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Reagan Dance And Drill Shine At Competitions

Reagan Dance And Drill Shine At Competitions

By on March 19, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak

The talented dancers of the Reagan High School Dance and Drill teams just completed another very successful competition season. Their season began with a group of varsity dancers heading to Orlando, Florida for UDA Nationals where they finished as semi-finalists in Kick (1 point away from making finals!) and .7 of a point away from […]

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Reagan Orchestra Receives High Honors

Reagan Orchestra Receives High Honors

By on March 19, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak

The Fine Arts Department’s musical presentation of Jekyll & Hyde in February was a smashing success, and all that great music that could be heard coming from just below the stage was produced by 36 terrific instrumentalists representing strings, brass, woodwinds and percussion, plus a keyboard, under the direction of Sixto Elizondo, IV. Way to […]

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Senior Wins $1,500 For Project Celebration

Senior Wins $1,500 For Project Celebration

By on March 19, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak, 78259 Encino

At 6’1 former Johnson High School volleyball star, Alexis Guillory, is used to drawing attention in a room. But on February 8 it wasn’t her athleticism or height or beauty that drew the attention of the judges, it was the confidence with which she delivered her speech on underage drinking at the annual TxDOT Project […]

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Ribbon Cuttings & Grand Openings

Triple R Mercantile

Triple R Mercantile

The Stone Oak Business Association welcomed its newest member, Triple R. Mercantile, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on March 7. Triple R Mercantile, located at 1150 E. Borgfeld Dr, offers one of a kind home furnishings and European antiques as well as handmade bottle cap jewelry, coasters and soaps from local artisans. Owner Wendy Wilson […]

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Tansations

Tansations

Locally owned and operated, Tansations, an Upscale Premier Tanning Salon Boutique, celebrated its anniversary ribbon cutting on February 28 with the Stone Oak business community. For over 10 years, Tansations has been serving the Stone Oak Community with great service. The salon offers seven levels of UV and UV Free services and products, including the […]

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Mobile Eyes

The Stone Oak Business Association is excited to welcome Mobile Eyes to the local business community. Mobile Eyes is the premier local company for video surveillance, access control, fire protection, burglar alarms, and GPS Tracking. They offer a wide variety of solutions for all your security needs. Mobile Eyes has met and exceeded the expectations […]

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JHS Experiences Dangers Of Drunk Driving

JHS Experiences Dangers Of Drunk Driving

By on March 17, 2014 in 78259 Encino

The Johnson High School Jaguar PTSA continued its commitment to keeping students and its community safe by bringing the unique and powerful program, Shattered Dreams to the campus in February. Shattered Dreams is an educational program, which started over twenty years ago, that works to remind everyone about the dangers associated with drinking and driving. […]

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SASPA Performs During Dine With Stars

SASPA Performs During Dine With Stars

By on March 17, 2014 in 78259 Encino

On March 2, while Hollywood stars walked the red carpet before the Oscars, in San Antonio the red carpet was rolled out for dancers from the San Antonio School for the Performing Arts – where they took the stage and entertained guests during the Dine with the Stars Oscar Fundraiser Gala. The Dancers raised $375 […]

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An Example Of America’s Bright Future

An Example Of America’s Bright Future

By on March 17, 2014 in 78259 Encino

While January and February may be filled with new years resolutions they are also the months that Naomi Villalobos, a former Cadet Commander of Johnson High School’s Junior ROTC (JROTC) First Ladies Drill Team, conducts her duties as Cadet Wing Commander of the UTSA Air Force ROTC. Cadet Commander Villalobos was selected as Wing Commander […]

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Theater Arts Classes for Kids

Theater Arts Classes for Kids

Christian Youth Theater, CYT is now registering for their spring class session. Classes are held at Riverside Church/ Gloria Deo Academy on Tuesdays from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.  starting March 18. Christian Youth Theater San Antonio is Christian Youth Theater (CYT) is a premier after-school theater arts training program for students ages 4 – […]

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Reynolds Attends International Competition

