Burnet Middle School students were recognized for their artwork on Tuesday, December 11th by Judge Oakley and the County Commissioners.
Mrs. Laidler and the Bulldog Crew recently brought Phoenix the Owl to BHS to help spread awareness about conservation.
Kurt Jones, who has served as Athletic Director/Head Football Coach for Burnet CISD since 2012, will now serve as full time Athletic Director, as the District splits the duties into two separate positions.
Jerod Rye, current Offensive Coordinator, has been named the Head Football Coach of the Bulldogs and will be responsible for leading the Bulldogs in the upcoming 2019-2020 football season.
Nominations for the 2019 Hall of Honor are now being accepted. There are four nomination categories.
Burnet High School AVID Seniors recently traveled to Stephenville to take a college tour of Tarleton State University.
R. J. Richey Elementary students and teachers are going the extra degree in all areas in order to reach their highest potential! One area they are extremely proud of is their emphasis on writing.
Each year students at Quest High School take a field trip to the Pacific War Museum in Fredericksburg to learn more about World War II and the men and women who served.
Congratulations to the Burnet Swim Team for placing first overall at the Winter Classic Invitational held this past weekend at the YMCA of the Highland Lakes.
The VFW Post 6974 in Burnet recently held a Voice of Democracy competition that involved BHS students writing an essay over a specific topic and also recording it as they read it aloud. The competition theme was "Why My Vote Matters."