EISD will host the Middle School One Act Play competition tomorrow. The performances start at 12:00 PM and go through 5:00 PM. The awards assembly will take place at 6:15 PM. Eustace Middle School will perform at 5:00 PM. The complete performance list for tomorrow is as follows:
The High School boys basketball teams will be hosting Grand Saline tonight. The JV boys will play at 5:00. The varsity girls will be hosting Hampton Prep immediately after the JV boys finish. The varsity boys will play after the varsity girls. The varsity boys will play Grand Saline.
There is a called board meeting this afternoon at 5:30. The meeting will take place in the HS library. The Board will meet to discuss the continued renovation at the Ag Science building and they will also discuss the possible addition of new batting cages for the baseball and softball complex. Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend tonight’s meeting.
Eustace Middle School will be hosting the District 18 3A U.I.L. One Act Play contest at the Eustace High School Auditiorium on December 10th. There are six schools in the district, including Eustace Middle School that will perform in front of a judge for a chance to place as a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place show. Individual awards will be given for: Best Actor, Best Actress, (8) All Star Cast, 8 Honorable Mention All Star Cast and 4-5 Honor Crew.
Eustace will be performing an adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s, Alice In Wonderland by Andre’ Gregory with special permission to perform through Dramatists Play Services.
The public is invited to attend any or all performances on Wednesday. Admission is free. Each play will run between 18-40 minutes and will run back to back. Please arrive thirty minutes prior to the scheduled time. The schools that will be competing and their show tiimes are as follows:
Congratulations to the junior varsity girls team on winning 1st place in the Eustace Tournament this past weekend! The JV had two dramatic wins in their last two games. In the game on Friday, the Lady Bulldogs won at the buzzer against Scurry. In the championship game against Tyler Lee’s 9th grade team, the Lady Bulldogs came from behind to tie the game and send it to overtime. In overtime, the Lady Bulldogs held on to win 45-43. There is a picture of the team with their 1st place trophy at the end of the this post.
Monday – Region Auditions High School Band at Kemp; MS Girls BB v. West Rusk; MS Boys BB at West Rusk – 5:00
Tuesday – JV & V Boys Basketball v. Grand Saline; Girls Varsity Basketball v. Hampton Prep; Called Board Meeting – 5:30
Thursday – Middle School One Act Play Competition; Bulldog Band Christmas Concerts – 7:00 HS Auditorium; VG and VB at Fruitvale Tournament; JV Boys at Van Tournament
Friday – VG and VB at Fruitvale Tournament; JV Boys at Van Tournament
Saturday – VG and VB at Fruitvale Tournament; JV Boys at Van Tournament; Christmas on the Square
I have received information from Coach Ragle on all-district football selections. On offense, Eustace placed Zach Hughes (OL) and Thomas Hyde (OL) on first team, and Keenan Hargest (RB), Mikey Marshall (OL), and D. J. Widsom (OL) on second team. On the defensive side of the ball, the Bulldogs had Thomas Hyde (DL) and Zach Hughes (LB) on the first team and C. J. Daniels (DB) on the second team. Honorable Mention went to Hayden Plunk (DL) and Dylan Hunsaker (DL). Congratulations to all of these players on earning these honors in a very tough district!
For the third year in a row, Eustace Middle School has won the district UIL Academic Contest. For the second year in a row, EMS has scored over 1,000 points in the process. The point totals for the schools in our zone are as follows:
1st Place Eustace 1145 points
2nd Place Mildred 894 points
3rd Place Rice 680 points
4th Place Malakoff 451
The district competition is divided into a west zone and an east zone to avoid excessive travel for districts.
I would like to congratulate all the students and staff at the Middle School for their hard work and dedication in preparing for this competition.
I want to extend a special thank you to Paul McKinney, Leanne Carlson, and all the volunteers from the First Baptist Church in Eustace for allowing us to host this competition at the church and for all their help in making the day a great success for all those involved.
via Engaging the Digital Natives by Jerri Davis
I have been asked by the teachers of little ones to help them find some resources for their students, so I was doing some YouTube surfing and came across the this great channel for younger learners…
Now you may already know about the KidsTV123 channel, but it is new to me. KidsTV123 produces songs and videos for children, toddlers, and babies. The songs and videos include topics on letter sounds, the alphabet, animal sounds, holidays, and numbers. Here are a couple of examples…
The Animal Sounds Song describes the sounds that each animal makes and includes a picture of the animal. The song is designed with the idea of helping younger students to learn phonetic patterns.
The Phonics Song helps young learners to recognized the sounds of the letters.
There is a whole plethora of videos to choose from. If you are a teacher of our early childhood and kinder kids then I recommend checking out the KidsTV123 channel. It’s a really awesome resource.
I received the following information from Grace Fellowship Church. Please help get the word out about this great opportunity to help our students. This event will take place December 13 at Christmas on the Square from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM.
Ready to enjoy the festivities and the holidays with your family and friends? Then let the fun begin by joining Eustace High School at their opening of “Ebony Scrooge” on December 6th and 7th at 7:00 p.m.
Ebony Scrooge is a original play loosely based from A Christmas Carol the Christmas Classic written by Charles Dickens. Fun for the entire family, Ebony Scrooge is written by D.M. Larson of Freedrama.net in collaboration with the Eustace High School Theater Company. Mr. Larson calls Ebony Scrooge “a work in progress” and allows students to add to the story in their own unique and creative way. This gives students the opportunity to experience the world of a playwright and of the director by seeing their words come to life in the characters created on the stage. This comedy will leave you laughing and singing all the way home! Join us!
December 6th & 7th
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving break! We have 14 more school days until the end of the 1st semester and we dismiss for the Christmas Holidays. There will be lots of activities in those 14 days. The High School will be having End-of-Course testing throughout this week. These tests will mainly impact those students that have not successfully completed one or more end of course tests.
The Eustace Middle School will be hosting the Middle School UIL Academic Contest on Tuesday. The contest will take place at the First Baptist Church in Eustace. The contest is set to start at 8:00 AM and end at 3:00 PM. More than 300 middle school students from our academic district are expected for the contest.
Monday – MS Girls Basketball at Frankston – 5:00; MS Boys Basketball v. Frankston – 5:00
Tuesday – MS Academic Contest; HS Girls Basketball v. Fruitvale – 5:00
Thursday – Eustace JV & Varsity Girls Basketball Tournament; Middle School Region Auditions at Sunnyvale
Friday – Eustace JV & Varsity Girls Basketball Tournament; High School Boys Basketball v. Fruitvale – 5:00