The Bison take a win at their first away game of the season.
The OAP for 2017, Mad, written by Jill Henson and Melonie Menefee, advanced out of district and to bi-district this year, where they were awarded alternates to the area competition. So that members of the community who had not been able to make it to […]
The Lady Bison faced Hitchcock in the first round of the playoffs and then district competitor Teague for the final game. After already having faced Teague twice this year with one win for each team, the game was almost guaranteed to be close, and it […]
The Lady Bison took on Little River Academy Tuesday night for the regional quarterfinal title and came out on top after a hard-fought, back-and-forth game with the team that defeated them in the regional finals game last season. The team will move on to the […]
A tight game at home against the Teague Lions Friday night ended with a Lady Bison win, tying the team with Teague for first place in district play. While the two teams will share the district title, there are plans in the works for a […]
The theatre department performed their annual musical twice for the community, with both nights drawing large crowds despite the freezing weather. The cast and crew performed Into the Woods, transforming the auditorium into a wooded forest complete with Rapunzel’s tower. The musical, which was three […]
For basketball, December meant preseason games and tournaments, including the Bison-hosted Christmas Shootout. January meant the start of district play. The boys team is battling injuries, but all teams are working on having the best seasons they can.
With a win over Anderson-Shiro at the homecoming game, the Bison clinched a play-off spot for the season. With one game to go in the regular season, rankings are yet to be determined, but the team will definitely be in post-season play. Here are a […]
Art students worked on a motivational Dr, Seuss sketchbook project last week. Students will vote on five of the very best sketches to actually paint on canvas and hang in the elementary hallways for those students to enjoy.
Last week members of the FCCLA organization and several students in teacher Wendy Neyland’s class traveled to Huntsville for a leadership trip. Upon arrival, the students were separated into three groups. Throughout the day they participated in different games to work with their leadership and teamwork […]