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Academic U.I.L.

ACADEMIC UIL
2018-2019
ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL COACHES

 

Art 4/5 – Nakeisha Swindle

Art 6 – Jada Jones

Art 7/8 – Jada Jones

Calculator 6 – Sheila Haddox

Calculator 7 – Sheila Haddox

Calculator 8 – Sheila Haddox

Chess Puzzle 6-8 – Anita Sheppard

Creative Writing – Kelly McDaniel

Dictionary 5 – Tonya Fenton

Dictionary 6 – Tonya Fenton

Dictionary 7 – Cheryl Alexander

Dictionary 8 – Cheryl Alexander

Editorial 6 – Claire Windham

Editorial 7 – Claire Windham

Editorial 8 – Claire Windham

Impromptu Speaking 6-8 – Emily Sowell

Listening 5 – Pam Jamison

Listening 6 – Pam Jamison

Listening 7 – Stephanie Jones

Listening 8 – Stephanie Jones

Maps, Graphs & Charts 5 – Karen Taylor

Maps, Graphs & Charts 6 – Karen Taylor

Maps, Graphs & Charts 7 – Karen Taylor

Maps, Graphs & Charts 8 – Karen Taylor

Mathematics 6 – Laurie Clay

Mathematics 7 – Anita Sheppard

Mathematics 8 – Anita Sheppard

Modern Oratory 6-8 – Annette Belrose

Music Memory 3/4 – Katie Warner

Music Memory 5 – Pam Jamison

Music Memory 6 – Laurie Clay

Number Sense 4 – Stephanie Bass

Number Sense 5 – Stephanie Bass

Number Sense 6 – Stephanie Bass

Number Sense 7 – Cheryl Alexander

Number Sense 8 – Cheryl Alexander

One Act Play – LaRee Greer

Oral Reading 4 – Cassie Jernigan

Oral Reading 5 – Cassie Jernigan

Oral Reading 6 – Jennifer Leach

Oral Reading 7 – Jeane Taylor

Oral Reading 8 – Jeane Taylor

Ready Writing 3 – Shannon Bohannon

Ready Writing 4 – Shannon Bohannon

Ready Writing 5 – Shannon Bohannon

Ready Writing 6 – Bailee Rash

Ready Writing 7 – La Ree Greer

Ready Writing 8 – Annette Belrose 

Science I – Stephanie Jones

Science II – Cheryl Alexander

Social Studies 5 – Pam Jamison

Social Studies 6 – Anita Sheppard

Social Studies 7 – Annette Belrose

Social Studies 8 – Annette Belrose

Spelling 3 – Jennifer Sonmor

Spelling 4 – Tonya Fenton

Spelling 5 – Shannon Bohannon

Spelling 6 – Bailee Rash

Spelling 7 – Bailee Rash

Spelling 8 – Bailee Rash

Storytelling 2 – Heather Hamilton

Storytelling 3 – Heather Hamilton

“Students who compete in UIL events devote countless hours preparing for UIL academic competition”, said Dr. David Stevens, UIL director of academics. “Like their athletic counterparts, they practice before, during and after school and attend invitational meets and competitions. For virtually every school in Texas, it serves as an extension to the regular classroom for highly motivated, intelligent young men and women.”

“In its own way, each contest is intended to teach the thinking skills students will need in college and in their careers,” Steven said. “We have tremendous anecdotal evidence from students who testify to the importance UIL academic contests played in their high school careers. We also know that employers want workers who can solve problems, speak effectively and write clearly. Each contest is designed to help students reach those goals.”

 

Academic U.I.L. cordinator: Mrs. Esther Harrison