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Reagan Theatre To Present “The Merchant of Venice”

Reagan Theatre To Present “The Merchant of Venice”

By on April 21, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak

This month the Reagan Theatre Department will present a Shakespearean classic that explores misfortunes and marriages, disguises and deception in a tale set in sixteenth century Italy. Directed by Theatre Director Mrs. Gloria Robinson and Tech Director Mr. James Kaiser, “The Merchant of Venice” runs April 29, April 30 and Friday, May 2 as well […]

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Success Continues For Reagan Choir

Success Continues For Reagan Choir

By on April 21, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak

These past few months have been quite an exciting time for the Reagan choir program. March and April were filled with earned recognition and tremendous success for members of this esteemed choral program. For starters, members of the Reagan show choir, Soundsations!, competed as chamber singers in the Madrigal Festival held here in San Antonio […]

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Reagan Band In Full Swing

Reagan Band In Full Swing

By on April 21, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak

April was a glorious month for Reagan Band! As always, three bands traveled to the Region 12 UIL Concert and Sight Reading contest and did exceptionally well. Parents and supporters are all so proud of how hard they have worked. This is the second year in a row that all of the bands in the […]

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Ribbon Cuttings & Grand Openings

Fancy Feet Ballroom, Latin & Fitness

Fancy Feet Ballroom, Latin & Fitness

Fancy Feet Ballroom, Latin & Fitness celebrated a pre-soft opening while being welcomed into the Stone Oak Business Association on April 9. The attendees consisted of business and community members as well as a handful of currently enrolled students. After a few months of residing in a temporary space, Fancy Feet Ballroom recently moved into […]

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Inverarte Art Gallery

Inverarte Art Gallery

The Stone Oak Business Association welcomed a new art gallery on April 17. Inverarte, an art gallery specializing in the work of Mexican masters in Mexico City for about 20 years, recently opened a sister gallery named Inverarte Art Gallery in Stone Oak, at the Waterford Village shopping center. Their idea is to create a cultural […]

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Zarah’s Meat Market

Zarah’s Meat Market

The Stone Oak Business Association welcomed it newest member, Zarah’s Meat Market, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on March 21. Located at 19903 Stone Oak Parkway, they offer tender and juicy premium quality of meats. Their special made marinate is low in sodium, made with 100 percent natural ingredients, and free of MSG and preservatives. […]

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Former Johnson Soccer Player Impresses

Former Johnson Soccer Player Impresses

By on April 21, 2014 in 78259 Encino

Jonathan (Gordinho) Rexroat, a three-year varsity player and a 2013 graduate of Johnson High School, was invited for a two-week tryout by scouts from Club Leon FC of Mexico. Leon is currently the Mexican league champions of the Jornada Primera of Clausura 2014. Rexroat, had a very impressive showing during the tryout and was asked […]

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Johnson High School Announces New Cheer Squad

Johnson High School Announces New Cheer Squad

By on April 21, 2014 in 78259 Encino

After a weeklong tryout process, 46 members were selected for the 2014-15 Johnson High School Cheerleading Squad. Congratulations and best of luck with the upcoming season! Freshman: Parker Canario, Katelyn Davis, Alexis Ellerbe, Maddie Faust, Larek Green, Meredith Haushill, Audiana Herrera, Addison Lewis, Macie Mackey-Berry, Ayssa Milo, Haley Rentz, Grace Valderama, Isabella Villa, Milana Williams, […]

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Exceptional Sophomore Leads Johnson Tennis

Exceptional Sophomore Leads Johnson Tennis

By on April 21, 2014 in 78259 Encino

[Sophomore Chuyang Guan faces greater expectations this season after winning the state finals in tennis her freshman year. Courtesy: JJNation.] Chuyang Guan as a freshman was the best high school tennis player in the state. Now as a sophomore, she fights to maintain her position as one of the best while defending her state level […]

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Smithson Valley Spirit Has Huge Year

Smithson Valley Spirit Has Huge Year

By on April 24, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde

[2014 Smithson Valley High School Silver Spurs Dance Team. Courtesy: Mary C. Haskin Photography] The Smithson Valley High School during the 2014 school accumulated a huge amount of awards. The spirit team participated at Vandegrift High School on February 22, at Boerne Champion High School on March 1, in Galveston on March 7 and 8, […]

