The Clarksville ISD Board of Trustees has voted not to sell the district’s old elementary school building, but Superintendent Kermit Ward said a sale may be on the horizon.
State lawmakers had previously asked the Texas Education Agency to seek a federal waiver to cancel the standardized tests.
Clarksville ISD students are back in school following a week of remote learning due to rising cases in the district. While Superintendent Kermit Ward said he still believes in-person learning is the best option, the remote learning was still effective.
While some Red River Valley school districts are back in session after the Thanksgiving break, Detroit ISD and Clarksville ISD have taken time away from campus due to Covid, with classes canceled for the former.
With themed outfits and prizes, Clarksville ISD is making a serious topic more accessible to kids during Red Ribbon Week, a campaign to keep kids away from drugs.
Clarksville ISD crowned their Homecoming King, Ronomeke Rodriguez, and Queen, Madison Gill, at their homecoming football game Oct. 30 against Maud.
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.
The Clarksville ISD Board of Trustees elected to keep distance learning in place for all students at a Wednesday board meeting.
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.
Covid-19 cases remain steady at Red River Valley schools while the number of cases reported in Lamar County surge with an additional 207 cases reported last week by the Paris/Lamar County Health District.
Clarksville ISD has shut down for the remainder of the week due to a spike in Covid-19 cases amongst teachers. Superintendent Kermit Ward said due to the size of the district, it made sense to shut down the entire district temporarily.
The number of students quarantined because of close contact at school with individuals testing positive for Covid-19 continues to climb.
What the pandemic unveiled was yet another form of inequity of the haves and have nots, or more specifically, the middle class to affluent and the economically disadvantaged.
Clarksville ISD reports first Covid-19 case as Paris ISD cancels two district football games because of the novel coronavirus.
Covid-19 infections continue at some Red River Valley schools while others remain free of the novel coronavirus.
With the exception of Clarksville ISD and Detroit ISD, all schools in the Red River Valley are reporting at least one confirmed Covid-19 case among students and/or staff members.
As of Thursday, every district in the region, with the exception of Clarksville and Detroit, has at least one staff member or student out with the novel coronavirus. As of press time, it was not clear whether Rivercrest had reported a confirmed case.
Paris, North Lamar and Clarksville ISDs all welcomed students back to school today, with excitement and new safety precautions in place.
After months of schoolwork over the summer, Hunter Dwyre was rewarded for his dedication with a new Nintendo Switch. “I've had to put time limits on it,” Hunter’s mom Kelly McCormick said, laughing. “But he is absolutely having a blast with it.”
Starting Sept. 8, Texas education officials will require all school districts to fill out forms weekly reporting new cases, including whether the infections occurred on or off campus and if the campus closed as a result.
Clarksville taxpayers will see a decrease in their property tax rate for the coming year as the Clarksville ISD Board of Trustees lowered the rate to account for an increase in property values.