This past Monday, Nov. 9th, the Wink High School UIL Congress team of Jackie Walker, Reagan O'Brien, Bryce Carman, and Malorie Gray made school history. Bryce Carman finished third and Malorie Gray finished fourth at the District 18 Congress contest. Bryce is now qualified for the State UIL Congress competition to be held in Austin January 11-13. This is the first time in school history that Wink High School has qualified a student for the UIL State Congress competition.
On Saturday, November 7th, Wildcat, George Anaya, competed in the Class 1A State Cross Country Meet at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock. Due to all of the rain in the area in recent weeks and days leading up to the State Meet, the course quickly became a mud trail for the runners. With the rain continuing on race day, George competed in the 10th of 12 races for the Championship. Keeping your footing in the mud was of great concern for all of the competitors. A slippery start and sliding around the last turn with 3 other runners, George finished in 16th place, 1 minute and 18 seconds behind the State Champion.
This has been a great season, way to go George!!!
Congratulations to Mr. Brad Roberts and our BAAD Cat Band! We are proud of you!
Revised School Calendar approved by School Board on October 22nd. Please note the date of Graduation is now May 20th.