Bobcat Connection

Learning. Growing. Collaborating & Achieving @KrumHighSchool

March 12, 2021

Dear KHS Families:


The spring semester is in full swing at Krum High School; our campus has been full of activity. It is exciting for our spring extracurricular activities to be in competition mode; especially since their seasons were cut short last year. Our teachers have been balancing in-person and remote learners simultaneously for three grading periods. Our students are gaining the valuable experience of juggling their academics with extracurricular as they build vital skills necessary for college and career success.


On the days when our students receive ribbons, plaques, and trophies, their victories are clearly evident. However, more often than not, some of the greatest victories are achieved when there’s no hard evidence in hand. As we prepare our students for a competitive 21st century workforce, it is important that we impress upon our young men and women the value of achieving without a tangible reward. Intrinsic motivation is a vital component when preparing for postsecondary success.


Today marks the end of the third grading period and the beginning of spring break. We hope you and your family has a memorable and safe spring break. We encourage our students to get rest this week and recharge so that when they return on March 22nd, they will be ready to finish the semester strong.


Again, our goal is to provide your student with leadership skills and academia required for him/her to be a successful member of our 21st Century workforce. We appreciate your support and confidence in our school. If we can be of any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Sincerely yours,


Michelle Pieniazek

Principal

michelle.pieniazek@krumisd.net

12 de marzo de 2021

Estimadas familias de KHS:


El semestre de primavera está en pleno apogeo en Krum High School; nuestro campus ha estado lleno de actividad. Es emocionante que nuestras actividades extracurriculares de primavera estén en modo competencia; especialmente porque sus temporadas se acortaron el año pasado. Nuestros profesores han estado equilibrando a los alumnos en persona y a distancia simultáneamente durante tres períodos de calificación. Nuestros estudiantes están adquiriendo la valiosa experiencia de hacer malabarismos con lo académico y lo extracurricular a medida que desarrollan habilidades vitales necesarias para el éxito universitario y profesional.


En los días en que nuestros estudiantes reciben cintas, placas y trofeos, sus victorias son claramente evidentes. Sin embargo, la mayoría de las veces, algunas de las mayores victorias se logran cuando no hay pruebas contundentes a la mano. A medida que preparamos a nuestros estudiantes para una fuerza laboral competitiva del siglo XXI, es importante que les demostremos a nuestros hombres y mujeres jóvenes el valor de lograr logros sin una recompensa tangible. La motivación intrínseca es un componente vital cuando se prepara para el éxito postsecundario.


Hoy marca el final del tercer período de calificaciones y el comienzo de las vacaciones de primavera. Esperamos que usted y su familia tengan unas vacaciones de primavera inolvidables y seguras. Alentamos a nuestros estudiantes a descansar esta semana y recargar energías para que cuando regresen el 22 de marzo, estén listos para terminar el semestre con fuerza.


Nuevamente, nuestro objetivo es brindarle a su estudiante las habilidades de liderazgo y la academia necesarias para que sea un miembro exitoso de nuestra fuerza laboral del siglo XXI. Agradecemos su apoyo y confianza en nuestra escuela. Si podemos ser de ayuda, no dude en ponerse en contacto con nosotros.Sinceramente tuyo,


Michelle Pieniazek

Principal

michelle.pieniazek@krumisd.net

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13, MAR, SAT

  • SPRING BREAK
  • KHS FFA HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW
  • BOYS BASKETBALL STATE TOURNEY
  • KHS JV BASEBALL @ POOLVILLE TOURNAMENT
  • KHS V BASEBALL @ MIDLOTHIAN HERITAGE TOURNAMENT
  • KHS OAP BI DISTRICT @ ARGYLE HS

14 MAR, SUN

  • SPRING BREAK
  • KHS FFA HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW


15 MAR, MON

  • SPRING BREAK
  • KHS FFA HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW


16 MAR, TUE

  • SPRING BREAK
  • KHS FFA HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW


