Keep the fun of Summer rolling into fall for you and your preschooler! (ages 3 – 5). Southlake Parks and Recreation offers fun activities to keep your little one active!
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s our next superhero-in-training! That’s right! You and your preschooler are invited to join us for Southlakes own SuperHero Training Academy on September 30. Help your little one as you make your own superhero costumes, practice your hero skills, and help protect Southlake from evildoers!
Registration and information on these events can be found online at
For more information,
call (817) 748-8019
If you enjoy ice cream and Super Heroes, you’re in luck! The Southlake Senior Activity Center will be hosting a Super Hero Ice cream social for it’s members (55+) this coming Tuesday the 26th!
The event will include a full Ice Cream Sundae bar, with all the necessary items to make a Super Sundae, but the fun does not stop there! Various Super Hero games and activities will be set up as well, such as Thor’s Hammer Toss, and a mock phone booth, in case you need to change into your super hero costume in a flash!
The Super Hero Ice Cream Social will be from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
Registration is $2
Wearing your Super Hero costume is encouraged but not necessary.
For more information go to southlakeseniorcenter.com or call at (817) 748-8315.
The Carroll Dragons honored America’s Military Heroes in grand fashion this Veterans Day. Nearly every campus hosted patriotic assemblies Monday, Nov. 11, with the exception of Walnut Grove Elementary School and Rockenbaugh Elementary School. Walnut Grove hosted their Veterans Day event Friday, Nov. 8 and Rockenbaugh will host their celebration on Thursday, Nov. 14.
Many of the elementary campuses included performances from third and fourth grade students. Highlights include student choirs and in a unique show of patriotism, students and Old Union showed off their fancy footwork with an athletic routine set to patriotic music.
Students in the middle grades were treated to various guest speakers, some included older veterans who spoke of the historical significance of the military. One Dragon parent, in active military spoke with students at Eubanks Intermediate and Dawson Middle School in separate assemblies via Skype. U.S. Navy Captain, Johnny Marshall is the father of Jake (EIS) and Zach (DMS) Marshall. Capt. Marshall spoke to students from his location in the Horn of Africa.
Carroll Senior High School and Carroll High School featured performances by the Dragon Band. CHS student Sophia Formella sang the National Anthem to begin the Veterans Day assembly. Student Chris Weisberg played Taps to a standing crowd, marking the end of the Veterans Day event at CSHS.
A photo slideshow of Veterans Day events across Carroll ISD is featured below.