Mansfield ISD Magazine Spring 2016 - Page 21

Congratulations to the MISD UIL Academic Winners M ore than 900 students participated in the competitive Mansfield ISD 2016 UIL Academic Tournament. MISD elementary, intermediate, and middle school teams competed in several categories that tested their reading, writing, science, math, art, history, creative, and research skills. In the elementary category, Elizabeth Smith Elementary School clenched first place for the second year in a row. Carol Holt Elementary came in second place, followed by Cora Spencer Elementary. The Elizabeth Smith Elementary School team are all smiles to win the championship trophy again. Asa Low Intermediate School came out on top for the intermediate category. Cross Timbers Intermediate was second, and Donna Shepard Intermediate placed third. The Danny Jones Middle School team was the champion in the middle school category. Linda Jobe Middle came in second place. Brooks Wester and Rogene Worley middle schools tied for third place. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNING TEAMS AND ALL OF THE STUDENTS AND CAMPUS COORDINATORS WHO DEDICATED THEMSELVES TO MAKING THIS EVENT A SUCCESS! Legacy High JROTC Earns Repeat Chance to Compete in Army Nationals F or the second straight year, the Legacy High School JROTC Armed Drill team will be competing against the best army drill teams in the nation. The Bronco Battalion march in formation at the Army Cadet Command 5th Brigade Championship. The Bronco Battalion has clenched a spot in the 2016 Army Nationals Drill Championship. The team advanced to the national competition after winning fifth place overall in the Army Cadet Command 5th Brigade Championship in San Antonio, Texas. The Army Nationals Drill Championship takes place on April 9 in Louisville, Kentucky. Last year, the Legacy High team finished in fifth place. The first three army finishers in the national competition will earn a seed at the All-Service Nationals Drill Championship in Florida. Mansfield School & Family 19