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The teacher’s work featured in Capitol



Cypress Ridge High School art teacher Shawna Billet exhibited her work in honor of the victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Florida in 2016 in the Texas State Capitol Building. Billet was one of five Texas artists selected for the “Pulse / 49: A Texas Remembrance Exhibition,” according to a Cy-Fair ISD press release.

Billet produced three pieces in the exhibition: “Into the Darkness”, “Finding Light” and “Radiant Life”.

“My contribution to this group show was to bring healing to those who have gone through loss,” she said. “I have created works that are intended for the viewer to experience mourning, peace and the celebration of life.”

-Contributed by Cy-Fair ISD

Fireworks prohibited on CFISD property

Cy-Fair ISD reminds the community that fireworks are prohibited on the CFISD campus.

“The Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 2154, Subchapter F, Section 2154.251 (a) (1), states that a person may not” detonate or light fireworks within 600 feet of a church, d ” a hospital other than a veterinary hospital, asylum, licensed daycare, or public or private elementary or secondary school or institution of higher education, unless the person receives written permission from that organization The district said in a statement. “According to subchapter G, section 2154.303 (c), a violation of this law” which results in property damage in an amount less than $ 200 and does not result in bodily injury or death is a class C misdemeanor. . “”

The use of fireworks may result in a Class B misdemeanor if the property damage exceeds $ 200. A CFISD dispatcher for fireworks incidents can be contacted at 832-237-2373.

-Contributed by Cy-Fair ISD

Junior wins the debate championship

Cypress Lakes High School junior Anastasia Sewell won the Lincoln-Douglas Class 6A Virtual Debating State Championship.

“CFISD has a long history of success at UIL State Meet,” said Ryan Hennessey, UIL University District Coordinator, in a Cy-Fair ISD press release. “Students in our district frequently compete at the highest level. However, this is Cypress Lakes’ first UIL 6A State Championship in the Lincoln-Douglas debate. All the hard work that Anastasia and Ms. Hannah McCord put into preparing for UIL has certainly paid off. Anastasia made us all exceptionally proud.

Sewell faced off against Shreya Nair, an Allen High School student, on the final round, preparing speeches and arguments in advance.

-Contributed by Cy-Fair ISD

Cy Woods reaches 7-7 quarter-finals

The Cypress Woods High School football team led the four CFISD squad to advance to the 7v7 State Tournament, reaching the quarterfinals in the final event June 25-26 at College Station.

Football teams from Cy-Fair High School, Bridgeland High School and Cypress Falls High School also qualified for the tournament.

-Contributed by Cy-Fair ISD

The college continues the LIFE programs

Lone Star College-CyFair’s Learning Inspiration, Friendship, and Enrichment program invites community members to view virtual presentations. Presentations include LEGO talks, local farming, comics, and how to make mocktails. The programs in July are as follows:

July 7: Adult LEGO fans

July 14: Plant it Forward

July 21: graphic novels and comics

July 28: Non-alcoholic cocktails

For more information, visit www.lonestar.edu/cyfair.htm.

-Supplied by Lone Star College-CyFair

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