The Ford High School Blue Belles drill team excited the crowd with this year’s annual Homecoming halftime performance. The crowd was already pretty excited as the Ford Panthers were up 21-0 over the visiting Rains Wildcats by the time the ladies took the field. The Ford High School Marching band accompanied the dancers by playing “Car Wash” as they performed. The Blue Belles drill team is under the direction of Tammie Anthony and Bethanee Sales.
QUINLAN, Texas — Quinlan Independent School District continues to expand and build a career and technology program, proving a school district doesn’t have to be in a major city to offer students advanced career options.
The career and technology program at Ford High School continues to grow. The district now offers courses in culinary arts, cosmetology, automotive technology, agricultural science, building trades and metal work, commercial photography, audio-video production, law enforcement and medical technology. One program, the student athletic trainer program, is part of the medical technology course offerings in the district.
In addition to career and technology education offerings, the district has an agreement with Paris Junior College where students can earn up to 32 college credit hours as juniors and seniors, offering students access to even more career opportunities and a way to jump-start their college educations.
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