17 MAR, WED

  • KHS FFA HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW
  • Spring Break
  • 12 – 3:30pm KHS JV/V SOFTBALL BURKBURNETT @ KRUM


18 MAR, THU

  • KHS FFA HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW
  • Spring Break
  • 12 – 4:30pm KHS JV/V SOFTBALL @ IOWA PARK


19 MAR, FRI

  • KHS FFA HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW
  • Spring Break


20 MAR, SAT

  • KHS FFA HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW
  • Spring Break


21 MAR, SUN

  • KHS FFA HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW
  • Spring Break


22 MAR, MON

  • KHS FFA DENTON COUNTY YOUTH FAIR
  • Beginning of 4th Nine Weeks
  • KHS GOLF @ RUNAWAY BAY
  • 5 – 8pm KHS JV/V SOFTBALL @ SPRINGTOWN


23 MAR, TUE

  • KHS FFA DENTON COUNTY YOUTH FAIR
  • 9 – 9:30am KHS Admin Meeting
  • 4 – 6pm PONDER ISD BAND RECORDING-JR HIGH
  • 5 – 7:30pm KHS JV BASEBALL SPRINGTOWN @ KRUM
  • 7:30 – 9pm KHS V BASEBALL SPRINGTOWN @ KRUM


24 MAR, WED

  • KHS FFA DENTON COUNTY YOUTH FAIR
  • KHS JV TENNIS @ LAKE DALLAS HS
  • KHS UIL ACADEMIC MEET @ ARGYLE HS
  • 1 – 2pm Re: Invitation: Dual Language Meeting @ Wed Mar 24, 2021 1pm - 2pm (CDT)
  • 5 – 5:45pm KEF Administration Committee Meeting
  • 5:45 – 6:30pm KEF Fundraising, Development, & Community Relations Committee Meeting
  • 6:30 – 7:30pm KEF Board of Directors Meeting


25 MAR, THU

  • KHS FFA DENTON COUNTY YOUTH FAIR
  • KHS JV/V TRACK @ S&S


26 MAR, FRI

  • KHS FFA DENTON COUNTY YOUTH FAIR
  • KHS JV TENNIS @ DENTON RYAN HS
  • 8 – 8:30am Lesson Plans Due
  • 5 – 8pm KHS JV/V SOFTBALL SPRINGTOWN @ KRUM
  • 5:30 – 9pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL @ SPRINGTOWN


27 MAR, SAT

  • 11am – 12pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL GRANDVIEW @ KRUM


29 MAR, MON

  • KHS DISTRICT GOLF
  • 4 – 5pm KHS JV TENNIS PONDER @ KRUM HS


30 MAR, TUE

  • 9 – 9:30am KHS Admin Meeting
  • 5 – 9:30pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL @ CASTLEBERRY
  • 5 – 8:30pm KHS JV/V SOFTBALL @ CASTLEBERRY


31 MAR, WED


1 APR, THU

  • 9am – 12pm TxEIS End of Year Sec Web
  • 4 – 5pm KHS V TENNIS @ DENTON HS
  • 5 – 7:30pm KHS JV/V SOFTBALL CASTLEBERRY @ KRUM
  • 5 – 6:30pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL CASTLEBERRY @ KRUM

2 APR, FRI

  • Bad Weather Day-No School
  • 8 – 8:30am Lesson Plans Due


3 APR, SAT

  • 10:30 – 11am ALL PAYROLL FORMS MUST BE SCANNED


4 APR, SUN


5 APR, MON

  • KHS JOSTEN'S GRADUATION DELIVERY @ LUNCHES


6 APR, TUE

  • KHS ENGLISH I EOC
  • 9 – 9:30am KHS Admin Meeting
  • 5 – 9pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL BRIDEGEPORT @ KRUM
  • 5 – 8:30pm KHS JV/V SOFTBALL BRIDGEPORT @ KRUM


