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New KHS ribbon cutting ceremony celebrated by Sheldon ISD community on Jan. 6

It was estimated that between 1,000-1,200 individuals from in and around the Sheldon community came out Monday evening to celebrate the official ribbon cutting ceremony for the new C. E. King High School.
Sheldon ISD Superintendent Dr. King Davis thanked those in attendance, as well current and past Sheldon ISD school board members, for helping make this dream a reality following a May 2016 bond election where more than 70 percent of voters approved a $285 million bond package that included Sheldon Lake Elementary, Sheldon ISD Panther Stadium, and the new C. E. King High School.
Campus tours were also provided after Monday's brief program where community members had an opportunity to see this awesome new facility that was incorporated to drive 21st century learning.
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KHS boys basketball program to participate in 'Coaches vs. Cancer' fundraising challenge in partnership with the National Association of Basketball Coaches and American Cancer Society

The C. E. King High School boys basketball program will be participating in the Coaches vs. Cancer Campaign – a program that is designed is to help raise awareness and to help save lives by encouraging people to educate themselves about cancer prevention, screening, and early detection.

The game the Panthers have set aside for this event will be Friday, Jan. 24, against LaPorte as part of the national "Suits And Sneakers Week."
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Garrett Elementary receives local recognition

Congratulations to Garrett Elementary for receiving a 2019 Houston area recognition for using best practices and implementing programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

Garrett Elementary was one of several recipients which make the Houston area a great place to live, work and play.
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Girls STEM Academy

Sheldon ISD received a grant for our girls to attend the Girls STEM Academy at Space Center Houston for 5 days of lessons and activities from building and launching rockets on the Launchpad, researching rocketry and learning to fly drones and robotics. This program is designed to encourage middle -school girls to pursue STEM careers through hands-on activities that involve Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
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