Before you know it, the last day of summer will stand before us. School districts have been preparing for another school year, and they want you to be prepared as well. Below are few notices school districts in Grayson County wanted to share:
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Teachers can’t hotfoot it out of Kansas fast enough, creating a substantial shortage expected only to get much worse. Why?
JENNINGS, Mo. — The list was a familiar one to the counselors looking at the projector screen inside the Jennings high School cafeteria.
WASHINGTON — Just 13 states require home-school instructors to have minimum qualifications, in most cases a high school diploma.
A group of 17 elementary students had to pull up their sleeves and grab a pair of latex gloves as they dove into experiments in “Mad Science,” one of Grayson College’s Youth Summer of Discovery camp programs.
DURANT, Okla. – Larry Acker will bring 20 years of experience to the newly-created position of director of university marketing at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. He begins his new duties on Aug. 3 after spending the past nine years as assistant director of public relations at Lamar University in Beaumont.
In a few short weeks, Austin College graduate student Kellie Day will start her first job out of college as a teacher at Terrell Elementary School in Denison. And for the past 10 days, Day and seven other AC teaching students have gotten a preview of what they’re in for.
Sherman band students check their foot placement during the first day of band camp for the full band Wednesday afternoon.
DENTON — Leaving home at the age of 16 isn’t common for most teens, but the Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science on the University of North Texas campus provides just that opportunity. It’s a residential program for gifted and talented students considering STEM careers and looking for a more rigorous curriculum.
POTTSBORO — The Pottsboro Independent School District the board of trustees decided Monday night, to give taxpayers a little break. The board is poised to drop the tax rate a penny and a half. The board did not adopt the proposed tax rate, but the decrease from $1.19 per $100 valuation to $1.175 will be discussed at an upcoming public hearing.