Category: Austin County Schools

  • Sealy I.S.D.
  • Bellville I.S.D.
  • Brazos I.S.D.
  • Faith Academy

Sealy Varsity Baseball Team Loses to Needville in Conference Game

The Sealy varsity baseball team suffered a 9-4 loss to Needville in a conference game held on Tuesday. Despite their best efforts, Sealy was unable to catch up to Needville's lead, with Needville maintaining a consistent edge throughout the game. The loss is a setback for Sealy, but they've had a successful season so far with a 12-4-1 record.

Bellville ISD Resource Officers Train During Spring Break for School Threat Response

The Bellville Independent School District (BISD) resource officers are using their spring break to fine-tune their tactics and strategies for responding to school threats. The training sessions include drills and simulations to practice responding to a variety of scenarios in a controlled environment. BISD is committed to prioritizing student and staff safety and has implemented a variety of measures to enhance security.

Brazos Middle School Cougars and Cougarettes Shine at Van Vleck Track & Field Athletic Meet

The Brazos Middle School Cougars and Cougarettes recently participated in the Van Vleck Track & Field Athletic Meet, displaying remarkable athletic abilities and teamwork. Despite tough competition, the teams managed to secure commendable rankings in each category, with the 8th-grade girls' team placing 2nd and the 7th-grade boys' team also finishing in 2nd place. The Cougars and Cougarettes demonstrated their potential and dedication towards their craft, leaving their coaches and supporters proud.

Faith Academy Track Team Excels in Back-to-Back Meets Before Spring Break

The Faith Academy Track Team recently showcased their skills at back-to-back meets before Spring Break. The team faced off against private Christian schools and public schools, with several of their athletes placing in the top six in their respective events. Despite waiting for the completion of the new Bellville HS track, the team has been working hard, practicing their skills on the Mile Loop trail and at school, determined to better themselves and rise to the challenge of competing with larger schools.

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