“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.
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.
“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.
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.
The number of students quarantined because of close contact at school with individuals testing positive for Covid-19 continues to climb.
North Lamar High School crowned its homecoming king and queen Friday night. Pictured are Brian Slater and Addison Exum. The coronation took place during halftime of the NL Panthers football game at R. L. Maddox Stadium.
Along with the Nov. 3 General Election, a board of trustees election to fill two at-large positions at North Lamar ISD will happen the same day.
Community members are asked to join by showing their support for Lamar County teachers by lighting up their own homes and/or businesses with blue lights or ribbons this week.
North Lamar High School will crown the 2020 Homecoming King and Queen on Friday during the half-time activities at R.L. Maddox Stadium. The Panthers will play Liberty Eylau that night beginning at 7:30 p.m.
North Lamar district leadership team has worked tirelessly to develop health and safety guidelines to keep our students and staff safe.
Covid-19 infections continue at some Red River Valley schools while others remain free of the novel coronavirus.
North Lamar ISD implements Covid-19 Response Team as quarantine numbers increase.
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.
Superintendent Kelli Stewart will update Lamar ISD trustees on Covid-19 as the novel coronavirus affects school operations when trustees meet at 6 p.m. Monday at the administration building, 3130 N. Main St.
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.
The crowning of North Lamar’s Homecoming King and Queen has been rescheduled to half-time on Oct. 9 when the Panthers play their first district game against Liberty Eylau.
Both North Lamar and Prairiland ISD this morning reported Covid-19 cases at campuses, two at North Lamar High School and two at Prariland High School with another at Prairiland Junior High.