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Lady Hornets 2015 State Cross Country CHAMPIONS & Boys runner up

Interview by Mile Split Tx –  http://tx.milesplit.com/meets/213863/videos/?id=100893#.Vj92i9WrTnA

Hornet Heroes!

The Miller Grove Elementary Hornet Heroes for the first six weeks of the 2015-2016 school year are as follows. Front Row: Gavin Patterson, Abella Poteet, Grayson Patterson, and Joseph Roberson. Back Row: Alessondro Alvarez, Aylin Perez-Garcia, Cutter Worsham. Hornet Heroes are nominated

It’s beginning to feel a lot like…

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas at Miller Grove High School. Even though we are still eating our trick or treat candy from Halloween, Mrs. Bryant’s Choral Society students begged and begged to put the Christmas tree up

4th grade is on Fire

4th grade made enough on their class raffle to purchase a class set of Kindle Fires!

Getting ready for picture day

 Miller Grove students were all smiles today for fall picture day.  Teacher Richard Batty is pictured giving a tie-tying lesson before school. Any of the students who did not purchase portraits will receive a proof sheet when the packages come back.

2015 Yearbooks are in!

The 2015 Yearbooks are here! If you would like to purchase one for $40, you may buy one from the high school office or Angela (Pitts) Gress. It is first come first serve, as we only have a limited number

Biology students using microscopes donated by A&MCommerce

Student’s in Mrs. Erwin’s science classes at Miller Grove School have been using microscopes donated by Texas A&M University-Commerce. Thanks to the biology department at A&M-Commerce for helping out. 

Texas Ranger John Vance talks to Forensic Science Claases

Texas Ranger John Vance talks to Forensic Science Claases

Biology builds a starch

Mrs. Susan Erwin’s 9th grade biology class has been studying molecules. Starch is the chief storage form of carbohydrate in plants and the most important source of carbohydrate in human nutrition.

Night at the Wax Museum

Miller Grove school was host to both some ghosts and legends the night of Sept. 24th for this year’s Wax Museum event. Student’s picked historical or trendy figures to impersonate and had to memorize and recite their chosen figure’s story.