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The Great News from CFBISD for 02/11/2016

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Ranchview High School Competes in Poetry SLAM

The Ranchview High School SITES poetry team competed February 4, 2016 in their first poetry slam off ever. Congratulations to the following teams as a result of the slam: Ranchview's UIL poetry team Amari
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Perry Middle School Begins Latino Literacy Program

DeWitt Perry Middle School has started a Latino Literacy Program. This program has 4 more sessions/classes for designated families. The classes teach parents about the importance of college and opportunities
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Perry Middle School Holds Box Top Competition

Perry Middle School PTA receives $0.10 for every Box Top for Education that is turned in, so they are asking students to bring box tops and give them to their favorite teacher to help support activities and
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Students Recognized by CFB PTA for Artistic Entries

CFB Council PTA held it's annual Reflections award ceremony on Feb 2, 2016 at Good Elementary. The event recognized the students with outstanding artistic entries. The 22 students that received an Overall
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RHS Girls' Golf Team Place at State Level Competition

On Feb. 8, two members of the Ranchview Girls golf team, junior Ava Castillo and senior Irene Bae, competed in the prestigious 4A state preview golf tournament. The event was held at Onion Creek Country club
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African American Read-In

Monday, February 22, 2016 Elementary students read and listen from 5:45-6:30 p.m. Middle and high school students read and listen from 6:45-7:30 p.m. The Texas Room Education Services Division Complex 1820
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CFBISD Athletes Sign to Play College Sports

National Signing Day brought great joy for thirteen CFBISD athletes as they declared their intent to play college sports at colleges and universities across the United States. Students from Creekview High
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2016-2017 Academic Calendar Approved

The Carrollton-Farmers Branch School District Board of Trustees approved the 2016-2017 Academic Calendar. More than 900 parents and staff members provided input on the academic calendar in January. Based on
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CFB Divers Place in UIL Regionals

On Feb. 4, divers from CFB participated in the 2016 UIL Regional competition. Individual results as follows: 6A Girls: 5th place- Andrea Phillips- Turner Boys: 8th place- Nathan Phillips-Turner 11th place-
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CHS Students Recognized by PTA

On Feb. 2, the CFB Council PTA held their annual PTA Reflections award ceremony for their entries. Individual results are as follows: Devon Colvin - Overall Award of Excellence for Visual Arts Special Artist
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RLT DECA Students Place in Top 10 at Competition

On Jan. 30, students from R. L. Turner High School participated in a DECA competition. Out of 585 students who tested for their events two RLT students, Alejandro Mestanza and Stephany Macias, ranked 4th and
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RLT Band Brings Home Medals

On Jan. 30, members of the Lion Band traveled to Liberty High School in Frisco to compete at the UIL Region 24 Solo and Ensemble Contest. Student performers from the Lion Band brought home 72 first division
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Lions Place at Girls' Programming Event

On Jan. 30, R. L. Turner High School students, Stacy Martinez, Mahaa Noorani, and Elena Sisneros, competed in an all-girls programming competition, taking 4th place in the novice category. Fifty teams were in
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RLT Swim Team Heads to Regionals

Students on R. L. Turner High School's Swim & Dive team competed on Jan. 30. All team members qualified to compete at Regionals to be held at Rockwall High School Feb. 4-8. Individual resutls are as follows:
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CHS Speech Team Places at Flower Mound Tournament

The Creekview High School Speech Team competed at the Flower Mound Swing Tournament on Jan. 30, placing 5th overall out of 59 schools. Individual awards were as follows: At the Flower Mound portion of the
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CFB Student Takes 2nd Place at Elks Hoop Shoot

Several CFB students competed at Elks Hoop Shoot contest on Jan. 30. Barbara Bush Middle School student, Sofia Lopez, placed 2nd in the Girls 10-11 category. She will represent CFB if the first place winner
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Turner Divers are District Champions

Four athletes in the R. L. Turner High School Dive and Swim team; Andrea Phillips, Nathaniel Phillips, Andrew Globensky, and Braulio Alvarez, have qualified for the Regional 6A Championships to be held at the
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