Congratulations to both Symphony Band and Wind Symphony!! Both bands received the highest rating of straight ones! Also called Sweepstakes! We are so proud of all the hard work that went into the amazing performances!!
Congratulations to Mr. Thompson and the entire Bailey Robotics Team for receiving the Judges Award at the Southwest Texas VEX State Tournament. The Judges Award is presented to a team that the Judges determine is deserving of special recognition. Judges consider a number of criteria for this award, such as team displays of special attributes, exemplary effort and perseverance at the event, or team accomplishments or endeavors throughout the season. The Judges presented this award to the WHOLE BAILEY ROBOTICS TEAM! Thank you to Mr. Thompson for his commitment and efforts for making this program successful!
We are so proud of the students, teachers and parents involved with the Musical Theatre's production of "Singin' in the Rain"! Great job by everyone!
Bailey's 10th Annual MS Charity Teacher vs Student volleyball game was a huge success! Teachers claimed 2 out of 3 matches, but the students had a great last match!! Money raised was donated to Multiple Sclerosis. Thank you for your support!
February 18, 2019
Bailey Robotics Team Fuzzy Logic had an awesome experience at the Signature Turning Point Tournament at the Google Headquarters in California this past weekend. Fuzzy Logic placed 3rd in the Qualifications and made it to the quarterfinals in Alliance out of 77 teams!!! We are very proud of our Robotics Team at Bailey! Thank you to Mr. Thompson for taking the Robotics program to such a high level! Go Bears!
February 13, 2019
Former UT basketball player (2002-2006), Brad Buckman, came to speak to our 8th grade boys basketball team today. He had some great words of wisdom for them as they are coming to the end of their 8th grade season and moving forward to high school in August.
February 10, 2019
The Bailey Robotics Team brought home two very big wins from the competition this weekend! Congratulations to Godd Botts on receiving the “Excellence Award”. The highest award presented in the VEX Robotics program. Also, a BIG shout out to Fuzzy Logic for receiving the “Robot Skills Champion Award”! This team had the highest combined score outranking many competing high schools. Fuzzy Logic is ranked 3rd in Robot Skills in the state of Texas! This team will be traveling to CA next week and competing at the Google Headquarters. Way to go Bailey Bears! We are so proud of you!
A big shout out to our Girls Soccer Team (and their coaches, parents, and the refs) for playing in 33 degree weather, on cold, muddy fields. Thank you for representing the best of the Bears!
Congratulations to Culinary Arts teacher, Ms. Halle Whittington, on being named Bailey’s Teacher of the Year! Ms. Whittington received her Bachelor of Science degree in Family & Consumer Sciences from Texas State University in 2015. Over the past twenty years, prior to becoming a teacher at Bailey, her work experience included corporate sales and training, as well as retail and food service management, providing relevant, real world experience in the areas she teaches. Ms. Whittington is passionate about the practical and applicable training and skills CTE courses provide. She loves getting to know her students, discovering their uniqueness both inside and outside of the classroom. Other nominees this year include Science Teacher & Coach Lara Brown, and Choir Teacher Brooke Beasley. Congratulations to all for being recognized by their fellow teachers as outstanding educators at Bailey!
Congratulations to Theater teacher, Ms. Ursula Walker, on being named Bailey’s Teacher of Promise. Teacher of Promise is given to first year teachers who demonstrate an overall understanding of the components of good teaching and reveal outstanding potential as an educator. Ms. Walker has been an excellent addition to our campus and we are so glad she is part of our Bear family!
Bailey teachers enjoy a special holiday luncheon compliments of the band!
Another fun Bear Day!
The first choir concert of the year was a fantastic! We are proud of all our choir students and Ms. Besley for their hard work!
Congratulations to ALL students who participated in the TMEA Region 18 Orchestra Division Orchestra Auditions!! The following students scored the highest and won seats in this amazing orchestra!
String Bass chair 3 - Samuel Hoke
String Bass chair 5 - Alex Grooms
String Bass chair 1 - Iris Carpenter
1st Violin chair 5 - Hannah Caceres
1st Violin chair 7 - Sarah Hoke
2nd Violin chair 11 - Sara Caballero
Cello chair 3 - Xavier Constancio
Cello chair 4 - Noah Fisher
Cello chair 5 - Alyna Sharkozy
Their clinic will be held on Thursday and Friday, November 15 & 16 and the concert will be at the AISD Performing Arts Center on Saturday, November 17th at 4:00 pm. All are invited to attend free of charge.
We are proud of all our NJHS Students, both new and current members!