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Paris ISD’s Board of Trustees offered no update on the district’s inclusion of face masks in its dress code as an injunction against it remains in effect and the case has yet to go to trial.

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Chisum ISD has 85 new students in attendance this year, and it has received a 98 out of 100 in the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas. The board approved securing bids for a school truck as well as two utility buses.

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The Texas Department of Public Safety would like to remind the public that they play an important role in ensuring the school buses make it to their destinations safely each day.

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North Lamar ISD trustees learned the district received the state’s highest score for financial accountability at a Monday night meeting during which the board approved several campus improvement plans and listened as a taxpayer expressed his concern about the possibility of critical race theory being taught in the district.

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On Friday, Mrs. Preston and Ms. Hiner’s 4-year-old classes along with Ms. Yerby’s kindergarten class from Central Presbyterian Day School enjoyed a visit to the fire station on North Main Street for Fire Safety Month.

North Lamar ISD board of trustees are to conduct public hearings on the district’s state compensatory education funding and its state financial accountability rating when the board meets at 6 p.m. Monday in the Roy C. Chadwick Administration Office, 3130 N. Main St.

Paris ISD’s Board of Trustees are to receive the 2020-21 audit report from Johnna McNeal with Malnory McNeal & Co. when it meets at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Elaine Ballard Administration Building, 1920 Clarksville St.

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Stone Middle School Principal Dee Hudson recently recognized September’s ‘Star Students’. Two students per grade were nominated by their teachers for showing excellent citizenship or going above and beyond in their school work. Students receiving the outstanding achievement award from sixth …

T.G. Givens Early Childhood Center invited parents to join their child for P.E. activities earlier this week as part of “Take Your Parent to P.E. Week.” Parents were introduced to their child’s physical education program during the event and encouraged to engage throughout the year. The even…

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The program outline is designed to foster students in such a manner that there will be academic success and personal growth.