The North Lamar ISD board of trustees will meet at 6 p.m. Monday for a regular meeting and again at 7:30 a.m. Thursday for a special meeting to consider the proposed 2022 tax rate and to approve the 2021-2022 budget.
Each six weeks, Stone Middle School Principal Dee Hudson recognizes students nominated by their teachers for showing excellent citizenship or going above and beyond in their school work. Two ‘Star Students’ are chosen from each grade level. Students receiving an outstanding achievement award…
North Lamar High School senior Madison Bridgers, left, is the recipient of a scholarship by the Lamar-Delta Retired Teachers and School Employee Association. The $1,000 scholarship was awarded by past president Sheila Daughtrey.
Two scholarships were recently awarded by the North Lamar ISD TSTA/NEA chapter to then seniors Madison Bridgers and Hannah Crosswhite. The $300 scholarships were named after former educators, Rozann Dawson and JoNel Eads, who both retired from Everett Elementary. Presenting the scholarships …
Before a packed gymnasium and an overflow crowd in the auditorium, 167 North Lamar High School graduates completed a chapter in their lives and moved on to new challenges Saturday night amid a sea of blue and gold.
Forty-four North Lamar graduates were awarded scholarships from the North Lamar Education Foundation totaling $23,000. Scholarships may be used at junior colleges, colleges, universities, and vocational and technical schools.
Isla Taber, Bonnie Dong and Joseph Franklin have been selected as the North Lamar High School Marching Band Drum Majors for the 2021-2022 School Year. The soon-to-be seniors will be leading the award winning North Lamar Panther Band next year on the football field in their marching show enti…
After a long and successful career serving students at both Paris and North Lamar High Schools, beloved local educator Judy Weatherford retired Friday to spend her golden years with family — the ones she’s related to anyways.
Alex Nava, a senior at North Lamar High School, was awarded a $180,000 scholarship by the U.S. Marine Corps.
With rain in the forecast, North Lamar ISD is moving the graduation ceremony inside on Saturday.
North Lamar High School senior Bridgitte Collard was presented the Jay M. Hoskins Memorial Scholarship on Thursday by the Marine Corps League.
A mural painted by a North Lamar High School senior who recently enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps memorializes the life and service of former student and fallen Marine Sgt. Jay Hoskins.
“One of the things we have to do to get our kids back and to get our average daily attendance up is to raise expectations in the classroom,” Assistant Superintendent Angela Chadwick told trustees at a meeting last week.
The North Lamar High School 2021 Honor Graduates were honored with a breakfast May 18 at The Hidden Willow. Graduates introduced their parents and a special guest invited by the graduate. Principal Mark Keith presented a blanket to each graduate that was sponsored by a person or organization…
Donato Curvino earned his Eagle Scout award after repairing and rebuilding the flowerbeds at First Presbyterian Church, his troop’s charter organization. The flowerbeds had been severely damaged after February’s snowstorm.
After a couple years of uncertainty, and a concentrated effort by the North Lamar ISD administrative team, the district’s finance director presented a first-run balanced budget, almost a phenomenon.
The annual Kids Marathon raced to a close Monday afternoon, as students and families gathered to run the final 1.2 miles of the marathon, even with the rain.
This summer, North Lamar ISD will connect with children 18 and younger and enrolled students with disabilities up to 21 years old with healthy, no cost summer meals through the Seamless Summer Program.
The United Way of Lamar County's Kids Marathon Finale is still scheduled for today at the Trail de Paris, entrance next to Love Civic Center Pavilion, from 4 to 6 p.m.
The seventh and eighth grades Gifted and Talented students at Stone Middle School presented their semester projects to classes at Bailey Intermediate and Higgins Elementary.
Aaron Parker Elementary Principal Kristin Hughes has announced the following students have achieved academic excellence for the fourth six weeks.