Pine Tree ISD has scheduled a student COVID-19 vaccination clinic 4 to 7 p.m. Monday in the high school cafeteria.
In the past year, school nurses have been vital to keep schools open in the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to their typical duties, Spring Hill ISD nurse Jaymie Walton said even more duties were added in the past year.
Marshall ISD waived its mask requirement Tuesday, no longer requiring students, staff and visitors to wear face coverings on district campuses and inside buildings.
Longview ISD trustees on Monday approved buying nearly two dozen new cameras for some of the district’s older buses among a variety of purchases meant to improve the district.
The first round of Longview High School graduates participated in smaller spring graduation ceremonies Monday leading up to a larger, more traditional commencement scheduled for Friday.
Sabine High School scored more academic contest points than any other 3A school at the University Interscholastic League state meet. Sabine’s success was part of a strong showing at the contest by Longview-area districts.
Local school districts are set to receive millions in the latest round of federal stimulus relief, but they won’t be getting all their money at once.
A judge has dismissed a Texas State Teachers Association lawsuit against Longview ISD over its expansion of Senate Bill 1882 charter schools.
Most of Mia Bustamante’s extended family lives in Venezuela, so she says helping people in another country is special to her. That led her to be part of a fundraiser at Hudson PEP Elementary School to build a water well for a community in Uganda.
On Friday, Spring Hill Primary School kindergarten students flew to California and visited the San Diego Zoo — all without leaving their classroom.
Students at Longview ISD’s Hudson PEP Elementary School will be engaging in lessons that give them a more rigorous education now that the campus has earned a certification from the National Institute for STEM Education.
For students experiencing sexual assault or harassment in schools, resources are in place to help them safely seek help.
This past spring, the COVID-19 pandemic altered the graduation experience for students across East Texas. This year, administrators are determined to make sure the class of 2021 has its moment.
Music is what fifth-grader Johnathan Miranda says he is most thankful for, and Thursday, he received a free guitar to help him feed that passion.
The Greater Longview Organization for Business and Education continued its tradition of honoring local teachers Wednesday at its Teacher of the Year reception at LeTourneau University.
Longview ISD officials are looking to save hundreds of thousands of dollars a year by possibly changing how the district rehires retired educators.
Trial was set to start this week in a lawsuit brought by the Texas State Teachers Association against the Longview ISD school board, but the case was delayed to August as the district tries to have it dismissed.
Life threw Longview High School senior Cooper Mayes curveball after curveball, but who better to help him navigate those challenges than a baseball coach?
White Oak ISD has expanded its physical education to include archery, and Superintendent Brian Gray said he hopes it can become a lifetime sport or hobby for students.
The children at Birch Elementary School start and end their days on a positive note with music and sharing good news with teachers. While actions like this seem small, school leaders say it has made all the difference in campus culture.
Foster Middle School sixth-grader Kiley Strong says she gets butterflies thinking about being a published author, and that’s exactly what one teacher has made happen for her.
A group that has been supplying COVID-19 testing at a local church will have vaccines against the virus available this week at Longview High School and will continue to offer them afterward.
Early voting started Monday, and Longview ISD Place 3 candidate Dr. Samir Germanwala still is engaging voters with hopes to get on the school board.
Longview ISD could get more than $8 million in federal stimulus money because of COVID-19, and on Monday a state advocacy group working to get schools the funds paid a visit to Longview High School.
The May 1 election will bring a new face to the Longview ISD school board to replace longtime Trustee Chris Mack, who stepped down this past year.
Drew Seidel and Rob Woods hope to bring a new perspective to the Pine Tree ISD school board as Place 2 candidates.
Members of the Longview ISD community spoke Thursday with Superintendent James Wilcox on topics such as charter agreements, staffing and remote learning.
Tiffany Angus spent the first of what she hopes will be many events engaging with Longview ISD stakeholders Tuesday night discussing her district goals and answering questions from parents.
When Constance Mendez’s students walked into her classroom Monday, they were transported to Andy’s bedroom from the now-classic movie “Toy Story.”
Longview ISD is the only district of its size classification in the state to win a Magna Award from the National School Boards Association. The award honored the district's public Montessori program.
The mother of a Pine Tree High School student is upset that her son will not be able to attend his senior prom because of a policy regarding remote learning the district said has been in place all school year.
Agriculture students at New Diana High School not only are learning about growing food, they’re also discovering the value of giving their harvest to the community.
Not long ago, Shannon Payne was studying radiology at Kilgore College, but she knew it wasn’t really what she wanted to do.