Welcome to the Travis UIL page! UIL stands for University Interscholastic League. We believe that participation in UIL academic events should help students develop oral language and communication skills, become independent readers and writers, develop conceptual understanding, learn to solve problems, and apply knowledge to all facets of their lives.
Discover the Benefits of UIL Academic Activities!
At Travis we believe that children:
D eserve opportunities to accept academic challenges,
I mprove with encouragement,
S oar when their talents are recognized and appreciated,
C limb to greater heights when given positive reinforcement,
O perate better from a supportive environment,
V isualize themselves as successful,
E nergize teachers, administrators and each other,
R each a greater level of achievement with praise, and
Y earn for opportunities to feel successful.
Look for information coming home soon regarding UIL participation.
4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade
Music Memory Music Memory Music Memory
Spelling Spelling Spelling
Ready Writing Ready Writing Ready Writing
Oral Reading Oral Reading Oral Reading
Number Sense Number Sense Number Sense
Maps, Graphs, Charts Maps, Graphs, Charts
For questions, contact Melanie Stubblefield, campus coordinator at 940-325-7801 or email@example.com.
****There will be a mandatory meeting for all those interested in trying out for a UIL team on Monday, September 26 from 3:30-4:30 in the cafeteria. Students will get a more in-depth look at the events offered and will then sign up for their top two choices if they decide to try out. Parents are welcome to attend this meeting, but it is not mandatory. STUDENTS MUST HAVE A RIDE HERE BY 4:30 ON THIS DAY. THE BUSSES WILL NOT RUN FOR THIS MEETING. Please note GT students will be required to participate in at least two of the following events: UIL, BOB, or Science Fair.