Devine High School Ag Teacher Robin Wheelus was awarded the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department Professional Educator of the Year Award (2017) at this year’s annual FFA Banquet last Friday, May 5, 2017.
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You could have heard a pin drop as the Devine High School One Act play set the solemn scene of Hiroshima, where the main character Sadako (Ariana Russell) suffered the long lasting effects of the atom bomb which fell ten years prior to this scene. Continue reading “DHS OAP presented moving performance of A Thousand Cranes”
The Natalia ISD Food Service/Child Nutrition Department is seeking local farmers and ranchers willing to sell their products to the school district. Continue reading “Natalia ISD seeks local farmers and ranchers for food service business partnerships”
Natalia – Members of the Natalia FFA chapter traveled to Stephenville, TX, April 27, 2017, to compete in the state Range Competition Career Development Event.
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Devine High School will present their Area qualifying One Act Play production of A Thousand Cranes by Kathryn Schultz Miller at the Devine Student Activity Center on Monday, May 8 at 7:00 pm. Continue reading “DHS One Act Play performance May 8”
Natalia Municipal Development District Chair Ruby Vera updated the Natalia City Council on the NMDD’s recent activities at the Regular Council meeting on Monday, April 17.
Continue reading “Natalia MDD secures $200k bond”
Parents of school-age kids in Devine ISD will need to plan to pay a little more for school meals this next school year. Continue reading “Price increase for DISD student meals in 2017-18”
The Natalia ISD school board voted to approve five-year strategic plan Vision 2022 at the Regular meeting on Monday, April 10.
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Tristan Woods is state bound after achieving the Top Biology score at the Regional UIL meet in Corpus Christi. Continue reading “Woods advances to State UIL meet”
A message left on an answering machine at the Devine Middle School, with the words “bomb threat” in it, prompted officials to take quick action to secure the safety of the children and staff early last Friday morning, April 14, 2017 right before school was to begin. Continue reading “Words “bomb threat” on school answering machine prompts evacuation and search”