Each six weeks, Stone Middle School Principal Dee Hudson recognizes students nominated by their teachers for showing excellent citizenship or going above and beyond in their school work. Two ‘Star Students’ are chosen from each grade level. Students receiving an outstanding achievement award for the fourth six weeks are eighth-graders Cael Del Toro and Avery Spencer, seventh-graders James Fugett and Matilyn Wolfe, and sixth-graders Sophia Melton and Ty Pierce.
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The Texas House passed a bill 88-40 Friday that would lower the criminal penalty for possessing small amounts of marijuana and provide a path for many Texans charged with such a crime to expunge it from their criminal records. The bill applies to possession of 1 ounce or less. Do you support the bill?