OAP Bi-District Champs

OAP advances to Regionals

Congratulations to Hondo High School UIL one-act play students who took first place at the Bi-district OAP contest on March 27 in Carrizo Springs with their production of scenes from Summer Brave by William Inge.  The group will now go on to compete at the Regional One-Act Play meet on April 14 in Gregory-Portland, marking the first time in 10 years that Hondo High School has advanced to regionals. Hondo also won best Technical Crew of the six schools competing at Bi-district, bringing home two plaques and seven individual awards.

Individual winners were Alex Mills for Outstanding Technician; and Karlie Aguilar, Daylon Fohn, Addison Gregoire, Rozlin Haynie, and Lisa Yang for All-Star Cast. These All-Star Cast students captured 5 of the 8 all-star cast awards given to the 6 schools at bi-district.  Sophomore Frank Seitz also won Best Performer at bi-district, earning two best performer awards in a row.

At the regional contest on April 14th, Hondo will be competing against seven schools in 4A Region IV, vying for one of eight spots at the State UIL One-Act Play Contest to be held in Austin from April 29-May 1. Break a leg, Hondo Owls!

FREE MEALS FOR ALL CHILDREN 18 and under VIA CURBSIDE PICK UP

Hondo ISD will continue providing curbside meals for breakfast and lunch through the National School Lunch Program Seamless Summer Option (SSO). Students will be receiving both breakfast and lunch in one pickup Monday through Friday.

Curbside Meals will be available at Woolls Intermediate School on the side of the cafeteria. Breakfast and Lunch can be picked up from 11 am to 1pm. Parent/Guardian may pick up district enrolled students meals with Student ID number(s). Children that are not enrolled with Hondo ISD, but are 18 years or younger may receive meals as long as they are present in the vehicle.

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Hondo ISD COVID-19 Tracking

The district reports all school-related COVID-19 cases to the Texas Education Agency and the Medina County Health Department. The district is sharing information with the families and the Hondo community at this link: www.hondoisd.net/tracker. The information is updated on a weekly schedule.

Bus Registration Online

School Bus

Parents/Guardians of Bus Riders, the registration form is online and can be filled out online. No more waiting until start of school. This will give us better data to start the school year smoothly. You can find the form under Custom Forms menu in your Family Access. Please complete at your earliest convenience. The form can be edited if your situation changes. You can also review the Bus Rider Safety Handbook at

 www.hondoisd.net/operations

Meal Menus Posted on Website

What's for breakfast? What's for lunch? Check out the menus for each campus for the month at the website: www.hondoisd.net/childnutrition. There are downloadable documents for your convenience.

 

Student Forms Online

Parents, please remember to go online to Family Access to complete the Beginning of Year forms online. Instead of large paper packet, we have simplified the beginning of year by putting the forms in Family Access. Parents can log into Family Access and complete the forms.

Skyward Family Access link

Forms must be completed for all students regardless of their chosen Method of Instruction.

Tutorial is available on the District technology page: www.hondoisd.net/technology


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