School and Sports

Wed
02
Jul

The “Titanic Jr.”

The “Titanic Jr.” won the cardboard boat race held at Mill Pond Park May 31st, pictured are the crew of Savannah Bronstad, granddaughter of Mitzie Brown & Kynedi Isham, daughter of Stuart& Jessica Isham & granddaughter of Edward & Grace Gibson & Worth & Patsy Isham. Worth was the engineer of the Titanic Jr., which also won a previous race held at Mill Pond
 
Wed
25
Jun

The 5th/6th Grade San Saba Junior Lady Dillos

The 5th/6th Grade San Saba Junior Lady Dillos (34-11) took third place at the 2014 Austin Lady Magic Summer Classic basketball tournament on Saturday June 21 in Cedar Park, Texas. Next up for the Lady Dillos will be a trip to Belton, Texas on July 12 to take part in the 2014 Belton Basketball Club Summer Classic. Team members are, front row left to right, Jillian Whitman, Jaedah Lambert, Kiley Cummings, Kylee Eckermann, Taylor Rountree, and Hannah Devora, Back row left to right, Courtnee Cash, Christina Robles, Tina Cazares, and Braycie Vickery
 
Wed
25
Jun

The San Saba Junior Lady Dillos

The San Saba Junior Lady Dillos (31-6) traveled to Cedar Park, Texas on Saturday June 21 and captured first place in the 7th/8th grade girls division of the 2014 Austin Lady Magic Summer Classic basketball tournament The Lady Dillos successfully completed the threepeat after winning ALM Summer Classic championships in 2012, 2013, and now 2014
 
Wed
18
Jun

San Saba 8U Boys Win 2nd Place at Brady Tournament!

San Saba 8U Boys Win 2nd Place at Brady Tournament! - Front row: Gunner Baugh, Winton Lackey, Skylar Tate, Dyllan Thiebaud. Back Row: Ethan Gonzales, Tegan Sartor, Kenny Triplet, Levi Glover, Lane King, Joshua Usery, Brady Johnson, Layke Haynes. Coaches: Billy Gonzales, Robert Baugh, Jarrod Beck
 
Wed
18
Jun

Cantrell Miller of Rochelle named to President’s List at HPU

Cantrell Oldham Miller of Rochelle was named to the President’s List at Howard Payne University during the spring 2014 semester. To be named to the President’s List, students must earn a 4.0 grade point average for all courses attempted while earning not less than twelve semester credit hours of academic coursework during the spring semester
 
Wed
18
Jun

May winners of the Literacy Project

Brinlee Johnson, 5th grade. Don’t mess with Texas

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Wed
11
Jun

Benjamin Hanna graduates from the University of Houston

Benjamin Garland Hanna, grandson of Hillard and Ruth Ann Rodgers of San Saba and the late Bobby Don Hanna of Cherokee, Sandra Tompkins and the late Albert Tompkins of Texas City, Texas; son of Nick Hanna of Austin and Sandy Johnson of Lampasas, graduated from the University of Houston in Houston, Texas with a Bachelor of Political Science degree on May 24, 2014
 
Wed
11
Jun

Winners of the San Saba Soil and Water Conservation District poster and essay contests

The San Saba Soil and Water Conservation District recently recognized the winners of a poster contest “Where Does My Water Shed” and the winners of an essay contest “Why Soil and Water Conservation Improves Water Quality”. The poster contest was open to fourth graders of the three public schools in San Saba County. San Saba ISD had over 40 participants who all received a small cash award just for participating.
Wed
04
Jun

San Saba MS holds first Digital Science Fair

The San Saba Middle School held its first ever Digital Science Fair on Tuesday, May 27, 2014. Students in grades fifth through seventh participated in this year's science fair with engaging, handson, real-world science projects. After working through the scientific method, conducting their experiment, collecting their data and writing their conclusions, students then created a digital presentation through the presentation software, Prezi. Students presented their Prezis to judges on  the morning of the 27th and then shared their presentations with other grade levels in "gallery walks". Parents and community members were invited to the school to view the science fair presentations from 4-6p.m.  

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Wed
04
Jun

San Saba 4th Grade students enjoy "Waste in Place" field trip

The San Saba Elementary 4th Grade class has been a part of the Keep San Saba Beautiful Commission’s mini lessons each Wednesday in May from the “Waste in Place” curriculum made available by the Keep Texas Beautiful Commission. Presenters from our local commission were Gale Ivy, Susie Jimenez, Patty Shaw, and Debbie Shahan. Fourth grade teaching staff, Michelle Barker, Wendy Ingram, Kelly Cash, and Belle Sealy assisted in the classroom lessons on “Pollution Solutions,” “How Aquifers Work for Us,” “Putting Litter in Its Place,” and “MRF’s (Materials Recycling Facilities).”   

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