Southlake’s 2019 Water Conservation Plan, Watering Schedule and Helpful Programs

The permanent water schedule will continue according to the 2019 Water Conservation Plan. City Council recently reviewed the first reading of the new plan at the April 2 City Council meeting.

Under the water conservation plan, Southlake Water Utilities Customers can operate their landscape irrigation systems at least twice per week any time before 10 a.m. and after 6 p.m.

There is no cost to adopt this plan and it includes other cost savings methods as well, such as reducing or delaying the need for new supplies, pipeline delivery, capacity improvements and the use of new cellular technology which allows users to review their water consumption 24/7 and detect for leaks inside the home through an EyeOnWater App.

Residents can also take advantage of the City’s W.I.S.E. Guys Program, where a licensed irrigator will be assigned to conduct a free irrigation evaluation to determine rather or not there are leaks outside of the home.

The Water Conservation Plan is required by the Texas Administrative Code. The plan is updated and resubmitted on a five-year cycle. Since the last updated was conducted in April 2014, the next update falls this year on May 1.

Click on the links to more about the City’s water conservation programs and EyeOnWater app video



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Get your garden ready for spring at TCC Horticulture Program’s plant sale

Spring is here and so is Tarrant County College’s annual plant sale, featuring items grown by TCC Horticulture Program students. This year’s sale will feature more than 50 varieties of flowers, vegetables and herbs.

The sale is set for Friday, April 5, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday, April 6, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at TCC Northwest (4801 Marine Creek Pkwy., Fort Worth, WFAB walkway). Members of the public are invited to shop flowering annuals and perennials including pentas, marigolds, begonias, lantana, verbena and zinnias; foliage plants such as helichrysum and citronella

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Basketball Programs Rack Up Postseason Awards

Both the Dragon Basketball and Lady Dragon Basketball teams made playoff runs this season. The Boys Basketball team won six out their last seven games to make a late push to earn a spot in the postseason tournament. As for the Lady Dragons, they started their district schedule with a quick four-game winning streak and remained consistent throughout their district schedule and secured fourth place and a playoff birth in the very competitive District 6-5A.

The Dragons Boys team fell in the bi-district round to a tough Lewisville team 66-57, and the Lady Dragons lost in a thriller in the same round to a very talented Irving MacArthur team by one point 44-43.

Although the season may have ended earlier than both teams had hoped for, the postseason recognitions have begun to show just how hard these student-athletes worked this season. The follow Dragons and Lady Dragons have been recognized for their hard work both on and off the court.

Dragon Basketball

Brandon Haddock – District 5-6A Co-Offensive Player of the Year, Academic All-District

Jonathan Zapinski – District 5-6A First Team All-District, Academic All-District

Dylan Hatton – District 5-6A Second Team All-District, Academic All-District

Blake Smith – District 5-6A Second Team All-District, Academic All-District

Ari Tolbert – District 5-6A Honorable Mentions

Danny Sommerhalder – District 5-6A Honorable Mentions, Academic All-District

Bryson McDade – Academic All-District

Christian Pontaoe – Academic All-District

Nick Cabral – Academic All-District

Dalton Coleman – Academic All-District

Jake Terry – Academic All-District

Zach Zvonecek – Academic All-District

Lady Dragon Basketball

Jillian Sowell – District 5-6A Offensive Player of the Year

Claire Reynolds – District 5-6A  First Team All-District

Jordyn Sowell – District 5-6A  First Team All-District; Academic All-District

Kaelyn Riley – District 5-6A  Second Team All-District

Brittney Flexer – District 5-6A Second Team All-District

Allyson Medici -District 5-6A  Honorable Mentions; Academic All-District

Rachel Seyler – Academic All-District

Claire Reynold – Academic All-District

Sarah Goodman – Academic All-District

Kelsey Boyette – Academic All-District

Kaelyn Riley – Academic All-District

Kalila Fambro – Academic All-District

Alanna Bruce – Academic All-District

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Exciting New Preschool Programs Coming to Southlake Parks and Recreation This Spring

Our preschool programs are designed to help young children develop their gross and fine motor skills, learn something new and have fun with friends in a safe and supportive environment.

