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Hudson Middle School showed success at UIL

by | Mar 10, 2016 | Education

From Staff Reports

Education @csmediatexas.com

Hudson Middle School in Garland ISD recently competed in the 2015-’16 Academic UIL. The students showed great success across the board.

Winners in Art included 1st place, 7th grader Tyler Wiggins; 1st place, 8th grader Eliomanuel Escamilla; 2nd place, 8th grader Jessica Leach and 4th place, 6th grader Isaiah Lambert-Gutierrez. The Art coach is Mr. Pruitt.

In the Dictionary Skills competition 1st place was awarded to 6th grader Riley Young; 1st place, 7th grader Nicholas Wilkerson; 2nd place, 6th grader Ayden Burrow; 3rd place, 6th grader Rachel Schutter and 3rd place, 7th grader Ethan Jolley. The Dictionary Skills coach is Mrs. Penner.

In Impromptu reading, coached by Mrs. Wrinkle 1st place was awarded to 7th grader Connor Craig; 2nd place, 7th grader Claire Andersen and 4th place, 7th grader Rose Greze.

In the Maps, Graphs and Charts category, coached by Ms. Strickland 1st place was awarded to 6th grade Caden Parr; 1st place, 8th grader Bethany Soukanya; 2nd place, 8th grader Jacqueline Gonzalez; 3rd place, 6th grader Sydney Newman and 3rd place, 8th grader Victoria Ramirez.

The Mathematics team, coached by Mrs. Chatman-Boyd, took 1st place, 8th grader Patrick Anderson; 2nd place, 8th grader Katie Co and 4th place, 6th grader Jacob Istas.

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