Brock High School Wins UIL Academic District Meet
The Brock High School UIL Academic Team won the District 7-3A Championship on Wednesday, with a total score of 617.5, followed by Cisco - 324, Tolar - 253.5, Millsap - 161, Eastland - 123, Breckenridge - 109, and Peaster - 50. The win advances Brock to the Region I Meet in Abilene on April 13th and 14th. Brock qualified just under 50 students for the regional meet. For individual results click the link below.
Brock High School Art Students Earn Entry Into the Parker County Student Art Show
Brock High School Art students Brooklyn Booth and Tessa Cisco have been chosen to exhibit their art in the Parker County Student Art Show beginning March 13th, and running through April 5th, at the Doss Heritage and Cultural Center at 1400 Texas St. The show is comprised of art students from 8 local school districts and home school, 12 contributing teachers and schools, and over 240 art students from grades 6-12. Participating schools are Aledo HS, Aledo Daniels Ninth Grade Center, WHS, Weatherford Ninth Grade Center, Tison MS, Hall MS, Poolville HS, Brock HS, Peaster MS, Springtown MS, Millsap HS and MS, Trinity Christian Academy and one area home schooled student. The show is free to the public and available for viewing during regular Doss hours of operation. A special feature of the show is the voting done by the public on their favorite piece or pieces of art for $1 per vote. All monies will be awarded to the students at the reception and awards ceremony Thursday April 5 at 6 pm.
Brock High School Band Earns The School’s First Sweepstakes Award
On March 8th, the Varsity Concert Band earned all superior ratings in both concert and sight-reading (a first for the Brock Band). In addition, the band earned their first sweepstakes award which works in conjunction with last semester's marching band results (also for the first time in school history). This year, the students of the Brock Band have broken a total of 5 school records!
Brock Tennis Qualifies for TTCA State Team Tennis Meet
The 2018 Brock Tennis Team has qualified for the School’s 10th 3A and Under TTCA State Team Tennis tournament. The tournament will be held in the Round Rock area March 9th and 10th.
Brock Boys Basketball Complete Outstanding Season
The Brock Boy’s Basketball season came to a close with a 54-47 loss to the Bowie Jackrabbits in the Region I Final, at the Chaparral Center in Midland. The Eagles finish the season with a 35-4 record. Congratulations to all players and coaches on an outstanding season.
Co-District Champs, Bi-District Champs, Area Champs, Quarterfinal Champs, Regional Semifinal Champs, Regional Finalists
Brock Lady Eagles Complete Outstanding Season
Congratulations to the Brock Lady Eagle Basketball Team on an outstanding basketball season that included an undefeated run in district play and culminated with the school’s 22nd appearance in the State Tournament. They finish the season with a record of 32-7.
District 7-3A Champs, Bi-District Champs, Area Champs, Quarterfinal Champs, Regional Semifinal Champs, Region I Champs, State Semifinalist
Brock Lady Eagle Basketball – District 7-3A Champs
The Brock Lady Eagle basketball team defeated Millsap last night 59-37 to complete a 12-0 sweep of District 7-3A. As District Champs the Lady Eagles will play Paradise in the Bi-District round of the playoffs. Paradise finished as the fourth place team in District 8. The Bi-District game location and time have yet to be determined. Congratulations to the Lady Eagles!
The UIL announced the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 reclassification and realignment for Football, Basketball and Volleyball (all other sports will be announced in March).
Brock will be in the following UIL district(s):
Region I District 4
Volleyball & Basketball
Region I District 7
Brock’s Jimmie Morales Earns Teaching Award for Excellence
Brock’s Jimmie Morales was recently named the 2018 recepient of the Jack Harvey Fellowship Award for Exemplary teachers. The award is presented annually by Weatherford College during a luncheon at the Doss Heritage and Culture Center. The award was established in 1996 to recognize commendable teachers in the college’s service area.
