San Antonio high school graduation walk goes viral after student shows off revealing dress under robe
First, a Southwest Legacy High School grad recently landed in hot water for displaying a Mexican flag at her commencement, and now a Clark High School student is getting grief over a graduation unveiling that went viral. The student, identified as Samuel Silverman Garcia in the clip, tosses confetti and blows kisses to the cheering crowd. As can be expected, the video — which has since racked up 40,000 Facebook views — subsequently shows school officials escorting the student offstage. “While we cannot discuss individual student discipline, administrative action was taken to address the disruption,” Northside spokesman Barry Perez told MySA. Meanwhile, Northside’s Perez told MySA the district is disciplining the student because it wants commencement ceremonies to “honor and celebrate” its grads’ achievements.outinsa.com
Brandeis volleyball sweeps District 28-6A rival Clark in season opener
SAN ANTONIO – The Brandeis Broncos and Clark Cougars volleyball programs met in the season opener Saturday at Northside Gym. The Broncos swept the Cougars in the best-of-five series with scores of 25-22, 31-29 and 25-18. TCU commit and junior Brandeis outside hitter, Jalyn Gibson, led all hitters with 20 kills while senior defensive specialist, Amy DeWalt, who will be attending Midwestern State in the fall, contributed 32 digs. The victory snaps Clark’s 47-match district winning streak. Brandeis is away at Boerne Champion Tuesday while Clark will face Johnson at Littleton Gym Tuesday.
Clark Principal, 7 Other SA Educators Named Finalists for H-E-B Awards
Clark High School Principal Jerry Woods prepared all week for a film crew he was told would visit his campus on Thursday. He planned meticulously, thinking he would be filmed giving a school tour and hosting a Q&A panel with Northside Independent School Districts superintendent. Just as Woods began introducing the panel in the school library, the principal learned it was all a ruse. H-E-B officials interrupted the principal to let him know he was one of five high school principal finalists statewide chosen for the H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards, sometimes referred to as the Oscars of Texas education. Each year, educators are selected as finalists based on their leadership in the classroom and on campus.therivardreport.com
HS Volleyball Playoff Highlights: Regional Final Recap
Clemens and Alamo Heights both earn sweeps in the Class 6A and Class 5A Regional Finals respectively to punch their tickets to the UIL State Tournament. Watch exclusive extended highlights and reaction from each clinching match, as both teams make program history!