STUDENTS, CHOIR DIRECTOR RECOGNIZED AT SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
August 30, 2011
Several students and a choir director were recognized at the Granbury ISD school board meeting on August 29, 2011.
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Two recent Granbury High School graduates, Alicia Gonzales and Kylie Hayworth, were recognized for completing their veterinarian technician certification.Because they both passed the certification exam, district career and technology education director Judy Gentry presented them with reimbursement checks for their test fees.Pictured are (left to right) Hayworth, agricultural science teacher Ashley Kirkpatrick, and Gonzales.
Three students were recognized for achieving the Lone Star Degree from the Texas FFA.GHS students Ashlyn Hill, Cyndi Jackson, and Courtney Overstreet received their honors during the recent state convention.Pictured are (left to right) front – Overstreet and Jackson; back – agricultural science teachers Nate Newton, Trey Keys, and Kirkpatrick. Not pictured is Hill.
The 2011-12 drum majors of the GHS Pirate Band were introduced by GHS principal Jeremy Ross.They are Ian Bird, Emily Hiler, and Phoebe Wallace.Pictured are (left to right) Ross, Wallace, Bird, and Hiler.
Greg Doss, assistant choir director at Granbury High School, was honored for being named the new artistic director of the Granbury Civic Chorus.Pictured are (left to right) GHS choir director Joy Hope, Doss, and Ross.