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OHS Academic Team second at district

The Ozona High School Academic Team competed at the District Meet Saturday in Eldorado.

Ozona placed second overall at the meet.

Twelve students qualified for the Region I Meet, which will be April 12-14 at Odessa College.

Students qualifying for regional are: Ivana Hernandez, Wendy Mata, Holly Munsell, Chastity Hodges, Citlalli Cano, Manuel Torralba, Humberto Torralba, David Landin, Coulter McWilliams, Chantz Elliott, JJ Rangel and Josh Knaack.

 

 

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School board votes on legal council, update on OES bat situation

The Crockett County CCSD School Board held a special meeting Monday night to discuss the hiring of legal counsel.

The board unanimously approved to make Sara Leon and Associates LLC the district’s legal counsel.

“After many years with Powell & Leon, Sara created her own firm and has represented CCCCSD for over 20 years. She is familiar with our community and our district and we are happy to continue our association with her firm,” said Superintendent Raul Chavarria.

Chavarria also gave an update on the bat removal situation at Ozona Elementary School:

 

 

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Business of the Year: Cafe Next Door

THE CAFE NEXT DOOR was chosen as the Business of the Year at the annual Ozona Chamber of Commerce Banquet on March 28 at the Civic Center. Pictured are: (left to right) Chamber Board Past Chairman Laurie Hale, Cafe Next Door Employees Leandra Hernandez and Elizabeth Reyes, Cafe Next Door Manager Laura Borrego, Chamber President Shanon Biggerstaff and Chamber Chairman of the Board Amit Patel.

 

 

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Blending technology, teaching

“Ready, set, go!”

First Grade Students in Kimberly Harris’ class raise to easel to start breaking down their vocabulary words. Harris reminds the other students watching to pay attention because the students working might have to “phone a friend.”

While Harris works with this group of students, the rest of her students are at their desks, or different areas in the room, working on papers with the help of computers or computer tablets.

No, they are not doing “busy work” or playing games. They are also learning and moving forward where they need to be on their level.

This is called Blended Learning. While the concept of combining teaching and technology may not be new, the way Blended Learning puts the two together has allowed students to make choices, learn at their own pace and move ahead if they have the ability.

 

 

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CCCCSD Update on OES Bat Removal – April 1, 2019

CCCCSD Update on OES Bat Removal – April 1, 2019

I am happy to report that we have made great progress on removing the bats from the OES Campus.  Town Lake Construction (Bat Removal Service) has completely sealed all entry points to the building that they could find.

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APRIL COMMUNITY CALENDAR: Check out what's happening in Ozona this month!

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Upham Family double champions at Houston Stock Show

THE UPHAM FAMILY won two champions in the Open Breeding Sheep Show: Dorper at the 2019 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Caitlyn Upham won Champion Ram (left photo) and Grace Upham (right photo) won Reserve Champion Ram. Other family members pictured are: Randy and Elizabeth Upham, Morgan Upham, Audrey Upham and Jody Upham.

 

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