BISD News

Friday, August 30, 2019

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Important Transportation Information

Bumpgate Road, just South of the Backhaus Road and Bumpgate Road intersection, will be closed September 3-8, 2019. This closing will affect the bus routes for Bus #26 and Bus #5, the "Rabbit Bus." Both routes will travel as far as Backhaus Rd. and Homestead and then turn around at this intersection. The route will then travel back to Bumpgate Rd. from FM 1283 and pick-up/drop off students as they travel north on Bumpgate Road. Please call Transportation if you have any questions. 830-460-3897.

BHS Cheerleaders Will Be Busy Labor Day Weekend!

BHS Cheer and Mascots will sponsor a Labor Day Yard Sale on Main Street during and after the big parade at Wells Fargo in Bandera! Please help us earn money toward a new Bulldog Mascot costume !!


BHS Cheerleaders will host a Pup Squad Mini-Cheerleader Clinic on Saturday, August 31. Access the form from the spotlight message on the BISD homepage. banderaisd.net

BMS Open House on Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Introductions in the cafeteria will start promptly at 5:30. Then parents will walk through their student's schedule meeting with each class for six minutes. The last class ends at 7:00 p.m.

Fridays with Fathers Breakfasts

Coach Amedee invites all varsity football players and their fathers to join him on Fridays @ 6:45 a.m. for the Fridays with Fathers breakfast. Each Friday of the 2019 football season will feature a different local venue for fellowship. #WeAreOne Follow @BHS_DogsSports on Twitter.

Bandera Athletics Alternative Travel Authorization

If your athlete will not be traveling home with the team after an event, an Alternative Travel Authorization form will need to be completed. Access the form by clicking on the Athletics Schedule button on the BISD homepage.
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Support our BHS Bulldogs Friday Night

FB vs SA Memorial (H) /Little Bulldog Night/Sr Fall Sports Night August 30, 2019. 7:30 p.m.


Vball-F/JV/V vs Comfort (A) 5:00-7:30.

Click the calendar below for more game information.

Middle School Volleyball by Coach Crowley

Middle School Volleyball is off to a great start. These girls have worked hard during their first week of practice. 7B Team competed and improved with each games. 15-25 & 19-25. These girls were coachable and willing to do what was needed to compete. They were led by some great serving from Jocelyn Klein and Baylee Galloway. 7A team took Fredericksburg to 3 games! 16-25, 25-12 & 8-15. These girls fought hard and played for eachother. Leading the serving game was Kinlee Lawlis, who was great from behind the line! We are very excited about this season and cant wait to watch these girls grow.


With less than a week of practice our Lady Bulldogs had a great first game. They worked well together, had good chemistry and a positive attitude on the court. We know what we need to work on for our next game and it is nothing that cant be fixed. 8B comepted against a great team going 0-2 against Fredericksburg. 7A stepped up to compete against a very good team, falling 19-25 & 17-25.

#WeAreOne #LadyBulldogs

BHS Cross Country by Coach Ashcraft

Over the weekend the Bandera Lady Bulldog and Bulldog Cross Country teams competed in the

Comfort Cross Country Invitational. There were 27 schools represented at the meet, some of

those ranging from private schools all the way to some of our competitors from our own district.

The Varsity Lady Bulldogs started the day off with senior, Caitlyn Thrasher leading the pack.

Not far behind her were sophomores Raelynn Butler, Morgan Cole, and Hannah Edwards. All

four young ladies medaled individually. Another sophomore Elexis Pearson finished as the fifth

individual for the Bandera Lady Bulldogs. Senior, Jordan Edwards, freshman, Kaitlin Doebbler,

and senior, Corrine McMullan all came in together for the Lady Bulldog team. They did not keep

team scores at this meet, but if they had the Bandera Lady Bulldog team would have fared

extremely well.

In the Junior Varsity division, freshman Ashlyn Brown led the way for the Lady Bulldogs

medaling individually. Ofelia Macias, Bietzel Gonzalez, Mia Ramirez, Gracie Wilson, Ashley

Grodman, and Tanna Flewellen all improved their times and finished respectively in that order

for the Junior Varsity Lady Bulldog Team.

In the varsity boys race, placements are as follows: Ethan Brown 11th, Logan Dybowski 22nd,

Sam Nimmrichter 26th, Kelly Columbia 41, Bailey Cox 49th, Jesus Rodriguez 52nd, Josh Short

54th.

In the junior varsity boys race, placements are as follows: Jacob Haas 4th, Braden Cox 12th,

Cody Jureczki 24th, Sage Witzeman 27th, Reese Mazurek 49th

The Lady Bulldog and Bulldog Cross Country teams will be back in action next week at the

Medina Valley Cross Country Invitational.

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