Many thanks to Regents dads Michael Liebrum and Russell DonCarlos for leading the Robotics Club. The club meets after school every other Thursday throughout the school year.
Cason Cobb, 3rd grader at Regents Academy, was named grand champion in the market broiler competition. Cason raised the broilers for 6 weeks, providing all the care needed to raise chickens with the most meat. He competed against 45 other competitors.
Elizabeth Nichols, 1st grader at Regents Academy, was named grand champion in the breeding buck competition. Elizabeth cared for the rabbit for two months before the competition and competed with over 50 other children.
Congratulations, Cason and Elizabeth! We are so proud of you!
The Regents Academy 4-H club is in full swing. The club’s officers recently met to plan their monthly meeting. Pictured are club president Abby Powers, along with officers Sydney Cunyus, Ethan Fairley, Clayton Terrell, and Caroline Alders. These students are providing excellent leadership for their fellow 4-H club members.
The Texas State 4-H Roundup, held in early June at Texas A&M University, features many competitions and more than 2,500 competitors. In order to be invited to compete at the state level, students must have placed either 1st or 2nd at the district competition, each of which comprises several counties. Skeeter Gilbreath, Kaden Harman, Jake Hill, and Jess Hill, who all placed 1st at district, were invited to the state competition and competed, representing Regents Academy’s club for the first time.
We are so proud of these four Regents students, who all won awards at this year’s competition:
- Kaden Harman: Solo Instrumental, 3rd Place
- Skeeter Gilbreath and Jess Hill: Dramedy, 4th place
- Jake Hill: Public Speaking, 5th place
Also, thank you to Mrs. Jeni Gilbreath, who served as chaperone for the competition.