“We are going to resume our discussion with our district Community Advisory Committee at this time to discuss a possible bond election in May, North Lamar Superintendent Kelli Stewart said at a Thursday board meeting.
North Lamar ISD continues virtual learning after assessing budget needs versus the possible loss of 40 to 50 online students.
Paris Junior College’s drama department will hold virtual auditions for the second production in PJC Drama’s Virtual/Reality Season, “Alice in Cyberspace,” on Oct. 29 and 30.
On Friday, firefighters Monty Middleton, Captain Chad Graves, Connor Wideman, Greg Janes and Caleb Michael from Station One made a special visit to the students of Central Presbyterian Day School. The students enjoyed a fire safety video, a tour of the fire engine and each student received a…
The Paris Junior College trustees will meet Monday evening to discuss a report on the registered nurse and licensed vocational nursing programs at the school.
On Oct. 17, Davis Green, pictured, Allyssa Standifer and Johnny Young competed in the Melissa Cardinal Autumn Classic UIL Tournament. This competition hosted 183 competitors over four states. Green placed third in persuasive extemporaneous speech, out of 20 competitors.
Clarksville ISD shut down last week as a safety precaution following a handful of coronavirus infections. Kids were away from school for 10 days but Superintendent Kermit Ward said a problem with student success may be parents.
Despite a roller coaster of events that marked the final months of the 2019-20 fiscal year, Paris ISD had a financially uneventful year, according to the district’s auditor.
The Clarksville ISD Board of Trustees elected to keep distance learning in place for all students at a Wednesday board meeting.
Remote learning will be coming to an end for students who are failing, Paris ISD trustees were told Monday as various campus leaders discussed their own plans for improving their schools and their quality of education.
The board will discuss and/or take action on the revocation of distance learning, authorize the bidding process on the Title I Gym and receive a report from Superintendent Kermit Ward.
North Lamar Superintendent Kelli Stewart will present an update on the district’s facilities, share information about a Covid-19 supplement and present a resolution regarding on-campus assessments for remote learners.
Seeking to attract more substitute teachers, Chisum ISD approved an increase in pay at Monday night’s meeting. The district — along with all the other schools in Lamar County — is finding a critical shortage of substitutes thanks to Covid-19.
More than 22 million Americans have already cast ballots in the 2020 election, shattering previous records. The 22.2 million ballots submitted as of Friday night represents 16% of all the votes cast in the 2016 presidential election, even as eight states are not yet reporting their totals an…
Paris Firefighters visited Aikin Elementary to talk to students about fire safety. One of the lessons that the firefighters stressed was how important it is to know your home address. Oliver Gonderman, Anthony Cortines, Oliver Bell and Marley Perry all knew their address and received a speci…
On Friday, the Central Presbyterian Day School kindergarten and 4-year-old classes enjoyed a walk downtown to the newly opened Downtown Pumpkin Patch. The students were treated to a story read by Pamela Brown followed by pumpkin decorating with glitter, paint, wiggly eyes and stickers. A fun…
“Red Lights Mean STOP!” is the theme for this year’s National School Bus Safety Week. The theme this year is to promote a heightened awareness of school bus safety for motorists.
Lamar County Head Start assembles outside each Friday where the kids sing and dance with their class.