Category: UIL

Valley View UIL Invitation Meet Results

Not Pictured:

Jhazeel Martinez, Current Issues and Events, 8th Place

Frida Beltran, Science, 8th Place

Ruby Lopez, LD Debate, 4th Place

Janie Cruz, Ready Writing, 8th Place

Itza Rodriguez, Mathematics, 9th Place

 

 

Kayla De Leon Mathematics, 2nd Place

Calculators, Fourth Place

Copy Editing Leslie Perez, 4th Place

Jade Cruz Copy Editing, 5th Place

Michael Del Angel Headline Writing, 5th Place News Writing, 3rd Place Feature Writing, 2nd Place

Leann Lopez Copy Editing, 6th Place

Kenia Martinez
Informative Speaking, 6th Place

Juliana Mendez Prose, 4th Poetry, 3rd

Evelyn Treviño
Mathematics, 5th Place

Carter UIL Beginning …

Carter UIL season will begin next week, and many students lack information on the program benefits.

\"\\"\\"\"As posted on their website, UIL (University Interscholastic League) is an extracurricular competition program that covers a wide selection of academic areas against students from other schools within their district.

Students and coaches involved in UIL agree that confidence and learning are enhanced.

Placing in UIL helps with scholarship applications and gives students experience with real-life use of their school work.

“I know that it is a sort of competition between schools, but not much else,” said junior Joshua Cordonnier.

Cordonnier, like other students, was not aware that scholarships and academic development are benefits of being involved in these programs.

“I don’t know what I would get from joining UIL,” said junior Briana Martinez.

UIL Coordinator Claudia Camarillo wants to encourage students to join because she believes that Carter students have the potential to do well in competitions, once they find the subject that they are passionate about.

“We have a variety of topics ranging from math, science, writing, and speaking,” said Camarillo.

Camarillo believes that once students take the first step and try competing, they are opening up themselves to advantages over others.

“There was a senior last year which was awarded a scholarship in the amount $3,500 for a large part due to advancing to the state level competition. It wasn’t easy, but at the end of the day that’s money that the other kids don’t have access to,” said Camarillo.

There are also other benefits according to participants that cannot be learned or gained anywhere else.

“When I’m at a competition, I\\\’m surrounded by intelligent people, and it has such a positive effect on me because it reminds me of the type of people I should be friends with. That’s one of the main reasons I like UIL,” said junior Kenia Martinez.

Joining UIL may bring you new friendships, challenge you to be the best you can be, and teach you that practice eventually pays off.

 

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University Interscholastic League (UIL) is an organization that organizes competitions between schools. UIL allows students to show their knowledge and be recognized.

Mrs. Camarillo, UIL coordinator, said,“ UIL is an organization that gives the students a lot of motivation, and it focuses on what they want to be later in life; as a team we also make students find their strength and what they like the most.”

Some activities that students can participate in UIL are:
  • Math
  • Number Sense
  • Science
  • Current Events
  • Calculators
  • Computer science
  • Ready Writing
  • Spelling
  • Informative and Persuasive Speaking
  • Journalism
  • Debate
  • Prose Poetry
  • Film Theatrical Design
  • Robotics

UIL is a tremendous opportunity for students to get a scholarships.

Andrea Olmedo said, “UIL for me is important because it helps me in my education, and it gives me more knowledge for life.”

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Athlete of the Month

celso.pngCelso Garcia, Junior at Jimmy Carter Early College High School, has been elected Athlete of the Month by the Red Gold News publication.

Celso plays defense in the varsity soccer team at Juarez Lincoln High School, his designated high school. Not only does he practice in the mornings for Juarez Lincoln High School, but he also plays for FC Dallas RGV Youth Academy. He is part of the 2002 Red Boys (winners of various championships) such as; 2017 State Champs, 2017 Regional Champs, 2017 National Champs, 2018 Affiliations International Tournament Champs, 2018 State Champs, and 2018 Regional Runner-up.

Our organization recognizes Celso Garcia for balancing his academic obligations and his extracurricular activities.

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