Ladycat softball team recognized by trustees

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BCISD Board of Trustees Celebration of Excellence honors 2015 varsity softball team members. Front row: Abigail Torres, Maliyah Griggs, Paitan Hassell, Taylor MacKenzie, Hannah Eidlebach and Cheyenne Trevino. Back Row: Drew Gonzales, Gabriella Garza, Harmony Santoya, McKayla Brown and Amy Bertsch. Not pictured are Samantha Thomas, Melissa Bullock, Bailey Nichols, Corrie Lopez, Juliet Galvan..

   The 2015 BCHS varsity softball team was recognized with Celebration of Excellence honors by the BCISD school board Monday night.
   Sixteen girls received medals and awards for being the team with the second-highest GPA in the U.S. for the second year in a row by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.
   Each Ladycat also was awarded the NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete award by the coaches association.
   To qualify for this award, athletes must have at least a 3.5 out of a 4.0 GPA.
   Trustees voted on and approved Budget Amendment #12 to fund contracting with North Star Recovery to clean the HVAC units and ducts at Tenie Holes and Linnie Roberts elementary campuses.
   “I’ve been reporting to the board that we have bene having some air quality problems reported by Holmes, primarily,” said Superintendent Keith Brown.

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