Grayson College’s Foundation kicked off their annual scholarship campaign with a reception and piano recital Thursday night in Denison. The goal for the 2015 campaign is $350,000.
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Tssst, tst, tst, tssst, tst, tst, tssst… The rhythm of the cymbal echoed down the hallway of Denison High School Wednesday morning, a tinny metronome before lunch period. The muffled sound of a trombone’s whah-whah grew louder as a pair of visitors entered the new building’s Ensemble Room.
In her 21-year career as a kindergarten teacher in the Callisburg ISD, Kenda Webb Delashaw touched the lives of hundreds of students. Now, a new scholarship at North Central Texas College will ensure that her legacy as a teacher will be carried on for years to come.
Every year the Bellwether Awards recognize innovative and unique college programs that lead community education towards the future. This culminates in an exclusive event to recognize the best colleges in instructional programs and services; workforce development; and planning, governance and finance.
The Sherman Independent School District Board of Trustees will hold a workshop to discuss the district budget and food service planning at their next meeting, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Sherman ISD Service Center.
For the first time in over a decade, the Denison Independent School District held a district-wide spelling bee on Wednesday selecting representatives from fifth through eighth grades to face off at Scott Middle School for the district championship.
TOM BEAN — After years of trying to convince local voters to fund a new elementary school, Tom Bean Independent School District’s primary educators finally have a new home. The school’s 300 students and their instructors took residency in a brand new, $10 million facility when they returned from winter break earlier this month.
One year ago, Lamar Elementary staff, as well as their students, were tired.
Six Grayson College students were recognized by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival for their performance and behind-the-scenes roles in the college’s recent production of “Art.” The festival attracts theater departments from community colleges and four-year institutions across Texas and the United States.
Some statements President Barack Obama made this week about community colleges caused local education leaders to take notice.