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Superintendent's Message

October 16, 2017.
 
 
In Volleyball action the Junior High will be hosting Rains on Monday evening.  The next night on Tuesday, the High School teams will be on the road to Rains.  On Friday, the High School Eaglettes will be at home for Senior Night against the Bears from Brownsboro.
 
The Football teams will be playing our Van Zandt County neighbors from Wills Point this week.  On Thursday, the Junior High will be at Wills Point, while the 9th and JV squads will be at home.  Then on Friday night the Varsity Eagles will be in Wills Point for a District matchup.
 
We are proud to have 6th grader, Cole Herchman as this week’s, Canton ISD, “Student of the Week!”  Cole is the son of Trent and Ashley Herchman.
 
He says that his favorite subjects are Reading and English and he would like to become an Actor one day.  Cole  is involved in Student Council, Choir and UIL activities.  Outside of school he enjoys playing the piano.
 
CJH Principal, Mr. Tracy says that Cole is not just a model student, he is a model person as well.  He presents himself extremely well and follows through with great character.
 
We are proud to have students like Cole Herchman as leaders within Canton ISD and congratulate Cole on being named the “Student of the Week!”
 
This week’s Eagle Vision Trait is to, “Give respect to gain respect.”  Treat others as you would like to be treated.
 
The Eagle Etiquette reminder is to, Use “Please”, “Thank you”, and “You’re Welcome” when appropriate.
 
The October Quote of the Month is, “Make the very best of everyday, regardless of your circumstances.”
 
Make sure to keep up with all the campuses and district happenings by following us on Twitter.  We want to thank our community for all their support, and hope everyone has a great week!
 
Jay Tullos
Superintendent