Tag Archive: Foster

May 01 2012

Hard ACT to follow

Front Row (left-to-right) Cody Smith, Gus Williams, Roshni Edalur, Abigail Pauley;  Back Row (left-to-right) Neal Rangu, Lucas Steele, Bradie Davis, Naomi D’Arbell

Eight Foster Middle School students earned State Recognition from Duke University for their scores on college entrance exams. One student also qualified for the university’s Grand Recognition for scoring higher on the ACT than most of her counterparts across the U.S.   State Recognition Naomi D’Arbell Bradie Davis Roshni Edalur Abigail Pauley Neal Rangu Cody …

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Apr 10 2012

Judson wins Longview ISD One-Act Play contest

Judson Middle School on Wednesday took top one-act play honors among the district’s three middle schools for performing a 1960s version of Macbeth.  Four Blue Devil thespians were also named to the district’s 2012 All-Star Cast, including Best Actress. Forest Park and Foster each had three actors named to the All-Star Cast, including a (Foster) …

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Apr 21 2011

Duke University honors sixteen Foster scholars

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Sixteen Foster Middle School students earned state honors this school year for their scores on college entrance exams. The Foster students are among the top 25 percent of Duke University’s annual 16-state talent search. The Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) identifies and supports academically talented students. Students identified to participate in the TIP …

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Mar 10 2011

Good job: Foster robotics team places first

Foster Middle School’s academic trophy case continues to grow. Robotics team members Bryan Gilliland and Daniel Martin earned top honors among 82 teams at the Region 7 Robotics Arena competition. The contest requires teams to design, build and program a robot Levitra (using the Lego® Mindstorms® Education NXT Base set).

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