7 APR, WED

  • STAAR TESTING
  • KHS DISTRICT TRACK MEET @ SPRINGTOWN
  • KEF DAY


8 APR, THU

  • KHS EOC ENGLISH II
  • KHS DISTRICT TRACK MEET @ SPRINGTOWN


9 APR, FRI

  • STAAR TESTING
  • 8 – 8:30am Lesson Plans Due
  • 5 – 8pm KHS JV/V SOFTBALL @ BRIDGEPORT
  • 7:30 – 9pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL @ BRIDGEPORT


10 APR, SAT

  • DISTRICT 7-4A GOLF CERTIFICATION
  • DISTRICT 7-4A TRACK/FIELD CERTIFICATION
  • 11 – 11:30am KHS JV/V BASEBALL GRANBURY @ KRUM


12 APR, MON

  • KHS V DISTRICT TENNIS @ ARGYLE
  • KHS FFA DISTRICT SPEAKING/OFFICER PROCESS


13 APR, TUE

  • ENGLISH I MAKE-UP EOC
  • KHS V DISTRICT TENNIS @ ARGYLE
  • KHS FFA BI AREA CDEs @ TAMU COMMERCE
  • SAT TESTING
  • CPR/Police Officer Training
  • 10am – 12pm Administrator Meeting
  • 5 – 8:30pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL @ ARGYLE
  • 5 – 8pm KHS JV/V SOFTBALL @ ARGYLE

14 APR, WED

  • DEPT HEAD meeting
  • KHS FFA AREA CDEs @ TARLETON
  • 7:30 – 8am KHS DEPT HEAD MEETING
  • 6:30 – 9pm Board Meeting


15 APR, THU

  • KHS JV TENNIS DISTRICT @ ARGYLE


16 APR, FRI

  • KHS 3 WEEK GRADE CHECK
  • KHS THEATER banquet
  • 8 – 8:30am Lesson Plans Due
  • Early Release- 12:00pm
  • 1:30 – 2pm KHS BIOLOGY/US HISTORY/ALGEBRA EOC & AP TESTING HUDDLE
  • 5 – 9pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL ARGYLE @ KRUM
  • 5 – 8pm KHS JV/V SOFTBALL ARGYLE @ KRUM SENIOR NIGHT


17 APR, SAT

  • DISTRICT 7-4A TENNIS CERTIFICATION
  • KHS FFA AREA OFFICE/SCHOLARSHIP @ VAN ALSTYNE
  • 11am – 1:30pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL KENNEDALE @ KRUM


19 APR, MON

  • Bad Weather Day-No School
  • KHS FFA DISTRICT DEGREE CHECK @ PILOT POINT
  • 5 – 8pm KHS JV/V SOFTBALL DECATUR @ KRUM
  • 6:30 – 8pm Krum ISD Education Foundation Monthly Meeting


20 APR, TUE

  • 9 – 9:30am KHS Admin Meeting
  • 5 – 9pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL DECATUR @ KRUM


21 APR, WED

  • KHS CARTER BLOOD DRIVE
  • 5 – 6pm KEF Programs & Allocations Committee Meeting


22 APR, THU

  • KHS FFA OFFICER ELECTIONS @ CAFETERIA


23 APR, FRI

  • KHS FFA TX TECH STATE CDEs
  • 8 – 8:30am Lesson Plans Due
  • 5 – 9pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL @ DECATUR
  • 5 – 8pm KHS JV/V SOFTBALL @ DECATUR


24 APR, SAT

  • KHS FFA TX TECH STATE CDEs
  • 11am – 2:30pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL @ CELINA



26 APR, MON

  • KHS V TENNIS REGIONALS @ TBD
  • KHS FFA DISTRICT MEETING @ PONDER


27 APR, TUE

  • KHS V TENNIS REGIONALS @ TBD
  • DISTRICT 7-4A SOFTBALL CERTIFICATION
  • 9 – 9:30am KHS Admin Meeting
  • 5 – 9pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL LAKE WORTH @ KRUM


