School Highlights


Central Jr. High Physics Students Build Unconventional Bridges

Central Junior High physics students were tasked to design and construct bridges that would support a minimum load of 21 kg. The bridges were required to be at least 61 cm in length with a "roadway" at a height of 45.7 cm from the base. The tricky part? The bridges had to be made entirely of raw spaghetti and glue!

Students Perform at TASA/TASB Convention

Students representing every campus in Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD rehearsed for months to prepare a musical performance for the 2014 Texas Association of School Board (TASB) convention in Dallas. The performance was held on September 26 on the last day of Dr. Faye Beaulieu's tenure as TASB President. full story

Black and Blue Showdown brings in more than 50,000 food items

The Bell-Trinity rivalry has always generated competition between the two schools and for the last three years that rivalry has resulted in big wins for the HEB community through the Black and Blue food drive. full story

Volunteer Dave Burns Graduates after 19 Years at KEYS

Dave Burns "graduated" from KEYS Learning Center after 19 years of being a volunteer math tutor and logging more than 20,000 hours of volunteer service. KEYS staff, both current and retired, held a special ceremony to say goodbye to Burns, who will spend time teaching at Tarrant County Northeast Campus, taking a course there, and tutoring students in math in the District Alternative Education Program in Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD. full story


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