In honor of the 16th Annual National Athletic Training Month Boswell High School would like to recognize two of our very own Athletic Trainers. During March, Athletic Trainers across America are being recognized for their commitment to helping people prevent injuries and stay healthy and active. Athletic trainers are health care professionals, highly educated and dedicated to the job at hand. Athletic Trainers can be found in high schools and colleges, corporations, professional sports, the military, performing arts and clinics, hospitals and physician offices around the world. Boswell High School would like to salute David Reed and Kelly Joe for providing quality care for our athletes every day. Coach Abendschan had many great things to say about Coach Reed and Coach Joe. He had this to say about Coach Reed, “David is the quintessential athletic trainer because he is there for everyone. Kids, coaches, parents and administrators. He doesn’t count the hours because he loves what he does. The trust each coach has in David is a testament to the level of work he does day in and day out to get our kids healthy and back to work. The trust our parents have is invaluable because they give over their child with whatever injury, affliction, counseling need and they come back fixed and better than before. Administrators can trust what he says, because he always will do what he says he will and that is care for our kids and develop them into the best that they can be.” In reference to Coach Joe, Coach Abendschan share this about her, “Kelly has the entire package of what an athletic trainer should be. Her knowledge is second to none, but that pales in comparison to the relationship she carries with all her student trainers and the athletes she works with. The trust they have in her is built on the person to person communication and respect that Kelly has built. She makes us better every day.” Coach Reed and Coach Joe we appreciate each of you. Join us in celebrating these heroes and celebrating National Athletic Training Month! ... see moresee less
Sophomore BHS art student, Maggie Oliveira, has been recognized with an Honorable Mention Regional Award in the 2016 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, presented by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers. Her winning work is "Sand Bass", a digital photograph. Her work was selected from 320,000 submitted works. Congratulations to Maggie! ... see moresee less
Dalton York was named Grand Champion Boar Goat and Reserve Champion at TCJLS this past weekend. His lamb was beat by one of the youth that Dalton has mentored for the past five years and the lamb was bought by Dalton when he showed at Louisville for her. Dalton also considers this a win. Also, this year there was the first Helping Hands Livestock show, a special needs livestock show. Dalton also had a part in mentoring children who showed their animals during this event. ... see moresee less
Sophomore BHS art student, Maggie Oliveira, has been recognized with an Honorable Mention Regional Award in the 2016 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, presented by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers. Her winning work is "Sand Bass", a digital photograph. Her work was selected from 320,000 s...
Congratulations to the following FCCLA members who attended the Region 2 Meeting in Waco this past weekend and advanced to State! Alexis Stallings, Sara Steers, Sydney Leimann, Taylor Diaz, Avery Acosta, Samantha Ahrens and Korgin Neel.