Thursday, February 22, 2018

Coffee with the Superintendent March 1 at Pine Tree High School ExCEL Campus

You are invited to Coffee with Pine Tree Superintendent Dr. TJ Farler on March 1 at the Pine Tree High School ExCEL campus  The event will start at 7:45 a.m.  Pine Tree parents are invited to attend.


Coffee with the Superintendent is a casual discussion with Pine Tree Superintendent Farler to discuss district initiatives and accomplishments and provides an opportunity for PT parents, staff and community to have a an open dialogue with the leader of the district.

Grab a cup of coffee and visit with PT Superintendent TJ Farler.

For additional information about the Coffee with the Superintendent, call 903-295-5136.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Pine Tree Dominates VASE Competition

A record number of ninety-nine Pine Tree students participated in the TAEA Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) art competition.

The mission of the TAEA Visual Arts Event is to recognize exemplary student achievement in the visual arts by providing art students and programs a standard of excellence in which to achieve.

These award winners are students of Pine Tree's High School art/visual art teachers Mary Graham, Wayne Gaddis, Elizabeth White and Caity Rutledge.

Congratulations to our State and Medal winners!


State Attendees by Division:
Kloie Shultz, printmaking, Division I
I'yonia Mumphrey, Digital Photo, Division I
Alliyah Arrendondo, Digital Photo, Division II
Titus Rucker, Artwrok, Division II
Tara Story, Artwork - two piece winner, Division II
Carly Garcia, Artwork, Division II
Destinee Houston, Digital Photo, Division III
Erika Vaughn, Digital Photo, Division III
Reysiane Salazar, Artwork, Division III
Ramon Rubio, Artwork, Division IV


Division I Medalist
Matteo Corrales, Digital Photo
Iyonia Mumphrey, Digital Photo - two piece winner
Marla Rodriguez, Digital Photo
Jacob Carter, Digital Photo
Brandy Gonzales, Digital Photo
Mackenzie Newman, Digital Photo
Bianca Juarez, Digital Photo- two piece winner
Dejah Colburn, Digital Photo
Leorah Haksecke, Digital Photo- two piece winner
Kimberly Godinez, Digital Photo
Kloie Shultz, Printmaking
Norma Ortega, Digital Art


Division II Medalist
Janiya Jackson, Digital Photo
Alliyah Arrendondo, Digital Photo
Mercedes Estrada, Digital Photo
Harleigh Wright, Digital Photo
Lexie Green, Digital Photo
Mercedes Estrada, Artwork
Carly Garcia, Artwork
Orran Simmons, Artwork - two piece winner
Amber Parker, Artwork
Tara Story, Artwork - two piece winner
Brieannah Williams, Artwork
Petra Enloe, Artwork
Titus Rucker, Artwork - two piece winner


Division III Medalist
Erika Vaughn, Digital Photo
Abigail Roberts, Digital Photo- two piece winner
Destinee Houston, Digital Photo- two piece winner
Azura Mayhall, Digital Art
Reysiane Salazar, Artwork
Sarah Mata, Sculpture
Savannah Riley, Artwork
Aleena Galvan. Artwork - two piece winner
Sara Sanchez, Artwork
Angelina Devona, Artwrok - two piece winner
Gaelynn Prosser, Artwork - two piece winner
Sobeida Garcia-Cardona, Artwork


Division IV Medalist
Ramon Rubio, Animation - two piece winner
Sidney Andrade, Graphic Design
Alyssa Finklea, Artwork

Coffee with the Superintendent Set for February 22 at Pine Tree High School

You are invited to Coffee with Pine Tree Superintendent Dr. TJ Farler on February 22 at Pine Tree High School in The Bistro.  The event will start at 7:45 a.m.  Pine Tree parents are invited to attend.

Coffee with the Superintendent is a casual discussion with Pine Tree Superintendent Farler to discuss district initiatives and accomplishments and provides an opportunity for PT parents, staff and community to have a an open dialogue with the leader of the district.

Grab a cup of coffee and visit with PT Superintendent TJ Farler.

