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Creekview Choir Advances 28 Students in Texas All-State Choir Process

By Amy Johnson on Oct 06, 2016 04:22 pm

creeview-chior-newsOn Sept. 24, Creekview Choir students competed in the first round of the Texas All-State Choir process. Directors Tara Sikon and Cody Alarcon congratulate the following 28 students who have advanced to the next round. Auditions are set for Oct. 15 at Colleyville Heritage High School.

Alto: Jessica Hausmann, Rose Edelman, Maddie Miller, Mikaela Pace, Claire Cathey, Kianna Montanez, Stella Galarza and Katriel Hart

Soprano: Darby Kelly, Sophie Doviak, Leham Bekele, Jada Lee, Khira Frias, Bethany Merino and Erin Dick

Bass: Rolando Bernal, Cody Brenner, Cameron Officer, David Lee, Nicholas Lara and Jacob Laxson

Tenor: Hasoo Eun, Jakob Jeter, Raymond Francois, Junior Garcia, Benjamin Gonzales, Marco Mejia and Henry White


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Riverchase Literacy Night

By Amy Johnson on Oct 06, 2016 03:57 pm

makerspace-and-stuffed-animal-slumber-party-033Riverchase Elementary looks forward to Literacy Night every year.  Kindergarten through second graders who attended literacy night were invited to bring a stuffed animal to spend the weekend in the Riverchase library along with some story time with Principal Pam Henderson.


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R.L. Turner FFA Receives Grant

By Amy Johnson on Oct 06, 2016 03:41 pm

turner-ffaCongratulations to the R. L. Turner FFA for winning a 2016 FFA Hunger Heroes Challenge (HHC) Mini-Grant for $500!


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RL Turner High School – Girls Golf Teams Wins 1st Place in the Duck Creek Classic!

By Ashley Limvorratre on Oct 06, 2016 01:30 pm

turner-newsTuesday, October 4th, the RL Turner Girls Golf Team won 1st place in the Duck Creek Classic hosted by Richardson HS. Sophia Garza placed 1st overall, Allison Norris placed 3rd, and Nash Beltran placed 6th and Rese Clark placed 11th.  Congratulations!

 


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Bea’s Kids to Hold 5K Run

By Shelley Gammon on Oct 05, 2016 11:24 am

Bea's Kids LogoBea’s Kids, a non-profit organization, helps low-income children and parents in Carrollton, Farmers Branch and North Dallas. They provide services to over 120 children with meals and snacks, back-to-school supplies, summer camp and more. Bea’s Kids will be holding their Honey Bee 5K Race and Fun Run on Sun., Nov. 6 at McInnish Park in Carrollton, TX. Face painting, a bounce house and food will be among the offerings.

Early Registration fees until October 15th

$25/Adults

$10/Children (12 and under)

Registration after October 15th

$30/Adults

$15/Children (12 & under)

All proceeds will be matched 100% by UniveraServe First ®

For more information and to register visit www.beaskids.org or email gina.beas@yahoo.com

Call (469) 892-6300 main office


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R. L. Turner Drill Team Director Featured in News Article

By Amy Johnson on Oct 04, 2016 04:56 pm

turner drill team, ali brittinghamAli Brittingham, former Kilgore Rangerette,  has led the dance and drill team tat R. L. Turner High School since 2010.  She was recently featured on starlocalmedia.com.


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Senior at Smith Wins 1st Place at Frisco Liberty Tournament!

By Ashley Limvorratre on Oct 04, 2016 11:07 am

Congratulations to Senior NSHS Trojan Golfer Casey Washmon.

She shot a low score of 75 yesterday at Plantation Golf Course in Frisco winning 1st Place Medalist at the Frisco Liberty Tournament. She eagled one hole 8 with a chip in.

Also, congratulations to our JV Boys team who placed 2nd at our own Michael Ebanks Tournament on September 19th.

Casey Washmon of Smith High School's Golf team Casey Washmon of Smith High School's Golf team Casey Washmon of Smith High School's Golf team


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Barbara Bush Middle School – Ms. Mara Leebert becomes a U.S. Citizen!

By Ashley Limvorratre on Oct 03, 2016 10:41 am

We want to extend a big Congratulations to Ms. Mara Leebert who became a U.S. Citizen on Saturday!  She has been studying American History and Government, and last week she was interviewed by the Immigration and Naturalization officials to see if she qualified.  Ms. Leebert passed the interview and on Saturday, she participated in a ceremony with several other hundred people who also became U.S. Citizens.  Be sure to Congratulate Ms. Leebert on this wonderful achievement.

Ms. Mara Leebert becoming a U.S. Citizen Ms. Mara Leebert becoming a U.S. Citizen


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CFB Awarded Certificate of Excellence for Financial Reporting

By Shelley Gammon on Oct 03, 2016 10:21 am

The Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) International has awarded Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District its Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting award for having met or exceeded the program’s high standards for financial reporting and accountability.

The district was recognized for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending 2015.

ASBO International, founded in 1910, is a professional organization of 5,000 members that provides programs and services to promote the highest standards of school business management practices, professional growth, and the effective use of education resources.


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Weekend Back Packs and Metrocrest Social Services Provides Snacks for Students in Need

By Ashley Limvorratre on Oct 03, 2016 09:30 am

CFBISD is thankful to have a partners like Weekend Back Packs and Metrocrest Social Services which provides take home weekend snacks for our students in need.  At the end of every week,

Kids with their kid friendly backpacks from metrocrest services. Text says "Thank you Metrocrest Services!"children from several of our campuses are given a backpack full of kid-friendly, shelf-stable foods and a backpack to take them home in.  The backpacks are provided by the Weekend Back Packs organization and the food is provided by Metrocrest Social Services.  This program is completely free to schools and is provided by the Metrocrest Services at no cost to the students.

Students at Good Elementary, Blanton Elementary, Riverchase Elementary, LaVillita Elelmentary, McCoy Elementary, McWhorter Elementary and Furneaux Elementary are enrolled in the WBP program through a referral. Any faculty or staff member can refer a student whom they think is chronically hungry or food insecure. Once on the program, each student receives a backpack full of food every Friday of the school year. They are also able to receive extra sacks of food for younger siblings at home.

The sack of food that each child receives weekly contains shelf-stable, kid-friendly items. All of these items can be opened easily by a child, and they do not require refrigeration or heating. The WBP program strives to provide a high amount of nutrition in each backpack, and it is currently meeting approximately 60% of the weekend nutritional needs for each child in the program. Food 4 Kids supplies participating schools with nutritious, kid-friendly, self-serve food designed to fill a backpack and feed a child over the weekend during the school year.

The WBP program, which kicked off its first school year as a North Texas Food Bank program ( Food 4 Kids) in the spring of 2004, has expanded to over 350 schools in 11 counties throughout North Texas. Last year, the program served up to 11,000 children a week, with plans to continue expanding the program during the upcoming school years.

Backpacks from Metrocrest Services filled with kid friendly foods Backpacks from Metrocrest Services filled with kid friendly foods


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