Whether your little one loves sports or music, science or dance, we’ve got the perfect program for you! You can register for all of the following programs through our online portal. If you would like more information, please call Southlake Parks and Recreation at (817) 748-8019.

MusicMakers for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Journey into the world of music-making as your child explores a variety of instruments including sticks, shakers, drums, bells and tambourines.
Ages: 18 Months to 4 Years
April Dates: April 8–29 (Mondays) & April 16–23 (Tuesdays)
May Dates: May 6–27 (Mondays) & May 7–28 (Tuesdays)
Learn more and register

Creative Movements for Parent and Me

This program helps children develop gross motor skills and music appreciation through various song and dance activities. Adults are encouraged to participate too, so be sure to wear clothes you can move in!
Ages: 18 Months to 4 Years
Dates: April 12–26
Learn more and register

Bricks 4 Kidz: Jr. Engineers!

This S.T.E.M.-based preschool program offers eight weeks of learning and fun! Each class includes an engaging lesson followed by a 3D building activity using Lego Duplo bricks.
Ages: 3–5
Dates: April 9 – May 21
Learn more and register

Tap and Ballet for Preschoolers

Designed with preschoolers in mind, these classes introduce kids to the basics of ballet and tap. Instructors focus on helping little dancers develop rhythm, coordination and self-esteem.
Ages: 3–5
April Dates: April 12–26
May Dates: May 3–10
Learn more and register

Tumbling for Tots & Sporties for Shorties

This program teaches the fundamentals of gymnastics on a floor mat, helping little gymnasts develop flexibility and strength.
Ages: 3–5
April Dates: April 12–26
May Dates: May 3–May 10
Learn more and register

Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Multi-Sport Clinics

These skills-based clinics introduce preschoolers to a variety of sports in one setting, teaching them the rules and essentials of each sport through fun games and activities.
Ages: 3–4
Dates: April 11 – May 30
Learn more and register

Two kids holding soccer ballsSoccerTots

SoccerTots uses kid-friendly games and drills to teach young children fundamental soccer skills. Instructor-to-student ratio is kept small to encourage individual growth.
Ages: 3–4 and 5–6
Dates: April 12 – May 31
Learn more and register

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Champions Club Public Grand Opening is Saturday, April 6, 2019! View the Experience Southlake Magazine for Champions Club Grand Opening Details, Spring 2019 Programs and More!

Champions Club at The Marq Southlake will celebrate its public grand opening on Saturday, April 6, 2019. Check out the special edition of Experience Southlake Magazine to learn more about Champions Club and see all the fun things happening in Southlake Parks and Recreation this spring!

Join us for the official public grand opening of Champions Club on Saturday, April 6 from 9:00am-8:00pm! Members and non-member are invited to tour the facility, learn about available memberships, try out our equipment, take a fitness class and enjoy activities for the whole family. More information will be available soon, so be sure to follow Champions Club on Facebook to stay up-to-date or visit

The Winter/Spring Experience Southlake Magazine is now live with Champions Club information! You can register online for all of our spring programs and athletic leagues, and you can also book your Champions Club rentals now for use once the facility opens.

Inside this issue of Experience Southlake Magazine, you’ll find more information about the programs and services we’ll be offering at Champions Club, including:

  • Group fitness classes
  • Personal training packages
  • Learn to swim classes and schedules
  • Rentals and party packages

You’ll also find information about our spring 2019 Parks and Recreation programming, including:

  • Youth and family programs
  • Nature programs at the Bob Jones Nature Center
  • Youth and adult athletics
  • Special events

As we put the final touches on Champions Club, in-person registration has been temporarily relocated to Legends Hall at The Marq Southlake.

To learn more about Champions Club services, rentals and memberships, please call (817) 748-8955. For information about our recreational programs, leagues and events, please call (817) 748-8019.

