||Castleberry High School and Irma Marsh Middle both had much to be proud of the first week back from Spring Break. They were able to report two great articles to local newspapers in the area.
CHS had a huge showing from its Powerlifting Team. Principal Hope Conner at IMMS recognized some outstanding students and staff at the March Board of Education meeting. These are the details on those stories.
CHS Powerlifting Team Heading to State
On March 7, 2015 the Castleberry High School Boys Powerlifting Team competed at the Region 6 Meet in Chico, TX. CHS qualified 7 young men and 3 alternates for regional competition this season. Those participating were Bryan O., Oscar O., Eric M., Anthony C., Avery R., Abel B., and Federico A.. The alternates were Mason C., Sebastian H., and Griffin B.
At the conclusion of the meet, Castleberry High School earned a total of 19 points, earning them 3rd place in Region 6 and qualifying them for another trip to Abilene, TX for the State Powerlifting Meet on March 28, 2015. This will be the third time in three years Castleberry High School will be represented at the State Meet.
Oscar O. and Eric M. are your Regional Champions, and will represent Castleberry High School at the state meet in two weeks. Abel B. finished 3rd and will be a state alternate. Coach Sandro Cantu stated that “these young men have worked very hard this season as evident by their successes.”
Board of Education Recognition
Hope Conner, Principal at Irma Marsh Middle, had the opportunity to recognize students and staff members from Irma Marsh Middle School during the March 16, 2015 Castleberry ISD Board of Education Meeting.
Xitlali C., an 8th grader, was recognized as an outstanding leader that works hard and takes initiative in all areas. She is very respectful and is well liked by her peers and teachers. Xitlali is creative, smart, kind to everyone, and always willing to help. She makes near perfect grades and is involved in many of our extracurricular activities.
7th grader, Cole L., is always on-time, prepared, engaged, well-behaved, and genuinely dedicated to doing his absolute best. As an athlete, you won’t find a more hard-nosed, determined worker. Cole is an excellent representative of the values that we hold here at IMMS.
Luis I., a 6th grader, is polite, hardworking, driven and a focused young man. He works very hard and is extremely meticulous in all of his assignments and always willing to assist his classmates. With Luis’ drive and passion for education, he will be an incredible asset to our society after college.
Jill Loudermilk, Teacher and Math Department Chair, was recognized as an amazing teacher and leader. She is kind, patient and goes above and beyond to help others. Jill works tirelessly to mentor other teachers, plan engaging lessons for our students, and keeps the math department on the path to success. She has an enthusiasm and willingness to do whatever our students need to be successful.
Donna Tuggle, ISS Paraeducator, was recognized for her caring attitude and dedication to Irma Marsh Middle School. She has spent 11 years working with some of our toughest students, and she always has a smile on her face! Kids know that she is firm with discipline, yet she cares and wants only the best for them. IMMS is thankful to have such a wonderful ISS Teacher.