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BROWN, CAIN, HIGGINS AND STANTON-SMITH ARE WINNERS IN ACADEMIC RODEO
The East Texas Fair Academic Rodeo is a competitive event that is open to public, private and home schools across the entire East Texas area. The mix of academic and fine arts contests range from individual to group opportunities and from presentation opportunities to written contests; and in return, allows children’s gifts and talents to be promoted. Whitehouse ISD Elementary schools entered six of the events: Art, Mathletics, Mindset Breaking Experience, Science Fair, Writing and Youth Fashion Show with the help of the Academic Rodeo sponsors, Keri Baskin and Ashley Whitman. Individual events such as Art, Science Fair, Writing and Youth Fashion Show required students to compete at a campus level first.
MIGHTY FIT STUDENTS AT BROWN ELEMENTARY
Do you know how many muscles are in the human body? How many times does the heart beat a day or a year? What kind of exercise makes your heart and lungs stronger? If you need the answers, ask a Brown Elementary student. They have spent the first six weeks of school learning about exercise and the body. “Getting fit while having fun” has been our theme. Our students perform fun cardio dances, run laps with friends, challenge each other at strength building exercises, and find relaxation in yoga. We live our motto, “Small & Mighty”!
Available Title and Idea-B Special Education Services
Services through the federal Title and IDEA-B special education programs may be available for eligible students attending public or private non-profit schools.
BROWN ELEMENTARY CLASS TOWN FESTIVAL
The Brown Elementary 3rd grade students held their annual class town festival today. The students have spent the first six weeks researching information about their chosen small town in Texas. They started the unit of study by writing letters to the different towns’ Chamber of Commerce asking for information. Mr. Green, from the Whitehouse Chamber of Commerce, made a guest appearance today and talked to the students about what the Chamber of Commerce does to help the town.
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