The Chisum ISD board will discuss and vote on contracts for teachers, counselors, librarians and nurses at Monday night’s meeting.
Chisum ISD, students, faculty and staff and voting taxpayers continually prepare for success. Successes at Chisum ISD are constant and continuous and come in a variety of forms.
Scholarships were recently awarded to members of the Chisum FFA Chapter by the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo’s Calf Scramble Scholarship Committee.
The Helpful Honda team from North Texas Honda Dealers is seeking a local teacher to honor and reward in celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week in May.
NEW YORK — Students can safely sit just 3 feet apart in the classroom as long as they wear masks but should be kept the usual 6 feet away from one another at sporting events, assemblies, lunch or chorus practice, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday in relaxing its COVI…
The lifting of Gov. Greg Abbott’s statewide mask mandate Wednesday as active Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to fall has left the decision as to whether to require students to wear masks up to local school boards.
On March 6, Chisum High School students traveled to Sulphur Springs to compete in the UIL District 12-3A One Act Play contest. Performing their production of “Unexpected Tenderness,” Chisum placed first and advanced to the Bi-District contest later this month. Stage Manager Brianna Thompson,…
Registration for the annual Kids Marathon opens today. All Lamar County students in grades kindergarten through sixth are invited to participate.
High school students in Lamar County are learning life-long lessons through a program offered by the Texas Workforce Commission through the Lamar County Shared Services Arrangement.
Chisum ISD Beta students will be attending the national competition this summer.
Cassi Snell’s daughter, Cadriene Snell, a Chisum seventh grader in FFA, found a baby calf born in the early morning hours Feb. 15 while feeding cattle with her dad. She actually found two, but one didn’t make it. She was determined to save the one that did. So, she got the calf into the pick…
“We’ve got two floral design classes,” Chisum High School ag director Matt Preston said. “They are the ones propagating plants and starting others from seed.”
The Chisum ISD approved weather day waivers at Monday night’s meeting, and Superintendent Tommy Chalaire told the board about the damage from the storm. The district also was able to purchase a device for every student.
Just 12 artworks from Region 8 were selected to advance to the state competition this year, and one of the spots was earned by Chisum student Nicky Teichroeb.
Residents in cities and school districts throughout the Red River Valley will be going to the polls May 1 to determine who will serve on city councils and as school trustees for the coming year.
Chisum ISD will discuss and vote on administrative contracts at Monday night’s meeting.
Chisum ISD will be closed through Friday due to "current weather conditions and power outages," Superintendent Tommy Chalaire said Wednesday.
Although many area schools were off today for President's Day or for a teacher in-service day, some are planning to stay physically closed for the week due to the severe winter weather that's blanketed Texas in ice and snow.
Due to the threat of icy and inclement weather CISD will have at least a delayed start tomorrow. Students and staff will follow an alternate schedule for class meeting times.
On Thursday, 12 Chisum High School band students traveled to Sulphur Springs to compete in the UIL Region IV Solo and Ensemble Contest, and several advanced to state competition.
Kaci Williams said she didn't think she stood a chance at a national scholarship, but applied anyway. Now, the Chisum ISD senior is a semifinalist in the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation's Cooke College Scholarship.