Cat Fight on the Court…Bobcats take on the Princeton Panthers

The Celina Basketball teams took on the Princeton Panthers on Tuesday, February 6th, in the Bobcat gym. The Ladycats fell short to the Panthers in the first half, going into halftime with a score of 17-35. Coming back out on the court to start the 3rd quarter, Celina stayed up on their defense. They wereContinue reading “Cat Fight on the Court…Bobcats take on the Princeton Panthers”

Celina Resident John Jones Works on Unfinished Business on the Way to American Ninja Warrior

John Jones got the call of a lifetime last year after attempting for several years for a chance at the American Ninja Warrior competition. He was invited to travel to San Antonio to be an official participant for American Ninja Warrior, an American sports entertainment competition. The competition features hundreds of competitors attempting to completeContinue reading “Celina Resident John Jones Works on Unfinished Business on the Way to American Ninja Warrior”

Celina Hoops Travel to Princeton Tonight at 7:30pm

Tonight’s district matchup between the Bobcats (11-5) and the Princeton Panthers (18-4) is sure to be a great one! The Celina varsity basketball team advanced their conference record to 2-0 after defeating the Melissa Cardinals 72-69 on Tuesday evening at home, moving up to 2nd place in District. Meanwhile, the Princeton Panthers are coming offContinue reading “Celina Hoops Travel to Princeton Tonight at 7:30pm”

CISD Students to Get Their HEARTS Checked

Celina ISD is proud to partner with the Brandon Goyne Foundation and Wimbledon Athletics to provide cardiovascular testing! Sudden Cardiac Arrest is caused by an abnormality in the heart’s electrical system or structure that abruptly stops the heartbeat – and it’s fatal in 95% of the cases. It is the leading cause of death on schoolContinue reading “CISD Students to Get Their HEARTS Checked”

From the Desk of Rick DeMasters

As I look over the January calendar, a quote from Nathaniel Hawthorne comes to mind that says, “Time flies over us, but leaves its shadow behind.” It seems like it was just yesterday that we watched students entering our campuses for the 2017-2018 school year, but in a blink of an eye, we find ourselvesContinue reading “From the Desk of Rick DeMasters”