Superintendent's Message

April 15, 2109
We want to congratulate Mrs. Slider and the CHS Student Council.  Through all of their hard work they have received the National Gold Council of Excellence Award and were named a 2019 National Gold Council from the National Student Council Association.  We are proud of their leadership and representation of Canton ISD!
The JV White Baseball team will get the week started on Monday by hosting Forney.
The Mabank Panthers will be in town on Tuesday to take on our Baseball and Softball teams in district action.
Wednesday we have several athletes that have qualified for the Area Track Meet that will be held in Crandall.
The Baseball and Softball teams will be on the road to Van on Thursday.
Friday will be a school holiday in honor of Good Friday and Easter weekend.
We are happy to announce Samantha Crossley as this week's  Canton ISD "Student of the Week!"  Samantha is a 9th grader and the daughter of Stacy Crossley.
She says her favorite subject is Ag and she hopes to pursue a career in Agribusiness after she graduates.  In school Samantha enjoys FFA leadership and career activities, livestock judging, and speaking events.  Outside of school she enjoys barrel racing.  Samantha is also the Director of the Canton Trail Riders and a Greenhand FFA Officer.
CHS Principal, Mr. Spencer says, "Samantha is a very polite young lady.  She has recently had success at the Van Zandt County Fair, where she was 5th with her broilers and 3rd place in two different speaking contests.  She is certainly an asset to the high school campus."
Once again we are proud to celebrate Samantha Crossley as the Canton ISD "Student of the Week!"
The Eagle Vision trait for the week is "Empower Others.  Inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more."
The Eagle Etiquette reminder is "Respond to an adult using 'Yes Ma'am,' 'No Ma'am,' 'Yes Sir,' and 'No Sir."
And the quote of the month for April is "Always encourage others. Never put anyone down."
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