As Hurricane Harvey struck the Gulf Coast of Texas earlier this month, a local man, with the help of family members and friends, set out to help his fellow Texans during the clean-up process.
Teaching Spanish classes at Bullard High School is the day job for husband and wife teaching partners Colby and Melinda Reid, helping students conjugate verbs and learn to correctly pronounce the Spanish alphabet. After the school bell rings to dismiss students for the day, the couple continues to team up, as they travel the short distance to Tyler to enjoy learning and training in the martial art of Brazilian jiu-jitsu.
The scene at Bullard High School is more colorful now thanks to a large number of the BHS Class of 2017 “leaving their mark” on campus by participating in the second annual BHS Parking Lot Painting event, held Saturday, Sept. 9.
The Bullard High School administration recently announced the candidates that will represent the school as members of the 2017 BHS Homecoming Court. This year, students at BHS selected three seniors to represent the school as Homecoming Queen candidates. Students selected as Homecoming queen candidates include Faith Crist, Nicole Jones, and Macy Riley. Crist is the daughter of Chip and Heather Crist. She has been involved with several BHS student organizations, including National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Health Occupations Students of America, Key Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Bullard Future Farmers of America.