AMC FFA members competed Friday at the State FFA Leadership Development Events in Huntsville. While we did not have a top ten finish students 3 teams placed in the top 24 in their respected contests.
Agriculture Issues: Payton McGinnis, Riley Garrett, Meredith Poling, Jacob Brooks, Jackson Lee, Ana Howeth and Emily Crowder Top 24 out of 129 teams from across the Texas.
Senior Skills: Jackon Lee, Ethan Dobson & Gentry Fox Top 24 out of 326 teams from across Texas
Job Interview: Payton McGinnis Top 24 out of 455 students from across Texas
A&M Consolidated High School will use the attached bell schedule for the early release on December 6, 2018 for the interment of President of George H.W. Bush.
This weekend Tiger Robotics came home from their Hub competition with many trophies, medals, and plaques, having earned the Founders’ Award for engineering, 3rd place overall for marketing, presentation, and robot performance, and 1st place for Large School UIL. They will be advancing to the State competition on 11/30.
Tiger Choir Students also competed this weekend in the next round of the All-State Choir Auditions. 9 students advanced to this round which includes singing 3 cuts of music and sight reading a line of music within 30 seconds of viewing it. Our students did very well! Advancing to the third and last round of state auditions in early January are:
Kyle, Gibson, Senior, Bass 1, Chair 4
Isaac Harris, Senior, Bass 1, Chair 3
Silas Merrell, Freshman, Tenor 1, Chair 3
Grace Moore, Senior, Soprano 2, Chair 5
Aubrey Hay, Senior, Soprano 1, Chosen as Alternate Chair 7
Tiger Choir 9th and 10th grade students competed in the 9th and 10th Grade Region Choir Audition this weekend. They did extremely well, including sweeping top chair in both Alto rooms! These students earned a spot in Region Choir this weekend!
This past weekend members of the AMCHS Speech and Debate Team traveled to Cypress Lakes High School in Houston to compete in their speech and debate tournament. This was the best showing by the squad so far! Out of 27 schools that competed, we ended up taking 2nd Place for Squad Efficiency (number of earned points / number of students). Every student semi-finaled in at least one of their events! Please congratulate the following students:
2nd Place Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking - Allen Zhang
2nd Place Dramatic Interp - Jacob Eaker
2nd Place Prose - Jacob Eaker
2nd Place Poetry - Jacob Eaker
2nd Place Impromptu Speaking - Allen Zhang
4th Place Impromptu Speaking - Srikar Satish
5th Place Novice Congressional Debate - Ayanna Rucker
6th Place Humorous Interpretation - Saanya Patel
6th Place Novice Impromptu - Ayanna Rucker
Semi-Finalist in Original Oratory & Impromptu - Ruby Perry-Mize
Semi-Finalist in Domestic Extemp - Lars Deutz
Semi-Finalist in Impromptu - Saanya Patel
at the Ringer library. FCCLA members dressed in character to read books, lead music, songs and dance with children in our community
Your Tiger Band did it again. They earned Superior Ratings at the Region 8 UIL Marching Contest. They were 1 of 2 bands who earned Superior Ratings from all 3 judges. This is the best rating that you can receive. These students continue to push themselves and grow the program with every practice and performance. We hope that you will come out and support the band this Friday night or Saturday at the Waller Marching Contest. They will march at 7:00 P.M. before the game this Friday night due to our 8th Grade night at halftime. On Saturday, they will march at Noon in Waller.