Your 2018 Lady Lion Softball team are Regional Semifinals CHAMPS and have advanced on to the Regional FINALS playing just 1 game!!! Be sure to congratulate them!
Softball Playoff Game info:
District 14-3A New Boston Lady Lions vs District 14-3A Hughes Springs Lady Mustangs
When/Where: Thursday, May 24th at 7:30pm at Northeast Texas Community College in Mount Pleasant, Tx.
Admission: $5 for adults and $3 for students
ALL passes are accepted.
Come early! Yell loud!
Thank you all for your continued support!
Congratulations to Makenzie Newton for winning first place in the Area VI Soil Stewardship Speaking Contest this morning in Mt. Pleasant! We are very proud of you!
There will be a candle light vigil in memory of NBHS senior, Myranda Finley, Tuesday, May 15th at 8:30 p.m. at NBHS football field.
Congratulations to Chloe Davis who placed in the top 10 in the High Jump of the State Track & Field Meet. We are so proud of you, Chloe!!!
Congratulations to the Lady Lions who beat New Diana in the second game of the series! They are moving on to the Regional Semi-Finals!!! It's a great day to be a LION!!!
President - Emily Green
Vice President - Denton Tutt
Secretary - Aaron Strom
Treasurer - Maddie Johnson
Reporter - Julie Shirley
Sentinel - Katelyn Derrick Not pictured
Congratulations to these awesome high school graduating seniors that have been awarded the Texarkana College Presidential Scholarship. We are proud of all of you and looking forward to all that choose to accept and attend Fall 2018! Hard Work does pay off!
And a huge thank you to the Texarkana College Foundation for making this happen. We still have two million to go to get to ten million in the Texarkana College Foundation to ensure that we can continue offering these wonderful scholarships.
NBHS and the NB Education Foundation honored our Top Ten Graduates and their Teachers of Influence at the Academic Excellence Banquet tonight. Congratulations to these amazing students and teachers!!!
New Boston Lions are the Bi- District Champions!! Our guys are moving on to the second round after defeating Paris Chisum, 4-3, in game 2. It's a great day to be a LION!!!
Congratulations to the Lady Lions who are the Area Champions!!! They defeated Harmony in the 2nd game, 7-3. On to the next round, ladies!
Celebrating the accomplishments of our Military Stride With Pride Band. The trophies shown are what our Seniors have earned since they were freshman. Our band has won 29 consecutive Sweepstakes!!! Go Band!
Bowie's Best Special Olympic team brought home 22 medals, 13 gold, 8 silver and 2 bronze, from the Area 10 Special Olympic Summer Games held last Friday and Saturday at Lucas Lovejoy High School, Lucas, Texas. The team will advance to the Texas State Special Olympic Summer Games May 24-27 at the University of Texas, Arlington The 35 member Bowie Best team earned a total of 72 medals, 29, gold; 30 silver; and 13 bronze.
Congratulations to sophomore, Chloe Davis, who placed 2nd at Regional Track with a height of 5'4". Chloe is advancing to the state competition in the High Jump!!! It is a Great Day to be a Lion!
Congratulations to the NBHS Theatrical Design Team -Marissa Morgan, Blaine Austin, McKenzie Mitchell, and Marilyn Ray. They are the silver medalists at the state competition. Way to go!!!
Congrats to our Lady Lions and Lions! Lady Lions placed 2nd in the Area track meet and the following advanced to the Regional Track Meet in Whitehouse:
4x1 Lagloria Campbell, Haley McAlexander, Morgan McAlexander and Carleigh Reeves
4x2 Grace Duffer, Haley McAlexander, Morgan Mcalexander and Carleigh Reeves
High jump: Chloe Davis
Triple jump: Haley McAlexander and Morgan McAlexander
100 Hurdles: Chloe Davis
200 meter dash: Haley McAlexander
100 meter dash: Treycen Thomas
Shot Put: Aaron Hill
200 m dash: Sam Sanchez
4x4 Relay: Braden Grider, Kyler Murphy, Deaundrea Robinson and Sam Sanchez
Good Luck to all these athletes as they move on to Regionals! Proud to be a Lion!!
Congratulations to seniors, Morgan Barfield and Hannah Neshyba, for winning their match at the Regional Tennis Meet in Tyler. They are advancing to the Quarterfinals. It's a great day to be a New Boston Lion.!!!
Head Majorette - Savanna Ward
Senior Majorette - Damond Clark
Junior Majorette - Emily Green and Jenna Harkins
Sophomore Majorette - Kennedy Tucker and Jade Parker
Congratulations to the NB Tennis team! Hannah Neshyba and Morgan Barfield placed first in girls' doubles and will advance to Regionals.
Noah Lima and Haylee Stephens placed 3rd in mixed doubles. Hannah Ratcliff placed 3rd in girls' singles
Congratulations to senior, Makenzie Newton, for passing her Certified Veterinary Assistant's certification exam! We are so proud of her!!
Morgan Barfield and Katelyn Thompson earned the top two spots at the district golf meet today, and the girls team placed third overall. Morgan and Katelyn will advance to the Regional Golf meet. Way to go, ladies!!!
The NBHS Forestry team placed 6th at the area meet on Tuesday. We also had the Area's highest scoring individual - Claire Sissons with a score of 88 out of a possible 100. Jacob Sanders was the 6th high scoring individual with a score of 80. The Forage team placed 5th out of 16 teams.
