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Tyler Junior College recently recognized a total of 1,515 students named to the school’s President’s and Dean’s Lists for their academic excellence during the fall 2017 semester. The TJC President’s List honored a total of 517 students who completed a minimum of 12 hours of college-level courses with a 4.0 grade-point average. more
Several unique student handmade projects, as well as merchandise from local business and student-labor work groups, will be up for bids this weekend, as the Bullard FFA Labor and Merchandise Auction is scheduled to hit the auction block Saturday, Jan. 27, inside the Bullard Elementary School Cafeteria. The FFA organization will auction off many of the handmade student projects created by Bullard FFA members this school year. more
When it comes to protecting students and faculty at The Brook Hill School, there is no task of greater importance. “We take the safety of students and staff very seriously here at Brook Hill,” said Bobby Brasher, Director of Student and Campus Security. “While they are young, we parents do whatever we can to make sure they are safe; however, they will grow up and venture out into the world on their own, and we want to be sure they are prepared as much as possible to manage their own safety.” more
The Brook Hill School is looking to get a jump early on the upcoming 2018-2019 school year, as the school is preparing to open up its re-enrollment process. “We’re really excited for re-enrollment to open up each year,” said Travis Albea, Brook Hill Director of Admissions and Marketing. “It’s always a great time to hear our student’s families select us as the school for their children once again. This event allows families the opportunity to give us a year-long contract with their student and commit to Brook Hill for another year. It’s great when families come back to us and say they’ve had a great experience, have loved being a part of the Brook Hill family, and are looking forward to coming back to us next year.” more
The award-winning Bullard Belles drill team, along with other Bullard Independent School District Fine Arts programs, performed in the Christmas spirit at the annual Bullard Belles Christmas Spectacular, held Monday, Dec. 11, inside the Bullard High School Audry B. Owens Auditorium. more
Bullard Independent School District will accept applications and nominations for people that have made a positive impact on the district for the Bullard ISD Wall of Honor Class of 2018 until the end of February. “The Wall of Honor is a great way of recognizing those individuals who have given many hours to the field of education or have simply made an impact on their community,” said Jan Hill, Bullard ISD deputy superintendent. “It’s an extraordinary honor and a sincere moment to realize all the hard work and other assets some of the greatest people have contributed to the Bullard community and to BISD.” more
The governing body of Bullard Independent School District has reorganized its officers after a special meeting last week. The Bullard ISD Board of Trustees met for a special meeting Wednesday, Jan. 10, inside the Bullard ISD Administration’s board room to discuss the vacancy left in the Place 3 seat. more
With the spring semester of the 2017-2018 school year now underway, students attending Bullard Independent School District schools are back in the classroom. Additionally, Bullard ISD is bringing back a tool designed to keep parents and community members informed about the district’s happenings, as the social media platforms for Bullard ISD and its six main campuses are back online. The announcement regarding the revitalization of the district’s social media pages was made in a post on the Bullard ISD Facebook page. more
Applications for seats on the Bullard City Council and Bullard Independent School District Board of Trustees in the upcoming election are now being accepted. For citizens wishing to fulfill their civic duty and run for a seat on the Bullard City Council, the City of Bullard is currently applications for the upcoming Saturday, May 5 general election. more
Bullard High School will continue to be represented in all athletic competitions as a Class 4A athletics program, according to 2018-2020 classification assignments released by the Universal Interscholastic League released in early December. “This is an exciting time for communities and school districts across the state of Texas,” said Scott Callaway, Bullard ISD athletic director and Panther football head coach. “It’s always fun to watch the UIL redraw the district lines because it can either start new rivalries or rekindle the flames of some pretty historic rivalries; the redistricting mixes up the competition, which makes it really exciting.” more
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