Category: Bellville I.S.D.

Bellville High School FFA Tractor Tech Team Earns State Contest Berth

The Bellville High School FFA Tractor Tech Team has secured their spot in the highly competitive State contest after an impressive second-place finish at the Texas FFA Area XI Association Tractor Tech Contest. Comprising Donnie Smart, Chaise Richter, and Chase Hardin, this accomplished team demonstrated their expertise in tractor mechanics and agricultural machinery technology. Their upcoming participation in the STATE contest at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo in March marks a significant recognition of their dedication and skills in the field.

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Bellville High School Students Shine in FCCLA State Competition Qualifiers

Bellville High School celebrates the outstanding achievement of its students qualifying for the FCCLA State Competition. Andie Eckermann, Brily Helms, and the team of Ellena Cano, Briana Orduna, and Natalie Padron have showcased their exceptional skills in Career Investigation, Teach or Train, and Chapter Service Project Display categories, respectively. Their success not only highlights individual excellence but also exemplifies the strong educational values and community spirit fostered at Bellville High.

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Bellville FFA Kicks off CDE Season with Strong Performances in Multiple Competitions

Bellville FFA makes a strong start to their Career Development Events (CDE) season with outstanding performances across multiple competitions. The teams secured impressive rankings in forages, nursery/landscape, and more, with individual members earning high honors. This success highlights the dedication and hard work of Bellville FFA students as they embark on a promising semester of competitions.

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Austin County Schools Keeping a Watchful Eye on Arctic Weather

As the arctic weather approaches Austin County, local school districts are taking proactive measures to keep students and staff safe. The Bellville, Brazos, and Sealy school districts have released statements informing the community about their ongoing efforts to monitor the weather conditions and potential impacts.

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