Prairiland trustees finalized a deal for a massive solar farm project in Lamar and Red River counties.
Prairiland ISD trustees are expected to approve a tax limitation agreement with Delilah Solar Energy at a Tuesday meeting, and reorganize the board after the Nov. 3 election.
Brad Bassano, principal of Prairiland Junior High School, has announced the honor roll for the school’s first six weeks reporting period of the 2020-21 school year.
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.
Incumbents in Place 2 and Place 3 on the Prariland ISD board of trustees face challengers in the Nov. 3 General Election.
The number of students quarantined because of close contact at school with individuals testing positive for Covid-19 continues to climb.
Prairiland High School sophomore and Lamar County 4-H president Reese Bassano said even though this year has looked very different due to Covid-19, the club isn’t letting the pandemic get them down.
Since Prairiland ISD decided to halt remote learning plans, other Lamar County school districts are discussing how online learning is difficult for their students and their parents.
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.
Prairiland ISD looks to end remote learning option as more than half the district’s online students are failing.
From left: Extension Agent Laura Graves stands with Prairiland High School soph. Reese Bassano, Prairiland Junior High 8th grader Ty Shannon, Prairiland soph. Cadie Gray and Lamar County Judge Brandon Bell with the Lamar County Commissioners behind. Bassano, Shannon and Gray hold the proclam…
Prairiland ISD parents, students, community and staff have pulled together to guarantee that sound education continues even in all of the chaos caused by Covid-19.
“By keeping the kids safe, we’re keeping families safe,” Deport Mayor John Mark Francis said. The city used CARES Act funds to purchase three chemical foggers, bottles of industrial grade disinfectant and bottles of sanitizing solution to battle Covid-19 at Deport Elementary.
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.
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.
Today’s positive case is a Prairiland High School teacher, according to Superintendent Jeff Ballard.
A teacher assistant tested positive on Friday, according to Superintendent Jeff Ballard.
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.