Education-Youth

Stanzel Family Foundation gives grants to SISD teachers

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Schulenburg ISD congratulates the following teachers who were awarded grants from the Stanzel Family Foundation for their innovative classroom ideas and student opportunities. Schulenburg ISD appreciates all of the support that the school receives from the Stanzel Family Foundation.

Schulenburg 4-H elects officers, makes donation

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The Schulenburg 4-H Club held its meeting on Sunday, Sept. 13 at the Wolters Park pavilion, at which officers elections took place and donations were collected to aid in the Hurricane Laura cleanup.

‘Letters About Literature Texas’ open to students

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The Texas Center for the Book has launched the 2020-21 Letters About Literature Texas contest, a program that invites students to respond to authors of books or poetry who have touched their lives. The contest opens on Wednesday, Nov.

Swine tag orders for major shows due Sept. 24

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All 4-H and FFA members in Fayette County who plan to show swine (market or gilts) at the major shows must place their order for tags by Thursday, Sept. 24 with the Fayette County Extension Office in La Grange.

Shorthorn News

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Note: Breakfast is free and lunch is free to all students.

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Daily – FF chocolate or 1% white milk.

St. Rose News

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•Thursday, Sept. 24 – Hot dogs with chili and cheese, ranch beans, pickle relish, fruit, milk.

Swine tag orders for major shows due Sept. 24

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All 4-H and FFA members in Fayette County who plan to show swine (market or gilts) at the major shows must place their order for tags by Thursday, Sept. 24 with the Fayette County Extension Office in La Grange.

Mau places in Jr. Livestock Judging Texas Cup

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Harper Mau, a Fayetteville 4-H member, placed seventh overall in the Junior Livestock Judging Texas Cup. The Texas Cup results are calculated from all the online judging contests reported on judgingcard.com..

Dukes & duchesses from Schulenburg High’s Homecoming

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Schulenburg High’s 2020 dukes and duchesses, as selected by their respective classes, were recognized at halftime of last Friday’s Homecoming game. They are: (from left) juniors Orlando Adame and Megan Ohnheiser; sophomores Tamara Otto and Kobi Valchar; and freshmen Tyler Ryba and Keaton Walker. See Page 1 for other Homecoming honorees. Sticker Photos By Darrell Vyvjala