No Top 10?

first_img RelatedAfter uncertainty, PIHS Class of 2020 graduates at Tarpon StadiumBy Gaige Davila editor@portisabelsouthpadre.com The Port Isabel High School’s Class of 2020 commencement ceremony ended with a bang, several actually, in a fireworks ceremony that concluded an event that, for few months, was uncertain to ever happen. Senior-turned-graduates of PIHS, all wearing face masks, were able to move their tassels…June 5, 2020In “News”Deadline Approaching for PIHS Classical ReunionSpecial to the PRESS A group of 20 Port Isabel High School alumni are working hard to place the finishing touches on the 2018 Classical Reunion, “The First 50 Years.” The three-day reunion will take place October 4 – 6, bringing former students together to reminisce and celebrate their Tarpon pride.…August 24, 2018In “News”Green awarded Press scholarshipBy MARINA WISE Special to the PRESS The Port Isabel – South Padre Press, in partnership with several local businesses, is pleased to announce the recipient of our 2017 academic scholarship, Ramsey Green. Green was selected from a talented pool of applicants and will receive $500 to aid his post-secondary educational…May 26, 2017In “Features” Share Senior class ranks in limbo after legal actionBy DINA ARÉVALOPort Isabel-South Padre Presseditor@portisabelsouthpadre.comAn outsider may not have noticed it, but for those who grew up here, the Port Isabel High School Achievement Awards Banquet Monday night was not quite the same as in years’ past.The differences could be seen just inside the entrance to the Hilton Garden Inn where the event was hosted. A group of amiable high school seniors passed out black and white pamphlets to attendees while nearby, school district staff passed out full color programs.Inside the pamphlets distributed by students were listed the names and achievements of nine of Port Isabel High School’s top students, though the inscription on the front of the program read, “In honor of Class of 2016 Top Ten Students.”Inside the banquet hall the mood was festive as first Dr. Lisa Garcia, superintendent of schools, addressed the crowd, and later a guest speaker regaled attendees with jokes. Near the end of the night, honor roll students from 9th through 12th grade were recognized, including the nine seniors who had greeted attendees at the door.What was noticeably absent from official conversation, however, was any mention of those students in the 2016 graduating class Top 10.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.last_img

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