Brock Students Attend Girls and Boys State
Brock students Carter Moxley and Kealey Dent were nominated and chosen to attend the American Legion sponsored Boys and Girls State this summer in Austin and Seguin respectively.
Boys State and Girls State are summer leadership and citizenship programs sponsored by The American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary for high school juniors, respectively. Boys and Girls State programs both began in 1937 and are held in each of the U.S. states excluding Hawaii, usually at a college within that state.
Participants are divided into subgroups referred to as cities. The citizens of each of these cities elect mock municipal officials and representatives to the mock state legislature. Many programs also have a county level as well. The participants also elect state officials, such as governor, lieutenant governor, and other state-level officials mirroring their actual State. The legislature meets to organize, elect leaders, and to pass bills, in a way that is similar to how their actual state legislature operates.
Brock High School National Honor Society Names Officers and Inducts New Members for 2019-2020 School Year
The Brock High School Chapter of the National Honor Society inducted new members and announced officers for the 2019-2020 school year. The NHS performs numerous community service projects throughout the year including multiple blood drives during each school year. The newly elected officers are:
President - Taylor Shupick
Vice President – Luke Tepera
Secretary – Olivia Lewis
Treasurer – Kaslyn Tidmore
Historian – Hunter Hutchins
Parliamentarian – Carter Moxley
Brock Student Chosen for the Texas FFA Choir
Brock High School student Beyla Decker was selected to the Texas FFA Choir. She is the first Brock Student to have earned this honor. Congratulations Beyla!