MARSHALL — Wiley College’s radio station has spent the past two years building listeners, teaching students to DJ and most recently adding new programing.
HALLSVILLE — A Hallsville ISD elementary school has raised more than $5,000 to contribute to the district’s Angel Tree fund, which provides Christmas presents for families in need.
Kilgore ISD is moving ahead with the next steps for its recently passed bond packages, which will fund the construction of a new high school and various district improvements.
Longview ISD’s Ned E. Williams Magnet STEAM Academy held its SmartLab learning facility grand opening Thursday, demonstrating how students are putting the specialty equipment to use.
Longview ISD soon will implement a software system aimed to improve safety and the mental health of middle and high school students, officials said.
TYLER — Tyler Junior College’s main campus was filled with yard signs Monday displaying inspirational quotes from first-generation students and staff.
Longview ISD parents can now track when their children board and exit a school bus and receive notifications if there is a route problem or mechanical issue.
A website that offers “consumer-focused financial information” has ranked a Longview university among the top 10 colleges for best value in the state.
With early voting ending Friday, elections administrators in Gregg and Smith counties say turnout has been what they expected, although they were hopeful for more.
Hallsville ISD trustees have approved a bid to replace the turf on a practice field at the high school and also recognized the district’s campus principals for their hard work.
Kilgore College continuing education students can apply for financial aid to cover the costs of classes in certain CE programs thanks to a Texas Public Educational Grant, according to college officials.
The number of students attending Texas’ community colleges dropped below enrollment in the state’s four-year universities for the first time since the 1990s as many two-year schools continue to grapple with sharp enrollment declines due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Texas Higher…
Attorneys for Longview ISD argued during a virtual hearing Wednesday that Superintendent James Wilcox had the authority to issue a mask mandate under the Texas Education Code and was fulfilling his duties by providing a safe atmosphere for students and employees.
Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath says the “disruption” the COVID-19 pandemic has taken on schools is “hard to describe.”
Kilgore High School is a hodgepodge building that’s been renovated and added onto many times since it was built in 1932. In addition to aging infrastructure, since some parts of the school are 90 years old, Kilgore ISD Superintendent Andy Baker said one of the biggest challenges is just inadequate learning space.
The Dean Foundation has given $500,000 to East Texas Baptist University to create the William B. Dean Center for Language and Literacy Development.
The U.S. Department of Education is set to award Kilgore College a $1.16 million federal Educational Opportunities Center grant to help unemployed workers, low-wage workers and returning high school and college students enter or continue postsecondary education.
Spring Hill High School is offering a workforce dual-credit welding course at no cost to students in partnership with Kilgore College.
The Longview ISD board this week approved a project to renovate high school baseball and softball facilities and signed off on the 2021-22 budget as well as a lower property tax rate.
Longview ISD Superintendent James Wilcox said Wednesday that the district’s recently implemented mask mandate isn’t political.
At least two Longview ISD mothers say they were still waiting Tuesday for answers from the district after their students were bused to the wrong address after the first day of school — with strangers ensuring the children made it home.
When students arrived Tuesday for the first day of classes at St. Mary’s Catholic School in Longview, they wore face masks as they were greeted by teachers and staff who gave them hand sanitizer.
Kilgore College is excited to partner with UT Tyler to offer several evening classes this fall to serve the Longview community.
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Trinity School of Texas had added an interdisciplinary engineering course that will serve as an applied science elective at the Longview private school.
East Texas Baptist University recently promoted four faculty members, including Dr. Allen Appiah-Boateng (Associate Professor of Counseling Education), Dr. Laci McRee (Associate Professor of Kinesiology), Dr. Jenny Hoover (Associate Professor of History), and Dr. Colleen Halupa (Professor of Clinical Lab Science and Dean of Online Education).
A dedication ceremony to rename South Ward Elementary School in honor of Clarence Bailey, Longview ISD’s first Black school board member, is scheduled 3:30 p.m. Monday.
East Texas Baptist University soon will have new construction on campus after the Marshall-based private, Christian university was awarded a $1.5 million grant from the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation to build its Great Commission Center.
The Longview ISD board has been selected as one of 15 regional nominees for this year’s Texas Association of School Administrators School Board Awards.
When tasked with returning students to classrooms after the COVID-19 pandemic, local schools rose to the challenge to keep kids safe and learning.
The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office in Marshall and BAM Nutrition in Hallsville have joined in the effort to collect new shoes for Hallsville ISD children in need before the start of the school year.
Kilgore Middle School is implementing a new on-campus program designed to meet the emotional and social needs of students as they attend classes and school events.