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Superintendent's Message

February 19, 2018.
 
The JV White Baseball team will host Eustace on Monday.
 
 
Tuesday evening the Eagle Varsity Basketball team will play Pleasant Grove in the Bi-District round of the playoffs.  The game will be at Mt. Vernon High School with tip-off at 8:00pm.  You can catch the live action on KWJB, 95.1 or kwjb.com
 
Thursday through Saturday we have groups that will be participating in tournaments.  The Varsity Baseball team will be in Mineola, Varsity Softball in Lindale and the JV Softball will compete in the Whitehouse Tournament.
 
Friday and Saturday the Golf teams will be playing at Garden Valley.
 
We want to congratulate Coach John Hobbs and the Eaglette Basketball team on a great 30-7 season and finishing as Bi-District Champions.
 
We are proud to have Jayden Wilson as this week’s Canton ISD, “Student of the Week!”  Jayden is the daughter of Lacey and Chad Wilson and in Mrs. Rickman’s 5th grade classroom.
 
She says that her favorite subject is Math and she has the goal of becoming a Doctor.  In school Jayden is active in the Student Council.  Outside of school she enjoys riding her horses and competing in Barrel Racing.
 
Ms. Robison says that Jayden is an awesome student with an attitude to match.  She leads by example with her kindness and willingness to help others.
 
We congratulate Jayden and encourage her to keep making great choices and being a leader at Canton Intermediate.
 
This week’s Eagle Vision Trait is, “Strive for excellence.”  Go above and beyond in all that you do.
 
The Eagle Etiquette reminder is to “Always encourage others.  Never put anyone down.”
 
And the Quote of the Month for February is “Whatever you are, be a good one.”
 
Respectfully,
 
Jay Tullos
Superintendent