RVI Student Wins DAR...

Nicholas White won the 2016-2017 Daughters of the American Revolution National Park Essay Contest. Nicholas is a fifth grader at River Valley Intermediate School in the Midway Independent School District. Students in the fifth through eighth grades and from all over McLennan County...

South Bosque Opens F...

  South Bosque has joined Little Free Library, a nationwide program (littlefreelibrary.org) open to the community. Neighbors, students, and teachers can come into Mr. Bee’s Outdoor Living Room, borrow books, and learn about gardening, insects, etc.  Barnes and Noble and “Garden Keeper”...

Speegleville Special...

Speegleville Elementary has been busy with a jam-packed schedule of exciting special events for students this school year. From Pinwheels for Peace (shown right) to a Career Day featuring 18 professions, librarian Christe Hancock, counselor Karen Gillette, PE teacher Bonnie Floyd, and a team...

Reading with the Pan...

Each season, the Midway HS Football Team visits elementary campuses and the players read to the elementary students. Last Friday, the coaches brought the team to read to kids at Speegleville Elementary. Amy Cheatham said, “My Pre-K class (and the whole school) was absolutely in awe of...

Midway Schools earn ...

Thanks to the hard work of both our teachers and students, Midway ISD showed great academic gains in the 2014-2015 school year. The advances in student achievement were so plentiful that nine out of our ten campuses received at least two Distinction Designations from the Texas Education...

South Bosque Student...

On Friday, March 6, South Bosque Elementary second graders participated in a Read Across America event, hosted by the Baylor Bookstore. In honor of Dr. Suess’ birthday, beloved storybook characters including The Cat in the Hat, Thing 1 and Thing 2 welcomed students to Baylor...

Singing Zoologist En...

Lucas Miller, a zoologist from Austin, engaged South Bosque students in an interactive science lesson on Friday, February 6. Students sang along with Miller as he described how a tadpole becomes a frog and a caterpillar transforms into a butterfly. They giggled as he acted out the dynamics...

First Grade Students...

Friday, February 6 marked the 101st day of the 2014-2015 school year. First graders at South Bosque Elementary celebrated the milestone by dressing as if they were 101 years old....

Community Reads Day ...

On Friday, January 30, more than forty community members from the greater Waco area volunteered to read to students at South Bosque Elementary. Kindergarten classes listened to stories read by Baylor athletes, the Executive Director of a local charity, and a United States Marine Corps Staff...

First Grade Celebrat...

First grade students at South Bosque Elementary celebrated Tacky Tuesday on January 27. After reading the “Tacky the Penguin” series, students and teachers dressed in mismatched outfits to mimic the quirky protagonist in the beloved books.        ...