Eagle Vision Quote of the Month
Do what's right, even when nobody is looking.
This past week the district’s enrollment reached 2,200 students. This number is an all-time high for the district.
Congratulations to our Student of the Week, Brody Wampler. Brody, a sixth grader, is the son of Cody and Amber Wampler. Brody enjoys basketball, hunting, riding dirt bikes, and taking care of animals at home. His favorite subject is science and when he graduates he hopes to become an engineer. Brody is involved in UIL Music Memory and Art. Something interesting about Brody, that people may not know is that he went to Mexico on a mission trip and had heart surgery when he was 5.
Mr. Rhoten, Canton Junior High Principal, says “Brody has done an excellent job of stepping into the junior high campus as a solid 6th grade leader. Brody leads by example and always seems to make wise choices”.
We would also like to congratulate Canton FFA member Jessica Stephens on being named District 21 FFA President. Way to go Jessica!
Our junior high UIL academic teams finished second at each grade level in district competition this week.
On Saturday, January 25th the Canton Choir will host its Showstoppers Fundraiser Dinner in the Canton High School Commons from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Congratulations to our Rotary Club Student’s of the Month. From the high school Chris Hobbs and Olivia Norrell and from junior high Georgia Crayton and Ford Robinson.
On Friday night our varsity Eagles and Eaglettes both captured district wins over Mabank. The boys are now 1-0 in district, while the girls moved to 2-1 after falling to Brownsboro on Tuesday night. Both JV boys teams captured wins over Mabank as well. Teams will be back in action on Tuesday at Van.
On Thursday evening our 7th grade girls teams fell to Brownsboro in two hard fought games, while both 8th grade teams captured wins. The 8th grade A girls remained undefeated on the year. The junior high boys went 1-3 against Brownsboro on Thursday as well. The boys will be back in action on Thursday against Mabank, while the junior high girls will travel to Mabank.
Go Eagles & Eaglettes!