Houston Elementary teachers recognize a student each month that exhibits the six pillars of character by displaying honesty, respect, caring, trustworthiness, fairness, and responsibility. They are honored on the morning announcements, invited to receive a special principal’s treat, invited to lunch with the principals, and will have their picture and name displayed on the Good Citizen bulletin board. The following students were recognized as Good Citizens for the month of December : Autumn Withers, Payton Self, Charlie Cortez, Karoll Escamilla, Gixxer Patterson, Jordan Finch, Freedy Hernandez, Emma Samples, Elija Owens, Braden Coffman, Ethan Lynch, Brazos Glover, Felipe Velasquez, Evan Santillan, Issabella Lozano, Thomas Stevens, Timothy Humbert, Trinity Perales, Emilee Reed, Rebecca Gonzales, Makayla Howeth, Evelyn Wentworth, Albertho Cordova, Nora Long and Gavin Kincheloe. Not pictured: Anakin Harrison.
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Lamar Elementary students collect box tops for BTE education program
Lamar Elementary is collecting Box Tops for Education! Since 1996, the BTE program has helped schools across America earn cash for the things they need.
The students and faculty at Mineral Wells High School just concluded a canned food drive sponsored by the Student Council.
MWISD scores near perfect FIRST
Sporting Ram-pride red T-shirts at Tuesday’s Mineral Wells ISD school board meeting, the Travis News Team led the pledges to the American and Texas flags, followed by an apparently precocious presentation on their roles as TNT members.
Center of Life combating poverty through education
According to city-data.com, as of 2011, 18.7 percent of Mineral Wells residents were living in poverty.
Graford ISD hosting town hall on bond tonight
Graford ISD will conduct a community meeting tonight concerning the Nov. 5 bond election for the district.
Fates of two ISD bonds and nine state constitutional amendments in voters’ hands
Early voting for the Nov. 5 election is underway and the fate of two local school bonds and nine constitutional amendments is in the hands of voters.
MWISD encourages public to visit campuses Saturday morning
In preparation for the Nov. 5 bond election, MWISD will host tours this Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, of each campus.
Timelines for MWISD, Graford bond elections
Mineral Wells and Graford ISDs are gearing up for their respective bond elections on Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Graford ISD to hold bond election Nov. 5
GRAFORD – At the last Graford ISD board of trustees meeting, trustees approved a bond election which will be held in November for a $7.5 million bond that will include costs of new buildings, the expansion/renovation of other buildings and the cost of building an athletic complex that will feature new baseball and softball fields, a track and new locker rooms.
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