Brock ISD Director of Maintenance Burt Green Recognized for Outstanding Service
Brock ISD Director of Maintenance, Burt Green, was recognized for outstanding service to the district during the Brock ISD Spotlight segment of the September 10th, school board meeting. Mr. Green, a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard, was instrumental in helping facilitate the summer remodeling projects of the current Junior High and Intermediate campuses. Mr. Green is HVAC certified and was hired by the Brock ISD maintenance department in November 2002, to oversee maintenance and repair of the district’s HVAC systems. The following year Green was promoted to Director of Maintenance, a position he holds today. Green is always willing to provide assistance where needed. He drives a school bus in emergency situations, he is certified to oversee the District’s waste management system, and has even served as a Captain to members of the Brock High School fishing team, helping former Brock students Ethan Tepera and Mclain Rutkowski, reach the state fishing tournament.
Brock ISD is Officially a Four Campus District
Brock ISD held a grand opening ceremony for its new elementary campus this evening. The project was part of an $18,000,000.00 bond package approved by voters in November 2016. At a total cost of $15,500,000.00 and 64,619 square feet of floor space, the new building will serve grades Pre-K through grade 2 and has a total capacity of 450 students. With the completion of the new elementary, Brock ISD is now officially a four-campus district. The other three campuses are Brock Intermediate School (grades 3-6), Brock Junior High (grades 7 and 8), and Brock High School (grades 9-12). As a part of the bond package, the Junior High and Intermediate (formerly the elementary) campuses were remodeled and updated.
Brock ISD Wins 5th Lone Star Cup Championship in 10 Years
In a year that saw all Brock athletic teams advance to, at a minimum, the regional finals and enjoy unprecedented success in band and UIL Academics, Brock ISD claimed its 5th Lone Star Cup trophy in 10 years. Brock previously won in back to back years twice – 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 and again in 2014-2015 and 2105-2016. As defined on the UIL website, the UIL Lone Star Cup is awarded annually to six high schools, one in each of the six UIL classifications (1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A and 6A), based on their team performance in district and state championships. The winning schools in each classification will receive the UIL Lone Star Cup trophy and a $1,000 scholarship, also presented by the UIL. Congratulations to all players, band members, UIL Academic participants, coaches and staff on this outstanding achievement!
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