When asked why Jimmie Morales is an exemplary teacher, her principal said, “It’s because of the dedication she has to the content area she teaches and students that cross her path every day. Jimmie is a relationships-based educator who believes each child can learn at his/her own pace.” When asked why she became an educator, she said, “I love to see the ‘light bulb’ moments. There are no words to describe the feeling of making a difference in kids. It may only be one, but it is always worth it.” Mrs. Morales ignites fire every day in the kids she teaches. Brock is grateful you became an educator, Mrs. (Coach) Morales. Mrs. Morales teaches 8th grade science and coaches volleyball and track.
School Board Recognition Month
January is School Board Recognition Month and Brock ISD is joining other districts across the state to thank these community volunteers for their commitment and contributions to our public schools.
School board members serve countless hours working to make public education the best it can be for every child. In a climate of change and challenge, they develop policies and make tough decisions on complex educational and social issues that affect the entire community and the lives of individual students.
Preparing today’s students to be productive citizens and the leaders of tomorrow is a tremendous task. As elected officials, school board members are the voice of their communities, serving first and foremost in the best interest of our schoolchildren.
We proudly salute these education advocates as they provide vision and leadership for student achievement, academic programs, district funding, and school facilities. Their service ensures that decisions about local public schools are made by those most familiar with the needs of our community’s children and families. These dedicated individuals deserve recognition and thanks for their unfailing commitment to the continuing success of our students now and in the future.
Great leadership always begins with a willing heart, a positive attitude, and a desire to make a difference. Please join us as we applaud these local leaders for helping our kids soar to success.
Dr. Marty Ivey – President – 10 yrs.
Dr. Shana Boleman – Vice President – 8 yrs.
Cody Lane – Secretary – 6 yrs.
John Brunner – 1 yr. 6 mos.
Travis Faulkner – 6 yrs.
Brent Gough – 1 yr. 8 mos.
John McGuire – 8 yrs.
Primary School Construction Progress Update
Brock Eagle Football – Conference 3A, Division I Runner UP
The Brock Eagle Football team fell to the Rockdale Tigers in the 3A, Division I State Final to finish as the state runner up. The Eagles finish the year with a 13-3 record to cap another outstanding season. Congratulations to all players and coaches!
Brock Junior High UIL Academic Team Wins District Championship
Brock Jr. High participated in the UIL competition at Tolar on Tuesday and brought home a District Championship. The 6th – 8th grade teams scored an amazing 1107 points winning each grade level. Sixth grade scored 366 points, 7th grade scored 374 and 8th grade scored 367. Congratulations to all participating students, teachers/coaches and administration on this outstanding achievement! To see individual results click on the link below.
Brock Elementary – District Champs – UIL Academics
Brock Elementary competed in the District UIL Academic contest December 5th. The Elementary team won 1st place overall with a combined score of 484.90 points to claim the District title over teams from Eastland, Peaster, Cisco, Tolar and Breckenridge. To see a complete breakdown of individual results click on the link below.
Brock Volleyball Completes Outstanding Season
Region I Finalists!
The Brock Lady Eagle Volleyball Team capped a great season with an appearance in the Region I Final. In their playoff run the Lady Eagles defeated Holliday, Comanche, Colorado City, and Shallowater before losing to Boyd in the regional final. Congratulations to the Lady Eagles on an outstanding season!
Brock Cross Country Runners Complete Outstanding Year
The Brock Cross Country season culminated with an appearance at the State Meet in Round Rock by Kylee Laverty for the girls and Luke Hamilton for the boys. Both boys and girls teams were District 7-3A Champs and both teams competed well at the Region I meet in Lubbock. Congratulations to both teams on an outstanding season.
Brock Marching Band Competes In The Area Competition
This has been a year of firsts for the Brock High School Marching Band. For the first time in school history the Brock Band advanced to the area level. While at the area level, the Band advanced to the finals and placed only 5 spots away from advancing to the state level. Previously the Brock High School Band competed in the Region 30 UIL marching competition and was unanimously voted by the judges to advance to the Area round. The band received all 1's. Brock was one of only two bands to be selected to advance out of the entire region. Congratulations to all Band Members and Coaches!