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Pitcher Reagan Chomel was named Co-Pitcher of the Year for the District 27 Team Selections following the completion of the season. 12 Rattler baseball players earned All District honors while five Rattler softball players earned All District honors.
Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Multiple Rattlers nominated to All-District Selections

Multiple San Marcos Rattler baseball and softball players were selected to the all-district teams after the completion of the season for District 27.

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Mrs. Norma Ybarra’s ESOL I students wrote children’s books, which were recently published as hardcover copies.
Photos courtesy of San Marcos CISD

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Above, Mrs. Alethea Cavin’s ESOL II students recently had their children’s books published. Bottom left, Sharon Artola Torres showcases her book, “Understanding your mind,” which highlights the importance of mental health. Bottom right, Alvaro Garcia and Nestor Gonzalez Sanchez show off their children’s books.
Photo courtesy of San Marcos CISD

Emerging Bilingual students become published children’s book authors

Forty-three San Marcos High School Emerging Bilingual students recently became published authors.

School Board approves pay increase for all staff

Teacher compensation has been a topic of conversation among board members and in public comment at board meetings, and the trustees have heeded the call in an effort to make sure San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District teachers feel valued and choose to remain with the district. The SMCISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved a 3% pay increase for all staff at the regularly scheduled meeting on Monday.

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Texas State and UFCU agreed to a historic naming rights deal that will change the name of Bobcat Stadium to UFCU Stadium. The naming rights deal will be the largest in the Sun Belt Conference and the largest naming gift in Texas State history.
Daily Record photo by Colton McWilliams

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UFCU Stadium is the first time Texas State will undergo a name change. Jim Wacker Field will not change.
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The name change will not be the only thing new come the 2024 season as the new endzone complex will also be completed.
Daily Record photo by Colton McWilliams

Bobcat Stadium renamed UFCU Stadium after new sponsorship

For over 40 years, the name Bobcat Stadium has stood up against the test of time. It is the name that has graced the side of the Texas State football stadium from the glory years of the Lone Star Conference through the days of the Southland Conference before expanding in 2012 in preparation for the jump to Football Bowl Subdivision. Now the stadium will enter a new era.

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Two members of the San Marcos CISD Board of Trustees were sworn in on Monday night. No election was held in the race because there were no challengers after the filing deadline. Top right, State Representative Erin Zwiener swears in her Chief of Staff Juan Miguel Arredondo. He takes the seat that was weld by Mari Salmi. Bottom left, Board President Anne Halsey was sworn in by Alicia Guenther, Executive Associate to the Superintendent. Both were elected to threeyear terms.
Daily Record photo by Shannon West

SWORN IN AT SMCISD

SWORN IN AT SMCISD

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Bluebonnet Electric celebrates 85 years of service in the community

About 500 Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative members and guests filled The Silos on 77 event center in Giddings last week for the co-op’s Annual Meeting. Those at the meeting enjoyed live music, received reports highlighting Bluebonnet’s successes during 2023 and early 2024, re-elected two directors and took home door prizes. Bluebonnet Electric’s service area includes much of the area east of Interstate 35 outside of the San Marcos city limits.

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