachan won third place for her photograph of the Isis Theater sign, "Welcome to the Stockyards." Freshman Maggie Oliveria and Sydney New were also recognized at the award reception. Their photos will hang in Granger's TCC Trinity exhibition. Congratulations ladies. 
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  • The Saginaw High School band and choir traveled to Winter Park, Colorado to compete in the Winter Park Ski-Music Festival, where both teams received “Best in Class” awards and superior ratings from all three judges. The festival was held on April 15-19. Click the headline above to read the full story. 
     
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  • Anthony Mayfield, senior at Boswell High School traveled to Washington DC to accept the Ron Brown Scholarship. He is one of two recipients from the State of Texas and one of 28 nationwide to receive the honor. This scholarship awards over $40,000 to each recipient. Anthony will be attending Stanford University in the fall of 2015 with a full scholarship. 
     
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  • cths Eight Chisholm Trail High School Athletes Head to Regionals
    Chisholm Trail High School hosted the District 5-5A Track and Field meet on April 14-15, at the Ranger Stadium, where eight CTHS athletes qualified for Regionals. The Lady Rangers finished fifth and the boys placed fourth. Click the headline above for a complete listing of athletes who've qualified.  
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  • The Lady Pioneers won first place at the 5-5A District Track and Field Meet on April 14-15, at Chisholm Trail High School. Click the headline above to read the full story. 
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  • The Texas Athletic Trainers Association selected Saginaw High School seniors, Alexis Manalo and Analilia Resendiz as Academic All State recipients. They are the fifth and sixth student athletic trainers to have earned this award in the history of the school. Congratulations ladies on your accomplishments.   
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  • Boswell's varsity boys broke their school's record in the District 5-5A Track Meet held on April 14-15, at Chisholm Trail High School. Reggie Macon, Tyrell Fisher, Anthony Ramirez and Isaac Marquez lead the region mile relay and broke the record by two seconds. Click the headline above to read the complete story and to watch the District 5-5A sports highlight video.  
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  • SHS competed in the District 5-5A Track and Field Meet on April 14-15, at Chisholm Trail High School's Ranger Stadium. The Lady Rough Riders won second place and the boy's won third. SHS is sending 11 athletes to compete in the Regional track meet at Texas Tech University in Lubbock on May 1-2. 
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  • On Thursday, April 16, the 5A Region 1 Golf Tournament was held in Lubbock at the Rawls Golf Club, where Boswell’s varsity boys were competing for a place at State. Out of 16 overall teams, the Pioneers finished fifth. Congratulations on a successful season. Click the headline above for the full story.  
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  • Boswell High School junior, Morgan Webster is a finalist in the 2015 Circle Theatre High School Playwriting Project. Morgan will receive a scholarship through Texas Wesleyan University, a cash prize and an opportunity to attend a playwriting class. Congratulations Morgan! Please click the headline above to read the full story.
     
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  • On Friday, April 17, the Saginaw High School men’s gymnastics team won the Regional Gymnastics meet for the sixth year in a row. Saginaw gymnastics coach, Eric Briley was named Regional Coach of the Year. Click the headline above to read the full story. 
     
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  • ‘Bella and the Bulldog’ star, Brec Bassinger surprised Highland Middle School students on Friday, April 17, when she visited their STAAR pep-rally.  There she gave a speech and encouraged students to take their time and do their best.  Bassinger attended Highland Middle School her sixth and seventh grade years. Click the headline above to read the full story. 
     
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  • The 5A Region 1 Golf Tournament was held in Lubbock at the Rawls Golf Club on Saturday, April 14-15, where Boswell’s varsity girls were competing for a place at State. Out of 16 overall teams, the Pioneers finished fourth. Congratulations ladies on a successful season. Click the headline above for the full story and to watch the sports highlight video. 
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  • Eighth grade middle school teacher, Deborah Middleton was awarded the “Score a Goal in the Classroom Award” on Friday, April 10. She was recognized for her remarkable teaching abilities and her dedication to her students. Click the headline above to read the full story.     
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  • On Saturday, April 11, the Saginaw High School color guards competed in the North Texas Color Guard Association Circuit Championship. The junior varsity team finished fourth in their class defeating all varsity programs and breaking the school record for the highest score earned by a JV team. Click the headline to read the full story.  
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  • On Saturday, April 11, the Chisholm Trail High School winter guard competed in the North Texas Color Guard Association Championship and won first place. Out of all of the schools that compete at NTCA, CTHS is the only one to have had both its varsity and junior varsity team win their individual championships. 
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  • The Boy's District Golf Tournament was held at Canyon West on April 7-8. Boswell's first team won district by 47 shots and the second team won third. Members of the team placed individually as well. The team will compete in Regionals on April 15-16 in Lubbock.
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  • On Friday, April 10, the Parkview Elementary Theatre Club presented “Annie Live on Stage.” Students have been rehearsing nonstop since they auditioned for Annie in December. The show was directed by fine arts teacher, Jordan Reynolds and assisted by physical education teacher, Reiana Jester. Click the headline above to read the full story. 
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