The Sherman Independent School District Board of Trustees voted on March 23 to not extend the contracts of Sherman High School Principal Peggy Van Marter and Assistant Superintendent Tyson Bennett.
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Grayson College spokesperson Shelle Cassell said representatives from area school boards, city and county governments are planning to attend a presentation at the College by Texas State Demographer Llyod B. Potter on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON — Governors in nearly a half-dozen states want to cut state spending on colleges and universities to help close budget shortfalls, often sparking vehement opposition among state lawmakers of both parties.
BONHAM — When Yazmin Villanueva enrolled in the Helping Our People Excel GED Program, she found the door open to the classroom that would lead her to a future career.
Grayson College Board of Trustee members will start their week off bright and early Monday with an 8:30 meeting to discuss, among other things, the possibility of a tuition increase. The meeting will take place in the Administration Building at the College’s Denison campus.
Testing schedule • March 30-April 1: end-of-course English I & II tests, grades 4 & 7 writing, grades 5 & 8 math & reading tests • April 21-22: grades 3, 4, 6 & 7 math & reading, grades 5 & 8 science, grade 8 social studies • May 4-6: end-of-course algebra i, biology, U.S. history
In a momentous turnabout, the Texas House’s lead public education policymaker said Wednesday the lower chamber will attempt to fix the way the state funds its public schools this legislative session rather than wait for a state Supreme Court ruling.
Democratic and some Republican Texas senators came out in force Thursday against a trio of divisive education proposals designed to award taxpayer — or donated — money to public school students to help pay tuition at private or parochial institutions.
The Denison Education Foundation and Denison Independent School District Superintendent Henry Scott surprised five recipients with spring grants to introduce or improve programs in the DISD classrooms.
In a unanimous vote Monday, the Sherman Independent School District Board of Trustees opted not renew the contract of Leigh Mahaffey, a Dillingham Elementary School teacher who was arrested earlier this month.