District News and Announcements
UIL Unified Track & Field team is going to STATE!

Our Brenham UIL Unified Team finished in fourth place at the Regional Unified Track Meet that was held yesterday (Monday) at Waller High School. With 71 points, placing 4th in the region, Brenham ISD's Unified team is going to STATE! The UIL Unified State track meet will be Tuesday, May 2 at McMurry University in Abilene. Way to go Cubs! ??


Pictured: Coaches Angela & Kevin Moore, Sydney Moore, Ava Redman, Carmen McWilliams, LaJayda Cross, Lyann Gajeske, S'Maeya Britton, Clayton Grimm, Trinity Tarvin, Coach Cheryl Bennett-Preston, Riley Janes, Joseph Dubowik, Aiden Schulz, Kody Elder.  Not pictured: Connor Schlottmann and Caroline Schulz

Brenham FFA at the Bluebonnet District Speaking Contest and Convention

Brenham FFA had an Amazing Day at the Bluebonnet District Speaking Contest and Convention: 

Talent-5th Savanah Chalmers 
Extremp: Jake Sansom 5th
Ag policy: Madison Moran 2nd 
Ag business: Lillie Thibodeaux 2nd
Animal science: Kaylin Jakobs 1st 
Natural resource: Maddie Pierce 2nd 
Soil Stewardship: Shelby Prazak 3rd
Ag tech: 4th Kendal Gurka 
Plant science: Laci Strack 1st 
Speaking Development Event Sweepstakes Winner!!!  
District Student Advisor- Madison Moran 
District Secretary- Kaylin Jacobs

MCJROTC Earns 3rd at Nationals

The Brenham High School Marine Corps Junior ROTC (MCJROTC) has once again made their community proud by finishing third overall at the National Championship for the second year in a row. Brenham's Unarmed Drill Team competed against a select few teams from around the country at the National Championship in Fredericksburg, Virginia earlier this month.


This is the eighth straight year that the Brenham MCJROTC has earned an invitation to participate in the National Championship. The team's hard work and dedication have truly paid off, as they were able to bring home the title of first place in Unarmed Regulation Drill and third place in Inspection. Additionally, Ximena Cervantes received the honorable second place for Best Unarmed Commander.

But that's not all, Lia Otero also made a mark at the National Championship by earning second place at the knockout drill against approximately 120 individual competitors from all schools invited to compete.

"This is a significant achievement for our team," said Captain Bayse. "Their hard work, dedication, and commitment to excellence have been rewarded, and we could not be prouder of them."

Our Brenham MCJROTC has a long-standing tradition of excellence and success, and this achievement further solidifies their reputation. As a community, we celebrate and congratulate our talented team on this remarkable accomplishment.