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News and Announcements

Tiger Speech and Debate Summer Camp-August 18th-21st
The AMCHS Speech and Debate team is hosting a summer camp on August 18th-21st at AMCHS. Students from AMCHS and AMCMS are welcome to attend. The cost of the camp is $10. Registration can found below.
SkillsUSA National Contest Results

SkillsUSA National Contest Results Five students from AMCHS traveled to Kansas City, MO from June 20th - 28th, to compete in the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference. The students participated in eight days of Leadership training and competitions.

Sarah Ann Porter competed for two days against 30 other students from across the United States and placed 6th overall. She had to install virtual computers and operating systems, manage remote connections and create spreadsheets, program Access databases, configure email and create and present proposals. Sarah Ann also was recognized at the Opening Ceremony for receiving the Presidential Volunteer Service Award. She volunteered over 100 hours of volunteer service that was recognized with a pin and a letter from President Obama.
AMCHS Speech and Debate Nationals Results

AMCHS Speech and Debate Nationals Results The A&M Consolidated Speech and Debate Team traveled to Overland Park, Kansas for the 2014 National Speech and Debate Association National Tournament. Alex Coopersmith competed in Congressional Debate. Alex made it to the Semi-Finals round making him one of the 60 Congressional Debaters in the nation. He served as the presiding officer during the Preliminary and Semi-Finals Round earning him two gavels of recognition. Shankar Srinivasan and Karna Venkatraj, Competed in Public Forum Debate. The team missed the top 60 break by 1 ballot. They were ranked 61st in the nation out of 240 debaters.
CSISD SkillsUSA Students Leading Texas

CSISD SkillsUSA Students Leading Texas Six students from CSISD traveled to Mo Ranch, just outside of Hunt, TX, from June 1st through 5th, for five days of Leadership training and competitions. Two students were elected as State Officers and three students were elected as District Officers. All students earned their Statesman Award and have earned the right to represent Texas at the Washington D.C. Leadership Institute held in September 2014. This was an amazing trip and the students have started a new legacy for CSISD in SkillsUSA Texas. Students will spend the next year planning State and District conferences and advocating for Career and Technology Education. The awards and office positions are as follows:

State Vice President: David Holbrook (AMCHS)
State Parliamentarian: Patrick Diaz (AMCHS)
District 7 President: Samantha Villalobos (CSHS)
District 7 Parliamentarian: Ross Romero (AMCHS)
District 7 Officer: Amanda Herrera (AMCHS)

2nd Place 30 Second Elevator Speech: Ross Romero

Students will travel to Kansas City, MO from June 20th to 28th, to represent Texas and compete at the National SkillsUSA Student Leadership and Skills Conference and Competition.
Cyber Centurion Camp 2014

Cyber Centurion Camp 2014 TEEX is offering a five day Cyber Security Summer camp. Learn to defend your network from a cyber attack. The camp is an introduction to the computing and cybersecurity industry and students will examine the research, career, and education opportunities in the cybersecurity field. Scholarships are available.
Yearbook sales:
We still have a few 2014 Tigerland yearbooks for sale for $85. If you are interested, they can be purchased in the front office this week and during the summer until they sell out. Contact the main office at 979-764-5500 for office hours. For other inquiries, please contact Freda Carraway at fcarraway@csisd.org.
AMCHS TSSEC Results
Qualifying members of the A&M Consolidated High School Choirs performed at the Texas State Solo & Ensemble Contest (TSSEC) this past Saturday, May 24 on the UT Austin campus. Soloists earning a Division I or Superior Rating: Brittany Smith, Paige Cooke, Kelsey Kipp, Randy Westmoreland, Audrey Harris, Kambrie Kissmann, Kylee Shipp, Brenna Briles, Staeven Alcala, Melody Donaldson, and Laura Ramirez. Soloists earning a Division II or Excellent Rating: Erica Peterson, Megan Hipchen, Marissa McShane, Diana Garcia, Marit Yosko, Elizabeth Bosse, and Noelle Lane. Two madrigals and a girls quartet also earned an Excellent Rating.Ratings are based on a judge’s evaluation of their performance and includes tone, technique and musicianship
UIL Current Issues Team wins State!

UIL Current Issues Team wins State! The AMCHS Current Issues and Events team win the UIL 5A Team Championship for the SECOND year in a row! Student who compete in current issues and events must know about issues facing the US and the world. Students take a 40 question multiple choice quiz and write an essay all based on current events.

Members of the team: (L to R)
Benjamin Lamb
Annie Zhang
Honorary Coach, Mike Williams
Shankar Srinivasan
Alex Coopersmith
AMCHS students win Poetry Awards!

AMCHS students win Poetry Awards! The following students will be published in the upcoming Creative Communications Poetry Anthology:

Katie Barondeau, Kenji Blum, Emily Garrett, Danyaelle Godfrey, Brooke Gully, Tianshu Huang, Jadyn Jemaa, Alanna Kovar, Benjamin Lamb, Andrew Pham, Jennifer Porter, Kenny Ringham, Kara Rust, Jasmina Wade, Shalantra Smith

An additional quote about AMCHS!

"Your school stands out and will be recognized in the anthology as receiving a "Poetic Achievement Award." This honor is given to the top 10% of the schools who entered the contest. The schools are chosen based on the number and quality of the entries accepted."
AMC FFA Wildlife

AMC FFA Wildlife he AMC FFA Wildlife team consisting of Ian Tremblay, Aaron Crum, Tyler Reim, and Noah Langley competed yesterday at the State Wildlife Contest in Sinton, TX. The boys competed against the top 50 teams from across the state and placed 10th overall. Ian was the 2nd high point individual out of 195 competitors.
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