Monthly Archives: March 2022


Seth Landrum

Congratulations to Seth Landrum (pictured with State Senator Bryan Hughes) on winning a $1,000 scholarship from Right to Life of East Texas.  

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5th Grade

Our 5th graders study European and early American explorers in their history class. In literature, they read about the famous American navigator, Nathaniel Bowditch. Creating a tall ship accompanies these studies. Students have made a variety of types of ships and are pleased to show them to the whole school!

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Nacogdoches County Steer Show

Congratulations to the following students on their accomplishments in the Nacogdoches County Steer Show: Quint Middlebrook (placed 4th overall steer); Emory Cobb (won Reserve Champion Junior Showman and Champion Charolais steer, and place 3rd overall steer); and Cason Cobb (won Reserve Champion English/English cross, and placed 6th overall steer)!

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Art

Our upper school art students attempted to capture life as it really is, or at least as it appears to be, through figure sketching. Learning to express the individuality of perception is the key to understanding illustration.

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Track

Our JH track students did a great job at their first track meet of the season! Congratulations to the following JH track students who received a medal: Irelynn Garza (1st in the 100m dash, 7th grade girls), Abigail Cotten (1st in the 100m hurdles and 2nd in the 100m dash, 7th grade girls) and Jericho Maness (4th in the 1600m run, 8th grade boys).

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3rd Grade

After studying David and Goliath, 3rd graders had the opportunity to make their own slingshots and demonstrate how they work to their class.

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TAPPS

Congratulations to our TAPPS solo ensemble award recipients: Cate Baker (viola), who received a 1, or “superior” rating; and Mason Baker (double bass), who also received a 1. These students have been working diligently to learn their pieces, and their practice has certainly paid off!

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Pastor Brad Carr

We are very grateful for Pastor Brad Carr, pastor of groups and global missions at Grace Bible Church, for giving the devotion during Wednesday’s Cantabile time. He challenged our students to surround themselves with positive, Christ-like examples.

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Mr. Gary Davis

Through a captivating science experiment, the Baptist Student Ministry Director at SFA, Mr. Gary Davis, exhorted students to be salt and light in the world. As Mr. Davis poured more salt into a bowl of water, a lightbulb grew brighter, illustrating how our Christian witness collectively spreads the love of Jesus throughout the world.

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Pastor Appreciation Breakfast

On Monday, Regents hosted its second annual pastors appreciation breakfast at Calvary Baptist Church. Our time included singing, prayer, and discussion about co-laboring to partner with families in raising children in the fear and admonition of the Lord (Eph 6; Deut 6). We are grateful to you, pastors, for all your efforts in investing in our community. Thanks also to Calvary Baptist Church for letting us borrow their fellowship hall.

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