Birdville ISD’s 24,000-plus students will join more than four million others across the state in celebrating Texas Public Schools Week in March. This year’s theme, “The Power of Public, Celebrate Texas Public Schools,” spotlights the host of educational opportunities available to students attending Texas public schools.
Birdville ISD is seeking input from parents and community members on future options for the educational experience of students. It will take less than 90 seconds to complete the Five Question Survey.
Birdville ISD is seeking input from parents and community members on future options for the educational experience of students. These options are designed to broaden the student’s educational opportunities by providing concentrated study in a specific area of interest.
Richland High is pleased to announce that five senior football players were named to the Academic All-State Team. To be selected to this prestigious team, a student must have an overall GPA of 92 or above in grades 9–11. The selection committee considers GPA, SAT or ACT scores and class rank. The best team a player can make is the Elite Team, which means the player has near perfect scores in all categories. Students can be on Elite, First Team, Second Team, and Honorable Mention.
Pictured are (standing): Landon Le, Elite Team; Will Quenichet, Honorable Mention; and Camden Lyons, Second Team; (seated) Jack Benson, Second Team; and Caleb Wells, Second Team.
Birdville High School’s Lady Hawks basketball team will play Arlington Heights High School in the UIL 5A Bi-District Girls Basketball playoff on Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. at Saginaw High School. Tickets are $4 for adults and $2 for students.