Via the Athens ISD Facebook Page: 🏆🏆🏆Athens High School’s math teams once again dominated in district competition. The number sense, calculator applications, and general math teams each took first place at Wednesday’s UIL District 18-4A Academic Meet hosted at Athens High School. In number sense, Ideal Ademaj was first, Aryn Rodriguez was second, Ale Pedroza was third, and Dylan Lindsey was sixth. In calculator, Jacob Moore was first, Pedroza was third, Yuvia Leon was fourth, and Ademaj was fifth. In general math, Moore was first, Ademaj second, Rodriguez third, and Leon fifth. All six competitors qualified for the regional meet to be held in Huntsville April 14. Pictured (from left) are Lindsey, Leon, Moore, Pedroza and Ademaj. Well done!
Via the Athens ISD Facebook Page: Athens High School One Act Play wins bi-district with straight 1’s! Outstanding Technician – Mady Kitchens; Honorable Mention All-Star Cast – Gavvy Lott; All-Star Cast – Jackson Killgore; Best Actor – Will Perryman. Area competition in Temple on Thursday. 🙌 AHS Hornet Theatre Company
The Technology Student Association Regional Meet was held in Carthage March 19-20. This was the third year for Athens High School to have a chapter, and its members entered a total of 88 projects or entries. Of those, 87 advanced to state competition. Some notable mentions are Tucker Hall with extemporaneous speech, Noah Sikes and Toby Rhodes with Technology Problem Solving, and a team of students competing in On-Demand Video. All three of those categories are possible national-qualifying events. Other projects included a range of photography, video editing, desktop publishing and more. “I could not be more proud of these students and their diligent, hard work to make this chapter the best it can possibly be,” said TSA Chapter Advisor Julie Patterson. “Taking all but one entry to state is a pretty big accomplishment.” Pictured (back row, from left) are Rhodes, Hall, Reagan Gore, Sikes, Armando Ceballos, Ashton Vasquez, (front row, from left) Kathryn Martinez, Jackie Rodriguez, Gianella Castaneda and Kathy Tellez. (Courtesy photo)
By Toni Garrard Clay/AISD Communications Coordinator
Mi’Trevion Thompson wanted to do something nice at his school. So the Central Athens Elementary third-grader got his classmates to join him in writing letters of appreciation to each campus staff member, which he then hand-delivered with treats.
“It made me feel happy,” he said. “I wanted to do it because I like being nice to people.”
The Athens ISD February Teachers and Employee of the Month are (from left) Karla Rodriguez, first-grade teacher at Bel Air Elementary; Nikki Dubose, fourth-grade math and science teacher at Central Athens Elementary; Pauletta Barron, kindergarten teacher at South Athens Elementary; Michael Black, art teacher at Athens Middle School; Jarrett Buchholtz, football/track coach and health and special ed inclusion teacher at Athens High School; Natalie Kincy, agricultural science teacher in the Career & Technical Education department at AHS; and Rebecca Duran, district custodian. (Toni Garrard Clay/AISD)