For additional information about the Coffee with the Superintendent, call 903-295-5136.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Big Techs Event to Showcase Longview Industries

A new event called “Big Techs” will provide the public with behind-the-scenes tours of some of the industries that make Longview work. Held on Saturday, February 24, participants will have the opportunity to see how Komatsu builds the world’s largest front-end loader, how Eastman turns chemicals into products, how Neiman Marcus distributes goods around the world, and other cool technology that drives the industrial economy. As part of Industry Appreciation, Big Techs is a collaborative effort of the Longview Economic Development Corporation, the Longview Convention and Visitors Bureau, and several area industries.


Longview’s history and present are full of makers, builders, doers, and inventors. Ever since Longview was founded as a railroad town in 1870, industrious people have been making cool stuff in our corner of East Texas. That industrious culture grew with the East Texas Oil Boom of the 1930’s and the manufacturing necessity of World War II. Today, Longview companies continue that tradition, using modern technology to create, build, and distribute goods.

As part of Big Techs, free tours will be provided at AAON, Eastman, Holt Cat, Komatsu, and Neiman Marcus. Tour times vary throughout the day. Tour space is limited, so please register in advance. Age restrictions apply for some tours.

In addition to the factory tours, activities will be held in downtown Longview from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., including food trucks and special exhibits at Longview World of Wonders, Gregg County Historical Museum, and Longview Museum of Fine Arts. Downtown will also feature outdoor equipment displays from Boss Crane, Holt Cat, and the City of Longview. Downtown outdoor activities and Gregg County Historical Museum admission are free. $5 admission is required for Longview World of Wonders and Longview Museum of Fine Arts.

To participate in the free tours, please register online at VisitLongviewTexas.com. Please contact the Longview Convention and Visitors Bureau for more information at 903-753-3281.

AAON: 203 Gum Springs Rd.

50 minute tour times: 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m.

Texas is hot, but AAON products help keep us cool. AAON is engaged in the engineering, manufacturing, and marketing of air conditioning and heating equipment. Learn how AAON builds everything from commercial-sized air conditioners to geothermal/water-source heat pumps and coils. Must wear close-toed shoes and long pants. Facility is not heated; wear weather appropriate clothing.

Eastman: 300 Kodak Blvd.

50 minute tour times: 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m.

Eastman is a global advanced materials and specialty additives company that produces a broad range of products found in items people use every day. From the film on your car’s windshield to the screen on your tablet, from baby bottles to passenger jets, from tires to attire, the world depends on products made from Eastman Chemical materials.

Holt Cat: 2210 Neiman Marcus Pkwy.

50 minute tour times: 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m.

Just about every child has taken apart a toy just to see if they could put it together. Now, imagine if you did that with a full size bulldozer? Come see how Holt Cat completely refurbishes large Caterpillar earth-moving equipment into like-new condition. Children are welcome with adult. Must wear closed toe shoes. Safety glasses will be provided
.

Komatsu: 2400 S. MacArthur St.

80 minute tour times: 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

When we say Big Techs, we do mean big. The world’s largest front-end loader is an earth-mover of massive proportion. The 2,300 horsepower machine weighs 560,000 pounds and features tires that are 14 feet tall. The bucket holds 80 tons of dirt, which is more than can fit in an 18-wheeler. Yet, this huge machine is fuel efficient utilizing a hybrid diesel / electric drive. 80 minute tour. Minimum age: 12.

Neiman Marcus Distribution Center, 2301 Neiman Marcus Pkwy.

50 minute tour times: 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m.

For over a century, Neiman Marcus has focused on serving the unique needs of the luxury market. Discover how Neiman Marcus uses modern technology to distribute upscale assortments of apparel, accessories, jewelry, beauty and decorative home products. Minimum age: 13. Must wear closed toe shoes. No cameras.

Downtown Activities:


10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Come-and-go. No registration required.

Hands-On STEM at Longview World of Wonders, 112 E. Tyler St. ($5 entry) featuring Pine Tree ISD students

Map Tech at Gregg County Historical Museum. 214 N. Fredonia St. (Free)

Art Tech at Longview Museum of Fine Arts, 215 E. Tyler St. ($5 entry)

Plus: Food Trucks, giant crane from Boss Crane, Longview Fire ladder truck, more.



Register for Big Techs

Pine Tree Math Science Team Places 3rd Overall at Daingerfield Meet


Congratulations to the Math Science Team on their February 10th TMSCA Meet in Daingerfield, where they placed 3rd overall.  Medals went to top five places. Pine Tree Junior High tgarnered twenty-three of the top five spots in four events! 

