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This year's One Act Play, Defying Gravity by Jane Anderson will be performed on Monday, March 5th at 7:30 PM at the Main Street Auditorium. Pre-Sell tickets will be sold at a discount starting next Monday and can be purchased from any company member or Mr. Boyer ($3 for adults, $2 for students). At the door, tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students. The show will run 40 minutes and this will be our only performance before competition.
Yearbook recognition ads are a great way for parents, families and friends to commemorate student achievements and important milestones. In addition, revenues from recognition ads help our school to create a better yearbook.
SENIORS: If you have not ordered your cap and gown, please do so as soon as possible. A Graduation Package with cap, gown and tassel is $42.95. After March 10th a $10.00 late fee applies.
Health Science Classes are hosting a blood drive on Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 8:30 to 3 p.m. All blood donors will receive a free limited edition t-shirt. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Results from the Hendrickson UIL Meet from February 3rd: Ready Writing – Lexie Whitworth 2nd Place Number Sense - Toby Sellers 4th Place Literary Criticism – Gabe Kopit 6th Place Spelling and Vocabulary – Toby Sellers 3rd Place The Spelling Team of Toby Sellers, Lexie Whitworth and Josh Farley placed as the 2nd place team behind McNeil High School and missed 1st by only 7 points. Results from Texas State Virtual Challenge Meet #3 Social Studies – 8th Place Team in 4A Team Members- Ansley Bartoli, Josh Farley, Gabe Kopit Spelling and Vocabulary – 2nd Place Team in 4A Team Members – Lexie Whitworth, Toby Sellers, and Josh Farley Lexie Whitworth – 6th Place in 4A Toby Sellers – 9th Place in 4A
Miguel Torres , Joel Cruz Chris Gomes have committed to playing sports at the next level. Miguel Torres and Joel Cruz will play baseball at Cisco Junior College. Chris Gomes will play football at Rensselaer Polytechnic.
The Taylor High School Academic Decathlon team returned home from their regional competition in Corpus Christi this past weekend as the silver medal team overall and bronze medal Super Quiz Oral Relay team. The Academic Decathlon team will head to Frisco on February 22nd for the 14th consecutive year to represent the City of Taylor at the State Academic Decathlon competition. They are currently ranked 3rd in the State Small School Division. This year’s curriculum is over the continent of Africa.
Several students traveled to Corpus Christi to compete in the FCCLA Competition and attend the Conference during the first week in February. Two groups (5 students) attended this year, and teams placed 4th, and will advance to the State Competition in early April.
Gaming Club meets during all 3 lunches every Wednesday. New members welcomed! See Ms. Butler in the library for more information.
Friday, November 10th marks nearly 100 years of history at Memorial Field. A brief history of Taylor High School football can be found here.
WCLA Results from the December show from Mrs. Haley Kelley and Ms. Jacqueline Ehrlich.
Ducks Paving the Way has kicked off a campaign offering engraved bricks to individuals, groups, clubs, and businesses to help purchase a bronze mallard statue to be placed at the new Taylor ISD sports complex. It is our hope that the bronze statue will be a place of pride representing the school district, the city of Taylor and all the people that make up this wonderful community. The bronze mallard statue will have a plaque telling the story of how we became the Taylor Ducks. Engraved bricks will be placed in the ground around the statue. Purchase online or use the attached flier.