Education Fairfield ISD Open House
March 13, 2012 - The “Times”
Freestone Co. Retired Teachers Scholarshop
Freestone County Retired
Teachers Association is accepting applications for scholarships from seniors who have demonstrated an interest in entering a teaching career at the pre-school, elementary, or secondary level.
SHoWiNg HiS gReAT-gRANDFATHeR, leSTeR l. SMiTH, a journal he “wrote” is Pre-k student, Riley Hempel. During the “Read The Most from Coast to Coast” event at Fairfield elementary School, each classroom was decorated to represent a particular city. Riley, and his fellow students in Mrs. Schlabra’s class, drew pictures in their journals of the “places” (or classrooms) they visited.
(Photo by karen leidy)
--High school seniors attending Fairfield ISD, Teague ISD, or Wortham ISD --Pursuing an undergraduate degree in education --Be enrolled in a university or college in Texas for the 2012-2013 school year
MRS. elizABeTH PARTAiN, Fairfield Junior High 7th grade History Teacher, greets Bethany Pruitt during open House, Monday, March 5th. (Photo by Taylor Johnson)
--Complete Student Scholarship Application
Tommy Franks Traveling Exhibit at Freestone County Historical Museum
Wortham Operation Graduation
Wortham Class of 2012
invites the community to an Operation Graduation Dinner fundraiser on Satur- day, April 21st at 7:00 p.m. at the VFW Hall in Fairfield, Texas. Tickets are $100 and
include Dinner for two and a chance to win $8,000! Door prizes will be given
away, and there will be an auction during the dinner. Contact any senior or
senior parent for your ticket today. Event benefits the Opera-
tion Graduation to ensure a fun and safe graduation night for Wortham seniors.
ADKINS VETERINARY SERVICE
9:00am-12:00pm & 1:00pm-5:30pm Closed for lunch from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
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CLINIC IS CLOSEDON WEDNESDAY Emergency Calls will be Accepted on Weekends.
Above - MS. ViCki BRoWN’S SixTH gRADe ClASS FRoM TeAgUe visits the Tommy Franks exhibit on Thursday, March 8th at the Freestone County Historical Museum. They were among several Teague and Fairfield Sixth grade classes that viewed artifacts and learned about the middle-eastern culture as explained by Steve Shepler (far left). The exhibit was open to the public Wednesday morning and Thursday evening. (Photos by Mary McDonald)
Left - oNe oF THe MANy ARTiFACTS oN DiSPlAy with the Tommy Franks exhibit. This showing the typical dress of one of the Middle eastern Countries and a sample of a shaw.
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reflecting grades through the first half of the senior year and SAT or ACT scores --Essay: Explain two experiences you have had in your life that helped shape your character and explain how they will assist you in your career as a teacher. (Maximum 150 words) --Letter of recommendation from a counselor, teacher, or community person Date Due: April 16, 2012 See your counselor for applications or email kathern90@ hotmail.com
NOTE: Scholarship recipients must submit proof of enrollment before receiving scholarship money.
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Adult Education Program is offering free GED summer classes in Waxahachie and Corsicana. The summer program is an intensive five-week course. Summer program requirements are: 18 years old or older; must be a first-time GED tester; must complete a pre- registration packet to be turned in at the registration workshop; and must attend a registration workshop. Registration workshops
are June 16, 2012, at Navarro College-Corsicana, Bain Center room 400; and Navarro College- Waxahachie, Building C Room 155. You must arrive by 10 a.m. and plan to stay four hours. To obtain a pre-registration packet or for more information, please contact the Navarro College Adult Education Program at (903) 875-7464 or 1-800-NAVARRO
You drop off any old equipment your child has used. We sell it for you and you will get a percentage of the sale! The items need to be in good usable condition and already appropriately cleaned.
Sports Equipment Resale HOW IT WORKS?
Drop off can be any time. Just call or text the numbers provided and we will work out a time that is convenient for you. Resale will be on selected Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings or by appointment.
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We will start selling items on March 24, 2012, so don't wait!!! WHAT DO WE TAKE?
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TeAgUe 6TH gRADeR, ABRil ARRezolA, appears to be amused as she learns, during her visit to the Tommy Franks exhibit at the Freestone County Museum, that girls in Afghanistan are often married by the time they are her age, and their groom is often 35 – 40 years old!
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