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CY FAIR ISD

February 10, 2011 by · Comments Off on CY FAIR ISD 

CY FAIR ISD, The Cypress Creek High School boys and Cypress Ridge High School girls fight teams won their District 21 meet, held Saturday at Cypress Ridge High School.

Cypress Creek won its first boys meet with 277.5 points followed by Cy-Fair and Cypress Woods 236.5 to 220. To complete the boys’ teams were Langham Creek (170.5), Cypress Ridge (145) Cypress Lakes (120), Cypress Ranch (109), Cypress Springs (102), Cypress Falls (60) and Jersey Village (25).

The Cypress Ridge girl’s team won its ninth team championship in a row with 175 points total. Langham Creek was second with 124 and Cypress Creek was third with 103. For complete classification of girls’ team were Cypress Woods (60), Cypress Falls (53), Jersey Village (52), Cypress Springs (51), Cy-Fair (46), Cypress Lakes (45) and Cypress Ranch (36).

The following wrestlers qualified for the Region III meet, which will be held Friday and Saturday, Feb. 11-12, at the Merrell Center (6301 S. Lane Stadium) in Katy:

Boys
Weight
Name
The school

103
Joe McAleavey
Cypress Creek

103
Blake Hughes
Langham Creek

112
DeShaun Haynes
Cypress Lakes

112
Jose Gonzales
Cypress Ridge

119
Kevin Bonilla
Cypress Woods

119
Jeremy Long
Cypress Creek

125
Zach Reese
Cy-Fair

125
Ricky summers
Cypress Creek

130
Samhan Dakota
Cypress Woods

130
Victor Caldron
Cypress Ridge

135
Jacob Ekster
Cy-Fair

135
Philip Alva
Cypress Woods

140
Nicholas Yapp
Cy-Fair

140
Jordan McAleavey
Cypress Creek

145
Reid Orr
Cy-Fair

145
Austin Markle
Cypress Woods

152
Antonio Martinez
Cypress Springs

152
Chris Watt
Langham Creek

160
Jonathan Pineset
Cypress Creek

160
Carnell Specks
Cy-Fair

171
Dominic Alfano
Cypress Ranch

171
Jose Gonzales
Langham Creek

180
Cody Thomas
Cy-Fair

180
Isaiah Irving
Cypress Creek

189
Leo Caesar
Cypress Creek

189
Jackson Hornbeck
Cy-Fair

215
Cody Powers
Cypress Creek

215
Seth Misley
Cypress Woods

285
George Woods
Cypress Creek

285
Gennaro Barbato
Cypress Falls

Girls
Weight
Name
The school

95
Angelica Torres
Cypress Lakes

95
Adrienne Do
Cypress Ridge

102
Gabby Long
Cypress Creek

102
Kelly Phommachanh
Langham Creek

110
Shanay Colyar
Langham Creek

110
Adriana Bolanos
Cypress Ridge

119
Diaysha Moore
Cypress Ridge

119
Alva Taylor
Cypress Woods

128
Jessica Maldonado
Cypress Ridge

128
Alexandra Kochert
Langham Creek

138
Anna McAleavey
Cypress Creek

138
Joly Velasquez
Cypress Lakes

148
Maria Garcia
Cy-Fair

148
Mikayla Mathews
Cypress Falls

165
Margaretta Addy
Langham Creek

165
Bridgette Flugence
Cypress Springs

185
Shaterica Henderson
Cypress Ridge

185
Nadia Guzman
Cypress Ranch

215
Jennifer Villalobos
Cypress Woods

215
Ashrell Batiste
Cypress Ridge

Source: http://www.thecypresstimes.com/article/Sports/High_School/CY_CREEK_BOYS_CY_RIDGE_GIRLS_WIN_DISTRICT_WRESTLING_TITLES/40142

CFISD

February 10, 2011 by · Comments Off on CFISD 

CFISD, The Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District is seeking sealed bids from insurance companies for a one-year contract to insure property in the district. Under the proposal process, Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, inviting interested companies to visit and review the measures to prevent losses in 11 district high schools, 17 secondary schools and 52 elementary schools.

In its tender, the district describes itself as more and more “at a rapid pace, adding new schools every year.” If awarded, the contract of property insurance will begin on April 1. The District will base its choice on the terms and conditions of the proposed policy, the financial rating of insurance company underwriting, experience and history of service and compliance with the format of the basic proposal.

The deadline for nominations is February 24. For more information about the bidding process, download a form cfisd.net / or call 281-897-4576 bids.htm.

Source: http://www.ultimatecyfair.com/stories/231686-cy-fair-isd-seeks-contractor-for-property-insurance

Humble ISD

February 3, 2011 by · Comments Off on Humble ISD 

Humble ISD, Alief ISD all after school activities canceled.

