Here it is that time of year when we are busy planning our Third Annual Field of Revival (F.O.R.)! We are totally excited. It looks like we will be having
Ranger City Manager/ Chief of Police Chad Roberts gave Ranger Lions Club members an update on city business Thursday. The update included a very good annual audit report from Cameron
Teacher of the Month: Mrs. Christy Lucky
Mrs. Christy Lucky is the Ranger MS/HS Teacher of the Month for March. She is currently in her 13th year with Ranger ISD and her 6th year teaching Family and Consumer Sciences at the high school. She graduated from Tarleton State University with a Bachelors of Science degree with concentrations in FCS and psychology. Mrs. Lucky enjoys spending time with her family, reading, sewing/pinteresting,
Ranger I.S.D.’s One Act Play presented “12 Angry Jurors” on Thursday March the 7th and was able to walk off after their performance with a ticket to Bi-District. The advancing to Bi-District is the first for the group of thespians and their first year director Andrew Hertel. The energetic ensemble executed their play excellently and electrified the auditorium for just under forty minutes. The cast and crew through due diligence delivered their lines with the emotion and emphasis needed as well as having the comedic timing for their drama to have the levity for an audience to feel a wide range of emotions. Through their hard work and dedication over the past few months the entire cast took the audiences collective breath away with their performance. Several members of the ensemble were recognized with awards for their individual performance including Graciela Gonzalez and Sawyer Barron named to Honorable mention All-Star cast, Allison Wilcoxen and Ethan Gonzalez named All-Star Cast, and Preston Romanstine taking the Best Actor award. The group of actors are not resting on their laurels though and have been hard at work to keep their play sharp and honing their skills for their next performance was held March 23rd at the Cisco Junior College Auditorium.
: Ms. Rodgers
Kira Rodgers is the Ranger High School Senior of the Month for March. Kira is the daughter of Roy and Wendy Rodgers. She has attended Ranger for all 14 years. Kira is actively involved in Band, Church and Church Camp. Kira enjoys being a mentor and helping younger students build self-confidence. She loves playing the xylophone, singing and is a very talented artist. Following graduation Kira plans to work at the Big Country Baptist Assembly again this summer and then attend Cisco College in the fall where she has received a scholarship for Band.
Veronica Lopez 1st Runner Up in Ms. Wheelchair Texas Competition
Edith (Edy) Ann Baker, 86, passed away in hospice care in Athens, TX on March 7, 2019 due to Parkinson’s disease.
Ranger-Johnny M. Vasquez, 73, passed from this life to the next on Friday, March 22, 2019 in Temple.