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Austin Elementary faculty delivers supplies to students

August 11, 2011 by Anonymous

Austin Elementary faculty and staff members loaded three school buses and ventured out into the community to deliver 150 backpacks filled with supplies to various Austin students on Monday.
Austin Elementary Delivers Supplies: Pictured are Austin Elementary students Connor, Whitney and Cameron McClelland; and Austin staff members Lacy McGaughey, Kelley Long, Debbie Sefcik, Alison Sheets, Jamie Dempsey, Lesley Hodges, Julia Hickson, Amber Richards, Camie Scott, Amy Mayfield, Amy Crippen, and Durham Bus Driver Vicky Vandenberg (courtesy photo).

Austin Elementary third graders receives surprise visit from former Rangers catcher

May 23, 2011 by Anonymous

Third Graders Visit Rangers Ballpark in Arlington: Third graders at Austin Elementary have been studying baseball for the past couple of weeks. To close the unit, they went on a field trip to Rangers Ballpark in Arlington where they toured the dugout, press box, players' batting cages, and concluded the trip with lunch on the homerun porch. Jim Sundberg, former Rangers catcher and Hall of Famer, came and spoke to the students about his career, answered questions, and took time to take pictures with individual students.

Austin students, Kohl's associates team up to raise $3,000

April 12, 2011 by Anonymous

Austin Students: Those pictured include (in no particular order) Bailee Love, Justin Bourquin, Kylie Parker, Lawson, Mikala McCaulay, Harmoney Garner, and Kohl's associates from Weatherford and Lake Worth (courtesy photo).

Students from Stephen F. Austin Elementary and Kohl’s associates from both the Weatherford and Lake Worth store locations collected $3,000 worth of recycling materials as part of the Kohl’s 2011 National Go Green Event on April 5.

The recycled material came from each classroom before being transferred to the outside recycling containers. Also, the money was donated to Austin Elementary.

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