ALVIN ISD: all after school activities canceled Thursday

AMIGOS POR VIDA Charter School: Early dismissal today at 1:30 p.m.

Closed Thursday and Friday: Anahuac ISD

Angleton ISD: Early dismissal, two hours earlier today. All after school activities canceled.

BARBERS HILL ISD closed Thursday morning, high school students -11:30 pm, elementary school students – 12:30

School Bay CHRISTIAN ZONE: closing at 12:20 PM; For February 3, no more after-school care

BAYSHORE ELEMENTARY: Closing at 1:10 PMBoling DSI: The early release at noon at all campuses. From 10 pm Friday.

Brazos ISD: Closed Friday, February 4 only.

CROSBY ISD high schools and colleges close to 11:30 Thurs; campus remains at 12:30

Dallas Theological Seminary: Classes canceled Thursday

Eagle Heights Christian Academy: No custody after school on Thursday, February 3rd

East Chambers ISD: Early release 14:00 Thursday Friendswood ISD: All campuses to dismiss one hour early on Thursday, the buses run one hour earlier

Galveston ISD: Elementary schools in @ 1:15. Secondary schools to @ 2:00. Middle schools on @ 14:15. Closed Friday.

Goose Creek CISD: Closing two hours earlier. All after school activities canceled Thursday.

Closing at 2:00 p.m.: S-EX-IGHT Learning Academy HOUSTON INC.

Humble ISD: all after school activities canceled today.

Emmanuel Lutheran School: Closing at 11:30 am, Thursday, Friday No school n school day care after the game. Or Fri

LA PORTE ISD student to be released two hours earlier today. All activities canceled.

LAMAR CISD: Thursday early dismissal. NO ACTIVE AFTERSCHOOL

Spring Branch ISD: no extra-curricular activities Thursday

St. Stephen’s Episcopal School: Dismissal at noon on Thursday and Friday, no school

Stafford MSD: All schools dismiss following the early dismissal schedule; all extracurricular activities for Thursday and before school for Friday are canceled

SUGARGROVE Christian School: Thursday, early dismissal at 2:00 p.m., after school care canceled

MANAGEMENT SCHOOL: 2:00 p.m. Closed on n evening activitiesThe Rhodes School: closed Thursday

Trinity Lutheran School: closing the downtown Trinity Lutheran at 13 is Thursday

WESTMINSTER Christian Academy: Closed at noon on Thursday to reopen Monday

Westwood College – Houston South: Classes canceled for Thursday evening

WHARTON ISD: early dismissal at noon today. All activities canceled.

Humble ISD Livestock Show & Rodeo is expanding its musical horizon this year for a typical country and bluegrass Texas to surprise, electronic-pop.

Three men Houston, Jake Carfield, Jason Barton and Vincent Sol Campos, formed the band iDreaminstereo after discovering each other musical talents to work in the restaurant industry. All three works for the chain of Chuy’s Tex-Mex restaurants in Humble and Houston were friends first, and then discovered shared musical talent.

Carfield sings lead and is now finding there is a steep learning curve with the self-taught guitar. Barton plays guitar and does not beat back, with Sol Campos, whose roles are piano, bass and serving as manager of the group.

The three bonded over their love of music and once they found that Carfield could carry a tune, the band was set in motion. Their musical influences are broad, ranging from the Beatles to new wave as MGMT, the Postal Service and Death Cab for Cutie.

“The age of technology in the music moves quickly and we spent much time teaching us new methods and making cool sounds and music that people may have never heard before,” said Carfield.

IDreaminstereo is local, playing in restaurants and local charity events, but really hope that the reading of a large audience at the rodeo, where people may not have heard their music before, could project their group in a market larger.

The group plans to release an EP / demo of six songs in the coming months and will give more shows in 2011 throughout the Houston area.

IDreaminstereo play on Humble Rodeo BBQ Cook-off Saturday, Feb. 5. To hear some of their songs, learn more about the band or contact information, visit www.facebook.com / idreaminstereo.

Cy Fair ISD

February 3, 2011 by · Comments Off on Cy Fair ISD 

Cy Fair ISD, Power outages are throwing an interesting twist to school officials this morning that there off campus for a period of time. The Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District is the latest to announce that the campuses are open during rolling blackouts are expected to last between 15 to 30 minutes. It follows that Houston ISD is, though officials their suspect that the current is cut in two schools for reasons other than power outages. As we reported, students from Pin Oak Middle School moved to Challenge Early College High School in Houston Community College, and Kashmere High School class is held at Key East.

Klein ISD notifies parents via Twitter not to worry if they cannot get through school on the phone. This probably is a problem in other districts as well. Blame the power outages.
The rolling blackouts and extreme weather conditions across the state Wednesday forced a number of schools to close or move classes to a new location.

