Rocksprings High School Graduation will be held on Friday, May 22nd at 8 p.m. at Angora Stadium.
Tuesday morning, May 12, the Edwards County Commissioners Court including County Judge Souli Shanklin along with Commissioners Kenneth Reed, Lee Sweeten and William Epperson held a regular meeting.
Next week, our Texas Mohair Weekly/Rocksprings Record issue will feature our graduating seniors. Individual photos of each student will be printed.
On behalf of the Upper Nueces-Frio Soil & Water Conservation District, RISD Superintendent Daron Worrell Upper Nueces-Frio Soil & Water Conservation District, RISD Superintendent Daron Worrell presents teachers Patricia Sanders (l) and Marsh McQueen (r) with trophies of appreciation for their efforts.
Luciano Castro has been approved by the Rocksprings ISD School Board to serve as the next principal of Rocksprings ISD. “Mr. Castro is going to be a great addition to Rocksprings ISD as well as the community,” said Superintendent Daron Worrell.
Where would we ‘bee’ without pollinator’s? That was the question that Rocksprings 7th graders answered this past December as they composed their scientific essay to submit to The Upper Nueces-Frio Soil & Water Conservation District for the 2020 Poster and Essay Contest. Mrs. Patricia Sanders helped them complete the research and foundational knowledge of the process and then Mrs. Marsha McQueen helped them to wrap it all into a cohesive essay that retained their individual writers’ voices. At that point, they were submitted and the waiting began.