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Congratulations to Mackenzie Traweek as she exhibited the Grand Champion Red Brangus Heifer at the San Antonio Stock Show last week.  As a result of winning Champion in her breed, Mackenzie was awarded a $10,000 scholarship from the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo.


Six Bangs FCCLA Teams Advancing to State

Competitive Events placing and attendees for the February 10-11 Region II FCCLA Leadership Conference, in Waco included:

Advocacy Jr “Third Graders Getting More Exercise”, Annaliese Fales, Shelby Geron (1st Place)

Applied Math for Culinary Management Sr.“Culinary Math”, Matthew Laureles (1st Place)

Food Innovations Jr. “Scrumptious Oatmeal”, Tyler Brooks, Landin Langley (1st Place)

Food Innovations Sr. “Superhero Muffin”, Madi Carpenter, Kayleah Hall (1st Place)

Nutrition and Wellness Sr. “Fueling Fitness for Family”, Aliyah Galvan (3rd Place)

Promote and Publicize FCCLA Sr. Kialie Dodson, Kalani Gonzales, Micaiah Newman (2nd Place)

Cupcake Battle Proficiency, Cloey Barger and Raylie Clark-Moore

Mystery Basket Proficiency, Danielle Kelley

Advisors – Rachel Hall, Angie Miller

Judge – Karen Fischer

Bangs students were also awarded a total of $25,000 in scholarships for “placing in the top three” and/or participating in the events of Applied Math, Food Innovations, Nutrition and Wellness, Cupcake Battle and Mystery Basket.  Scholarships may be used for the Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts of Austin TX and Boulder CO.

Region II FCCLA competitors included 1A-6A schools competing in all events.  The top 6 placing of each category will advance to the State FCCLA Leadership Conference in Dallas, April 6-8.

Front row (L to R)

Shelby Geron, Madi Carpenter, Kayleah Hall, Micaiah Newman, Aliyah Galvan, Kialie Dodson, Raylie Clark-Moore

Back row (L to R)

Annaliese Fales, Landin Langley, Tyler Brooks, Kalanie Gonzales, Danielle Kelley, Cloey Barger, Matthew Laureles


Four Bangs FFA members competed in the Ft. Worth Stock Show Calf Scramble on Tuesday night.  Pictured are (L-R) Mackenzie Traweek, Allie Garcia, Abbey Ivey, and Trey Ivey.  Allie,  Abbey, and Trey were successful in catching a calf and will receive a $500 certificate towards the purchase of a show heifer for next year.

 


Elementary UIL District Champions

8th Grade UIL Distrcit Champions

7th Grade UIL District Champions

6th Grade UIL District Champions


BMS 5th grade Science classes hosted members of Texas A&M's AgriLife Extension service. The students were treated to demonstrations illustrating the principles they have been studying in class including water based erosion, water sheds, and the importance of keeping our water sources pollution free.


Congratulations to the FFA Jr. Chapter Conducting Team who placed 4th at Area yesterday in Mineral Wells and missed qualifying for State by just two positions.  Team members include Skylar Hutchins, Rylan Cates, Neileigh Strickland, Madi Martin, Ethan Sanchez, Marissa Perez, Trey Ivey, Jordyn Pitts, Hayden King, and Reece Garner.


Congratulations to the FFA Jr. Chapter Conducting Team as they placed 2nd at District yesterday and have advanced to Area (top 2 in every event advance) which will be held in Mineral Wells on Monday, November 21st
Team members include:

President – Skylar Hutchins
Vice President – Rylan Cates
Secretary – Neileigh Strickland
Reporter – Madi Martin
Treasurer – Trey Ivey
Sentinel – Ethan Sanchez
Member – Marissa Perez
Member – Jordyn Pitts
Member – Hayden King
Advisor – Reece Garner


Bangs Middle School  Student Council coordinated a basketball shoot out to
raise money for the Walker Cancer Center.  Pictured are: .Front row:
Keygan Pitts, Reece Garner, Titus Delisle, Trevor Bowers, Wyatt Lykins,
Jackson Light. Second row: Scott Patrick, BMS Principal, Hayden King,
Tammy Means and Gail Hightower from Walker Cancer Center, Sara
Thomison-James, MakaylaBush, Jaelyn Mitchell, Stormie Keely and Rylie
Guerrero.



Bangs Middle School received a gracious donation for the Bangs Food Pantry from the Buckmasters' Brownwood chapter. Larry and Connie Hart from Buckmasters presented the check to the Bangs Middle School Student Council.  

Pictured above -First row: Scott Patrick, BMS Principal, Hayden King, Larry Hart, Sara Thomison James and Makayla Bush.  Second row:Jackson Light, Wyatt Lykins, Trevor Bowers, Reece Garner, Jaelyn Mitchell and Tony Truelove, Bangs ISD Superintendent.


Congratulations Mackenzie Traweek - Reserve Breed Champion Red Brangus Heifer at the Heart of Texas Fair in Waco last week.



Bangs Cross Country team members competed in the Coleman District meet on October 17.  The Varsity Boys team consisting of: Timothy Hall, Alek Mendoza, Dawson Light, Thane McGee, Dyllon Griffin, Ethan Gravell, and Jay Belez finished second overall qualifying them for a trip to Lubbock on October 29. Timothy Hall placed third and Alek Mendoza placed tenth automatically qualifying for region. Varsity Girls team members included: Kayleah Hall, Sophia Nicks, Madi Carpenter, Annaliese Fales, Clarissa Wilson, Alyssa Hull, and Deonna Chrane.  Kayleah Hall was sixth and qualified for region.  The teams were coached by Damon Wilson.


Bangs High School Crowns 2016 Homecoming Queen

Homecoming 2016 was scheduled for September 16, 2016 against Cohoma.  Unfortunately, the weather had other plans and rained out the game and the Homecoming Queen Ceremony as well. The Homecoming Queen Coronation Ceremony was held during halftime of the October 7th game against Coleman. 


The Bangs High School student body voted for the nominee of their choice.  The students chose to represent them as their 2016-2017 Homecoming Queen, Miss Ryli Pruitt.  Pruitt was one of four nominees from the senior class, which included Alli Allen, Kennedy Deal and Kaily Wolf.

Ryli is the daughter of Denise Pruitt and granddaughter of Ecky and Glenna Allen.  Ryli was escorted by her grandfather, Ecky Allen. Please join us in congratulating Ryli and wishing her all the best during her senior year and Bangs High School.