Submitted by Brenda Lucas

Tenaha 2nd Graders Take a Field Trip to Sci-Port

May 8, 2015 - On Thursday, April 30th the 2nd grade classes from Tenaha traveled to Shreveport and spent the day at Sci-Port. Sci-Port is a hands-on Science museum.

Students participated in two classes. In the class Animal Defenses, students discovered how animal adaptations help them survive. In the class Ooey Gooey Gloop, students used inquiry skills to create a polymer that they brought home.

Tenaha 3rd Graders Learn About Cinco De Mayo

May 7, 2015 - Tenaha third grade has been learning about Cinco de Mayo in class and today celebrated it with authentic Mexican cusine. The menu included gorditas, enchiladas, rice, chicarrones, chips and salsa, arroz con leche, empanadas, quesadillas, molotes, Mexican wedding cookies, and Jumex nectar. This meal was enjoyed by all. We want to give a special thanks to all of our parents who prepared the wonderful food for our Cinco de Mayo.

Cell Phones For Soldiers Project

May 5, 2015 - Cell Phones for Soldiers is a worldwide nonprofit group that distributes free telephone international calling cards to U.S. troops serving overseas. Every cell phone donated to this group generates about an hour of talk time for a soldier abroad.

Our local Delta Kappa Gamma Society International and Tenaha Schools are partnering for a cell phone drive to benefit this worthy cause.

Please bring your old useless cell phones to the High School office.

Caraway Selected to FCA Heart of a Champion All-Star Game by Cooper Ward

April 10, 2015 - The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Heart of a Champion All-Star game is for senior high school football players nominated by their coaches. Robert Bardin is the Area Director of FCA in Northeast Texas. According to Bardin, the purpose of the game is centered around three things: To bring glory to God, to share about the ministry of FCA, and to highlight the coaches and athletes in the area.


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