Principals from around the state could soon be coming to Longview ISD to be trained with mentors in the district.
Longview ISD today officially hired two former area superintendents — Wayne Guidry, formerly of Spring Hill ISD, and John Wink, formerly of Carthage ISD.
For St. Mary’s Catholic School administrator Melinda Dunn, this year’s Catholic Schools Week is a chance for students and staff to work at their ultimate potential and to celebrate faith.
The Spring Hill ISD school board has called a special meeting to discuss the resignation of Superintendent Wayne Guidry at 8:30 a.m. Thursday in the administration building.
Pine Tree ISD Place 1 Trustee Adam Graves is hoping voters will give him another three years on the school board. Drew Seidel is aiming for a chance to serve the district in the Place 2 position.
Pine Tree and White Oak ISDs are preparing to offer COVID-19 vaccines in February to staff members who want the shots.
Spring Hill Junior High School students toured career and technical education classes Tuesday at the high school to help them learn about and decide what courses to take next school year.
Bills that would protect students’ privacy, recognize schools’ success with vocational programs and create an office to investigate state education wrongdoing and fraud have been put forth by East Texas legislators.
Pine Tree ISD Superintendent Steve Clugston has at least another three years in the district and a $5,000 raise after the board gave him a glowing evaluation at Monday’s meeting.
COVID-19 vaccines are available in limited quantities, but as accessibility for the vaccine grows, East Texas parents could be left wondering if at some point their children will be required to get one to attend school.
Like most things in 2020, the way schools operated is unprecedented, but I don’t think I’ve ever been more inspired walking the halls of our local campuses.
Clent Holmes grew up with a strong support system pushing him to reach his full potential. That experience now frames his work with teenagers, and it leads him into the new year with changes ahead for Longview’s Thrive360.
As a child, Josh Jones took life day-by-day, going through treatments, procedures and hospital stays. His mother, Christy, said his future has been an “unknown.”
For Longview High School seniors Elizabeth Wall and Emily Tran, volunteering at Heartisans Marketplace in Longview was a life-changing and eye-opening experience. Now, they’re giving back to the organization.
A group of friends at Longview ISD’s Hudson PEP Elementary School have started a business, and they’re using the profits to help the community’s homeless population.
In an effort to help better prepare students for the workforce, new career technical education classes have started at Longview ISD middle schools.
When Spring Hill ISD reopens after the holiday break, all students will be back on campuses for the first time since March after trustees voted Monday to suspend remote learning next semester.
The Pine Tree ISD school board approved a program that will allow trained, approved staff to be armed on campus and raised its substitute pay at its Monday meeting.
When Texas schools reopened this fall, teachers were put on the frontlines of the COVID-19 battle. Every day, educators sanitize surfaces, check temperatures, enforce mask guidelines and do everything they can to keep the virus out of schools.
Students in the Union Hill High School FFA organization are helping children in the Scottish Rite Hospital for Children this holiday season.
Sabine ISD school board President Tony Raymond says his appointment to represent Region 7 on the Texas Association of School Boards was unexpected, but he is eager to serve.
Instead of waiting in a drive-thru line, teachers and staff at Longview ISD’s Judson STEAM Academy can get their coffee at the school’s new cafe.
Educators and local leaders asked the state to pause its accountability rating system for the school year, and the Texas Education Agency listened.
Rachel Petree’s parents have never seen the Spring Hill High School senior and assistant drum major compete at the state level — that is until Wednesday, when her band took second place in the 4A contest at Pine Tree ISD’s Pirate Stadium.
Hallsville ISD Superintendent Jeff Collum is leaving the district for a superintendent position at Conway Public Schools in Arkansas, he announced this morning.
Salena Jackson has served five years as Pine Tree ISD assistant superintendent of finance and director of the business office, but after a year of living away from her family, she has decided to join them in the Houston area.
The economic strain of the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting enrollment at Longview private schools, translating into budget problems for those that rely on tuition.
Emails between members of a local Longview ISD charter council and district officials show members were not aware of the council’s purpose, even after the first meeting.
Pine Tree’s Pirate Stadium will welcome Class 1A, 2A and 4A schools Wednesday as its hosts the UIL State Military Marching Band Contest, with Spring Hill hoping for a hometown win.
Christian Heritage Classical School in Longview has built an outdoor pavilion as a way to give students more time outside while staying safe from COVID-19.
East Texas public schools are continuing to feed children, but a pandemic-fueled revenue hit is resulting in deficits in districts’ child nutrition budgets.
Sue Berger was taking a walk with her sister-in-law this summer in California when she came across something that would change her community.
When tasked with collecting canned goods for those in need, Trinity School of Texas students did not disappoint. The campus collected just more than 14,000 cans for Longview’s Thanksgiving Food Drive.
Amid rising COVID-19 cases in the community and on his campuses, Longview ISD Superintendent James Wilcox says the district has no plan to close schools.
The board meeting Monday for one of the nonprofits managing Longview ISD campuses featured a presentation from Hudson PEP Elementary School.
Brett Miller is the first person to upset an incumbent on the Longview ISD school board since Shan Bauer did in 2016. Both candidates ran on a platform that focused on increasing communication within the district.
Every Thursday, Marissa Church’s eighth grade social studies class at Spring Hill Junior High is filled with critical thinkers and problem solvers trying to make their communities better.