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                 A Message From Our Principal
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Welcome to Grand Saline High School!  The 2014-2015 school year is upon us and I’m looking forward to building on our successes of the 2013-2014 school year.  Grand Saline High School is a small 3A school located about 60 miles east of Dallas.  The faculty and staff at GSHS are committed to providing an academic atmosphere enabling students to recognize and desire excellence.

The Indian Spirit is something that has been passed down through generations of students that came before you.  This tradition is built on pride, honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, and work ethic.  Our goal of this campus being “exemplary” begins with you! Each of you will build relationships throughout the year that will last a lifetime.  Cherish these moments as you are living in the greatest years of your life.  Make the most of them! My personal challenge to you this school year is to live our school pledge daily.  "I pledge allegiance to Grand Saline High School and to the foundation for which it stands, one student body, guided by the principles of discipline, compassion, kindness, and academic excellence”. Each activity that you pursue this year is an opportunity to represent not only yourself, but your family, school, and community.  Remember who you are, where you come from, and what you represent.  Best wishes for a successful school year and Go Indians!

 

 

 Grand Saline FFA

 

  • Brooke Denton placed 5th in the Beef Heifer Superintendent’s Challenge. 75 seniors took a test covering forage, breeding practices, vaccines, and all things related to the cattle industry. 18 advanced to the speaking portion. They were required to give a 2 minute presentation on “how and why the breed you exhibit will benefit a commercial cattleman.” Those scores were averaged and added to the test score. They awarded 5 - $8000, 3 - $10,000, 2 - $12,000, and 1 - $16,000 scholarships. Brooke won a $10,000!!! She is the first from GS to even make the first cut. J
  • Brooke and Randy Denton became Jr Angus Directors for their breed association. They will assist as ring stewards at their state show and future major shows (San Antonio, Houston, and Fort Worth next year) and represent Texas at the National Angus show.
  • Placings:

o Casey Brown – 1st place Polled Hereford!!!

o Ellie Thomas – 1st place Simmental!!

o Luke Melton – 2nd place Santa Gertrudis (HUGE class)

o Randy Denton – 4th place Maine Anjou

o Cash Nations – 5th place Brahman

o Adam Brown – 7th place Polled Hereford

o Mason Hendrix – 6th place Beefmaster (another big class and he earned it with excellent showmanship !!!)

o Chase Reveire – 5th place Beefmaster

o Brooke Denton – 7th place Angus (Coach Wilson agreed she was robbed. The judge “lost” her and she missed a few placings, but looked fabulous in class.)

o Madison Hendrix & Taylor Nations struggled in classes of 25+ Didn’t place horrible, just middle of the road.

 

 

 





   

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