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10| 11 | 18 | District A Cross Countryl:| individual | team. 10 | 06 | 18 10 | 23 | 17 | Region IV Cross Country Meet: individual results | team results. 10 | Rankin High School: Appeal of District A Executive Committee Decision Regarding Eligibility of a Student Athlete, Section , Changing. Jul 18, Most school districts use all of the functions in the process of educating students or organizing the A program intent code is a mandatory two-digit code used to .. 5A District 5A .. the state plan) beyond the basic educational program and that are designed to meet the needs of . Cross Country - Boys.
Senior Jessica Ewton, Swimming: Jessica has been super dedicated at practice and it showed in her meet results. Not only did she PR in her free she was an excellent leg of our free relay. Lucas knocked down four three-pointers and scored 15 points in his Trojan varsity debut in a home opening loss to the 4th-ranked Barlow Bruins.
Lucas is strong in the classroom and exemplifies the type of student-athlete that makes Wilson HS proud. Lucas's play on the floor and his achievements in the classroom make him a great candidate for the Athlete of the Week award. She was from the 3pt line and averaged October October Teachers of the Month: Kathy Diamond and Tim Loveless Students say: Diamond creates a classroom that is engaging, thought provoking, and fun! She has the ability to make the subject matter come alive. She is caring with all of her students and goes out of her way to make sure all kids are represented and acknowledged.
Diamond is always asking about our day and how we are doing in this crazy mixed up world we live in. She genuinely cares for each and every one of us! She is an All-Star!
Here is what students have to say about Mr. Loveless's classes make you think beyond the immediate and force you to peel back the layers and peek inside. His lessons are creative, stimulating, and challenging at the same time.
He is one the funniest teachers in the building with a sense of humor that is like no other. His approach to social studies is creating a generation of civically minded students. Ebrahim is a dedicated scholar, a generous soul, and a cool dude.
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He continuously reaches for excellence in the classroom with his individual work, and he also pushes the whole class forward with his enthusiastic participation.
Ebrahim shares genuinely of himself to advance discussions and help folks understand new viewpoints. Anyone who has a class with Ebrahim can feel his positive presence.
He is always engaged in class and is an excellent classmate other students. Justine is an outstanding young woman who is greatly respected by both staff and students here at Wilson. Academically, Justine has always challenged herself with higher-level courses and is a member of NHS. Thanks again to the all the student-athletes, coaches, parents, and teachers for making this Fall Season great!
Excellent accomplishments for our Cross Country Program. The squad ended up finishing 6th in the State for the year. A great accomplishment for a great group of Wilson students who demonstrate great character and leadership for Wilson High School. Lewisville The Colony High School: Pasadena Rayburn High School: Valley View High School: San Antonio Gervin Academy 5.
San Antonio Brooks Academy 2: Houston Yates High School: A student-athlete from Lewisville The Colony High School was granted an appeal for varsity eligibility. After hearing testimony from all parties, it was determined that this student did not change schools for athletic purposes.
San Antonio Gervin Academy and San Antonio Brooks Academy girls basketball programs were given two years probation and a public reprimand for fighting with opponents. Houston Yates High School football coach Michael Watkins was denied an appeal of a ruling of a district executive committee, and was placed on two years probation and issued a public reprimand.
As I understand it, that means he will not be able to play at Rankin on any varsity team until he reaches 1 year from his enrollment date there.
Though, as this rarely happens He seems to be a lightning rod and no one considers the kid.
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Unlimited, unsupervised power can lead to abuse of that power. Taking a head coaching job doesn't automatically deem a student eligible, unless they move inside the district lines.
If they live outside the district, the student-athlete must go through the waiver process. I was always led to believe, if a coach accepts a full-time job within a district, their children were automatic transfers. Our district has been educated, by UIL, the past two years. Not a fan of a coach's child's eligibility being open to subjectivity, but UIL isn't going anywhere anytime soon. I think normally if he took a head coaching job and moved Landon would be eligible.
Remember UIL, everyone is guilt until proven innocent, and I must have slept through the part of government that gave the UIL that right to act as a court.
While I do not know all the facts for sure, it sounds like Jerry Burkhart was not happy with law enforcement in Stanton. Regardless of the truth, the UIL should NOT be reach conclusions about a citizen's constitutional right to not like the final product of local law enforcement via moving to another jurisdiction AND employer.
Furthermore, I think not letting Landon play the remainder of next year in football was more than "punishment" enough for what happened at Stanton. Additionally, Sterling City is biased in regards to Landon Burkhart as they could and probably would see a Red Devil-version of Landon and Jerry Burkhart in the playoffs next year.
I am sure Coach Burkhart will lawyer up and fight this, but the UIL is full of elitist who send their kids to private schools with gated communities. Burkhart have the right to do what is best for their son's safety.