Reynolds Attends International Competition

By on March 17, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde

Michaelah Reynolds, Senior and Feature Twirler at Smithson Valley High School competed at the 19th Annual Twirl Mania Championships held Feb 14 –17 in Orlando, Florida. Twirl Mania is a “One of a Kind” International baton twirling championship for twirlers everywhere, including every level and every twirling organization at the ESPN Wide World of Sports […]

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Smithson Valley Golf Continues Success

Smithson Valley Golf Continues Success

The Smithson Valley golf program has two new successes to add to their list of accolades. The Smithson Valley varsity girls golf team placed second at the NEISD Regional Preview Tournament held at Schreiner Municipal Golf Course in Kerrville. This elite field included many of the teams that will be vying to reach regionals from […]

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Brandeis Boys Bring Home State Silver

Brandeis Boys Bring Home State Silver

By on March 17, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

The Brandeis Boys Swim Team has done it again, folks. On February 21st and 22nd, qualifiers from all over Texas made their way to the UT pool in Austin to compete in the Class 5A State Championship swim meet. Brandeis had seven qualifiers, six boys and one girl, and still managed to place second overall! […]

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TMI To Scramble At New Course

TMI To Scramble At New Course

By on March 14, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas, will hold its annual Panther Scramble Golf Tournament on Friday, April 4 at The Resort Course at La Cantera. This is the first year the tournament will be played at the course, a PGA tour stop for 15 years that was named one of the nation’s Top 10 […]

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It’s A Root! It’s A Plant! It’s A Garden!

It’s A Root! It’s A Plant! It’s A Garden!

By on March 14, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

If you ask a child where their food comes from, they just may say “H.E.B.” or “McDonald’s.” Students at Monroe May Elementary, however, are learning to grow their own! The Monroe May Elementary Garden Club is now in its second season. The club is comprised of 2nd and 3rd graders; an initial group of twenty […]

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Boy Scout Troop 511 News

Boy Scout Troop 511 News

By on March 14, 2014 in 78248/32 Hollywood Park

The members of Boy Scout Troop 511 have been very busy and victorious lately. First, the members of the troop participated in the Diamondback District’s “Top Shot” Freeze-O-Ree in February and walked away with first and second place award ribbons. Competing against 56 other patrols in attendance, the scouts won: 2nd Place: Frisbee Golf (Flaming Arrows […]

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Compostela: A Beautiful Journey

Compostela: A Beautiful Journey

By on March 14, 2014 in 78248/32 Hollywood Park

After watching the movie The Way, Jorge and Flavia Valle knew immediately that they too, were going to complete the pilgrimage to Compostela. Life has a way to open doors to unexpected opportunities, and for them, it came in the way of the seemingly innocuous movie. The 2010 film takes his main character, played by […]

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Churchill Sweeps Texas State Competition

Churchill Sweeps Texas State Competition

By on March 14, 2014 in 78248/32 Hollywood Park

The Winston Churchill Dance Team, Drill Team and Pep Squad swept the Showmakers of America State Competition held at Texas State University on February 22. All three teams were named 2014 State Champions in their divisions. All three were presented special Judges awards – scoring 90 or above in all routines. They each received the […]

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In Case You Missed It

Jekyll And Hyde: The Musical Showcase

By on March 19, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak
Jekyll And Hyde: The Musical Showcase

In February, the Reagan Fine Arts department explored the dark streets of London and the facades humanity hides behind in their powerful production of Jekyll and Hyde: The Musical. In this musical tale based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella, Dr. Jekyll attempts to advance science and benefit mankind, but instead awakens Hyde, his most sinister […]

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Reagan Army JROTC: An Unseen Opportunity

By on March 19, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak
Reagan Army JROTC: An Unseen Opportunity

To many, JROTC is synonymous with the principles of militarism and rigid uniformity. Upon entry into the program, cadets are issued the dreaded “pickle suit” which has come to identify members. While this uniform can be seen directly, what cannot be seen is the pride with which a JROTC member learns to wear this uniform, […]

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Reagan Band Blooms In April

By on March 18, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak
Reagan Band Blooms In April

As the weather is warming up and the Stone Oak Community is starting to think about the lazy days of summer, the Reagan Band is still moving forward at a steady pace! The band would like to give another round of congratulations to the students who were a part of the 5A All-State Bands this […]

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