Sabine Middle School hosts speaker
Kilgore ISD fifth-graders took a tour of the Kilgore Pak-Sher facility Oct. 24, where they got an up-close look at the plastic recycling process while also learning about the importance of recycling. In addition to free snacks and photo opportunities with the Chick-fil-A cow mascot, students also learned about the positive impact they could have on the environment by recycling "B.O.B.s".
Excitement began to build in the hallway at Tyler ISD’s Career and Technology Center as a group of visually impaired students waited outside of a classroom full of dogs.
HARLETON — Harleton ISD students have their target in sight.
The district has more than 170 students signed on to participate in its new archery program that will span across grades third through twelfth.
Despite rainy weather, the cooler temperatures could not put a damper on the warmth of the Tiger Spirit during East Texas Baptist University’s homecoming festivities this past weekend.
LeTourneau University’s Sting Precision Flight Team won second place overall recently at the regional NIFA SAFECON flight competition at the University of Oklahoma.
Next September, students dissatisfied with their ACT scores will be able for the first time to retake a selected portion of the college admission test without having to repeat the entire exam.
Panola College students, along with drama professor Karen King, earned recognition at the Texas Educational Theatre Association (TETA) Theatrefest 2019 in Dallas on Sept. 25-29. King was presented with the 2019 TETA Founders Award.
HALLSVILLE — Hallsville High School sophomore Landon King has used his artistic skill to design a tiger themed shoe that’s in the running for a $25,000 cash prize from Vans Shoes.
Panola College did a student survey last year and found some unexpected results: 45 percent of students were cutting meal sizes or skipping meals because they didn’t have enough money.
Kilgore ISD will host several “Parent University” informational and training sessions during the 2019-2020 school year to “help engage, educate, and equip parents to become leaders and advocates for their child’s learning.”
Marshall ISD students recently heard a story of second chances and a warning to make good decisions from author and motivational speaker Damon West.
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler is working to ensure students across East Texas know more about health science careers they can study close to home.
VICTORIA — One day, outside the agriculture building at Victoria East High School, there will be an area where students will be able to plant several different types of vegetables and learn more about horticulture.
Five Hallsville High School journalism students were named to the University Interscholastic League and Interscholastic League Press Conference All-State Journalism staff.
A fourth-grader who was bullied because of his handmade University of Tennessee T-shirt was just given a four-year scholarship to the college, the university said this past week.
Joshua Silva greeted Robert E. Lee High School students with fist-bumps and high-fives as they entered the building at Times Square Grand Slam to participate in Buddy Bowl, a bowling tournament hosted by Lee’s Best Buddies organization.
Students who say they were defrauded by colleges and want their education loans erased will have a tougher time seeking forgiveness under newly issued regulations from the Trump administration.
Girls from the sixth grade through college age were in attendance with more than 300 other people at the Henderson Civic Center to hear Miss America 2019 Nia Franklin speak at the seventh annual “I Am Beautiful Movement” workshop at the end of August. The “I Am Beautiful Movement” is a nonprofit organization founded by Toyia Jordan and her daughter, Destini Jordan, in 2013 to promote self-esteem in young girls. Pictured are, from left: Latrice Allison, Liyah Roberts, Miss America 2019 Nia Franklin, JaTavia Upshaw and Sharon Roberson-Jones.
Some Marshall ISD special needs students spent their summer earning money by working at area businesses thanks to a Texas Workforce Commission program.
More families than ever are taking advantage of the opportunity to customize their children’s education with a hybrid program through Grace Community School.
JEFFERSON — Jefferson High School seniors can now graduate with an extra skill set in their repertoire, thanks to a brand new Career and Technology Education (CTE) class added this year at Jefferson High School.
The U.S. Department of Education is accepting requests from cancer patients to have their student loan payments postponed while they undergo treatment.