Education-Youth

Alumni top current Shorthorns

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The annual Shorthorn alumni baseball game was held this past Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Sports Complex with the former Horns out-scoring the current Horns 14-5. Participating in the event were (alumni indicated by an asterisk [*]): (kneeling, from left) Robert Mear*, Brandt Vyvjala*, Hayden Schulz, Garrett Wetuski*, Jordan Jurena, Jarrod Schramek*, Boone Blansitt*, Eric Oeding*, Evan Oeding, Hunter Schulz*, Roman Zimmermann; (back, from left) Colby Guzman, Davonn Granger*, Justin Stang, Jared Nelson, Wesley Kutac*, Ben Herzik*, Greg Segura*, Greg Janda*, Christian Saucedo, Will Hooper, Javier Martinez, Jorge Olvera, Chris Hooper*, Dalton Demel, Grant Kubala, Blake Meyer, Isaias Lara, and Shorthorn head coach Madison Redmann.

Krischke on honor roll

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Caleb Krischke from Schulenburg was one of more than 300 University of Dallas undergraduate students who were named to the fall 2019 honor roll for earning a semester grade point average of 3.0 to 3.49.

St. Rose students see ‘Anne Frank’ performance in Houston

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The sixth and eighth graders from St. Rose Catholic School recently traveled to Main Street Theater in Houston to see “The Diary of Anne Frank” come to life on stage. After observing the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp in January, the sixth graders are reading the unabridged version of “The Diary of a Young Girl” by Anne Frank. The eighth graders have visited the Holocaust Museum in Houston this school year and have read the dramatized play of “The Diary of Anne Frank.” This was the culmination of both classes’ Holocaust and literature units this year led by their teachers, Wendy Becka (sixth grade) and Donna Kunz (eighth grade).

Lanier speaks at Schulenburg Secondary

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Schulenburg Secondary School students attended an assembly by Austin Lanier sponsored by Jordan Ranch on Monday, Feb. 10. This motivational speaker talked about character and led the groups with music. He explained how great life is when you overcome obstacles and work hard in school. He explained how he worked through depression, fame and bullying to build a life for himself. The students enjoyed hearing his message.

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•Monday, Feb. 24 – Chicken noodle soup, crackers, fruit cups, milk.

•Tuesday, Feb. 25 – Crispy tacos, salsa, lettuce, tomato, corn, fruit, milk.