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March 27,2023

Important News

One Act Play Results and AREA CONTEST: Our One Act Play kids are advancing to the next round after doing a great job at Bi-District with their play “A Monster Calls”. At Bi-District competition last week our students brought home the following honors: All Star Cast - Paul Martinez, Abraham Guadarrama, and Elijah Mendoza; Honorable Mention All Star Cast was Senovia Tisdale; and Top Technical Crew member was - Farryn Rohrbach. Congratulations to these all our OAP members. For their next competition at Area, they will compete on Tuesday, March 28, at Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville, TX. Once again - “Break a Leg” OAP members! 

Princess Project: Female high school juniors and seniors planning on attending prom and who would like to shop for a free prom dress are welcome to shop at the Princess Project, April 1 from 10 AM – 1 PM. This is the last Saturday before Mumford’s Prom which is currently set for April 15 so be sure to check it out ! For more information please visit: or their Facebook page, students need to show proof that they are a junior and senior in high school when shopping. Great dresses are available in all sizes and styles!

Senior Graduation Caps and Gowns and Junior Rings are IN: On Monday, April 3, at 2:00 all seniors will be released to the main cafeteria to receive their caps/gowns, and invitations. All money is due at the time items are delivered or they will not be released to students. Juniors will meet at 2:30 to receive their rings ordered through Herff Jones. Following distribution of rings, the juniors will pick the design for their Sr graduation invitations for next year. If you have a balance on your ordered items, it is due before receiving your items.    

Scholarships Due and some NEW: There are several NEW scholarships that will be posted this week – be sure to check it out! Also, several are DUE this week. Please be sure that you get your application mailed off ON TIME and to the right place. Robertson County Fair Bureau is due Friday, March 31, Blinn College Scholarship Applications and Brazos Valley Cattlewomen Assn are both due on Saturday April 1, and Robertson County A&M club is due on Monday, April 3. Be sure to check scholarship information weekly as more scholarships will be posted this week!

Sports News

Baseball/Softball: Our baseball and softball teams have several upcoming games – Please come out and support our teams!
Tuesday, March 28: SOFTBALL JH/ HS vs. Burton @ 4:30 (HERE)
Tuesday, March 28: BASEBALL JH/HS vs. Richards @ 4:30 (away)
Tuesday, March 28: BASEBALL JV vs. Fayetteville @ 4:30 (away)
Friday, March 31: BASEBALL – V vs. Richards @ 4:30 (HERE)
Friday, March 31: BASEBALL JV vs. Navasota @ 6:30 (HERE) 

District Tennis: District Tennis meet is this week! On Thursday, March 30, at Normangee our students will head that direction to compete in their district meet. If your able, go cheer on our teams.

Elementary Student Baseball Night: On Friday, March 31, we will celebrate “Elementary Baseball Night”. We are inviting all elementary students grades 5 and down, to come out onto the field to stand with our players during the National Anthem, and run the bases at the end of the game! They will also be presented with a foam baseball signed by our team. Come out and enjoy a great game and support our Varsity Baseball Team! 

Spring Sports Pictures: Tuesday, April 4, we will be taking spring sports pictures, including JH & HS Baseball, JH & HS softball, and tennis. Pictures will be taken for both group and individuals, and order forms will be going home soon! 

More Important News

Junior Bake Sale Fundraiser: On Friday, March 31, the junior class will be hosting a Bake Sale fundraiser out at the Cotton Palace. This will take place during the baseball game. Be sure to come out and not only cheer on our Mustangs on the field but also get some great goodies to support the junior class!

TX A&M Physics and Engineering Festival: On Saturday, April 1, Texas A&M will be hosting a Physics and Engineering Festival in the Mitchell Physics and Mitchell Institute buildings on the A&M Campus. This is a FREE event and you can participate either in person or participate through an online live stream! This great event for families and students will run from approximately 10:00 – 4:30. For more information and to see promo videos of what to expect at the festival please go to: 

Easter Parties: Students in grades PK – 2 will be the only students having Easter Parties. These will be on Thursday, April 6, at approximately 2:30. Easter egg hunts will be for students in grades PK – Kindergarten and will occur BEFORE the parties. Teachers will be sending out notices of what items to bring. Parents will not be allowed into classrooms for parties. Please bring items during morning drop off.

Easter Break: There will be NO SCHOOL on Friday, April 7. It is a school holiday. School will resume on Monday, April 10, doors open to the school at 7:30 am.  

News for The Robertson County Livestock Show: We had great participation from our students at the Robertson County Fair over the weekend and several of students made the sale. We will have the list of all who earned top honors in the art division and food division in next week’s bulletin. The following week we will announce all those who made the sale. Stay tuned for that information!  

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