A science project representing Bullard Independent School District made its way into space last week and is expected to be brought aboard the International Space Station on Wednesday.
There will be several new faces around the hallways of the Bullard Independent School District campuses, as Bullard ISD welcomed new teachers to the district at the annual New Teacher Orientation event, held Thursday, Aug. 10, inside the Bullard Elementary School Library.
The spirit of excitement was alive and well at Bullard High School last week, as the school hosted the Meet the Panthers event Friday, Aug. 11, at Panther Stadium. “We had a great turnout for the Meet the Panthers event,” said Susan Paddack, BHS teacher and organizer for the event. “There were a lot of members of the Bullard community out to support their Panther and Lady Panther athletic teams, as well as clubs and organizations. It was great to recognize the student athletes who will be representing BHS on the field or on the court this fall season. It was the first time we’ve hosted it, so of course there were a few kinks , which we will work on for next year, but overall, it was a very successful event.”