Hurrah for Morgan Mill!

It was a busy month for Morgan Mill Schools.  The Elementary UIL results are in and the kids placed third.  The scoring for UIL is done on overall points.  The larger the school and more participants make a difference. 

This is not a complete list because I do not have the team participants.  There are six places, but I am only listing first and seconds.

The fifth grade team placed second in listening.  The second grade team placed second in chess and the fifth graders placed second.  In music memory, Dillan Branham placed first and Monica Barto placed second.  The third grade team in music memory placed first.  In fourth grade Mattie-Lynn Dunnam placed first in music memory and Rylea Elston placed second.  The fourth grade team placed first.  The fifth grade, in music memory, had Dakota Ivey placing second and its team placed first.  Haley Burns, fifth grader, placed first in spelling. 

The junior high kids placed second overall in the competition.  In art, Corinne Buchanan, sixth grader, placed second and the sixth grade team placed first.  In the seventh grade, Jullian Robinson placed second in art and the team placed second.  In chess, Eion Bailey tied for second and the sixth grade team placed second.  In the eighth grade, Christian King placed first and Jr. Clark placed second in chess.  The eighth grade team placed first.  Camille Buchanan, eighth grader, placed first in dictionary and the team placed first.  In editorial writing, Ireland Bailey, seventh grader, placed second.  She also placed second in listening.  The team in seventh grade placed first in listening.  Christian King in eighth grade placed first in mathematics and first in listening and the team placed first in listening.   Kiran Shewmaker, eighth grader, placed first in maps, graphs, and charts and the team eighth graders placed first.  Modern Oratory had Piper Slawson, eighth grader, placing second.  Our kids know their music memory.  Sixth graders Caty Reagan placed first and Lillie Soderlind placed second.  The sixth grade team came in first.  The seventh graders Ireland Bailey came in first and Aubrey Dyas came in second and the team came in first.  The eighth graders, Camilla Buchanan came in first and Brylee Seabourn came in second and the team came in first.  In number sense, the sixth grade team came in second and the eighth grader, Camilla Buchanan came in first.  The eighth grade team came in first.  Lila Richards, eighth grader, came in first in oral reading.  In ready writing, Corinne Buchanan came in first and Henley Ballinger came in second.  Clinton Nelson, eighth grader, came in first.  The seventh grade team in social studies came in first and the seventh grade team came in second in spelling. 

This is a long list but these kids have done a fabulous job in representing Morgan Mill.  We appreciate their efforts and know their parents are proud. 

If you have not gotten your 2018 calendar yet, The Treasures of the Texas Coast Calendar has a Morgan Mill winner.  Laura “Corinne” Buchanan, age 10, is featured on the August page.  Mom, Shannon, may have a few more copies.  It is great to see our kids recognized on the state level.  She has had her pictures displayed in the Stephenville Library earlier this year.