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Free Movie Ticket Opportunity

Parents and Students,

See the link for a last second opportunity to see the Academy Award Nominated movie Selma for free this Wednesday (1-28-15) at 3:45pm…


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Extra Credit-Texas History 1-26-15

Thank you to everyone who watched and commented on the SOTU! It is important to watch the SOTU no matter your political feelings and I was impressed with the thoughts you shared. 41 more words

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Texas History 1-26/1-30

This week in Texas History we will be continuing to study Texas as a Republic by looking at the presidencies of Lamar and Houston. We will be going over Test 6 from last week, so if you need to retake or make up this test come by at lunch or teamtime any day this week…

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Texas Historical Marker Guide now available!

Texas Historical Marker Guide is now available on the App Store!


Today in Texas History - January 23

From the Annals of New Spain  – In 1691, the Conde de Gálvez appointed Domingo Terán de los Ríos as the first governor of the Spanish province of Coahuila and Texas.  126 more words

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Today in Texas History - January 22

From the Annals of the Supreme Court –  In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973), which declared that criminal laws against abortion were unconstitutional.  507 more words

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"Missions Statement": Biking San Antonio's Mission Trail

Looking for a dose of history, fun, and a little exercise within  beautiful San Antonio, Texas? Want to explore the the oldest unrestored stone church in America while biking or hiking down the San Antonio River? 530 more words