Aubrey Middle School students hold artwork they entered into the Junior Visual Arts Scholastic Event on April 13. Pictured are, front row from left, Madison Houck, Maya Morales, Madison Graves, Malachi Morris and Emmerson Phillips. Back row from left, Olivia Reid, Alice Kramer, Alaina Breen, Zoe Brown, Caeden Richter, Arianna Schmidt and art teacher Laura Westbrook. Casey Cantwell is not pictured.

Denton ISD

DAASF to award $10,000 in scholarships

The Denton African American Scholarship Foundation will hold its annual scholarship presentation at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center.

Black students graduating from Denton ISD high schools will be eligible for the scholarships totaling $10,000.

Since 1984, the organization has awarded more than $400,000 in scholarships to more than 400 students.

Underclassmen with the highest GPAs among black students will receive recognition during the event.

Aubrey ISD

Aubrey Middle School

Students show art

Twelve Aubrey Middle School students submitted their artwork during the Region 11 Junior Visual Arts Scholastic Event held April 13 at Myers Middle School.

Art was judged on a scale of 1 to 4, with 4 being the highest ranking. Students Maya Morales, Caeden Richter, Alaina Breen, Arianna Schmidt, Madison Houck, Casey Cantwell, Alice Kramer, Olivia Reid, Zoe Brown and Emmerson Phillips all earned the highest ratings.

Malachi Morris, Casey Cantwell and Madison Graves earned a 3 rating.

Roundups scheduled for April 30, May 2

Parents of children entering kindergarten can pick up registration packets from Brockett and Monaco Elementary schools during regular school hours.

Otherwise, packets will be available during Aubrey ISD’s kindergarten roundups on April 30 and May 2 from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Documentation is required at the time of enrollment, including two proofs of residence, the potential student’s Social Security card, birth certificate or passport, current shot records and photo ID for parents or legal guardians.

MARSHALL REID can be reached at 940-566-6862 and via Twitter at @MarshallKReid.

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