The Salado ISD School Board met on Monday, July 16. The following is a summary of that meeting:
Archives for July 2018
Thank you again to our community and voters for your support of our bond election in May. Our employees, school board members, and architects have been working hard on the design of these bond projects. However, instead of trying to describe the facilities in writing for you in my column this week, I thought I would provide updated diagrams. As Fred R. Barnard of Printers’ Ink stated on March 10, 1927, “a picture is worth a thousand words.”
Salado Mills: Mote Smith Mill Late 1870s – 1900
By Charlene Carson Local Historian
“Just a little further,” our guide said as he coaxed us on. “It should be around the next bend.”
The four of us, which included my husband and myself and two friends, pushed through heavy underbrush, crawled under a barbed wire fence, and thrust onward in the direction of our guide’s triumphant, “Here it is!”
Girls have to beat undefeated Cameron twice for the trophy
Layla Parker hit a two-run double in the final inning to boost the Salado Shock over the Cameron Thunder on July 13 to win the TTAS 8U Coach Pitch State Tournament played in Groesbeck.
Staff will monitor heat index before marching outside
By Tim Fleischer — Editor-in-Chief
On a day in which heat records were broken across central Texas with temperatures peaking at 114 F, three Salado High School marching band members were sent to the hospital with symptoms of heat illness after the first day of outdoor practice on Mon., July 23 on a day that set heat records in central Texas.
By Tim Fleischer Editor-in-Chief
Billy Helm invites the community to the monthly Neighbors Night Out beginning at 6 p.m. Thurs. July 26 at the Mill Creek Pro Shop to learn more about a potential real estate deal between the Village and Mill Creek Country Club.
Morning event is perfect to bring kids, grandkids to meet other Salado Rocks’ collectors and painters
Salado Rocks Pace Park brings together painters and collectors of the Salado Rocks for a morning of fun and community on July 28.
The UIL Lone Star Cup is awarded annually to six high schools in Texas. One high school from each of the six UIL classifications (1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A, and 6A) earn this award based on their team performance in district and state championships in academics, athletics, and music.