The Black and Blue Showdown is friendly competition between the Trinity (Black) and LD Bell (Blue) sides of HEB ISD. All food donations go to food pantries right here in our community to help families who qualify as economically disadvantaged.
The goal of this collaborative effort between 6 Stones and the City of Bedford is to harvest half of the crop and give it back to the HEB community. We believe it will be a learning experience as well as a rewarding endeavor to help economically challenged families, including the ones who visit us at the New Hope Center each week. Planting seeds and changing lives is what we are all about!
Bring your kids and join us at 6 Stones for Family Serve Day! This will be a special day for you and your kiddos to serve together with jobs that will suit every age group. From toddlers to teenagers – they can ALL get involved! (once per quarter)
Food Share Partners is a coalition of non-profits that pool warehouse and transportation resources in order to share food with as many families and children in the north Texas area as possible. We are currently serving 1,300,000+ clients!
Over 55% of students attending HEB ISD are considered economically disadvantaged. Over 750 students have been identified as homeless. HEB ISD has a Family Support Service Office that assists families with emergency food, Medicaid and SNAP applications and referrals to various community agencies.
There is no University Interscholastic League (UIL) soccer program for Junior High boys in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District (HEB ISD). Liga HEB, an intramural soccer program run in partnership between 6 Stones and HEB ISD, helps to keep at-risk students engaged by providing them a motivational outlet through the World's Game.