District News and Announcements
Successful First Competition for the Belles

The Brenham Belles had an exciting first competition at the Crowd Pleasers Competition at Bridgeland High School. Led by Coach Sharitza Ordonez the Belles were awarded:

Team Awards:
•Best in class for Officer jazz
•Best in class for officer lyrical
•Best in class for officer novelty
•1st runner-up Grand Champion
•Platinum Adjudication in all dances
•Best in class for team lyrical
•Best in class for team military
•1st runner up in team Pom
•1st runner-up grand champion
•Platinum adjudication in all dances
•Outstanding choreography in team military and Pom
Soloist Awards: 
•Julissa high platinum soloist
•Gracey high platinum soloist
•Micayla platinum soloist
•Kaylan platinum soloist
•Lizzy platinum soloist
•Kaylee platinum soloist



Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller announced the nutrition team at Brenham ISD has successfully completed the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) 2022 Fall Farm Fresh Challenge. Throughout the month of October Brenham ISD offered locally sourced Texas foods and provided garden-based learning activities to strengthen students’ appreciation for Texas agriculture. Brenham ISD shared their achievements on social media throughout the challenge to further champion and promote local food for kids in their schools.

“Participating in the Farm Fresh Challenge has a real impact on students, communities, and local agricultural economies,” Commissioner Miller said. “Connecting Texas farmers with school nutrition programs builds healthy habits that can last a lifetime. I am proud of all the schools that participated in this year’s challenge, and I thank them for the hard work they do to keep young Texans healthy all year.”

Brenham ISD joined 156 other school districts and charter organizations for the annual event, pledging to Eat Local, Teach Local, and Be Social. By serving healthy and balanced meals, offering agricultural and nutrition education, and prioritizing local Texas foods, the school has demonstrated dedication to the well-being of their students while recognizing the efforts of local farmers and ranchers to provide high quality food.

“Our Child Nutrition Department has put in tremendous effort to not only meet the criteria to successfully participate in the Farm-Fresh challenge, but also to provide this valuable opportunity for the benefit of our students. Their dedication to providing healthy and nutritious food options is truly commendable and greatly appreciated,” Said, District Communications Coordinator Brooke Trahan. For More information on our Child Nutrition Program and view menu’s please visit: https://www.brenhamisd.net/page/childnutrition.home



On February 4th, Brenham MCJROTC participated in the Region 5 Drill Championship in Allen, Texas against 16 select teams in two divisions.  Divisions included the Armed Division and the Unarmed Division, which encompass personnel inspection, Color Guard, regulation drill, and exhibition drill.  Due to government budget constraints only the top two teams would move on to the National Championship on April 12 where normally the top 3 would be invited.  The Armed team placed 3rd in their division and the Unarmed team placed 2nd.  This will be the 7th straight year that Brenham will send a team to compete in the National Championship.  On April 12th, the Unarmed Drill Team will represent Brenham High School at the National Championship in Fredericksburg, Virginia as one of only 8 teams throughout the country to receive an invitation.    

Special recognition goes to Unarmed Commanders Jackie Salinas, Amelia Bayse, and Ximena Cervantes Mejia, and Unarmed Commanders Dylan Guerrero, Noah Childs, and Colton Linegar for their hard work this year.