HISD this power to pin Oak Middle School has been restored. Children have not been moved to another location.

The power in Kashmir High School was restored and students at Key Middle School sent earlier today to return to their home campus.

HISD also said there would be no football games played Friday.

Fort Bend ISD, Alief ISD, Klein ISD and Cy-Fair ISD said the school is in session and will focus on failures to roll as they come.

Spring ISD will dismiss early due to power outages and the need to conserve energy. All schools dismiss three hours after the regular starting time. Transit buses will follow the early dismissal schedule. For more information on the exact time, contact your child’s school.

HISD

February 3, 2011 by · Comments Off on HISD 

HISD, This may mean nothing more, but in this case, the experts seem fairly confident. If the forecast holds peak hours, the evening will be bad, but tomorrow’s rush hour will be worse. Unless, of course, schools and businesses decide it’s best to keep their people at home. Seeing how the weather forecasters say we’ll all wake up to a winter landscape, which may be what is happening. We will keep you updated on school closings and other cancellations. HISD has announced no future classes, for example. (No decision yet on whether to have early dismissal today.)

Come see us, and whet your appetite for the explosion of winter with this first image, of Galveston: Belinda Crimmins was in the downward dog pose in yoga class at Westside Tennis Club, on Wednesday morning when the lights went out.

Crimmins said the windowless studio was plunged into complete darkness.

“I literally could not see two feet in front of me,” said the professor of 42 years of heights. “I could not find my shoes. I could not find my towel. We have all kinds of crawling out of there.”

Residents of the Houston area who dutifully covered plants and pipes wrapped in advance of freezing weather, this week found themselves facing blind rolling blackouts that turned off the traffic lights and unstable daily in restaurants, offices, schools and houses on Wednesday.

The blackout even took law enforcement and transportation ignore.

CenterPoint spokesman Floyd LeBlanc said the company discovered Wednesday morning that he had outside contact for days for some essential community services – such as the Houston Independent School District, Houston Police Department and the City Houston – if the officials could not have been notified as early as possible.

“It seems there have been recent retirements, though some specific contacts e-mails have changed,” LeBlanc said, without specifying the agencies involved. “This list will improve in the Future. ”

Harris County Constable Precinct 4 stations lost power three times Wednesday morning for about 45 minutes starting from 05:30, said Chief Mark Herman.

Dispatchers had to return to writing calls on paper as they came because computers were not working, “said Herman.

The enclosure scrambled to set up a command post trailer powered by a generator to keep open the shipping center.

“We just play by ear, but we take every precaution we can to ensure that all emergency calls are handled in a timely manner,” said Herman.

The Houston Fire Department rescued 30 people trapped in elevators, on Wednesday, much more than the usual average of two or three on a normal day.

Most incidents occurred between 7 and 10 hours and are believed to have been caused by rolling blackouts, officials said HFD.

Sheriff’s deputies in Harris County were busy dealing with road traffic accidents at intersections where fire had gone out, said sheriff’s spokeswoman Christina Garza.

Wednesday afternoon, members responded to 79 minor accidents and nine major accidents.

“In general this is the case whenever there is heavy rain, or in this case, power outages,” said Garza.

“If conditions continue to deteriorate – an example of ice on the roads – we simply ask people to slow down and look at all the intersections four-way stops,” she said. “And if they do not need to be there, just to stay home in their cozy, comfortable beds. ”

At Hobby Airport, four partial failures temporarily shaded parts of the terminal, but did not interfere with safety or prevent theft of taking off and landing, “said Marlene McClinton, Houston Airport System spokesman.

“In the beginning, we lost the power of the tower and some of the runway lights, but everything comes back up generator,” said McClinton. “This is not a safety issue.”

Thousands of local schoolchildren face dark, cold classrooms as power outages swept their campuses. Most schools in the Houston area remained open, but the Spring Independent School District dismissed students after three hours, saying there was a need to conserve energy.

About 30 of the 300 campuses in Houston ISD lost power during a certain period of time – with a handful to a couple of hours. Students in a school, Kashmere High, were bused to another campus nearby. As plans to move other children were in the works, the lights and heat back slowly warms buildings.

HISD spokesman Jason Spencer said the district would have appreciated a heads-up electricity companies.

“It was a difficult decision for us,” Spencer said. “If you send students home, you do not know what are the conditions that you send them home to. If the power of their school, chances are the power at home, too. ”

Some students decided not to hold on. Houston mom Kristy Martin said his 16-year-old son sent him a text message from Yates High School around 11:50; she picked him up and took him home to his grandmother.

“It is just recovering from being sick,” Martin said. “His first day back, and he had to stay outside in the cold and sitting in school in the cold.”

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