We recognize two King Middle School students who were chosen as finalist for the Texas Do The Write Thing Challenge.
On March 2, 2013, 6 KMS students created a beautiful story on stage, “To Burn A Witch” and won the heart of the judge. With hard work, long hours and a tenacity to create something of importance - they walked away with a first place plaque and individual awards for acting and technical execution. As a director, I was inspired by the professionalism and talent I was surrounded by. The story centered around the theme of ‘faith’ and how we keep it in the face of adversity. You all proved that ‘faith’ is steadfast, and my faith in you has never wavered. –Ms. Olejniczak
First inInspection and Standard Drill
Second in theMile Run, Panel quiz and Indoor Presentation of ColorsAlicia Gallegosearned the female fleet foot award for the fastest female.
Arthur G. “Gerry” Levesque, Lt Col, CAP
Thanks to all who participated.
Thursday night was an exciting and emotional night for 97 students as they became a part of Sheldon ISD's Early College High School. Their lives have been changed forever because they have been given the opportunity to attain a high school diploma and an associate's degree over the next four years. Many of these students will be the first ones in their families to attend college.
This is Sheldon ISD's second group of students to be inducted into the Early College High School. The district now has 207 students attending the school. We are so excited to see what the future holds for these students!
Any student interested in enrolling in athletics, including cheerleading, will need a physical before any participation or tryout.
The physical completed at this time will be considered valid for the 2013-2014 school year.
Pick up physical form packets from your coach or sponsor.