This past Saturday FFA members participated in the Area 3 FFA Leadership Development Events. Placings are as follows:
4th Place Senior FFA Skills- Tristian De Leon, Kurt Hopcus and Colton Harper
2nd Place and Qualifying for State Junior FFA Skills- Jackson Lee, Gentry Fox and Ethan Dobson
6th Place Agriculture Issues- Patyon McGinnis, Zack Jett, Anica Winn, Riley Garrett, Madeline Phillips, Meredith Poling and Brynne Adamson
10th Place Radio- Emily Gist, Tyler Truex and Lauren Brummett
Public Relations- Emily McCleary, Alyssa Laymon, Lexi Lindemulder and Brynne Adamson
Over the past weekend the Tiger Robotics team traveled to South Early College to compete in the Regional Southeast Texas B.E.S.T. Robotics and Engineering Contest. The team’s dedication and hard work paid off once again. Tiger Robotics took Third place B.E.S.T Overall award, and First Place in the B.E.S.T. Overall award for 5A UIL schools. The team will travel to Dallas, TX on December 7th – 9th to compete at the state/national level Texas B.E.S.T. competition at the University of Texas at Dallas and Dr. Pepper Arena.
AMC Tigers vs Hutto, Friday 11/24/17 7:30 pm (Tigers are the home team)
Adults $6 Students $3 All tickets at the gate are $8
Passes accepted: District 18-5A and 19-5A, THSCA, THSADA, THSGCA
The AMC Ticket Office will be open Tuesday from 3:30 pm until 7:30 pm to purchase tickets
Over 125 students competed in ten Video Gaming competitions. Congratulations to the following tournament winners
The AMCHS Speech & Debate team competed at the Alief Hastings HS Speech & Debate tournament. We place 6th overall in the entire tournament (this is the best we have done in years!) The results are as follows:
The AMCHS Speech & Debate team competed at the UIL District 6 Regional Congressional Debate tournament this past Wednesday (Nov 15), and the team swept the top 3 spots for the 5th year straight, earning the 3 spots in our region to the UIL State meet that will be held at the Texas State Capitol in Austin on January 8-10, 2018. Representing Consol were the following students:
Regional champion: Aabid Razvi (11)
2nd place: Elizabeth Palazzolo (12)
3rd place: Caroline Coopersmith (12)
7th place: Elise Sawyer (9)
Congratulations to our Vocal Ensemble "A-Side," who has just been accepted into the Varsity Vocals International Championship of High School A Cappella (ICHSA)! This is the only global tournament that showcases the art of high school student a cappella.
To honor the beginning of National Homelessness and Hunger Awareness Week (November 11-19) this past weekend, SkillsUSA students Muhammad Sajid, Sam Chandler, John Adams, Reid Ragusa, and Delphine Leoue Ngoko Djomo embarked on a life-changing Poverty Simulation sponsored by Mission Waco in Waco, Texas.
This weekend the AMCHS Speech & Debate team traveled to James Taylor HS in Katy, TX where they had several semifinalists and finalists. Additionally, they had several students who qualified for the Tournament of Champions, to be held at the University of Kentucky in Lexington next spring. Results from the weekend are as follows (*denotes the student has qualified to the TOC):
AMC Tigers vs Whitehouse, 7:30 pm (Tigers are the home team)
Bowers Stadium, Huntsville, TX
Adults $6 Students $3 All tickets at the gate are $7
The AMC Ticket Office will be open Thursday and Friday, 7:30 am until 1:30 pm and students can also purchase tickets in the cafeteria on Friday during all lunches.