After a series of recent School Board decisions, Pottsboro Independent School District will join several other area schools in adding video cameras to its buses. The cameras, many districts say, provide a way to keep students safe and drivers focused.
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Sherman High School Homecoming King Samuel Dick, son of Marck and Angela Dick, and Queen Mary Kate Motley, daughter of Luke and Casey Motley, were crowned at Friday’s game.
Tuesday may have been a crisp, cool first day of autumn, but you couldn’t tell that inside Sherman High School. The hallways and classrooms were filled with students who looked as if they had just stumbled in from a tropical vacation. Loud Hawaiian shirts, leis, flip flops and wide-brimmed hats were ubiquitous, and old cameras and binoculars dangled from necks.
Maria Huerta passes by in a horse drawn carriage during the Sherman High School homecoming parade Monday night in downtown Sherman. The Bearcats will face the Prosper Eagles at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Bearcat Stadium.
DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University has scheduled Parents, Family and Friends Day for Saturday.
Denison Independent School District will be opening up their two newly-renovated campuses for the community to see. The public is welcome to see the improvements at B. McDaniel Intermediate school on Thursday and Scott Middle School on Oct. 2.
For 20 years, Sherman Independent School District has had a policy stating that its top students will be given a $1,500 scholarship from the Board of Trustees. But this came as news to some Board members. At their Monday night policy review workshop, the Board heard that this policy has not been followed for some time.
AUSTIN — Too much negative about former President George W. Bush, too much positive about Hillary Rodham Clinton and way too much coverage of Moses.
At Tuesday’s meeting, Superintendent Henry Scott shared some encouraging numbers with the Denison Independent School District Board of Trustees. After a long period of stagnation, DISD’s enrollment figures have now risen by 1.5 percent for the last two years in a row. The district started the new year with 4,515 students, breaking the 4,500 mark for the first time in several years.
During Monday’s Sherman Independent School District Board meeting, the Trustees heard some startling statistics on English language learners. Lauren Dill, the district’s director of bilingual education, said that over the course of seven years, the number of students in SISD’s bilingual and English as a second language programs has increased from 900 to over 1,500 this year.