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25
Apr
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Silsbee MS students win state-wide safety program campaign

Edwards-Johnson Memorial Silsbee Middle School students went above and beyond to help win the Stay- ALERT School Safety Program Spring Campaign, in an effort to help promote safety in the school district.

“Our AVID students have mustered a rigorous campaign to educate the students at Silsbee Middle School about the StayALERT program,” Principal Sunee Stephens said. “They brainstormed a plan and chose the activities they thought would make the biggest impact with their peers.”

 

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Wed
18
Apr
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Silsbee ISD school board recognizes Robotic teams

By Danny Reneau

The Silsbee Independent School District Board of Trustee met April 10, but not in their usual place at the Administrative Building.

The school board met in the Silsbee High School Auditorium to accommodate three groups of students the board wanted to honor.

The first group honored was the Silsbee Elementary School Robotics team.

 

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Wed
11
Apr
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All Faiths Day School annual art show April 12

By Jessica Siratt

The oldest pre-school in Hardin County will host an art show.

All Faiths Day School will host the event on Thursday, April 12 at 6:30 p.m.

The pre-school opened its’ doors in 1972 and the art show is as old as the school itself.

 

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Wed
04
Apr
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TSTA: Voters demand more state funding for schools

AUSTIN — The state teachers’ association president said majority of Texans more state education funding needed.

Noel Candelaria, president of the Texas State Teachers Association, issued a statement March 19 on the Texas Education Grantmakers Advocacy Consortium’s voter survey on the need for more state education funding.

“The overwhelming majority of Texans are sending a very clear message to the governor, legislators and the School Finance Commission: the state share of public education funding must be increased,” stated Canelaria.

 

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Wed
28
Mar
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SHS students place second

Two Silsbee High School students, junior Natalie Padron (left) and senior Leticia Rodriguez (right), placed second in Law Enforcement Scenario during the state competition at Klein Cain High School on March 24.

 

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Wed
21
Mar
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Celebration Saturday for state champs

A community celebration honoring the Silsbee Tigers Class 4A back-to-back state champion boys’ basketball team is scheduled for Saturday, March 25.

The parade will start at 2 p.m. on 22nd Street and will go around to Exquisette Park, located on 21st Street.

 

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Wed
14
Mar
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Lumberton ISD board selects Gerald as finalist

By Dannie Oliveaux

LUMBERTON — The Lumberton ISD Board of Trustees voted unanimous to name Dr. Gerald Chandler, acting superintendent, as the finalist for superintendent’s post during their March 8 meeting, according to a press release by the school district.

The board is scheduled to vote to offer a contract to Chandler on April 5. According to state law, the board must wait 21 days before voting to hire Chandler.

 

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Wed
07
Mar
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New statewide standards for school libraries released

AUSTIN – The Texas State Library and Archives Commission voted Feb. 13 to approve revised guidelines for school libraries.

“School Library Programs: Standards and Guidelines for Texas” provides communities, educators, and the public a tool for assessing and building quality school library programs and ensuring students benefit from robust instruction and resources.

 

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Wed
28
Feb
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Don’t Mess With Texas’ scholarship contest deadline set

AUSTIN – Applications for the 2018 “Don’t Mess With Texas” Scholarship contest are now being accepted. Eligible applicants include any Texas high school senior currently attending public, private or home school and planning to attend an accredited Texas college or university in the coming year.

Presented in partnership with Keep Texas Beautiful, the “Don’t Mess With Texas” Scholarship contest will award one $6,000 scholarship and two $2,000 scholarships in June.

 

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Wed
21
Feb
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SISD board recognizes middle school science and robotics teams

During the Feb. 13 Silsbee ISD school board meeting, trustees recognized the Edwards- Johnson Memorial Silsbee Middle School Robotics and Science Fair winners.

The winners were presented by Science Department Chair Jena Cameron, who was introduced by Principal Sunee Stephens.

The students presented their projects to the board, and gave detailed information on each. Cameron explained to the board that the Robotics Teams must solve a real-world problem by building a prototype robot. The teams begin the year by researching, then building the robot before adding more research.

 

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