Posted: August 26, 2022 / 4:10 PM CDT
Updated: August 26, 2022 / 5:25 PM CDT
HARLINGEN, Texas (ValleyCentral) – With high school football starting this week – we’re launching a Cheerleading Challenge.
Each week we will select a cheer squad and give them the opportunity to show their school spirit at a local business.
Today, the Harlingen South cheerleaders got to spread some school spirit before Friday night’s Bird Bowl.
They used pennants, decorated the windows, and posted signs throughout the Charlie Clark Nissan dealership in Harlingen.
At the end of the regular football season will be able to vote for the best decorations. The best decoration is the winner of our Cheerleading Challenge.
Migrants roll the dice, cross into U.S. ahead of …
Families cross into U.S. ahead of Title 42 ending
Venezuelan migrant says he will wait for clarity …
A year and a half into Operation Lone Star, here’s …
Post Pandemic Border Econ
Mexico concerned about safety of migrants near Rio …
MIGRANT REMAINS RECOVERED IN EAGLE PASS TX
What is the smell at La Jolla Cove?
It is the smell of marine animal feces produced by hundreds of nearby animals resting on the rocks: pelicans, cormorants and, most prominently, sea lions. On the same subject : A 3-year-old girl with terminal cancer gets a special night with Eagles players.
How many schools does Comal ISD have?
Welcome to Comal ISD! Academics, fine arts, athletics and citizenship are emphasized at the 32 campuses located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. On the same subject : Cheers to the Timberwolves Cheerleaders | Sport | goldendalesentinel.com.
How big is Comal ISD? At 589 square miles, Comal ISD is one of the largest school districts geographically in the state of Texas. The District’s boundaries encompass all of Comal County, as well as parts of Bexar, Guadalupe, Hays and Kendall counties. A total of 10 communities are part of Comal ISD.
How many high schools does Comal ISD have? With four traditional high schools, one under construction, and two early college high schools, Comal ISD offers students traditional academic and extracurricular courses as well as non-traditional ones such as entrepreneurship, construction, culinary arts, agriculture, ROTC and more.