28 APR, WED

  • KHS V TENNIS REGIONALS @ TBD
  • 5 – 6:20pm KEF Fundraising, Development, & Community Relations Committee Meeting
  • 6:30 – 7:30pm KEF Board of Directors Meeting


29 APR, THU

  • KHS V TENNIS REGIONALS @ TBD
  • KHS FFA TARLETON STATE CDEs


30 APR, FRI

  • KHS CHOIR SPRING SHOW
  • KHS FFA SAM HOUSTON STATE CDEs
  • KHS CHOIR SPRING SHOW
  • 8 – 8:30am Lesson Plans Due
  • 5 – 9pm KHS JV/V BASEBALL @ LAKE WORTH


1 MAY, SAT

  • KHS FFA TAMU STATE CDEs


2 MAY, SUN


3 MAY, MON

  • KHS FFA LONE STAR PRE SCORE


4 MAY, TUE

  • DISTRICT 7-4A BASEBALL CERTIFICATION
  • KHS ALGEBRA I EOC
  • KHS AP CALCULUS AB TEST
  • 9 – 9:30am KHS Admin Meeting


5 MAY, WED

  • KEF DAY
  • KHS AP ENGLISH LIT AND COMP TESTIN
  • KHS US HISTORY EOC


6 MAY, THU

  • KHS AP US HISTORY TEST
  • KHS BIOLOGY EOC


7 MAY, FRI

  • KHS 6 WEEKS GRADE CHECK
  • KHS AP CHEMISTRY TEST
  • 8 – 8:30am Lesson Plans Due

Spring Testing Dates

EOCs

English I 4/6-online or paper

  • Makeup Dates: 4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4


English II 4/8-online or paper

  • Makeup Dates; 4/15 4/22, 4/29, 5/6


Algebra I 5/4

  • US History 5/5
  • Biology 5/6
  • Makeup Dates for Biology/Algebra/US History: 5/4-6/4


SAT

  • April 13th


TSI Testing (Seniors and rising dual credit students)

  • February 25th (English)
  • February 26th (Math)


AP Testing Dates

  • AP Calculus AB 5/4
  • AP English Literature and Composition 5/5
  • AP US History 5/6
  • AP Chemistry 5/7
  • AP World History: Modern 5/10
  • AP Spanish Language and Culture 5/11
  • AP English Language and Composition 5/12
  • AP Biology 5/14
  • AP Human Geography 5/21
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Krum Athletes Dominate Bobcat Quad Track Meet

Lady Cats Track News

On Thursday, the Lady Cats competed in the first Bobcat Invitational Track Meet, winning the Varsity Division by scoring 227 points and winning 8 Gold Medals, 18 Silver Medals, and 8 Bronze Medals. Top Point Scorers for the meet were Maggie Neale with 48, Jacey Oster with 26, and Mary Doyle with 26.

The JV girls finished 2nd scouring 144 points winning 9 Gold Medals, 8 Silver Medals, and 2 Bronze. The top point scorer for the JV was Gracie Hunter with 35 points.


The coaches would like to thank all those that came out to support our athletes.

Congratulations to Maggie Neale for breaking the school record in the 400 meter in 59.53 seconds.

Bobcats Track News

JV boys had a Tri meet last night with Pilot Point and Lucas Christian Academy and ran away with the meet scoring 299 points overall. The MVP Jackson Endicott earned gold in Long Jump, 4x100, 110H and 300H scoring 35 points overall. Other top performers Luke Miller, Tyson Scott, Johnathan Massengale, Neal Palmer, Alex Cordova, Blain Allmon and Dakota Moore.

Varsity Boys completed the first dual meet in the history of Krum Track and Field with Pilot Point. Our boys were able to out score Pilot Point with the victory in the mile relay. Final score KHS 246 to PHS 231. Top performers Aaron Vega, Justin Wooten, Jake Ellingwood and Zak Paul. It took all of our guys contributing in their events to keep the champion plaque in Krum!


