STATE CONTESTANTS RECOGNIZED AT SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
April 3, 2012
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Several Granbury students who have qualified for state competitions were recognized at the Granbury ISD school board meeting on April 2, 2012.
A group of gifted and talented students from Acton Elementary School were honored for qualifying for the Odyssey of the Mind state problem-solving competition. Pictured are: (left to right) back –teacher Brandy Lillagore, interim assistant principal Anna Roe, principal Ralph Purget; front - Lyndee Chiles, Landree Chiles, Cole Stephens, Benjamin Lillagore, Lee Williams, Andrew Walters. Not pictured is Kaitlyn Bailey.
Two art students from Crossland Ninth Grade Center were recognized for their work that will take them to the state contest of the Visual Art Scholastic Event (VASE). Pictured are (left to right) principal Diane Fullerton, Mark Rash, Maria Loth, and teacher Amber Walsh.
Several Acton Middle School students recently excelled at the regional history fair and are advancing to the state competition. Pictured are (left to right) principal Jimmy Dawson, Reagan Wilkinson, Lauren Berry, teacher Eric Hough, Lejla Gregory, teacher Kathy Spradlin, Taylor Sherrell, and Nathan Rue.
In addition to the AMS contingent, several Granbury High School students also qualified for the state history contest. Pictured are (left to right) teacher Becky Grohman, Rachael Rodgers, Ridglea Willard, Jaden Charbonnet, Kate Bramlett, Alexandra Reid, Ashlee Myers, principal Jeremy Ross, and teacher Cindy Leatherman.