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Soccer Programs Wrap Up Pre-District; Prepare for District Play

Both Soccer Programs have officially wrapped up their pre-district calendar and turned their eyes on their upcoming district schedule. The Lady Dragon Soccer program wrapped up pre-district with a perfect trip through the Georgetown in the Governor’s Cup and Dragon Soccer ended pre-district with an impressive win over a talented L.D. Bell squad.

Lady Dragon Soccer

Pre-district wrapped up at the Governor’s Cup this past weekend with the Lady Dragon’s outscoring their opponents 10-2. They took down talented teams from Leander Rouse, San Antonio Johnson and East View High School in route to the cup win.

Currently the Lady Dragon’s sit atop the TASCO 6A Girls Soccer State Rankings and 14th overall in the nation by MaxPreps. They head into district play with an overall record of 9-0-1 with the tie being against Harvard Westlake out of Studio City, California who is currently ranked number 31 by MaxPreps in the nation for girls soccer.

The Dragons are led in scoring and assists by senior Taylor Tuft who has 10 of each. Madi Drenowatz has netted eight goals during the pre-district schedule as well. Senior keeper Madi Martin has already racked up six shutouts and 36 saves on the season.

The Lady Dragons will head into district play this Friday night at 7:00 against Keller High School at Dragon Stadium.

Dragon Soccer

The Dragons wrapped up pre-district with an impressive win over L.D. Bell on Tuesday. Coach Aaron Cottrell has introduced a new element into the games by naming a “Man of the Match” after each game. This game’s honor goes to Carlos Trevino who netted two goals in the match.

The Dragons head into district play with a perfect 10-0-0 record and are currently ranked fourth in the nation by’s Winter Fab 50 and fifth in the state of Texas by MaxPreps.

The team has outscored their opponents this season 34-5 overall. Their tough defense and explosive offense have been hard for opposing teams to figure out thus far.

The team heads into district play this Friday night on the road at Keller High School at 7:00 pm. Follow @SLDragonSoccer on twitter for up to date scores and stats throughout the season.

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Soccer Programs Open Season With Impressive Tournament Performances

The Lady Dragon and Dragon Soccer Programs are off to hot starts in the pre-district portion of their schedules. Both teams have competed impressively in multiple tournaments.

Lady Dragon Soccer

The Lady Dragons competed in the National Elite Prep Showcase (NEPS) the holiday break. NEPS is a showcase that matches up some of the top girl’s soccer programs in the country. The showcase was played at Dragon Stadium and various other stadiums around DFW. The Lady Dragons opened the tournament with a 5-0 shutout of Boerne Champion. Senior Taylor Tuft notched her first hat trick of the season scoring three goals on the opening game. The Lady Dragons went on to finish the tournament 3-0-1 after a draw in the final game. The girls outscored their opponents throughout the national showcase tournament 20-1.

The Lady Dragons carried the scoring over to their three games this past weekend against tough local competition.  Friday, the Lady Dragons played a tough match against the team that ended their 2018 season, Allen. A late goal from Madi Drenowatz sealed the 1-0 victory for the ladies. The Lady Dragons would go on to sweep the weekend with victories over Arlington Martin and Plano.

The Lady Dragons will be traveling to Birkelback Stadium on Thursday to take on Leander Rouse at 10:50 am in the opener of the Lady’s Governor’s Cup Tournament in Georgetown.

Dragon Soccer

The Dragon Soccer Program, under first-year Dragon Coach Aaron Cottrell have opened the season on a hot streak.

The Dragons rolled through the Richland tournament over the holiday break taking care of playoff Perennial team Bowie High School in the opener 3-1. They went on to shut out Eaton High School 6-0 and Trinity 3-0 to cap off the tourney. Robbie Pino had two goals in the Trinity game.

Dragon Soccer opened their home schedule before a raucous crowd with a 3-1 win over Arlington Sam Houston last week. Sam Houston is often considered a powerhouse in high school boy’s soccer. Nolan Mikolasik, Preston Myers and Carlos Trevino netted goals for the Dragons.

