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Weekly Announcements March 5 – March 9

  • Come see Legacy Theatre’s annual One Act Play, “Silent Sky” by Lauren Gunderson. The show tells the true story of Henrietta Leavitt – a female astronomer in early 20th Century America. The Public performance of Silent Sky will be one night only! Mar. 5 at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the Legacy PAC. Admission is free.
  • SAGU (Southwestern Assemblies of God University) will be on campus to speak with any interested students during all lunches on Mar. 6.
  • Please join us in the Legacy gym for FCA game night on Mar. 6 at 6 p.m. for pizza and dodgeball. We will have a guest speaker as well. Join us in the fun any student at Legacy is welcome.
  • The deadline for the Six Flags trip has been pushed back to Mar. 9 for all you procrastinators who haven’t turned in your permission forms or had to wait until payday. This will be the final deadline. The trip includes park admission, a photo voucher, a meal voucher and a drink and costs only $48.50. The trip is a school-related absence and doesn’t count against exemptions. You get to hang with your friends and have a good time during a school day. Bring those forms in to Ms. Anderson or Mrs. Pena as quickly as you can.
  • Students: Please join us after school in the library on Mar. 5 for our Faculty Read-Aloud. Mr. Cousins and Mrs. Arambula will share excerpts from “The Color of Water”, as James McBride, son of a Jewish mother and a Black Father, and then raised by a stepfather, explores the question: What is family? Snacks will be provided for the 1st 50 students to arrive. Time can be used for extra credit or make-up hours upon teacher or AP approval. Make plans to attend.
  • On Feb. 24, the Legacy High School Silver Elite Show Choir competed at the Lone Star Show Choir Invitational in Keller.  Silver Elite advanced to the finals of the competition and was awarded 5th Runner Up following their finals performance.  In addition, Hannah Morris was awarded the medal for Best Female Soloist.  Congratulations to Hannah and the Silver Elite Show Choir.
  • The JROTC Battalion competed in the 2018 Tarleton State University ROTC Drill Competition this past Saturday and these are the results:

    Female Color Guard- 1st Place Regulation Drill

    1st Place Inspection Phase

    1st Place Overall Color Guard Division

    Male Color Guard-  2nd Place Regulation Drill

    2nd Place Inspection Drill

    3rd Place Overall Color Guard Division

    Armed Drill-   1st Place Regulation Drill

    1st Place Inspection Phase

    Unarmed Drill- 1st Place Regulation Drill

    1st Place Inspection Phase

    Overall Knock-Out Drill Champion- 1st Place (Solomon Davis)