Friday Night LIVE! – Senior Night Eustace Bulldogs vs. West 6:45pm Friday 10/27/17 Produced by Tammy Harvey, EHS Theater & Rusty Meyners, EISD Technology
Friday Night LIVE! Homecoming 2017
Eustace Bulldogs vs. Palestine Westwood 2017
7:00pm Friday 10/27/17
Produced by Tammy Harvey, EHS Theater
& Rusty Meyners, EISD Technology
Eustace High School Advanced to Regionals at the AREA One Act Play Contest held at Midway High School in Waco, Texas yesterday. Three of six schools advance from the AREA contest to Regionals. Academy High School and Malakoff High School will be advancing along with Eustace to Blinn College in Brenham, Texas on April 22, 2016. Only two of the six schools that compete at Regionals will advance to the State Contest.
Individual Awards received were:
All Star Cast Honorable Mention: Caleb Caswell; Ben Warren; and Olivia Grose
All Star Cast: Emma Lopez and Zachary Martin
Technical Achievement Award: Macy Wilson
Congratulations to these students for an Excellent Show of Teamwork and for an Excellent Performance! Bulldog Proud!
Eustace Middle School hosted the U.I.L. District 18 3A One Act Play Contest on Saturday. Eustace Middle School received the 1st Place Trophy for their performance of “The Diviners” by Jim Leonard, Jr.
Mildred Middle School received the 2nd place trophy and Arp Middle School received the 3rd Place trophy. Eustace Middle School student, Trey Oakley received the Best Actor Award. Maggie Groom and Joey Grose received All Star Cast awards. Jaedyn Munoz received an All Star Cast Honorable Mention award and Carly Hunt received a Technical Achievement award.
Way to go Bulldogs! We are proud of you.
The Middle School One Act Play will perform their play for the district competition on December 12th in Eustace. The plays will begin at 12:30 PM and run back to back. Each play will last approximately 40 minutes. Everyone is invited to come out and watch one or all of the plays. There is no admission charge for the district competition. The Diviners is a story of a disturbed young man and his friendship with a disenchanted preacher in southern Indiana in the early 1930’s. When the boy was young he almost drowned. The trauma and loss of his mother in the same accident has left him deathly afraid of water. The preacher, set on breaking away from a long line of Kentucky family preachers, is determined not to do what he does best. He works as a mechanic for the boy’s father. The town doesn’t have a preacher and the women try to persuade him to preach while he tries to persuade the boy to wash. When the preacher finally gets the boy in the river and is washing him, the townspeople mistake the scene for a baptism and the story ends in a tragic unexpected turn of events.
The last public performance will be on Sunday, December 13th at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children and will be sold at the door. Bring your church, your family and your friends to see this touching story of an surprising and unexpected friendship.
We have hit the ground running. Our students have been busy each day participating in class activities, completing class work and homework. As they are learning what their job is here at the Intermediate School, we are giving a taste of all the fun things they can earn. For our students who had perfect attendance for the first two weeks of school we planned a Fun in the Sun Day. Students were able to play on giant water slides and enjoy the fun of hanging out with their friends. Also for students who are completing all their work, on time, and all week are earning Fun Friday. Students have fun singing and dancing to music and hanging out with friends.
Though it may seem like all we do is play, we teaching our students the good things come by earning it, which entails completing their “jobs” in the classroom and coming to school on time and staying all day.
Eustace High School proudly presents
by Del Shores
When: April 5th & 6th
Time: 7:00 p.m..
Where: Eustace High School Theater
The General public is welcome to attend.
Admission is $5.
Tickets are sold at the door.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Please join us and show your support!
If you miss our public performances don’t forget….
U.I.L. One Act Play Area Competition
When: April 13th
Where: Princeton High School Princeton, Tx
Time: 1:00 p.m.
All performances begin at 10:00 a.m. and run back to back with the last performance starting at 3:00 p.m.
Awards Ceremony @ 4:30 p.m.
“Daddy’s Dyin’ Who’s Got the Will?” by Del Shores is presented by Special Arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.
The video and/or audio recording of the performance by any means whatsover are strictly prohibited. Also, flash photography during performances are not allowed.
Fourteen students participated in the UIL District Academic Contests in Buffalo: Chris Almand, Connie Benefield, Jerrod Branscum, David Calvert, Whitney Frosch, Nic Hairl, Grace Holcombe, Cody Marple, Samantha Randall, Noel Rosado, Josh Rosado, Elizabeth Salinas, Troy Saunders, and Kaitlyn White. Writing events were held on Tuesday, March 20th, with all other events following on Saturday, March 24th. Please congratulate each student for his/her hard work and dedication.
The following students earned medals and/or advanced to Regional competition: Whitney Frosch, 1st place Ready Writing, advances; Nic Hairl, 2nd place Headline Writing, advances, 5th place Math; Grace Holcombe, 3rd place Ready Writing, advances; and Cody Marple, 5th place Literary Criticism.
Congratulations to the varsity track teams for a great performance last night at the Crandall Pirate Relays. The Varsity Girls team had a tremendous showing, in a very competitive meet with large 3A and 4A schools competing. Eustace was the only 2A school in attendance, but our girls managed to win the meet by over 30 points.
Additionally, Jaci Aiken and the Varsity 4 x 400 Relay qualified for the Texas Relays in Austin. This is a huge accomplishment for these girls. This is a collegiate track meet at the University of Texas that the best runners and throwers from across the state will be competing in.
The Varsity Boys team finished runner-up to Crandall. A highlight was Evan Arambula winning gold in the 800 m, and 1600 m runs, in a convincing performance. He was also the anchor leg of the 4 x 400 m relay.
The District track meet will be held here at Eustace with Prelims on Monday April 9th and Finals Wednesday April 11th.
EHS Theater Arts is proud of our Superintendent, Coy Holcombe on being named Superintendent of the year for REGION 7!