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...a TEA Recognized Campus

UIL Academic Champions
'09, '10, '11, '12, '13,  & '14
 
Joshua High School
Principal:  Mick Cochran
Assistant Principals:  Jerry Coshow, Helen Hernandez, Stan McVey
   

 
 March 2015 TAKS Registration  
 

For the March 2015 Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) exit level tests, TAKS out-of-school (OOS) examinees (including former TAAS and TEAMS examinees) must register online at http://www.TexasAssessment.com/taksoos. Registration opens December 8, 2014, and ends February 6, 2015, at 5:00 PM (CT). Examinees who do not register by February 6, 2015, must be registered by campus personnel at a participating campus on the day of testing, if the campus can accommodate them. A list of participating campuses can be found at http://www.TexasAssessment.com/oosTestSites.

 

 

 
 
 

 
Lady Owls Win Bi-District Championship
 

The Joshua Lady Owl soccer team defeated Trimble Tech 6-0 Thursday night and secured the bi-district championship.  As such, the Lady Owls will advance to the area round of playoffs Thursday, Apr. 2 against Rider (Wichita Falls), the district 6-5A champion.  Our ladies would love your support as they head to the area round of playoffs. 

 

The details for our area round game are as follows:

 

 

Joshua Women vs. Rider Women

Thursday, Apr. 2 at 5:30 PM

Ram Stadium in Mineral Wells

 
 

 
 Camp Perry
 
Camp Perry 
 
The Precision Rifle Team just returned from Camp Perry, Ohio.   The team finished 11th at the All Service Nationals, which on the surface, doesn’t sound very impressive.  However, there are over 3,500 Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force JROTC units nationwide, which range in size from 100 to 900 Cadets.  After three area, regional, and semi-final rounds, the top 17 precision teams advanced to Camp Perry for the shoot-off last week.  Out of 4,800 points that could potentially be earned over the two day match, the teams were so close that final results were determined by Center X’s… that is to say, not just hitting the bullseye, but how hard you hit it.  The bullseye is half the size of the head of a pin.  Two time Gold Medalist Gary Anderson was present at the event. 
 
Camp Perry
 
 

 

 Code Talkers
 
Navajo Code Talkers
 

Joshua Cadets traveled to JRB Fort Worth on March 20th and had the honor of meeting with WWII Marine Navajo Code Talkers.  These living legends, now in their 90’s, related remarkably well to the bright-eyed teenagers as they shared their incredible experiences.

 
 

Bond Election

 

Congratulations Devon and Erynn!
 
Debate  

 

Congratulations to Senior Policy Debaters, Devon Heidenreich and Erynn Cole, who participated in UIL CX Debate State tournament in Austin this past weekend. These ladies did a fantastic job representing JHS!  They finished with 3 wins and only 1 loss.
 
If you see them, please remember to congratulate these very talented young women on their excellent performance!
 

 
 English Department Labs 
 

Every Monday, an English lab will be held in the English Hall after school from 4:05-4:45.

Look for the English Lab sign. All students are welcome! 

 
 

 


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  • March 25 -- Wednesday 
    Prom ticket sales begin today. At this time the prices are $25 for Seniors and $50 For Juniors. These prices will be going up shortly, as it gets closer to “Prom Night”!! They need to see Mrs. Gschnell
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    April 10 --  Friday
    Senior class photo on the football field. 
     
    May 15 -- Friday 
    All senior breakfast posters due.
     
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    Senior Graduation is at 8:00 p.m. in Owl Stadium  
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