Next meet is at S&S March 25th. The District meet is April 7-8

Click on pdf below for full results of the Bobcat Quad Track Meet

KHS Students Win Awards in Texas High School Visual Art Scholastic Event (VASE)

Congratulations to our students who competed in the VASE regional art competition last weekend. This competition has over 2000 entries from top art students around the region. Students are rated on a 1-4 scale, with 4 being the highest.


This year was really challenging for them to complete the work with off and on quarantine and limited access to materials. Almost everyone received a 4 rating and Miguel Ordaz became only the second student to ever make it to state for art from KHS with his metal and wood 3D piece.


Congratulations to Miguel Ordaz, Kenzie Paul, Emma Brown, Valentine Galvan, Daylyn Clark, Landen Parkes, and Kiera McDaniel.

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ONE ACT PLAY RECEIVES DISTRICT AWARDS

Congratulations to the cast and crew of this year's One Act Play for their performance this weekend. They walked away with several awards. The Honorable Techie Award went to Kenzie Paul. Honorable Mention All Star Cast went to both Logan John and Brynna Fielder. And last, but not least, an All Star Cast Award was won by Emma Pentico. Congratulations!

CHOIR STUDENTS EARN SUPERIOR RATINGS AT SOLO/ENSEMBLE COMPETITION

Congratulations to the following for earning Superior Ratings at the Choir Solo and Ensemble Competition: Ian Forbes, Conner Smith, Julianne Lax, Keona Ayala, Megan Martin, Logan John, Tegan Braley, Emma Wilkinson, Isabela Muniz. We are also super excited to announce that Sarah Gonzalez and Nicholas Wear received and excellent for their performance. The following students will be advancing to State Solo and Ensemble Ian Forbes, Conner Smith, Julianne Lax, Keona Ayala, Megan Martin, Tegan Braley, and Emma Wilkinson.


Congratulations! These musicians represented Krum with stellar excellence!

BAND GARNERS UIL SOLO/ENSEMBLE AWARDS

Congratulations to the following Band members who participated in the UIL Solo/Ensemble contest, we are very proud of you!

Excellent/2nd Division

  • Tuba Solo - Caleb Carlson
  • Saxophone Trio - Alayna Jenkins, Yeshua Chinas-Giron, AJ Brown
  • French Horn Trio - Kylen Berry, Zachary Russell, Luke Osborn
  • French Horn Quartet - Makenzie Paul, Keira McDaniel, Amanda White, Cooper Janczak
  • Trombone Trio - Sean Bindley, Dalton Newcomb, Crystal Harrison
  • Trombone Trio - Gabe Creed, Dylan Newcomb, Michael Segars
  • Tuba Quartet - Jaden Snavely, Tegan Braley, Zachary Paul, Austin Johnson


Superior/1st Division

  • Clarinet Solo - Julianne Lax
  • Bari Sax Solo - AJ Brown
  • Alto Sax Solo - Parker Cole
  • Alto Sax Solo - William Henderson
  • Euphonium Solo - Tegan Braley
  • Flute Choir - Kenadee Campbell, Victoria Sprague, Logan John, Shawnee Quackenbush, Emmalee Yaeger, Grace Hawkins - STATE QUALIFIERS
  • Woodwind Trio - Mabry Griffin, Emmalee Yaeger, Kyley White STATE QUALIFIERS
  • Woodwind Trio - Fernanda Gonzales, Grace Hawkins,Julianne Lax STATEQUALIFIERS
  • Woodwind Trio - Julia Gyorfi, Logan John, Andy Norero STATE QUALIFIERS
  • Woodwind Trio - Victoria Sprague, Kenadee Campbell, Rylee Grimes STATE QUALIFIERS
  • Clarinet Trio - Rylee Grimes, Andy Norero, Matthew Welch
  • Saxophone Trio - William Henderson, Ethan Stoermer, Rachel Paddack
  • French Horn Trio - Megan Martin, Cooper Janczak, Alex Mullins
  • Percussion Ensemble - Blessing Martinez, Hudson Cook, Sierra Quackenbush, Will Lombard,Tobin Pope, Anyla Paschall, Chase Odom, Garrison Pieniazek, Bonnie Mayo, Depp Andrus

