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  • NBHS Speech Team

    Congratulations to the NBHS Speech Team!

    Emily Atkinson, placed 2nd in Prose (Advances to Regional)
    Marissa Morgan placed 3rd in Prose (Advances to Regional)
    Ben Willis placed 6th in Prose
    Alex Hartline placed 2nd in Poetry (Advances to Regional)
    Da'Mond Clark placed 3rd in Poetry  (Advances to Regional)
    Tyler Raulston placed 6th in Poetry
    Trip Davis placed 1st in Informative Speaking (Advances to Regional)
    Mason Reid placed 3rd in Informative Speaking  (Advances to Regional)
    Hudson Raney
    Jackson Martin placed 2nd in Persuasive Speaking  (Advances to Regional)
    Alex Hartline placed 3rd in Persuasive Speaking  (Advances to Regional)
    Samuel Martin placed 4th in Persuasive Speaking
    Mason Reid placed 1st in Lincoln Douglas Debate (Advances to Regional)
    Trip Davis placed 4th in Lincoln Douglas Debate (Top Speaker Award)


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  • NBHS Science Team

    Congratulations to the NBHS Computer Science Team!
    Frazier Cowan placed 2nd  (Advances to Regional)
    Samuel Martin
    Jacob Sander
    Phillip Sissons placed 5th
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  • Hudson and Jackson

    Congratulations to Juniors Hudson Raney and Jackson Martin. They qualified for the state University Interscholastic League State Cross-Examination Debate Meet for the second year in a row.  After two days of debate they medaled by advancing to the quarterfinals. 
    The state meet was held March 13-18 at the University of Texas at Austin. 
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  • OAP Cast-Crew

    The New Boston High School One Act Play performed "I Never Saw Another Butterfly" at the District 14-3A competition Thursday at Pleasant Grove High School.  Eight One Act Plays were performed and NBHS is one of three advancing to Bi-District Competition later this month.  Mary Addison Watson was named to the All Star Cast; Trip Davis, Hannah Beck and Tyler Raulston were named Honorable Mention Cast members and Hanna Crouch received the Tech Award.  Congratulations to the Cast, Crew and Director Haley Box.

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  • NBHS Lion Band

    Congratulations to NBHS Lion Band for making straight 1's at UIL Concert and Sight Reading Contest. This is the High School Band's 28th consecutive sweepstakes!!! Good job band and Music Directors!

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  • Ms. Rice wins quilt

    The Advanced Art Class at NBHS, under the direction and guidance of Mrs. Nancy Lynn, put this beautiful piece of art together to help raise money for the art department. The drawing was held this moring and our own Ms. Rice one the quilt. Congratulations Ms. Rice!

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  • Black History Program

    The New Boston Student Council proudly presents our Annual Black History Month Program featuring guest speaker Rayneta Dotson. Please come join us as we celebrate Black History Month February 28th at 10:00 a.m. in the High School Auditorium.

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  •  Kayla Ratcliff receives student of the month

    New Boston, Texas – Texas Farm Credit recently recognized 20 students in their AgStudent of the Month program. 

    Texas Farm Credit has a mission to support agriculture and rural communities today and tomorrow. The customer-owned cooperative proudly offers two programs that recognize high school seniors who excel in the classroom and in their FFA chapters and 4-H clubs. 

    Each year Texas Farm Credit presents $2,000 postsecondary scholarships to five future ag leaders who live in Texas Farm Credit's 100-county territory. The scholarship program is named in honor of the late Marsha Pyle Martin, a native of Paris, Texas, who was board chairman and chief executive officer of the Farm Credit Administration from 1994 to 2000. In addition, every Texas Farm Credit branch recognizes one outstanding student per month from January to April of the school year. Winners receive $100 Visa gift cards and advance to the selection process for the Marsha Martin Scholarship program.

    For the month of February, the Texas Farm Credit Clarksville branch is pleased to announce their AgStudent of the Month, Kayla Ratcliff who was presented with a certificate and gift card by Branch Manager Jay Kidwell.

    Texas Farm Credit finances agricultural operations, agribusinesses and rural real estate. Headquartered in Robstown, it serves 100 Texas counties and has lending offices in Athens, Bandera, Beaumont, Bonham, Brenham, Clarksville, Fairfield, Gainesville, Hebbronville, Nacogdoches, Paris, Pleasanton, Raymondville, Robstown, San Antonio, Sulphur Springs, The Woodlands, Tyler, Uvalde and Weslaco. It is part of the nationwide Farm Credit System, a network of rural financing cooperatives established in 1916.

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    Congratulations to our District CX Debate Winners
    NBHS teams placed first and fourth at District CX Debate Meet.  
    The following students participated in district UIL CX Debate meet at Hooks:  Alex Hartline & Sarah Hunter, McKenzie Mitchell & Samuel Martin, and Hudson Raney & Jackson Martin.  Hudson Raney and Jackson Martin placed first.  McKenzie Mitchell & Samuel Martin finished fourth at district.
    Jackson Martin and Hudson Raney will compete at the state competition at the University of Texas in Austin on March 13.
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  • Trip and Jackson

    NB students competed at UIL State Congressional Debate Meet at the University of Texas in Austin, Jan 11-12. Trip Davis (12) and Jackson Martin (11) competed in preliminary congress sessions on Tuesday and qualified to compete in the Super Congress at the Texas State Capitol. Trip is a state medalist placing 5th and Jackson Martin placed 10th. Congratulations to each of these young men and to their coach Haley Box

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