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Cyberpatriot team at state – neisd

The Ed White Middle School CyberPatriot team, coined “The Cyber Eagles” are enjoying hard-earned recognitions after placing first in the city, second in the state of Texas and 46th in the nation after state round competition hosted by Our Lady of the Lake University. The CyberPatriot program is designed by the US government to educate and train young …

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starry steam family night – south san isd

Armstrong Elementary was transformed into a hub for all things STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) at their first ever STEAM Family Night. Students and their families had an opportunity to participate in hands-on activities such as DIY lava lamps, insulator stations, and powering lightbulbs without electricity. A live art show was also in the mix …

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U.S. Rep joaquin castro recognizes coding – edgewood isd

U.S. Rep. Joaqui­n Castro had a homecoming of sorts Friday morning at Edgewood Independent School District to recognize students who show promise in the STEM field. Castro, who was born on Plainview Drive within the district and whose father taught for more than two decades in Edgewood ISD, returned home to recognize the local winners …

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Southside isd Artwork-New Fiesta Medal

This special assignment is a fun tradition now at SISD. It is a district-wide competition during “Freedom” week and “Constitution” week. Each student is asked to draw an image that captures the meaning of freedom, independence and patriotism for our country, state, city, or school. The district winner this year is 3rd grader Luzelena Saucedo, …

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embracing chinese culture -neisd

Nimitz Middle School and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Academy students looked forward to a visit from Chinese language students from Lee High School and ISA (International School of the Americas). On Jan. 12, the students gave an interactive lesson on Chinese greetings and numbers 1-10 to the eighth graders. The middle schoolers excelled at learning …

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Family stem night – harlandale isd

Families gathered at Carroll Bell Elementary School Thursday evening to engage in a number of activities for the school’s annual STEM Family Night. Students and parents experienced up to 15 different hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering and math located in several classrooms, library and gym. Teachers were on hand to help guide parents and …

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State championship special olympians- judson isd

Flag Football competition is one of the newest officially recognized sports of the 22 sports offered by Special Olympic competition and it’s growing in Texas.  Early in December the San Antonio STAR Soccer Complex hosted the Special Olympics Texas State Flag Football Championship and JISD sent two teams to the competition. Both the Patriots and …

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Ingenium Engineering Fair with harlandale isd

Harlandale ISD hosted its fourth annual Ingenium Engineering Fair at Palo Alto Community College on Dec. 18-19. This engineering fair provided students the opportunity to create projects based on the world around them and their special interests. Both elementary and middle school competitors were encouraged to infuse their interests into this thematic competition designed to …

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