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State Champions!  Boys Golf Team Wins 3A Championship

On Monday, April 27th and Tuesday, April 28th , the Brock Boys Golf team posted scores of 324 and 338 at Grey Rock Golf Course in Austin, for a two day total of 662 to claim the UIL Class 3A State Championship. The team edged out Rockdale and Glen Rose for the team championship.  The victory is the first State Gold Medal for the Brock Boys Golf program in school history.  Brock has made several appearances at the State Golf Tournament in past years, but had never come back home with the gold medal until this year.  The team will be losing only two seniors this year, making the future of Brock Golf appear very bright.  The Brock ISD congratulates the coaches and players on their successful season. 

Coach Keith Guyon, Casey Neatherlin, Clayton Boles,

Caleb Guyon, Carson Langen, Garrett Leek

 

Band Recognized by BISD Trustees

Both the high school and junior high bands received sweepstakes at the Concert and Sight-Reading Contest this year. This is the highest performance standard any band can receive; a rating of a 1. With many firsts in Brock this year, this was another first for the band program. This is the second consecutive year both bands attended Concert and Sight-Reading Contest, falling short of Sweepstakes last year by receiving 2's. 

Out of eleven AAA/C band programs in our region, Brock Bands were only one of three that received Sweepstakes at both the junior high and high school levels. Congratulations to all the families, students, and directors for your hard work!

Standing:  Cory Daniel, Travis Faulkner, John McGuire, Danelle Felts, Cody Lane, Martie Ivey,

Bill Cooper, Shannon Worley, Scott Drillette

Kneeling:  Ryan Henderson, Declan Smith, Cooper Davis, Brennen Freeze, Elizabeth Garcia,

Cheyenne Jordan, Tyler Attaway, Jacob Sharp, Peyton Wakefield, Delaney Wagner, Kaeti Latham 

Plan for Summer Camps Now!

Brock staff members are offering a variety of camps that your children will enjoy this summer.  There is something for all ages and skill levels! The forms are fillable PDFs for your typing convenience.  Print the form at home, sign it, and mail it in with your payment.

     June

     8th - 10th  Baseball Camp

     8th - 11th  Tennis Camp

     15th - 18th  Boys Basketball Camp

     15th - 18th  Girls Softball Camp

     15th - 18th  Girls Strength and Conditioning

     15th - 18th  Boys Strength and Conditioning

     15th - 19th  Enrichment Camp

     22nd - 25th  Tennis Camp

     22nd - 25th  Girls Strength and Conditioning

     22nd - 25th  Boys Strength and Conditioning

     29th - July 2  Girls Strength and Conditioning

     July

     6th - 8th  Archery Camp NASP Only

     6th - 9th  Tennis Camp

     6th - 9th  Boys Strength and Conditioning

     13th - 15th  Archery Camp All Other Traditional Bow Types

     13th - 16th  K - 6th Football Camp

     13th - 16th  Boys Strength and Conditioning

     13th - 16th  Tennis Camp

     20th - 23rd  Girls Strength and Conditioning

     20th - 23rd  Girls Basketball Camp

     20th - 23rd  Boys Strength and Conditioning

     27th - 30th  Robotics

     27th - 30th  Girls Strength and Conditioning

     August

     3rd - 6th  Girls Strength and Conditioning

     10th - 13th 7th & 8th Football Camp

 

Championship Saturday!!!  Brock Wins 2 Team State Titles on Same Day!

Saturday, March 14th, 2015 will be long remembered as an incredible day for Brock ISD!  While Brock High School has state championship titles in Volleyball, Girls Basketball, Boys Basketball, Baseball, and Softball, as well as individual gold medals in Cross Country, Tennis, and Track, Brock had never won two state team titles on the same day; until now.   