The Dragons headed south to Georgetown for the boy’s Governor’s Cup. This tournament is one of the biggest in the state for high school boy’s soccer. The Dragons kept their high scoring offense alive on this trip outscoring their opponents 11-0 over the tournament. The Dragons took down Deer Park, Wolfforth Frenship and San Angelo Central over the weekend trip.

The Dragons will return to action on January 18 versus Colleyville Heritage at Dragon Stadium at 7:30

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Carroll ISD 2018 Veteran’s Day Programs

Veterans Day is Sunday, November 11, and all 11 campuses in Carroll ISD will be taking time out of their regular schedules to celebrate and honor those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.

Each campus has prepared a special ceremony or recognition and is inviting any family, friends, or members of the community who have served in the military to attend and be honored by Carroll students, faculty and staff on this special day. Check the list below to see the activities planned for your campus.

Carroll Elementary:
CES Veterans Day “Wall of Honor” Choir Performance and Guest Speaker – Monday, November 12 – 8:15 a.m.

Johnson Elementary:
Veteran’s Day Program – Monday, November 12 – 8:00 am Breakfast for Veterans in the Cafeteria

Old Union Elementary:
Veteran’s Day Program – Monday, November 12th at 9:00 am and 6:00 pm

Rockenbaugh Elementary:
Veteran’s Day Performance – Thursday, November 8, 2018, in the RES Cafeteria – 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

Walnut Grove Elementary:
Veteran’s Day Assembly and Performance by Third Grade – Thursday, November 8 – 6:00 pm for Families
Veteran’s Day Assembly and Performance by Third Grade – Friday, November 9th 8:30 – Honoring Guest Veterans

Durham Intermediate:
Veteran’s Day Program – Friday, November 9 – 9:10-10:10 am – Reception following program fro attending Veterans

Eubanks Intermediate:
Annual Veteran’s Day program – November 9th – 9:00 a.m. Colonel Gavin Tade will be the guest speaker

Carroll Middle:
Veterans Day Assembly – Friday, November 9th, at 10:20 in the gym

Dawson Middle:
Celebration for Veterans Assembly Featuring the Dawson Choir and Band and Panel of Guest – Friday, November 9, 2:45

Carroll High:
CHS Veteran’s Day Reception – Monday, November 12 – 10:05a.m.

Carroll Senior High:
CSHS Veteran’s Day Program – Monday, November 12 – 10 am CSHS Main Gym

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Get Creative and Learn Something New in Southlake’s Summer Youth Programs

Our summer programs give kids of all ages the opportunity to unleash their creativity, make new friends and have a blast while school’s out.

Kreative Kids

Imagine the fun your little artist will have creating his or her own masterpieces! Crafts include Father’s Day gifts, birdhouse bird feeders, Fourth of July placemats, Mason jar vases and more.

Dates: June 11 – July 1
Time: Mondays, 2:15 – 3:15 p.m.
Registration: $75
Ages: 4–8
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Lil’ Chefs

Lil’ Chefs is a hands-on, creative class where chefs-in-training will learn to mix, measure, decorate and taste. Recipes include beach cupcakes, firecracker cookies, pirate party snacks, octopus hot dogs, pizza quesadillas, summer fun shakes and much more!

Dates: June 11 – July 1
Time: Mondays, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Registration: $75
Ages: 4–8
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Youth Safety Tools

This class teaches kids how to be observant of their surroundings and make wise, safe decisions. Kids ages 7-12 will learn how to stay safe while walking to school, interacting with strangers, dealing with bullies and so much more. We’ll even cover best practices in technology, from using the internet and social media to identifying programs that are bad for your devices.

Date: Saturday, June 16
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Registration: $59
Ages: 7–12
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You can register for all of these programs online or in person at Southlake Town Hall (1400 Main Street, Suite 210). For more information, please contact Southlake Parks and Recreation at 817-748-8019.

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