As the school year wraps up and the summer sets in, seven Honey Grove ISD faculty and staff will take the opportunity to retire. With them, the district loses a combined total of 225 years of experience.
Forty two Honey Grove ISD seniors graduated Friday evening, 36 of whom graduated with distinction.
Thursday evening was a joyous occasion in downtown Honey Grove, during which 42 ambitious seniors from Delta, Fannin and Lamar counties earned Dr. Joanne Olivard Scholarship awards.
The newly released funds come after educators and state Democrats urged the governor to unlock the pandemic relief money as schools plan their budgets for the next school year.
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.
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.
Paris, North Lamar, Detroit ISDs have discontinued remote learning through the rest of the week because of technical issues due to rolling blackouts.
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.
Two Honey Grove High School Band students, Joey and Mackenzie Stephenson have been named to the Association of Texas Small School Bands all state band. Mackenzie plays the clarinet, while Joey plays the tuba. Both took first chair at area competition and qualify for the Texas All State Band.…
Honey Grove ISD will have a 10 a.m. start time tomorrow and buses will run two hours later than normal, according to a Facebook post.
As the most recent Covid-19 surge subsides and with the help of rapid tests available from the state, Honey Grove ISD has most of its staff and students back in class. And planning for the next school year has already begun.
Three high school bands in the Red River Valley got to march in the Alamodome in San Antonio on Monday and Tuesday, bringing state accolades with them.
The board members discussed the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas report, for which they scored 100 out of 100, ranking them as a superior school system, Superintendent Todd Morrison said.
The meeting will predominantly focus on tracking the school’s finances for the school year, through the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas report.
State lawmakers had previously asked the Texas Education Agency to seek a federal waiver to cancel the standardized tests.
The Honey Grove ISD Board of Trustees will select a president, vice president and secretary when it meets at 6 p.m. Monday in the Honey Grove ISD Board Room, 1206 N. 17th St.
Red River Valley schools continue to report active Covid-19 cases. Honey Grove High School closed Friday for a four-day weekend after a high school athlete tested positive Thursday.
This year, Red River Valley school districts tried something they’d never done before: remote learning. But for many, it hasn’t seemed to be working.
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.