Congratulations to Pine Tree's 7th and 8th graders who scored in the top 10 in their events.

Number Sense:
·       Brayden Haesecke – 2nd place, 6th grade
·       Damil Arogo – 5th place, 6th grade
·       Megan Wolfe – 7th place, 6th grade
·       Ryan Alonso – 8th place, (5th grader!)
·       Uriel Reyes – 10th place, 6th grade
·       Noah Sims – 1st place, 7th grade
·       Fatima Vazquez – 2nd place, 7th grade
·       Asyiah Bray – 3rd place, 7th grade
·       Shane Moore – 7th place, 7th grade
·       Isaac Tesser – 3rd place, 8th grade
·       Bryce Willadson – 4th place, 8th grade
·       Zoe Davis – 8th place, 8th grade

Calculator:
·       Dealyn Evans – 2nd place, 6th grade
·       Jose Aranda – 3rd place, 6th grade
·       Alexandra Sanchez – 7th place, 6th grade
·       Stephanie Viramontes, 9th place, 6th grade
·       Fatima Vazquez – 1st place, 7th grade
·       Shane Moore – 2nd place, 7th grade
·       Marco Echave – 4th place, 7th grade
·       Morgan Sharp – 5th place, 7th grade
·       Jai Ryan – 8th place, 7th grade
·       Zoe Davis – 10th place, 8th grade

Math:
·       Jose Aranda – 3rd place, 6th grade
·       Damil Arogo – 4th place, 6th grade
·       Brayden Haesecke – 5th place, 6th grade
·       Quinton Clark – 9th place, 6th grade
·       Harper Jones – 10th place, 6th grade
·       Noah Sims – 1st place, 7th grade
·       Asyiah Bray – 3rd place, 7th grade
·       Haris Hussain – 6th place, 7th grade
·       Fatima Vazquez – 8th place, 7th grade
·       Jonathan Cordova – 9th place, 7th grade
·       Bryce Willadson – 2nd place, 8th grade
·       Kaleb Hogue – 8th place, 8th grade

Science:
·       Kylen Finch - 8th place, 6th grade
·       Anna Naseiro – 9th place, 6th grade
·       Jose Aranda – 10th place, 6th grade
·       Lenore Martin – 1st place, 7th grade
·       Asyiah Bray – 4th place, 7th grade
·       Ian Boche’ – 7th place, 7th grade
·       Noah Sims – 8th place, 7th grade
·       Shane Moore - 9th place, 7th grade
·       Samuel Beall – 3rd place, 8th grade
·       Rebecca Leeson – 5th place, 8th grade
·       Carlo Echave – 9th place, 8th grade

Pine Tree Junior High Winners
Pine Tree Junior High Winners
Pine Tree Junior High winners


Pine Tree Middle School Winners
Pine Tree Middle School Winners




Monday, February 12, 2018

Pine Tree Coach Earns USADA Weightlifting and Safe Sport Certifications

Cody Ellis, Strength and Conditioning Director for Pine Tree ISD, has earned his certification through USAW as a Sports Performance Coach.  He is also earned his Safe Sport Certification and has completed the USADA 2018 Coach's Advantage Program.

Both the USA Weightlifting and Safe Sport Certification are required to train Olympic athletes as a Sports Performance Coach.  Ellis is one of only 47 certified in the state of Texas.  


Coach Ellis is in his 12th year coaching at the high school and collegiate level.  He holds a Master of Education in Kinesiology from the University of Texas at Tyler.


He played baseball at Tyler Junior College and the University of Arkansas at Monticello.  He returned to coach at Tyler Junior College after graduation from UAM and won a National Championship in 2007 as an assistant coach.  


Ellis has been a Strength & Conditioning Director at Henderson ISD, Brownsboro ISD, and Frankston ISD.  





Pine Tree Culinary Arts Competes in SkillsUSA Competition - Amber Smith Takes 2nd in Commercial Baking Category

Pine Tree Culinary Arts competed in the SkillsUSA Competition February 9 in Waco.  Pine Tree ISD students Jazlyn Womack, Taeshawn Turner and Amber Smith represented Pine Tree.

Amber Smith competed in the Commercial Baking category and placed 2nd.  Smith will continue for the second year in a row in that category in state competition in April.