In a 5-3 victory over the lady hornests, the lady lions bring home the win! Way to go Lady Lions!!!
Congratulations to Stancio Battles for his winning 4th place in the State meet. It's great to be a Lion!!!
Congratulations to Mr. Owens and our students who won 1st place Literary Criticism Team District 14 3A
Congratulations to the New Boston Lions baseball team who are now 7-0 in district play after defeating Redwater tonight. Way to go guys!!
Congratulations to our NB Fishing Team who made a good showing at the latest fishing tournament! Great job guys!
NBHS's very own Lagloria Campbell placed 9th in state at the Girls' Powerlifting Meet with a total weight of 780 lbs. Congratulations, Lagloria; you've made us proud!!!
Congratulations to the NBHS Ag Mechanics group for coming away from The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo in the Blue Ribbon Group! Special Congratulations go to seniors, Bryce Green and Jacob Bobbitt, on finishing their Mechanics career on a high note
Another proud moment for Makenzie Newton. She placed 10th in her class of 76 animals and made the sale at the Houston Livestock Show. We are all extremely proud of her! Not a bad way to end her FFA Showing career! Congratulations, Makenzie!!!
Congratulations to the NBHS Band. They made straight 1s and earned their 29th consecutive sweepstake. We are so proud of our band members and their directors!
Congratulations to the NBHS One Act Play who performed at District competition today. We were selected as the Alternate to Bi-District. Marissa Morgan received Honorable Mention All-Star Cast and Blaine Austin received a tech award. Our students are amazing.
Congratulations to our Lady Lion powerlifters. Lagloria Campbell and Lainie Griffith competed at the Regional Tournament in Fairfield on Saturday. Lainie placed 8th in her division and Lagloria placed 4th and qualified for state! We are so proud of these young ladies!!!
Congratulations to our NBHS students who participated in the TXDOT Project Graduation 2018 Traffic Safety Public Service Announcement Competition. Their video placed first, out of 13 other schools that participated, and they won $1500 for After Prom activities. It's a great day to be a lion!!!
TXDOT Project Graduation video https://youtu.be/1b4jK35_Scg
There were several students who competed in VASE over the weekend. Annie Arrington, Hanna Neshyba, Claire Sissons and Zach Warren all received a rating of 4, the highest score possible before advancing to state competition. Hannah also received a rating of 3 on her 2nd piece.
These are our 2018-2019 NBHS Cheerleaders and Mascot:
Mr. Owens won the Vyve Teacher of the Month award for November. Mr. Owens received a Gold Apple trophy and also won the monthly Ipad Mini winner. Vyve Teacher of the Month gives students and parents the opportunity to recognize the outstanding educators who make a difference in the future generations of our communities.
Congratulations to the NBHS debate teams. Jackson and Samuel Martin placed first at the district meet and Ben Willis and Mckenzie Mitchell placed second. Both teams will advance to the state competition!!!
Congratulations to the Lions JV Basketball team for winning the consolation bracket at the Hooks Tournament.
Congratulations to the NB powerlifting teams. Lagloria Campbell and Lainie Griffith both finished 1st in their divisions and placed 3rd overall as a team. Stancio Battles placed 2nd in his division, Aaron Hill placed 3rd in his division, and Cade Fant and Logan Smith placed 5th in their divisions. It's a great day to be a Lion!!!
Lanie Griffith 5th place medal!
New Boston ISD would like to announce our partnership with CrisiGO, to allow for anonymous reporting for our students and faculty.
Safe2SpeakUP can be download for either Apple iPhones or Android phones. Every student will be given access to this reporting tool and we will be keeping a link to the web form on all our campus web pages. At New Boston ISD we remain committed to doing our best to provide a safe learning environment for our students.
New Boston Military Stride with Pride NBHS Band finished in 8th place at the 3A UIL State Championship. Congratulations to the Directors and students! You are Champions!
Congratulations to the following who placed in UIL Congress
1st - Chapel Hill - Nathan Scolario
2nd - New Boston - Jackson Martin - going to state
3rd - New Boston - Mason Reid - going to state
4th - Hooks - Cade Hicks - alternate to state
5th - New Boston - Sam Martin - alternate to state
6th - Hooks - Bryce Baird
7th - New Boston - Hudson Raney
8th - New Boston - Ben Willis
Congrats to Hudson Raney for receiving the Outstanding Presiding Officer gavel for 3A Chamber.
This afternoon, at UIL Marching Contest, the Military Stride with pride earned 1st Degree ratings. The
Band will now work towards their 29th Sweepstake prize as soon as Concert season begins. They will be traveling to
SFA this weekend to compete in Area Competition. Congratulations Mr. Landry, band directors, and students on an excellent job well done!
The band earned 1st Division ratings from all 5 judges at the Pinetree Contest Saturday, finished 2nd overall in class 3A (by a very narrow margin; less than 50 pts out of a possible 1200), the highest rated Military Marching Band in our class.
NBHS Student Council is sponsoring a blood drive on Friday, October 6. Please come donate to help us reach our goal of 125 units and work towards a $750 scholarship for one of our students.
NBHS Student Council sponsored a water drive throughout all NBISD campuses to collect water to send for Hurricane Harvey relief. The Salvation Army collected the final cases today. Total collection was 293 cases of 35 bottles and 9 gallons of water. Pictured with the Salvation Army rep is Stuco president, Mason Reid and Senior representative and drive organizer, Angel Evans. Great job, NBISD students!!!