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High School Football: Forestburg's Vann Make's History

Forestburg High School’s Taten Vann became the first football player in school history to sign a National Letter of Intent.  Vann will be attending the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, located in the central Texas community of Belton. It’s going to be a major transition going from 6-man football to a tradition-rich NCAA Division III program. But, Forestburg head coach Wayne Tuckwell said Vann will be more than up for the challenge. “It’s going to be a learning curve, especially with all the terminology,” Tuckwell said. “But, in the end, football’s . . .

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3rd Grade Reading

Mrs. Hendrix 3rd grade class has worked hard all year in reading.  Every student in the class achieved 50 plus points and were able to go on the AR Reading Field Trip.  We had a fantastic time!   Also, 3rd grade student, Cristine Moron, has achieved 50 plus points for her AR reading.  Way to Go!  See Pictures attached below

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Read Across America Week

Forestburg Elementary celebrated Read Across America Week and Dr. Suess' birthday earlier in March. Pre-K students enjoyed making "Beetle Battle Bottles" from Suess' book Fox in Socks with help from the 4th and 5th grades.  Check out the picture gallery to the right!

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Science You Can Eat

Science You Can Eat! Forestburg ISD's first and second graders got a, "taste of science", in the literal sense, prior to spring break.  Ms. Sewell's first grade class and Ms. Broerman's second grade class joined Ms. Smith's Chemistry class in the science lab to learn to measure, mix, and calculate ingredients and temperature.  Along with the help of Ms. Smith's chemistry class, they followed instructions and deposited precise measurements of ingredients into bags that were placed inside other bags containing a specified amount of salt and ice.  The first and second . . .

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Awareness Week at Forestburg ISD

The week before spring break, Forestburg ISD students and faculty observed Awareness Week.  Mrs. Hendrix organized the event, with each day representing a different condition or disease.  Each day the students wore colors to represent their awareness and support of the disease and people affected by it.  After lunch the students remained in the cafeteria as a guest speaker spoke about the disease to help promote awareness in our student body.  The students had many questions and were very attentive during the presentations. Monday: Epilepsy Awareness (Purple) Tuesday: Awareness for any Disorder (Example: . . .

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