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  • Atkins will step down from the Waco ISD board after 17 years

    During his tenure, Atkins led efforts to address state budget cuts, pass a tax ratification election and launch a first-of-its-kind in-district charter partnership.

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  • Student artwork on display

    More than 200 pieces of student artwork on exhibition at Art Forum of Waco

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  • School board seeks community involvement in superintendent search process

    Working with the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Executive Search Services, the Waco ISD school board is seeking input from the community to develop a profile of the leadership qualities desired in the district's next superintendent.

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  • Mighty Trojan Band earns UIL Sweepstakes, makes school history

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  • Waco ISD sending three students to state art competition

    Waco ISD won a combined 48 gold medals at the Region 12 Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) and qualified three students for the State VASE event.

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  • Two University High Thespians to compete at national theater competition

    The students qualified in the organization’s technical theater individual events category for their creative work and technical abilities that supported recent school theatrical productions.

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  • Also, daily attendance is critical to success at school.  Students who attend daily benefit from quality instruction which leads to course credit as well as passing critical tests for graduation.  

    Many students who struggle with daily attendance may find it frustrating to keep up with work, leading to failing grades and not passing End of Course tests required for graduation.

    We need students to attend at least 90 percent of their classes to be eligible for credit.  Those who do not attend at least 90 percent will be assigned to Saturday School for make up hours.  If students miss more than 25 percent (23 days) in the current semester, they will not be eligible to make up time unless allowed by the building principal.

    The best way to graduate on time is to come to school every day.  #CometotheU 

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Athletics News

  • Bi-district Softball

    Trojans eyeing a long playoff run

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  • Regional Track and Field qualifiers

    One more step to STATE!

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  • Bidistrict Round - Lady Trojans vs North Forney

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  • Week 11 - University ends season with 45-12 loss

    Trojan seniors' last stand

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  • Week 10 - Everman runs past Trojans, 42-7

    Trojans drop their 5th district game

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  • Week 9 - Trojans fall to #1 Aledo, 66-0

    University now at 2-4 in district play

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