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Friday April 18, 2014

 
School Announcements
Hi-Stepper Spring Show is Saturday
Saturday, April 19th is the 2013-2014 annual Taylor Hi-Stepper Spring Show.  The Hi-Steppers are looking forward to sharing a night of Amore' with you!  The show titled That's Amore' will be located at the Main Street Event Center Auditorium at 2:00pm.  Tickets will be $7 in advance and $8 at the door.  Please see any Hi-Stepper for an advance ticket! The Hi-Steppers are very excited to welcome back our featured performers; the THS Mallard Minstrels, the THS Dance Classes, and the THS Cheerleaders!  
6th Annual Special Olympics Set for April 12th
 On Saturday, April 12, the East Williamson County Co-op (EWCC) will host Taylor’s 6th annual local Special Olympics track meet at Taylor Middle School.  Each year, the co-op funds the Special Olympics program. Students are coached by staff members, and train throughout the year. They compete in bocce, bowling, basketball, and field/track events. Many of the athletes often qualify and advance to area and state competitions. Come out and show your support for our Special Olympics athletes.

Prom Tickets on Sale Now!
Prom 2014:  The Golden Age will be held on Saturday, May 10th at Gabriel Springs in Georgetown.  Prom tickets will be sold until Wednesday, April 30th and can be purchased in Room 1047 before school and at lunch.  To purchase a ticket, class dues for juniors and seniors must be current.  Seniors can check with Mr. Gray and juniors can check with Mrs. Fischer for information regarding class dues. Chartered buses will be available to and from prom.  For pricing information, Click Here
Important Dates for Seniors
Find important dates for the Class of 2014 graduates HERE.  
Upcoming:  Senior Trip, May 2nd.
Art Classes Showcase Talents
In celebration of National Youth Art Month, the visual arts department sponosored an art show on Friday, March 28th featuring a selection of both 2-D and 3-D student works from a variety of media.  A slideshow of the artwork displayed is available.  Click here
Speech and Debate Headed to Regional Tournament

THS Speech & Debate team competed at the UIL District tournament in Navasota on March 20th. All four competitors came home with medals including two regional qualifiers: Reed Olsen (3rd place) in Persuasive Speaking and Simon Niemtschk (2nd place) in Informative Speaking. Brittney Gonzalez took home 5th place in Poetry Interpretation and Zachary Morris took home 5th place in Prose Interpretation.  Reed and Simon will be representing Taylor at the regional tournament in April.
Rowe's Scholars Earn Top Honors

The Taylor High School Academic Decathlon team competed in the State Academic Decathlon competition in San Antonio this past weekend of February 21-23 and returned home with two bronze team medals for Super Quiz Oral Relay and Small School Overall, several individual medals, and $500 scholarships for each team member.  Once again, the Taylor High School Academic Decathlon team has been invited to represent Texas in the National Academic Decathlon Medium School Online Competition at the end of April.

Medal winners in the individual category include:  Interview – Honors Gold with a perfect score, Sarah Bohac; Honors Bronze, Reggie Caldwell;  Speech – Honors Bronze, Sarah Bohac; Scholastic Bronze, Liam Plybon; Varsity Silver, Brooke Gardner; Varsity Gold, Nick Mendoza;  Economics – Scholastic Silver, Justin Paris;  Mathematics – Honors Silver, Dominic Elizondo; Scholastic Bronze, Liam Plybon and Justin Paris.  All nine team members finished in the top nine in their categories.  Art – Honors Silver, Sarah Bohac; Scholastic Bronze, Liam Plybon.  All nine team members finished in the top nine.  Science – All nine team members finished in the top ten; Music – Varsity Silver, Andres Delgado.  All nine team members finished in the top nine.  Language and Literature – Honors Bronze, Dominic Elizondo. All nine team members finished in the top eight.  Overall, the team amassed 35,318.1 points over this year’s curriculum, World War I.  Lone Star High School from Frisco dethroned John Paul II High School from Plano by winning the gold medal.

Team members are:
Honors – Sarah Bohac, Sophomore; Dominic Elizondo, Senior; Reggie Caldwell, Junior
Scholastic – Liam Plybon, Junior; Justin Paris, Junior; Lorena Sanchez, Junior
Varsity – Brooke Gardner, Senior; Andres Delgado, Junior; Nick Mendoza, Senior

English Teachers Recognize Achievement
Tuesday’s Tea is an awards program THS English teachers have started to recognize their students’ outstanding achievement.  Held in the library, students will be recognized twice each six weeks.








Upcoming Events

5/2/2014
5/10/2014
- Prom
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
- Prom
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
5/15/2014
5/16/2014
- Day Time Awards
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM


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