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Students Create Samurai Art

Students Create Samurai Art

By on April 22, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde

When Jennifer Baker visited the San Antonio Museum of Art’s Art of the Samurai Warrior exhibit in the fall, it inspired a classroom project. Baker, the art teacher at Johnson Ranch Elementary School, had her fifth grade students embark on an activity where they learned about the Samurai, the military nobility of medieval and early-modern […]

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First Comal ISD Chess Tournament A Hit

First Comal ISD Chess Tournament A Hit

By on April 22, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde

The first Comal ISD Chess Tournament was a resounding success, with more than 250 students from across the district making moves and countermoves playing one of the world’s most popular games. Students in grades K-12 participated in the event at Smithson Valley High on March 22, which was the culmination of the district’s chess initiative, […]

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Brandeis Lariettes Crush Competition

Brandeis Lariettes Crush Competition

By on April 24, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

Louis D. Brandeis High School may be known for their success in traditional sports like football, swimming, and soccer, but the Brandeis dance team has seen victory in their competition season as well. Though competition season didn’t begin until February, they began working on their dances in November. The team competed throughout the entire month […]

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Brandeis High School AF JROTC Celebrates Successful Year

Brandeis High School AF JROTC Celebrates Successful Year

By on April 24, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

Brandeis High School Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) is preparing to close out the year in full afterburners! The cadets truly led all their Corps events this year. The cadets put on, what has been coined as “the best Military Ball ever”, went on two field trips, competed in four competitions, held […]

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Hello from Clark, Texas

By on April 24, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

By Dr. Jerry Woods Principal Clark High School 210-397-5150 It has been a very busy time in Clark, Texas. Here are a few activities occurring as I write this article: our music students are competing in their UIL competitions; golf and tennis are competing in district with hopes for regional qualification; our tennis players are […]

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Churchill Assistant Principal Unites Sports Through Twitter

Churchill Assistant Principal Unites Sports Through Twitter

By on April 22, 2014 in 78248/32 Hollywood Park

On June 2, 2011, Churchill assistant principal, Todd Bloomer, built something that had never been done. With this phrase, “Follow me for everything Churchill High School. Updates from games, events, and WC programs,” his @ilovemychargers twitter account began. 16.7 thousand tweets and 2,500 followers later, Bloomer has managed to make the Charger family closer than […]

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Churchill HOSA to Compete in June

Churchill HOSA to Compete in June

By on April 22, 2014 in 78248/32 Hollywood Park

Four students from Churchill High School will compete at the HOSA National Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida this June. HOSA is a student leadership organization for future health professionals. The HOSA state competition was held in San Antonio at both the Grand Hyatt Hotel and Heath Careers High School from March 27 – 29. Ameena […]

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MacArthur Students Keep It Clean With Custodians

By on April 22, 2014 in 78248/32 Hollywood Park

On April 3, MacArthur students teamed up to help the MacArthur custodians clean the school. As part of the Keeping it Clean With the Custodians program, MacArthur MacTECH students, PTA members and parents helped out the custodians by cleaning the campus and classrooms. Tasks include wiping desks, sweeping and mopping floors, trash disposal, and more. […]

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In Case You Missed It

NISD 2014 School Bond

By on April 24, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

More than half of the funding proposed in Northside ISD’s School Bond 2014, 55 percent, would be used to be pay for improvements to existing NISD schools. These additions and renovation projects are part of a $648.34 million bond proposal that will go before voters May 10. Early voting runs to May 6. More than half […]

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NISD Host Annual Kinder Roundup

By on April 24, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

On April 7-11, Northside Independent School District held its annual Kinder Round Up. NISD expect a large kindergarten enrollment for the upcoming school year, so this made it all the more critical that parents registered their children during Kinder Roundup in order to secure a seat at their neighborhood school. More than 7,500 kindergarten students are […]

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TMI Student Named Athlete of the Year

By on April 24, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion
TMI Student Named Athlete of the Year

Falon Little, a senior at TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas, received the Christian Athlete of the Year Award at a March 18 ceremony in Irving. Given by Lay Witnesses for Christ International, a sports chaplaincy organization, the award recognizes one male and one female high-school athletes excellence of character. Students from across Texas […]

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