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VideoMarma went missing near FM427/CR537. F/Terrier mix/30lbs/Orange/Red medium length fur. Can be extremely shy- please call or text 210-440-3889 if seen.
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ART CONTEST WINNERS!




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Floresville Middle School teachers Mrs. Smith (left) and Mrs. Speer (right) join students (from left) Alejandro Ortiz, Chris Childers, Yesenia Gonzalez, Ritz Rocha, Macy Stuart, Dyandra Extrada, Anthony Pinto, Gabriel Petri, Nadia Fernandez, Lorean Lopez, Ashley Yosko, Tiffani Dillon, and Lizzy Blackstock as they show the medals they won April 2 at the Junior VASE contest at Rawlinson Middle School. Students Mirella Hernandez, Jacob Sanchez, Victoria Garza, Callie Baker, and Emily Cude also participated. There were two levels of competition for the students' art work. In the first round, any student who received a "4" got a medal. Floresville had 17 students who received a "4" in the first round of judging. Then all of the "4's" were graded again and any student who got a second "4" received the silver medallion award. Five of the Floresville students reached the silver medallion level. Teachers Mrs. Speer and Mrs. Smith are very proud of the students’ hard work this year.
 

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