On Thursday, March 12th, Brock Eagles Basketball made its ninth appearance in the UIL State Basketball Tournament and its third appearance in four years. Having lost the last two state games by narrow margins, Brock had "Unfinished Business" at this year’s tournament.  The Eagles played Kountze in the semifinal game and after Kountze cut the lead to four points early in the 4th quarter, the Eagles pulled away to win by a score of 76-61.  Advancing to the final on March 14th, the Eagles found themselves in a defensive battle against the Universal City Randolph Ro-Hawks.  The score went back and forth until with just over a minute left, the Eagles pulled ahead of the Ro-Hawks to win 37-32.  The Eagles showed great grit, determination and leadership all season among their six seniors.  The Brock Eagles Basketball Team also won state in 2002 and 2003. 

Back Row:  Coach Boxell, Micah Thornton, Haydon James, Bailey Cockburn, Lance, Ewell Jacob Ray

Taylor Perry, Nolan McCall, Dylan Lackey, Leddy French, Tren Corcorran, Coach Cook, Cook Rickner

Front Row:  Zack Weber, Matthew Thornton, Amery Hughes, Dawson Littlepage, Dalton Dickerson,

Garrett Leek, Wyatt Moore, Tanner Bynum 

Not to be out done by their counterparts, Brock Team Tennis was making their 7th appearance in the TTCA State Tournament.  Having come up short at the state tournament several times previously, this year found a very hungry group of athletes wanting a taste of elusive gold.  On Friday, March 13th, Brock met Franklin winning 18-1 and then defeated Forsan 17-2.  This set up a tough schedule the next day playing perennial powerhouses Wall and Mason.  Mason had won 23 total Team Tennis State Titles, including the last 12 years in a row.  The Eagle tennis players went out Saturday morning (while the Eagles basketball team was winning their state title) and defeated Wall 10-2 setting up a rematch from last year against Mason.  On Saturday afternoon, the Brock and Mason match was very close at the end of the doubles competition with Brock taking its first lead over Mason in any tournament 4-3, setting up some incredibly intense singles matches.  In the end, Brock dominated the singles competition, winning 10 of the 12 matches, and by the end of the day Brock came out on top with a final score of 14-5 to bring home gold for Brock's first state title in Team Tennis.   

 Back Row:  Coach Kevin Folse, Daniel Harper, Tyler Davis, Clayton Boles, Mitchell O'Bannon, Colton Boles,

Will Paschal, Caleb Guyon, Garrett Davis, Matt Hoffman, Dylan Davis, Logan Moon, Coach Andrea Folse 

Front Row:  Caleb Folse, Jordan Porter, Alondra Gamboa, Bailey Nichols, Alex Rubio, Hana Folse, Logan Prater,

Alex Grimm, Sheyenne Carter, Kimland Adams, Erica O'Bannon 

The Brock ISD wishes to congratulate all the coaches and players for your phenomenal seasons.  Your hard work and dedication made for a historical day!   

 

Texas School Accountability Dashboard Released

The Texas School Accountability Dashboard was created by the 83rd Texas Legislature in 2013.  The dashboard, designed to provide the public with easily accessible accountability information, includes the four indexes that are the basis for the state’s accountability system and gives a summary of state, district, and school performance. The dashboard makes it possible to find clear and concise accountability information and demographics for an individual school, an entire school district, or the state as a whole and also allows users to compare performance between districts or schools. You can access the Dashboard at the following link:  Texas School Accountability Dashboard.

To learn more about accountability ratings or the accountability system, please visit the Texas Education Agency website at http://tea.texas.gov/perfreport.

 

Sports Schedule Quick Link

For the convenience of our supporters, we have now added a link to all our current sports schedules on the right hand side of the webpage under Quick Links.  Each sport will still use their pages for more indepth information, but the added link will allow for quick access to their schedules.  

 

For up-to-date information from Brock ISD, click on the Notify Me button below.

 

Mission Statement

It is the purpose and mission of Brock ISD to provide all students with an educational program that will allow them to develop to their full potential intellectually, physically, and socially in order to be responsible citizens and contributing members of society.  Inherent within this purpose and mission are the beliefs that all students can learn and that the school, the home and the community can make a difference in the lives of its students.