HOLLOWAY PARTICIPATES IN THE 4TH ANNUAL BIKERS RULE FOR SCHOOL
On Saturday, July 21st, Holloway Sixth Grade School opened its doors to over 270 motorcycle riders during the 4th Annual Bikers Rule for School. This event was held in conjunction with PATH’s school supply train, so in order to participate, riders had to make a donation of school supplies to PATH along with their registration fee. The motorcycle parade started at Broadway Square Mall and ended at the University of Texas at Tyler. Holloway served as the midway resting point for the riders.
BROWN ELEMENTARY NEWS
Brown Hero AwardsEach year at Brown Elementary we award 5 students with the Brown Hero Award. These students go above and beyond what is expected of them academically, socially, and have outstanding character. The staff chooses 2 fifth graders, 1 fourth grader, 1 third grader, and 1 second grader.
Congratulations to all of these AMAZING students!
BROWN ELEMENTARY FAMILY NIGHT FIELD DAY
Each of our grade levels took the chance to show off their dancing skills by performing one of our PE cardio dances learned this year. Coach Marshall, a master at the game of Simon Says, led our families through some twists and turns that got the better of most.
The gym came alive with excitement while many of our parents relived childhood memories with their children in a good old-fashioned game of dodge ball. In addition, our outside field was the place to be with kids of all ages and sizes participating in our field day events like tug-of-war, sack races, and javelin throw. ETMC was on hand to assess fitness levels from the young to the old.
Moms, dads, grandmas, grandpas, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, and cousins, thank you for your support and participation in a great evening! Hope to see you next year!
WHITEHOUSE JR. HIGH HOLDS 2011-2012 ACADEMIC AWARDS CEREMONY
The WJHS students were honored with an academic awards ceremony in Nix Gym on Thursday, May 9, 2012. Various awards from 2-Year Perfect Attendance to the YMCA Ralph Spence Awards were presented to the outstanding students of WJHS.