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Homecoming Court  
Front row L to R: Alejandra Ramirez, Litzy Patino, and Niurka Valente
Back Row L to R: Didier Serrano, Samuel Carillo, and Devin Williams
Not pictured are Lessete Cruz and Gaven Fife

L to R: Conlee Zachry, Karen Trejo, Elizabeth Lockett
Photos by John Whitten


Contact: Kelly Cowan

MPHS 2020 Homecoming Court

MPHS announces the members of the 2020 MPHS Homecoming Court. 

Homecoming Queen nominees are Lessete Cruz, Litzy Patino, Alejandra Ramirez, and Niurka Valente. Nominees for Homecoming King include Samuel Carillo, Gaven Fife, Didier Serrano, and Devin Williams. The Homecoming King and Queen will be announced during pregame at the MPHS Tigers vs. Hallsville game on Friday (Nov 13). Pregame begins at 7:00 pm0.

This year’s Football Sweethearts are Karen Trejo (Varsity), Elizabeth Lockett (JV), and Conlee Zachry (Freshman). Members of the respective football teams select the Sweethearts and present them during Friday night’s pregame festivities.

L to R: MaKayla Houchin, Ethan Easley, Sara Phillips, Sam Brown

Contact: Kelly Cowan

MPHS FFA students advance to the area contest

The Mount Pleasant chapter of FFA competed at the Paris District Leadership Development Event (LDE) held at Northeast Texas Community College on Friday, November 6.

The Ag Skills team of senior MaKayla Houchin, juniors Sam Brown and Sara Phillips, and sophomore Ethan Easley took 1st place and advanced to the next round. In Ag Skills, a team of 3-5 members performs an actual demonstration of an agricultural skill using effective public speaking and communication methods. The MPHS team demonstrated how to secure a tractor to a trailer for safe transportation. The students described how weight distribution and placement of the tractor play roles in safety. The students also explained the necessary tools used to complete the job.

“Having a team advance to the area is a huge accomplishment due to the strong competition in our area,” said Blake Rice, MPHS Ag Science Coordinator. “We are extremely proud of our team and the work they put forth.”

The area competition will be held in Marshall at Texas State Technical College on November 19.


P.E. Wallace Middle School

Second Six weeks “A” Honor Roll

Fifth Grade:  Stella Arzate, Aileen Badillo, Jayden Baker, Michelle Bautista, Leonardo Beltran, Maria Beltran Regalado, Caleb Carr, Samuel Carroll, Homero Castillo DeLaTorre, Emily Crabb, Charisma Crabtree, Yair Cruz, Angeles Delacruz, Lincoln Dyke, Trisha Easley, George Fite IV, Fabiola Garcia, Blakely Garrett, Nancy Gil, Jose Gonzalez, Hailey Guzman, Anderson Hernandez-Martinez, Antonio Howard, Kennedy Jones, Jose Juarez, Kodi Laster, Bradon Lowry, Joseluis Macareno, Tenley Marshall, Ivan Martinez, Yolette Mata, Noah McMinn, Leslie Morones, Yadira Perez Jacobo, Yaretzi Prado, Daxton Price, Anthony Quinonez, Angela Ramirez Moreno, Valerie Rodarte, Riley Rosewell, Orlando Sanchez, Kolter Silman, Yaretzi Vazquez, Valeria Vera Cortez, Joel Villegas, Aaron Waldrep.

Sixth Grade:  Adriel Bagsic, Dalia Balderas, Stephanie Barrientos, David Bautista, Carson Bell, Sophia Clubb, Zoei Craig, Drew Cross, Ashley Flores, Jalynn Forsyth, Monserrat Gonzalez, Pilar Gonzalez, Isaac Hernandez, Kenlee Jaggers, Caydon Johnson, Conley Johnson, Daniel Kimbrough, Aloani Laboy Camacho, Thi Luong, Aileen Martinez, Melany Morales, Cooper Rider, Andi Sandoval, Moralez, Edgar Vasquez, Patience Waggoner, Ty’ree William, Maggie Wilson.