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May 13, 2024

Important News

Open House for New Gym and Cafeteria: On Tuesday, May 14, from 3:30 – 5:00 we will have an Open House for our school family to come and see the new gym and cafeteria. We appreciate your patience over the last few years as this area has been a construction zone. We look forward to sharing with you our new facilities.  

Six Weeks Tests and Semester Exams: Six Weeks tests for grades 1 - 7 will begin on Thursday, May 16, and occur on Monday, May 20, to  Wednesday, May 22. Please be looking for information from your child’s teacher on what subjects will be tested on which days. Students in grades 8 -12, will have semester and 6 weeks tests beginning on Monday, May 20 with periods 3, 5, and 7. On Tuesday, May 21, students will have period 2, 4, and 6 tested. Then on Wednesday, May 22, 1st period exams will take place. These tests are VERY important 6 weeks tests count as 2 test grades and semester exams count as 20% of students’ semester grades! Students need to STUDY!

Final Exam Exemptions: Students in grades 11 and 12 will be given final exam exemption letters this week; these are due to the HS office by Friday, May 17. Students must be present during testing times but do not have to take these exams. 

Senior Scholarships: We have a few more scholarships due this week. On Wednesday, May 15, the Hearne Lions Club and the Go Texan Scholarship are both due. On Friday, May 17, the Big Nana Scholarship is due. Seniors can still pick up applications near the HS office, be sure to get them in by the deadline.

Graduations: We will have Graduation Ceremonies on Thursday, May 23. Our first ceremony of the day is Kindergarten at 9:00 am, grade 8 graduation at 11:00, and our HS Graduation will be at 7:00 pm. We welcome family and friends of our graduates to come and support our students at these events. All ceremonies will take place in the new Mumford gym.

Dismissal: On the last day of school, Thursday, May 23, is at 12 NOON.

TSI Testing – Seniors and Dual Credit Students: HS students have one last opportunity to take the TSI test for College Readiness and for dual credit classes Friday, May 17, at 1:15, following our early release. This will be in the Mumford Computer lab. If you are taking the test for the 1st time, it is FREE, however re-tests are $5 per subject. Students need to sign up in the HS office, by Thursday, May 16, to test. Sign up NOW! Testing times vary per student, but we will all need to be completed by 5:00 to allow time to get to the baseball game!

Sports News

Boys Baseball Advances: Our boys baseball team continue to advance in the playoffs! This is very exciting for our boys and we need ALL the Mustangs to come out to support them in their next game. It will be a ONE game series against Johnson City at Bastrop High School on Friday, May 17 at 7:00. Come on out and cheer on the Mustangs!
• Friday, May 17 @ 7:00 at Bastrop HS vs. Johnson City 

HS Sports Dinner & Awards Banquet: We will be having a sports banquet honoring all HS level sports on Tuesday, May 14. We will begin with dinner and the program at 5:30 followed by the awards presentation. All HS student athletes and guests who have tickets can attend. No one will be admitted without a ticket! All sports awards will be presented at this event.

Summer Camps: Be sure to check out our camps and sign up by the deadline!
Basketball Camps: There will be a girls and boys camp this summer. Camp will be May 28 & 29 for incoming grade 3 -5 students, and May 30 & 31 for incoming grade 6-9 students. Camp will run from 12:00 – 3:00 each day. The camp will cost $40 and includes a camp t-shirt (if payment and registration is in by May 17).
Volleyball Camp: The camp will take place for incoming grades 1 – 5 students on June 3 & 4 from 12:00 – 3 pm. Camp for incoming grade 6 - 9 will take place June 5 & 6 from 12:00 – 3:00 pm. Camp cost is $40 and includes a camp t-shirt (registration and money must be in on time to receive a shirt). Registration and money are due by May 23.
Mini-cheer Camp: Early registration is due on June 3, if paid by this date the cost is $60. Camp will be July 22 - 25, from 8:00 - 11:00, camps participants will receive camp instruction, t-shirts, pom, and daily snacks!   

More Important News

Letter Jacket Fittings: All students eligible to order letter jackets will be given a letter TODAY with ordering information. The school pays for the Jacket, the Letter M, and the insert on the M for what activity the child earned the jacket in. All other “extras” such as additional patches, names and any personalization the student would like is paid for by the student/parent. Students will be fitted Wednesday, May 15, at 2:00 in the old cafeteria. Students need to complete the order form and have payment ready in the form of credit card or check (made out to Herff Jones) to place the order.

Band Concert: There will be a band concert at 2:30 on Thursday, May 16, in the gym. This concert is for all students in grades PK – 7 to attend. Later that night, at 5:00 pm in the HS gym the concert will be performed for parents and family. The band has been working very hard and we are excited to hear their performance! 

Awards Day: We will have Awards Day on Friday, May 17. The first awards ceremony will be at 9:00 awards for students in grades PK – 2. At 10:00 students in grades 3 – 7 will be presented with awards. At 11:00 students in grades 8 – 12 will be presented with awards. Awards that will be presented include: All A-honor roll, perfect attendance, citizenship awards, JH participation in extracurricular activities. Please note: not all students will be receiving awards on award’s day. Following the 8 – 12 grade awards ceremony the National Honor Society will have an induction ceremony for its new members. We will have an early release at 1:00 pm this day!

AR Carnival: On Wednesday, May 22, we will have the AR Carnival for students in grades PK - 5. Information is going home with students about the AR Carnival and cost of tickets. 

Medication Pick-Up: State regulations require all medication left at school at the end of the school year be discarded. This includes inhalers and Epi-pens. Unless your child has current permission to self-carry their medication, the school is not able to allow your child to bring the medication home themselves. Please make arrangements to pick up medications; items not picked up will disposed on May 24.


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