LADY CATS TRACK BRING HOME MEDALS

Last night the Ladycats traveled to Sanger to compete in their second track meet of the season. The Varsity team finished second overall, scoring 188 points bringing home 14 Gold Medals, 8 Silver Medals, and 3 Bronze Medals. The Junior Varsity team also competed in their second track meet of the season, finishing 3rd overall and scoring 69 points bringing home 1 Gold Medal, 9 Silver Medals, and 2 Bronze Medals. The coaches would like to thank each athlete for their hard work and performance last night.

Tennis Teams Have Had a Strong Start to the Spring

Whitney Match


The Krum Bobcat Tennis Team had excellent results at Whitney. Congratulations to the following teams/players:


VARSITY:

  • Caleb Carlson won first place in boys singles
  • Hannah Neale & Cooper Henderson won first place in mixed doubles
  • Marilyn Morley & Landen Parkes won second place in mixed doubles
  • Jarrett Gutzler & Ethan Stoermer won second place in boys doubles


JUNIOR VARSITY:

  • Dylan Newcomb won 1st place in boys singles
  • Christian Clark won 3rd place in boys singles
  • Sean Bindley & Cooper Peterson won 1st place in boys doubles
  • Stacie Gray & Will Lombard won 1st place in mixed doubles
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Melissa Match

Here are the results from the Melissa Varsity tournament on 3/3 and the Melissa JV tournament on 3/4


Varsity:

  • Marilyn Morley & Landen Parkes won 1st place in B-Division Doubles
  • Caleb Carlson won consolation championship for A-Division Boys Singles
  • Noble Blakney & Jarrett Gutzler won consolation championship for B-Division boys doubles


JV:

  • Allison Jennings & Christian Clark won 3rd place in A-Division Mixed Doubles
  • Will Lombard won 2nd place in B-Division Boys Singles
  • Cooper Peterson & Hudson Cook won 2nd place in B-Division Boys Doubles
  • Ethan Stoermer & Sean Bindley won consolation championship in A-Division Boys Doubles.

Varsity Tennis results at Lake Dallas


  • Anyla Paschall placed 3rd in girls singles A division
  • Isabelle Bocksell & Avree Taylor placed 3rd in girls doubles A division
  • Hannah Neale & Cooper Henderson placed 2nd in mixed doubles A division
  • Marilyn Morley & Landen Parkes placed 3rd in mixed doubles A division
  • Caleb Carlson placed 3rd in boys singles A division
  • Jaxson Segraves placed 2nd in boys singles B division
  • Jarrett Gutzler & Ethan Stoermer won Consolation for boys doubles A division
  • Joshua Hayes & Alex Mullins won 2nd place in boys doubles B division

Great job Tennis!

JV Denton Ryan Tournament Results

  • Christian Clark won the consolation championship for boys singles.
  • Will Lombard and Sean Bindley won the consolation championship for boys doubles.
  • Corrine Roberts and Depp Andrus won the consolation championship for mixed doubles.

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Mary Doyle Recognized for TABC All-Region Team

Congratulations to Lady Cats' Mary Doyle on being recognized for the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches All-Region Team. We are proud of you!

LADY CATS BASKETBALL PLAYERS RECEIVED ALL-DISTRICT HONORS

Congratulations to our Lady Cats who received All-District Honors in an incredibly tough district!!

