Sex education and campus improvement plans were the two major issues before the Sherman Independent School District Board of Trustees Monday night.
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DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University has scheduled “SE Live Open House and Native American Visitation Day’’ for Nov. 12, on the Durant campus.
The Bearcat Bistro is perhaps as intimate and trendy a place to eat lunch as there is in Sherman. The restaurant seats 40 people at the most. The walls are covered with paintings from local artists and hand-arranged floral bouquets adorn the tables. The menu changes constantly, allowing the talented young chefs to explore different cuisines. And it’s easy to hear the bell, so none of the chefs will be late to algebra.
A group of students from Sherman High School made the short drive to Denison Thursday morning. They jogged out onto the practice football field at Denison High School. On the field, they lined up against the Denison students. And they danced.
It looks, for all the world, like a courtroom. From the swinging wooden door leading to the witness stand to the imposing leather chairs of the judge’s bench. It is easy to imagine real attorneys conferring quietly with their clients at the provided tables, but this courtroom wasn’t built for practicing law. It was built for studying it.
Joe Richardson and Paulina Wells were crowned S&S High School Homecoming king and queen on Friday during halftime of the Rams game.
DURANT – Southeastern Oklahoma State University has received a $1.1 million grant from the United States Department of Education to support Native American students who plan on careers in early childhood education.
HOWE - For students at Howe High School who aspire to become teachers, a new opportunity will soon be available to follow in the footsteps of one of the town’s most beloved educators. The Arthur A. Boyle Memorial Education Scholarship will honor the wish of the former Howe teacher, coach, principal and superintendent to further education in the community.
When “Godspell” premiered in 1971, none of Grayson College’s theatre students were alive. Even though it has played around the world, including a Broadway revival in 2011, some have never heard of it. But that hasn’t stopped them from tackling the material with interest and enthusiasm.
During a brief lull in Denison’s homecoming festivities Thursday evening, after the parade but before the community pep rally, the Denison High School Alumni Association hosted a celebration of a more formal sort. Hundreds of Denison residents came to the high school cafeteria to recognize some of the school’s storied graduates.