Senior HOSA member Emma Beaube traveled to Kalahari resort in Round Rock, TX this week for State Convention. She competed in the Leadership event, Research Persuasive Writing and Speaking and walked away with the Theodora Justice Scholarship for $2,000. In the Fall, Emma will attend Lamar University with a major in Nursing. There she hopes to continue her HOSA membership.
Seniors & Senior Parents - invitations are being mailed home today. Please RSVP.
Guess who's attending the Western Art Academy this summer! Three applied, three went for interviews this past weekend, and all three received notifications that they have been selected to attend the WAA this summer in Kerrville, TX, at Shriner University for four weeks, compliments of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo School Art Program! Please join us in congratulating Shelbie Chamblee, Lilly Elliott, and Alison Mathis on winning this scholarship through their participation in rodeo art! Not only will this be an amazing experience for them to learn techniques working with oil paints and oil based clay, they will also have the opportunity to work with professional commercial artists and will earn college credit that will transfer anywhere they choose to go in the state of Texas, after graduation. Congrats ladies! Mrs. Mills could not be more proud of you, your hard work, and the effort each of you put into all you do!
In observance of Youth Art Month, we recognize THS Art 3 student and junior, Alizabeth Unger. "Art has changed my life and helped me through so much. It is the one thing I could never lose; it's a part of me!"
In observance of Youth Art Month we recognize THS Junior, Art 3 student, and 2023 Best in Show Rodeo Art Winner, Shelbie Chamblee. "Art has impacted my life more than I ever thought possible. It's allowed me to express myself in ways that demonstrate my creativity, passion and determination. Without art I wouldn't be the person I am today."
In observance of Youth Art Month we recognize THS Senior and Art 4 student Bailey Berg. "I like art because I think it is fun and relaxing! I like to see how my art has improved and incorporating different mediums."
In observance of Youth Art Month we recognize THS Senior and Art 4 student Nathaniel Steele. "Art has taught me how to appreciate and grow from my mistakes and that my imperfections can be beautiful!"
This week Tarkington FFA members are spread across Texas showing their projects. Makaila Stutts and Lacey Tinney showed their Red Angus heifers at Rodeo Austin.
Laikyn Rich and Miss Ma'am represented Tarkington FFA at Rodeo Austin and earned a red ribbon. Congratulations Laikyn!
Tarkington FFA's Chloe Jarvis showed her pig at the Houston Livestock Show. Chloe has raised this pig since the fall.
In Observance of Youth Art Month: Celebration the success of art student and Special Merit winner, Brianna Jones posing with her graphite drawing on display at the HLS&R.
Tarkington FFA member Hana Lindsey showed her pig at he the Houston Livestock show this week. We are proud of your hard work!
BASEBALL SCHEDULE CHANGE Due to the threat of inclement weather, the Baseball AWAY game at Anderson-Shiro scheduled for Friday, has been moved to tomorrow, Wednesday 3/15. JV will play at 4:30 and Varsity at 7 pm. TONIGHTS GAMES AT HOME ARE STILL SCHEDULED for 4:30 pm and 7 pm.
Congratulations to the 2023-2024 THS Belle's Lauren Freeman Layla Good Jayden Hall Kendall Hicks Faith Kellar Janice Marroquin JoLeigh Pech Rylee Pickett Kaitlyn Santos Savannah Swaney Faith Wells Officers: Captain: Janice Marroquin Co-Captain: Kendall Hicks Lieutenant: Savannah Swaney Social Officer: Faith Wells
In Observance of Youth Art Month: Celebration the success of art student, Gold Medal winner, and Glassell School of Art scholarship winner, Alison Mathis posing with her graphite and charcoal drawing on display at the HLS&R.
In Observance of Youth Art Month: Celebrating the success of art student and Special Merit winner Korbin Wier posing with his charcoal drawing on display at the HLS&R.
In Observance of Youth Art Month Celebrating the success of Tarkington art student and Special Merit winner, Daniella Gramlich posing with her colored pencil drawing on display at the HLS&R.
Rodeo art students had a great time visiting the rodeo and viewing the winning artwork on display in the Hayloft Gallery.
This morning Makaila Stutts completed her Houston Livestock Show Calf Scramble journey. She has raised her heifer, Power, submitted monthly reports, and written essays about her project. Makaila won her calf scramble class this morning. Congratulations on a job well done!
Continuing to celebrate Youth Art Month! THS Art 2 Student - Lilly Elliott "Art impacts me so many ways. It's a way to express yourself and your ideas. To me, art is everywhere and art can even be people. Art is beautiful and I love how diverse any form of it can range."