Superintendent's Message

February 18, 2019
 
The Boys Basketball team will open the playoffs by taking on Sunnyvale Monday evening.  The game will begin at 7:00pm, at Wills Point High School.
 
The Eaglette Basketball team will take on Gilmer on Tuesday in the Regional Quarterfinal round of the playoffs.  The game will be played at Winona High School and begin at 7:00pm. 
 
If you are unable to attend, make sure to listen to the Buzz Brothers on KWJB 95.1, for all the action.
 
The Softball team will take the field at on home on Tuesday against Trinity Christian Academy.
 
Over the weekend we will have a lot of tournament play going on with our students.  The Varsity Baseball team will be in Grand Saline, Varsity Softball will be traveling to Stephenville, and the JV Softball team will be competing in the Whitehouse Tournament.
 
Also on Friday and Saturday the Boys Golf team will be in Lindale.
 
Canton Elementary sends us the “Student of the Week” this week.  Esmeralda Lopez is the daughter of Miguel and Maria Lopez and she is in Mrs. Boggs, 1st grade classroom.
 
Esi enjoys Music and Art class and one day she would like to become an artist.  She says that she would like to draw illustrations for books.  Outside of school she enjoys playing tag, and hide and seek with her sisters.  Esi also has several cats and dogs she enjoys playing with at home.
 
CES Principal, Mrs. Lamar says that Esi is a leader at CES.  She is always kind and respectful to her classmates, friends, and teachers.  She works hard and makes good grades.  Esi soars at CES every day!
 
We are proud to have students like Esi Lopez setting a great example and encourage her to keep making great decisions.
 
The Eagle Vision trait for the week is, “Strive for excellence.”  Go above and beyond in all that you do.
 
The Eagle Etiquette reminder is “Always encourage others.  Never put anyone down.”
 
And the Quote of the Month for February is “Whatever you are, be a good one.”
 
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!
 
 
Respectfully,
 
Jay Tullos
Superintendent