Co-6th Man of the Year

  • SO-Karlee Hastings


1st Team All-District

  • SR-Jacey Oster
  • JR-Mary Doyle


2nd Team All-District

  • JR-Hannah Henderson
  • JR-Genesis Martinez


Honorable Mention

  • JR-Ashlyn Baker


Academic All-District

  • Sr.-Jacey Oster
  • Sr.-Kate Zavishlak
  • Jr-Ashlyn Baker
  • Jr.-Darbi Bragg
  • Jr.-Mary Doyle
  • Jr.-Genesis Martinez
  • So-Karlee Hastings
  • FR-Kyra Anders

POWERLIFTING NEWS

Your Lady Bobcats competed at the Regional Powerlifting Meet yesterday. Bayleigh Brooks placed 10th in the region, Kennedy Brooks placed 7th in the region, Audrey Travis placed 8th, and with a 4th place finish Lilly Dozer qualified for the State Powerlifting meet in Corpus Christi the 18-19-20th of March.


Please congratulate these young ladies on a job well done. Good Luck to Lilly at State!

Alex Swartz participated in the Region 6 Division 2 Powerlifting meet yesterday in Kennadale Texas. Alex's finished with a 605lb squat, 360lb bench, and 475lb deadlift these totals were good enough for a 3rd place finish.


Alex finished just 10lbs short of 2nd place and qualifying for the state powerlifting championships. We are very proud of how he finished and are looking forward to next year. Congratulations Alex!

GOLF TEAM HAS SUCCESS AT REX WAGGONER INVITATIONAL

The Krum Boys golf team competed in the Rex Waggoner invitational at the Gainesville municipal golf course on Tuesday. The boys finished 5th overall out of 13 teams. Blake Andrus finished tied for 6th shooting an 86 and Levi Nelson finished 8th shooting an 88.


The girls golf team competed in Gainesville yesterday and made a lot of progress. Congratulations to Payton Lucas on carding her first eagle of her career!


Congratulations!

IMPORTANT UIL UPDATES

UIL Updates from Coach Clark

Pre-participation Physical Exams

The policy related to pre-participation physical exams (PPE) for students participating in UIL athletic and marching band activities has been updated for 2021-2022 as outlined below.


  • All students in athletics or marching band activities who are required to receive a PPE prior to participation in the coming school year must receive a PPE for the 2021-2022 school year.

  • Any student who was required by rule to receive a PPE prior to participation during the 2020-2021 school year, but did not receive one due to the exception granted for this school year, will also be required to receive a PPE for the 2021-2022 school year.



2021 Summer Strength and Conditioning Activities and Sport Specific Skill Instruction

Information related to and guidelines for summer 2021 strength and conditioning activities will be released soon. The following information can be used for planning purposes until further information is released:


  • Strength and conditioning sessions are limited to once per day, and no longer than two hours per day.

  • Sport specific skill instruction may be conducted in addition to strength and conditioning sessions. A student may participate in a maximum of 90 minutes per day with no more than 60 minutes per day in a given sport.

  • Sessions for each may be scheduled only Monday through Friday.

  • There are no “Periods of No Activity” on the UIL calendar for the summer of 2021.



2021-2022 UIL Tentative Calendar

The 2021-2022 UIL Tentative Calendar is now available. Please note this calendar is tentative and based on information available to us at this time. Changes that become necessary will be released as soon as they are available.


Fall Sports


  • The following information is for planning purposes and is based on information available at this time. UIL will continue to monitor conditions and will announce adjustments as they are available.

  • At this time, 2020-2021 team tennis and cross country meet and tournament restrictions will continue for 2021-2022. Adjustments based on changing conditions will be announced as they are available.

  • We anticipate volleyball teams will be allowed to participate in tournaments for the 2021 season. At this time, schools can plan for those volleyball tournaments to be limited to eight schools per tournament site, with no more than four schools on-site at one time. Adjustments will be announced as they are available.

  • We anticipate basketball teams will be allowed to participate in tournaments for the 2021-2022 season. Information and restrictions related to those basketball tournaments will be released at a later time.

Bobcat News Network 3/1/2021

BNN 3/1/2021

A NOTE FROM JOSTENS...