SkillsUSA is a national membership association serving high school, college and middle school students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations, and for further education. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel.

PTHS Choirs Dominate at UIL

The Pine Tree High School choirs, under the direction of Danielle Warren, competed in UIL Competition at Marshall High School on February 9.  PTHS Choir has a long standing tradition of superior ratings at this competition and this year the streak continues.  Congratulations to each of our PT students!

Solos:
Liliana Martinez, Class 1, Superior
Sobieda Garcia, Class 2, Superior
Brooke Leath, Class 1, Superior
Tianna Bond, Class 1, Superior
Jeremy Minor, Class 2, Superior
Juan Ruiz, Class 1, Superior
Tyrese Smith, Class 1, Superior
J’Vin Howard, Class 1, Superior
Ty Robinson, Class 1, Superior
Emily Fowler, Class 1, Superior
Elisabeth Pinkston, Class 1, Superior
Cyndi Ponton, Class 1, Superior
Jasmine Martinez, Class 1, Superior
Megan Oswald, Class 1, Superior
Nick Caraway, Class 1, Superior
Natalie Wright, Class 2, Superior
Elijah Hall, Class 3, Superior
Sedrick Evans, Class 2, Superior
Priscilla SanMiguel, Class 3, Superior
Emma Carter, Class 3, Superior

Ensembles:

Non Varsity Women, Class 2, Superior
Rebekah Donnell
Alyssa Davila
Deja Wilbur
Ashley Jochum
Kloie Schultz
Samantha Hosmer

Varsity Mixed, Class 1, Superior
Cyndi Ponton
Tianna Bond
Kemaro Collins
Tyrese Smith
Caylon Coby
Sedrick Evans
Zofia Allen
Lili Martinez


Jasmine Martinez
Emilee Fowler
Ty Robinson
Michael Donnell
Trenton Altis
Dalan Ramthun
Eryne Henderson
Naomi Hawkins

Class 1 Superior ratings will compete at state solo and ensemble in May at UT Austin.


Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Big Techs Event to Showcase Longview Industries

A new event called “Big Techs” will provide the public with behind-the-scenes tours of some of the industries that make Longview work. Held on Saturday, February 24, participants will have the opportunity to see how Komatsu builds the world’s largest front-end loader, how Eastman turns chemicals into products, how Neiman Marcus distributes goods around the world, and other cool technology that drives the industrial economy. As part of Industry Appreciation, Big Techs is a collaborative effort of the Longview Economic Development Corporation, the Longview Convention and Visitors Bureau, and several area industries.

Longview’s history and present are full of makers, builders, doers, and inventors. Ever since Longview was founded as a railroad town in 1870, industrious people have been making cool stuff in our corner of East Texas. That industrious culture grew with the East Texas Oil Boom of the 1930’s and the manufacturing necessity of World War II. Today, Longview companies continue that tradition, using modern technology to create, build, and distribute goods.

As part of Big Techs, free tours will be provided at AAON, Eastman, Holt Cat, Komatsu, and Neiman Marcus. Tour times vary throughout the day. Tour space is limited, so please register in advance. Age restrictions apply for some tours.

In addition to the factory tours, activities will be held in downtown Longview from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., including food trucks and special exhibits at Longview World of Wonders, Gregg County Historical Museum, and Longview Museum of Fine Arts. Downtown will also feature outdoor equipment displays from Boss Crane, Holt Cat, and the City of Longview. Downtown outdoor activities and Gregg County Historical Museum admission are free. $5 admission is required for Longview World of Wonders and Longview Museum of Fine Arts.

To participate in the free tours, please register online at VisitLongviewTexas.com. Please contact the Longview Convention and Visitors Bureau for more information at 903-753-3281.

AAON: 203 Gum Spring Rd.

50 minute tour times: 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m.

Texas is hot, but AAON products help keep us cool. AAON is engaged in the engineering, manufacturing, and marketing of air conditioning and heating equipment. Learn how AAON builds everything from commercial-sized air conditioners to geothermal/water-source heat pumps and coils. Must wear close-toed shoes and long pants. Facility is not heated; wear weather appropriate clothing.

Eastman: 300 Kodak Blvd.

50 minute tour times: 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m.

