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Yearbook Sales

Yearbook Sales

Buy your yearbook now through May 17 for $50! After May 17th, price will be $55. Yearbooks may be ordered online at http://bit.ly/gowildcats or in person at each......

UIL Concert and Sight Reading Contest

UIL Concert and Sight Reading Contest

Wildcat Band pulls off another spectacular performance at UIL Concert and Sight Reading contest today and secures for the second year in a row......SWEEPSTAKES! Way to go......

One-Act Play Advances to Bi-District

One-Act Play Advances to Bi-District

Big Sandy One-Act Play ADVANCES to Bi-District! We are so proud of them! Superlative awards: Katie Parker- Best Actress Emma Eckeberger- All Star Cast ......

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Jay Ratcliff , 4 days ago

Attention: Tomorrow, Thursday, April 18th, is a Double Day, and that means an Early Release Day for our students, at 12:18 pm. Good Friday, April 19th, is a School Holiday, so enjoy your long Easter Weekend! We will resume classes on Monday, April 22nd, at normal time! Go Wildcats!

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Jay Ratcliff , 4 days ago

Blood drive today from 9:00 to 1:00, in the Main Gym Foyer. Come give blood and help save lives through your blood donation(s). Go Wildcats!

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Jay Ratcliff , 6 days ago

Attention: Due to recent inclement weather and lightning strike(s), the light poles adjacent to the tennis courts are in disrepair. There are also large pieces of lighting on top of the poles that are simply dangling with wire. We direct all school functions to stay off of the field and tennis courts at this point, as we are requesting that Swepco come take down the poles. We will keep you updated as to when the field and tennis courts are safe to use. Thank you for attention.

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Jay Ratcliff , 11 days ago

Big Sandy Community: We have worked with Law Enforcement all day today, including the Upshur County Sheriff’s Department, the Big Sandy Police Department, the Longview Cybercrime Unit, the FBI, and the Texas Rangers. Law Enforcement has identified persons of interest that may have created and shared a fake Snap Chat post, in which, Big Sandy was threatened. The investigation remains open and will continue until the person or persons responsible are fully identified and brought to justice. Social media threats are all too common nowadays, but we will always take them very seriously. Law Enforcement and the School District believe strongly that we are safe to open our school district tomorrow, Thursday, April 11th, at normal time. As an added safety precaution, we will have a Law Enforcement presence on campus, to ensure safety and security within all of our facilities. Parents and Guardians, please talk with your student(s) about the negative use of social media and the potential panic that can be caused by such a short message. We thank you for your patience during this time of investigation. We also thank the students and parents that reached out to us to inform us of the threat that was posted on the fake Snap Chat post. We also apologize for such a late cancellation of school last night. We know how much of an inconvenience this could have caused for each of you today.

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