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Condolences to the Kelley Family
The Gateway family lost one of its own on June 24 when Chris Kelley, a Hutto police officer and Gateway parent, was killed in the line of duty. He is survived by wife, Michele, son, Nathaniel, and daughter, MaKenzie, who will be a second grader at Gateway in the fall. Our heartfelt sympathy is extended to the entire Kelley family during this time of mourning.
Gateway Receives Recognition at Retail Opening
Our varsity cheer team was asked to perform and mingle among the masses during Wednesday's open house of the new Bass Pro Shop in Round Rock. Thousands of patrons attended the event. Pictured are L-R: Baylee Floyd, Lauren Friedman, Devyn Henderson, "Gabe" Alfonso Tirado, Jessy Lidgard, Abby Mayer, Randa Minzenmayer.
Incoming Kindergartners Get Acclimated to Gateway
This summer's Bridge Program drew about 80 new students to the campus for the two-day event. The program is designed to introduce first-time students to the educational world that is Gateway! This day featured pizza for lunch.
Class of 2015 Celebrates Milestone
Forty Gateway graduates closed one chapter and were ready to begin another following commencement ceremonies staged Saturday in the Auxiliary Gym. Following the speeches, walks across the stage and hugs from loved ones, they are ready to move on to bigger stages. Godspeed, Class of 2015!
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Congratulations to the Class of 2027
Kindergartners received their "diplomas" Friday as a symbol they are ready to move up to 1st Grade at Gateway College Prep. Head of School Alan Santucci shook each hand after each name was called with what he or she planned to pursue as careers. There appear to be at least two future U.S. Presidents in the class.
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Lago Vista Outlasts Gators, 6-5
Gateway Season Ends in Regional Semi-Finals Rubber Match
One day after fighting off elimination with a 3-1 nine-inning victory, Lago Vista took advantage of three errors in the bottom of the seventh to tally the winning run in a Class 3A regional quarterfinal series at Liberty Hill High. The Vikings (25-6) will face Banquete in the regional semifinals. Lago Vista loaded the bases on two errors and a base hit by winning pitcher Alex DeLeon. Another error, on Donald Stewart’s ground ball, allowed Jonah Rohne to score the winning run. Gateway Prep (16-8) had tied the score in the top half of the seventh, when Caden Roshalt singled, stole second, went to third on a wild pitch and scored on Quentin Reeb’s squeeze bunt. Roshalt finished 3 for 3 with a solo home run and two singles. DeLeon pitched 2 innings of relief to earn the win.
— MARK CHAMP, Austin American-Statesman CORRESPONDENT
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