Student Support Services Newsletter

October 2022

Athletic Updates

High School

Varsity Football

Dekaney defeated Aldine Davis 31-0 Friday night @ Planet Ford Stadium. The Wildcats remain tied for 2nd Place with a 2-1 record in district play. The Wildcats play Aldine on Thursday 10/13 @ Leonard George Stadium.

Spring defeated Aldine on Thursday 62-0 and is currently tied for 2nd place in the district standings. They will return to action this Friday 10/14 against MacArthur here at Planet Ford Stadium.

Westfield defeated Nimitz this past Thursday at Leonard George Stadium by a score of 63-20. The Mustangs remain undefeated in district play with a 3-0 record. They will host Eisenhower

Thursday night at Planet Ford Stadium.

Volleyball Update

Dekaney lost to Westfield 3-0 on Friday 10/7 in District competition. The Lady Wildcats will return to action on Tuesday 10/11 against the Aldine Davis at home.

Spring continues to remain undefeated in district competition after defeating Davis on Friday night. They will host Aldine at home on Tuesday 10/11.

Westfield defeated Dekaney this past Friday 3-0 to move closer to hopefully gaining a possible playoff berth. The Lady Mustangs will travel on Tuesday to square off against Nimitz at the Campbell Center in Aldine.

Middle School Athletics

  • Football

  • (Bailey vs Dueitt) @ Planet Ford Stadium 10/04/22 (Bammel @Twin Creeks)

  • (Wells @ SWV)

  • (York @ Claughton - Westfield Athletic Complex)

  • Volleyball

  • (Claughton @ Dueitt)

  • (Bailey @ Wells)

  • (SWV @ Bammel)

  • Cross Country

District Championship

The Spring ISD Middle School Cross Country District Championship Meet was held this weekend on Saturday 10/08 at Planet Ford Stadium.

The following champions were crowned

7th Grade – Girls 8th Grade Girls

Dueitt Twin Creeks

7th Grade – Boys 8th Grade Boys

Springwoods Village Bailey

Performing and Visual Arts

The Spring ISD choral music programs experienced success at the first round of all-state choir auditions, held in September at Westfield High School. Dekaney High School had two singers advance in the process, Spring High School advanced twelve singers, and Westfield High School advanced sixteen singers for a total of thirty students in Spring ISD. Advancing students will compete in the Regional round on October 24, 2022 at Atascocita High School as they attempt to advance to the Pre-Area round of auditions in December. School districts in our music region, TMEA/UIL Music Region XXXIII, include Aldine ISD, Crosby ISD, Galena Park ISD, Humble ISD, New Caney ISD, Sheldon ISD, and Spring ISD. Best wishes to all of our singers as they continue their preparation on their all-state music!

Spring ISD Performing and Visual Arts graduates excel at the highest levels of performance and we are excited to highlight two graduates in our board update this week. Kiaya Scott, a 2015 graduate of Spring High School, continues to excel in her career pathway of music and theater performance. Previously featured by The Alley Theater, Theater Under the Stars, and Stages, Kiaya was cast for her debut on Broadway in the fourth season of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child." Kiaya was the president of the Spring HS Choir, an all-state choir member, and played lead roles in many Lion Player Theater Company productions during her high school career.

Sis Khalil, also a 2015 Spring High School graduate, is in the process of wrapping up her first Broadway tour as part of the traveling cast of "Oklahoma," playing one of the lead roles in the production. Sis was also featured in productions at the Alley Theater, Stages, Sam Houston State University, and various off-broadway projects in New York before landing her current role. Congratulations to both of these shining stars on their success!

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