I just wanted to take a few minutes to share a short video with you on the importance of finishing strong. We know the stress has been hard on everyone, administrators, teachers, students and community. But thought this might be something that you would want to share with your school community. Use this link FINISH STRONG!
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UIL Academic District Meet

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ATTN: JUNIORS - FREE SAT TEST on APRIL 13th

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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY BLOOD DRIVE

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Junior/Senior Prom - May 15, 2021

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Graduation - May 27, 2021

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Scottish Rite Library & Museum Scholarship

Scottish Rite Library & Museum

500 South Harwood

Dallas, Texas 75201-6210

Phone: 214-748-9196

E-Mail: administration@dallasscottishrite.org

Web Site: www.dallasscottishrite.org



January 26, 2021

Dear High School Counselors:

Dallas Scottish Rite Library and Museum, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation that is active in providing support for community educational and charitable endeavors. Included in these endeavors is an annual merit-based college scholarship program which also considers the personal needs of graduating high school seniors. The number of scholarships awarded each year is a function of Dallas Scottish Rite Library and Museum. These scholarships will be awarded without regard to gender, race, color, creed, national origin or religion.

This year due to COVID-19, our scholarship banquet has been cancelled. We will be awarding scholarships to the students, but the award recipients will have their check mailed to them.

For a student to be eligible for this scholarship, a completed application form along with all supporting documents must be returned to our office no later than March 22, 2021. The application and supporting documentation must be delivered to us by regular mail or hand delivered to our office. Do not email your application or supporting documents. Emailed applications and supporting documentation will not be accepted. Our office hours are Monday - Friday 7:30am-4:00pm. Candidates who are approved for a scholarship will be contacted by email/mail no later than April 26, 2021.

To access the application please click or type the following link into any web browser. If you cannot open the link, open the attached file.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tO1gpqGsGH671P-nQXIFQKi-jWLQ935Y/view?usp=sharing

Once the link is opened, to fill it out in a fillable format on a computer you will click the down arrow (icon on the right). This will download the application to your computer, you will locate the file and fill it out. If you prefer to complete the form by hand, click the printer logo in the top right of the screen. This will print the form and you can complete it by hand. The application must be printed after completion by each student. If the application is printed and filled out by hand, be sure to print legibly. All correspondence and awards will be generated from the personal information submitted. Please use proper spelling, capitalization and punctuation.

Sincerely,
Donny W. Broughton
General Secretary
Dallas Scottish Rite Library and Museum

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Public Notification of Nondiscrimination in Career and Technical Education Programs

Krum ISD offers career and technical education programs in all sixteen career clusters including: Agricultural Food and Natural Resources; Architecture and Construction; Arts, Audio Visual Technology and Communication; Business Management and Administration; Education and Training; Finance; Health Science; Hospitality and Tourism; Human Services; Information Technology; Law, Public Safety and Security; Manufacturing; Marketing, Sales, Services Science, Engineering, Technology, and Math; Transportation ,Distribution and Logistics. Admission to these programs is based on interest and aptitude, age appropriateness, class space availability and application process.


It is the policy of Krum ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap in its vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.


Krum ISD will take steps to assure that lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and vocational programs.


For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the Title IX Coordinator, Nancy Shipley, at 940-482-2502 and/or the Section 504 Coordinator, Terri Rahn, at 940-482-2505 or by mail at, 1200 Bobcat Blvd. Krum, Texas 76249

Krum High School

Krum ISD’s mission is to create a collaborative atmosphere with parents, students and members of the community in order to ensure students will reach their full potential by providing every child with an exceptional education. We will strive to prepare our students academically and socially to embrace their future challenges, as well as ignite the desire to be lifelong learners, by providing a safe, respectful and positive learning environment.


Michelle Pieniazek, Principal

Kenneth Anderson, Assistant Principal (A-K)

Shanna Orsi, Assistant Principal (L-Z)

Angela Borchardt, Counselor

Tara Hartford, CCMR Coordinator