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September 14, 2018

Meet Ben Aune: Director of Bands for Celina High School Ben Aune attended L.D. Bell High School, obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Music Education at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin, Texas and then acquired his Masters of Music in Winds from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. He makes his home here in Celina… Read More ›

A Good Man Makes a Good Bobcat

Coach Elliott makes his home in Celina, Texas with his wife Kathy. They have two sons, Nathan (21), who plays football for The University of North Carolina and Caleb (19), who is attending Fire School to become a Fireman. Coach Elliott loves leading the Celina Bobcats for many reasons. One of the things he loves… Read More ›

Celebrating 33 Years with Celina Independent School District

Sammy Hernandez moved to Celina, Texas with his wife Lydia in 1974. The two, who grew up in Hondo, Texas were childhood friends, high school sweethearts and each other’s first loves. They made their home and raised their children here in Celina and Sammy is a fixture in this tight-knit community no matter who you… Read More ›

Celina Elementary Student Of The Month Krew Weston Smalley

Celina Elementary Student of the Month…Krew Weston Smalley Krew Weston Smalley, a first grader at Celina Elementary, has a lot to be proud of. This cutie thanks his teachers, friends and family for helping him achieve his exciting new title “Student of the Month” for April. Krew is #7 on his many sports teams, as… Read More ›

Celina LadyCats Smash the Aubrey Chaparrals

The Celina LadyCats took the mound against the Aubrey Chaparrals at home on Monday evening. Celina filled the stands with a roaring crowd, and by the end of the first inning, they were up 3-2. Celina tried to keep the momentum pumping, but Aubrey ended up taking the lead in the 2nd. The LadyCats then… Read More ›

Celina Baseball Fights Hard Against the Aubrey Chaparrals but Comes Up Short

The Celina Bobcats baseball team took on the Aubrey Chaparrals at home on Monday night, March 26. Although they fought hard, it did not turn out the way they wanted or had hoped for. Celina’s defense worked hard, but the Chaparrals had a trick of hitting low balls and managed to continually escape the outfielders…. Read More ›

LadyCats Softball Wins District Home Opener on Friday Night!

Celina LadyCats Softball is off to a great start in district play! They matched up against the Melissa Cardinals on Friday night,  for their first home district game and did not disappoint! The LadyCats kept the momentum  high through every inning and ended the game with a winning score of 6-4! Dobbins (#12) pitched 5… Read More ›

Leaving it All on the Court…Bobcat Basketball Finishes Playoff Season Strong

The Celina Bobcat basketball team took on the Caddo Mills Foxes in the first round of playoffs last night at McKinney Boyd High School. The momentum on the court was always extremely high…each team gave the game everything they had! At the end of the first quarter, the Bobcats trailed 8-11 and by the end… Read More ›

Bobcats Named 4A District Champions…Take on Caddo Mills Tonight in the Bi-District Championship

The Celina Bobcat boys basketball team has been dominating against their competition throughout the year. Last Tuesday they were named 4A Region II District 11 Champions after defeating Anna. These men went head to head against the Coyotes and from the beginning, set the scoreboard straight. At the end of the first quarter, the Bobcats… Read More ›

Celina ISD Police Chief Issues Safety Concern Bulletin

A Message from Bobby R. Manson, Chief of Celina ISD Police Department Celina ISD is committed to the safety of our students and drivers in and around our schools. There have been a high number of reports of speeding in our school zones especially on Malone Street, feeding Celina Primary School. The boundaries of this… Read More ›

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