Saturday, July 4, 2015
1012 C Street  •  Floresville, TX 78114  •  Phone: 830-216-4519  •  Fax: 830-393-3219  • 

WCN Site Search


Lost & Found


VideoLost: Cat in Floresville, end of Sutherland Springs Rd., wearing blue flea collar, grey and cream with tabby stripes, my little boy is worried about me. Call 210-216-9634 or 830-393-8496. 
$500 cash reward for the return or information that leads to the return of missing bull, registered polled Hereford with tattoo ID# Z203, distinctive marks on head, yellow tag in right ear, "D" brand on right hip, missing from Hwy. 119 and C.R. 454 intersection. Call Patrick Danysh, 210-827-9331.

VideoLost Dog:She is a 14 yr old female blue healer/corgi mix. Last seen on 4th st near Eagle Wrecker. If seen please call 8172435617
More Lost & Found ads ›

Help Wanted

Help wanted, skills needed: cement, plasterer, welder, fence construction. Call 210-771-5255.
Caregivers needed. Call 830-431-2389. 
More Help Wanted ads ›

Featured Videos





Video Vault ›
You’ve been granted free access to this subscribers only article.

South Texas Living


Poth Page: Poth excels in UIL academic meets




E-Mail this Story to a Friend
Print this Story
Andy Peters
Superintendent, Poth ISD
February 22, 2012 | 2,025 views | Post a comment

Last month, I wrote about the outstanding success of our junior high students at the UIL academic meet. This month, I can continue the good news about the Poth students from elementary to high school.

Poth Elementary was the host to the District UIL meet. Melissa Poth, fourth-grade teacher, organized the meet. She does a terrific job at coordinating and motivating the entire staff and student body to participate in UIL Academics. Poth Elementary kept the first-place award at home as their students earned many awards, including:

Second grade -- Hunter Dziuk, fifth place, creative writing; and Trinity Hoover, fourth, storytelling.

Third grade -- Jordan Lyssy and Levi Wiatrek, second, and Jeralyn Wiatrek, fourth, music memory; Jeralyn Wiatrek, second, ready writing; Cooper Conn, first, Jordan Lyssy, second, and Abbagaille Herber, sixth, spelling; and Jeralyn Wiatrek, third, storytelling.

Fourth grade -- Faith Canales, second, Catherine Henke, third, Kyrah Luna, fourth, art smart; Miles Korzekwa, Trace Harris, and Faith Canales, all tied for first, Laney Gorzell, third, Aaron Antuna, fifth, music memory.

Connor West and Dane Dylla, first, Blake Moody, third, number sense; Elijah Nelson, first, Preston Dallmeyer, sixth, oral reading; Connor West, first, Kyrah Luna, second, John Pruski, sixth, ready writing; and Blake Moody, Miles Korzekwa, and Brianna Guevara, first, spelling.

Fifth grade -- Makayla Miller and Chelsea Kruse, first, Alyssa Canales, fourth, art smart; Jacob Alexander, fourth, Andrew Gonzales, fifth, dictionary skills; Koltan Cherry, first, listening; and Jhett George, first, Logan Orr, sixth, maps, graphs, and charts.

Mitchell Marquart, fourth, Armando Guevara, fifth, Caleb McKinney, sixth, music memory; Andrew Gonzales, first, Emma Johnson, third, number sense; Brock Kerby, second, Emma Johnson, fourth, oral reading; Makayla Knapp-Miller, first, Emma Johnson, fourth, ready writing; Phaidra Malcher, first, Jhett George second, and Koltan Cherry, third, social studies; and Makayla Miller, third, Madelyn Palacios, sixth, spelling.

High school

Under the direction of Lisa Theuret, English-language arts teacher at Poth High School, and the entire high school staff, Poth High hosted its Poth Invitational Academic and Speech Meet. Fourteen schools were represented at the two-day meet that is a warmup for the district meet later this spring. Poth High School took first place in the academic meet.

Here is a complete list of Poth winners:

Seth Dunn, first, Kelli Kolodziej, third, number sense; Kayleigh Wauters, fourth, calculator applications; Clay Rotter, first, Kenya Barrientos, second, Jake Sekula, fourth, and Rosa Rosales, fifth, current events.

Cody Soto, third, news writing; Claire Raabe, sixth, ready writing; Heather Meyer, second, Molly Jarzombek, fifth, editorial writing; Heather Meyer, first, Clay Rotter, third, Spencer Flieller, sixth, headline writing; Kayleigh Wauters, first, and Drew Dylla and Heather Rocha, tied, fifth, accounting; Jessica Dzuik, first, Heather Meyer, second, Karla Gomez, fourth, and Jared Golub, fifth, spelling; Kenya Barrientos, first, Whitney Lynch, second, Craig Kilgore, third, and Claire Raabe, fourth, literary criticism.

Brandon Darr, second, and Kyle Jiral, fourth, science; Brandon Darr, top physics award; Zachary Friesenhahn, fourth, Kenya Barrientos, fifth, and Audrey Raabe, sixth, social studies; Rhiannon Nelson, fifth, prose; Rosa Rosales, fourth, and Claire Dallmeyer, fifth, informative speaking; and Kayleigh Wauters and Whitney Lynch, third, CX debate.

Congratulations to all of these fine students and their coaches.

Andy Peters is the superintendent of the Poth Independent School District.
 

Your Opinions and Comments


Be the first to comment on this story!


You must be logged in to post a comment.




Not a subscriber?
Subscriber, but no password?
Forgot password?

South Texas Living Archives