Gov. Greg Abbott has signed an executive order closing Texas schools through May 4 and ordering non-essential businesses to close during the coronavirus pandemic.
With Fannin County officials planning to order residents to shelter in place, Honey Grove ISD will mail educational packets rather than pass them out. Daily meals will continue to be served, officials say.
It’s not easy for some parents to transition to a home schooling environment at such short notice. Two kindergarten teachers and an experienced homeschooling mother say the best advice is to be organized and diligent, Also, to continue to breathe and relax.
With Gov. Greg Abbott’s decision to waive student testing requirements amid an extended COVID-19 school break, local superintendents were freed to concentrate on instituting remote learning opportunities so students don’t fall behind.
The COVID-19 school break for Lamar County students will continue through March 27, a decision made this afternoon by the county's superintendents.
Although there are no reported cases of COVID-19 in Lamar and surrounding counties, schools will remain closed for an additional week of spring break, according to school officials.
Honey Grove student Ben Patrick was elected the state Beta Vice-President at the recent Texas State Beta Convention. This is the fourth year in a row that the newly elected Vice-President is from Honey Grove.
Candidate filing is over, and now campaigning can start for nonpartisan elections in cities and school districts across Northeast Texas.
She and her students see the food program meeting a practical need in their schools, and it shows students how their actions can make a difference, Ruth Ann Jones said.
The two-year contracts of Honey Grove ISD’s elementary, middle and high school principals are up for approval during Monday night’s board of trustees meeting.
Honey Grove and Chisum ISDs have approved their superintendents’ contracts until 2023, following annual audits and evaluations.
While the superintendent supports religious liberty and the new federal guidelines, Allen’s situation was blown out of proportion, Honey Grove Superintendent Todd Morrison said.
A guest of honor, 95-year-old Truman Hawkins received a tour of Honey Grove ISD’s new turf field and facilities — a sight very different from the grass sod they used to play on, he said.
The Honey Grove ISD board discussed upcoming calendars at each campus, each one jam-packed with events: canned food drives, picture days, letterman jacket fittings and special holiday schedules.
Honey Grove ISD will select their candidate for Lamar County Appraisal District and address multiple financial items at their meeting today.
Honey Grove ISD ESL coordinator Maria Litovsky’s approach to English Language Learners is to help them adjust to day-to-day life as a student and integrate the language as smoothly as possible.
HONEY GROVE — Honey Grove ISD kicked off the new school year by passing its new budget and a lower tax rate.
Football season is another week closer, and each of our local teams completed the first week of scrimmages. More scrimmages will take place Thursday and Friday, and a full schedule of the scrimmage slate can be seen on today’s sports page.
HONEY GROVE — Honey Grove ISD is the second school district in Texas to install Enseo’s MadeSafe panic button system, designed for instant communication in emergency situations.
Honey Grove Parent Teacher Organization's Warrior Fun Run on Saturday will feature vendors, food, a street party and contests.
HONEY GROVE — Students who bring cellphones to school will have to turn them off during instructional and meal periods if a new school policy under trustees’ consideration is approved.