Eastman is a global advanced materials and specialty additives company that produces a broad range of products found in items people use every day. From the film on your car’s windshield to the screen on your tablet, from baby bottles to passenger jets, from tires to attire, the world depends on products made from Eastman Chemical materials.

Holt Cat: 2210 Neiman Marcus Pkwy.

50 minute tour times: 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m.

Just about every child has taken apart a toy just to see if they could put it together. Now, imagine if you did that with a full size bulldozer? Come see how Holt Cat completely refurbishes large Caterpillar earth-moving equipment into like-new condition. Children are welcome with adult. Must wear closed toe shoes. Safety glasses will be provided.

Komatsu: 2400 S. MacArthur St.

80 minute tour times: 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

When we say Big Techs, we do mean big. The world’s largest front-end loader is an earth-mover of massive proportion. The 2,300 horsepower machine weighs 560,000 pounds and features tires that are 14 feet tall. The bucket holds 80 tons of dirt, which is more than can fit in an 18-wheeler. Yet, this huge machine is fuel efficient utilizing a hybrid diesel / electric drive. 80 minute tour. Minimum age: 12.

Neiman Marcus Distribution Center, 2301 Neiman Marcus Pkwy.

50 minute tour times: 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m.

For over a century, Neiman Marcus has focused on serving the unique needs of the luxury market. Discover how Neiman Marcus uses modern technology to distribute upscale assortments of apparel, accessories, jewelry, beauty and decorative home products. Minimum age: 13. Must wear closed toe shoes. No cameras.

Downtown Activities:

10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Come-and-go. No registration required.

Hands-On STEM at Longview World of Wonders, 112 E. Tyler St. ($5 entry) featuring Pine Tree ISD students

Map Tech at Gregg County Historical Museum. 214 N. Fredonia St. (Free)

Art Tech at Longview Museum of Fine Arts, 215 E. Tyler St. ($5 entry)

Plus: Food Trucks, giant crane from Boss Crane, Longview Fire ladder truck, more.



Register for Big Techs

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Pine Tree Junior High and Middle School Takes 3rd Place in UIL Competition

Pine Tree Junior High and Pine Tree Middle School brought home 3rd placed district at the District UIL Competition on February 3.  

Pine Tree Junior High 

Calculator - coached by Michelle Randall
7th grade                                                                                                     8th grade
Grant Beakley - 3rd place                                                                         Payton Wright - 4th place
Shane Moore - 4th place                                                                           Zoe Davis - 5th place
Jacob Juarez - 6th place                                                                            Emily Jimenez - 6th place
Beakley, Juarez & Moore - 2nd place team                                         Davis, Jimenez & Wright - 2nd Pl team

Chess Puzzle Solving - coached by Michelle Randall
7th grade                                                                                                    8th grade
Noah Sims - 1st place                                                                              Bryce Willadson - 2nd place
Cordova, Hussain & Sims - 3rd place team                                       Sam Beall - 3rd place
                                                                                                                       Kaleb Hogue - 4th place 
                                                                                                                       Beall, Hogue & Willadson - 1st PL team


Dictionary Skills - coached by Cory Whyte
8th grade
Cambrie Salsar - 3rd place
Jones, Kim & Salsar - 3rd place team

Editorial Writing - coached by Debra Benner
7th grade                                                                                                     8th grade
Karima Mbeh - 1st place                                                                          Iman Dar - 2nd place
Lenore Martin - 3rd place                                                                       Rebecca Leeson - 6th place

Impromptu Speaking - coached by Loree’ Tatum
8th grade
Cason Johnson - 2nd place


Listening Skills - coached by Linda Nelson
7th grade                                                                                                     8th grade
Chadea Gipson - 1st place                                                                        Briseno, Morgan & Pride - 3rd Pl team
Gipson, Lee & Rust - 2nd place team

Maps, Graphs & Charts - coached by Wanda Eastin
8th grade
Iman Dar - 6th place
Cordova, Dar & Meza - 3rd place team


 Mathematics - coached by Michelle Randall
7th grade                                                                                                  8th grade
Asyiah Bray - 1st place                                                                          Bryce Willadson - 1st place                         
Grant Beakley - 2nd place                                                                    Zoe Davis - 3rd place
Noah Sims - 4th place                                                                            Davis, Hogue & Willadson - 2nd Pl team
Beakley, Bray & Sims - 1st place team                     

Modern Oratory - coached by Susan Curtis
8th grade
Keelie Garrett - 1st place
Taryn Horton - 5th place

Music Memory - coached by Dominque Minor
8th grade
Briseno, Cary & Sanchez - 3rd place team

Poetry - coached by Loree’ Tatum
7th grade                                                                                                    
Saniyah Hill - 4th place
Cheyenne Ethridge - 5th place

Prose - coached by Loree’ Tatum
7th grade                                                                                                     8th grade
Emily Smith - 5th place                                                                            Steph Davis - 5th place

Number Sense - coached by Michelle Randall
7th grade                                                                                                     8th grade
Grant Beakley - 1st place                                                                         Bryce Willadson - 1st place
Noah Sims - 4th place                                                                               Zoe Davis - 2nd place
Asyiah Bray - 6th place                                                                            Isaac Tesser - 5th place
Beakley, Bray & Sims - 1st place team                                                 Davis, Tesser & Willadson - 1st Pl team

Science - coached by Michelle Randall
7th grade                                                                                                     8th grade
Lenore Martin - 5th place                                                                        Rebecca Leeson - 3rd place
Asyiah Bray - 6th place                                                                             Zoe Davis - 5th place
Bray, Kisner & Martin - 3rd place team                                               Sam Beall- 6th place
                                                                                                                         Beall, Davis & Leeson - 2nd Pl team

Social Studies - coached by Carol Chrietzberg
8th grade
Cambrie Salser - 6th place
Jones, Salser & Saunders - 3rd place team

Spelling - coached by Kristi Hook
7th grade                                                                                                     8th grade
Lenore Martin - 2nd place                                                                       Bueno, Cordova & Kim - 3rd Pl team
Natalie Hunt - 4th place
Booth, Hunt & Martin - 2nd place team


7th grade - 3rd place team
8th grade - 3rd place team
Pine Tree - 3rd place District 
______________________________________________________________________________________________

PT Middle School

Art - coached by Nicole Davis
6th grade
Alexandra Sanchez - 2nd place
Stefany Paz - 4th place 
Sanchez, Paz, Montanez - 1st place team 

Calculator - coached by Michelle Randall
6th grade                                                                                                    
Dealyn Evans - 1st place                                             
Alexandra Sanchez - 1st  place                                                                
Jose Aranda - 3rd place  
Evans, Sanchez, Aranda - 1st place team                                
                                                                          

Editorial Writing - coached by Tammy Reeves
6th grade                                                                                                    
Harper Jones - 3rd place                                             
Chloe Tesser - 5th place 
Alyssia Leary - 6th place                              

Impromptu Speaking - coached by Jamye Marsh
6th grade
Reigan Davidson  - 2nd place
Xander Gonzales - 5th place

Listening Skills
6th grade                                                                                                    
Alexandra Sanchez - 5th place                                                  
Chloe Tesser - 6th place
Tesser, Viramontes, Sanchez 2nd place team 

Maps, Graphs & Charts - coached by Misty Meza
6th grade
Christan Hensley - 6th place


Mathematics - coached by Michelle Randall
6th grade                                                                                                    
Jose Aranda - 4th place                                                                                             
Preston Armstrong - 5th place                                                   
Brayden Haesecke - 6th place                                                                     
Aranda, Armstrong, Haesecke - 2nd place team                   

Modern Oratory - coached by Nicole Davis
6th grade
Savanna White - 2nd place

Poetry - coached by Linda Wilcox
6th grade                                                                                                    
Ewoma Ugbini - 5th place

Number Sense - coached by Michelle Randall
6th grade                                                                                                    
Jose Aranda - 2nd place                                               
Dealyn Evans - 4th place                                                                                                                       
Brayden Haesecke - 4th place
Aranda, Evans, Haesecke - 1st place team              

Ready Writing - coached by Taylor Thibodeaux
6th grade
Aspen Myers - 2nd place
Savanna White - 5th place

Social Studies - coached by Nicole Davis
6th grade
Hensley, Scaggs, Velazquez - 3rd place team

Spelling - coached by Tammy Reeves
6th grade                                                                                                    
Damil Arogo - 2nd place                                               
Colton Smith - 5th place
Arogo, Castillo, Smith - 1st place team



Pine Tree - 3rd place District 

Congratulations!