Zombie Run To Raise Funds For SSHS Project Graduation Celebration
Oct23

Zombie Run To Raise Funds For SSHS Project Graduation Celebration

The Sulphur Springs High School Senior Class of 2015 is having a Zombie Run and Fun to raise money to defray costs of their Project Graduation Celebration. It’s Saturday beginning at 6:45 p.m. taking off from Celebration Plaza. Zombies along the route will be trying to take runners’ flags. The run is part of lots of activities from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. including a dunking booth, games, a live DJ, dance contest and much more. By Don...

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Drew McCullough  – Zombie Run & Pumpkin Chunking
Oct22
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PJC Reduces Hours for an Associate’s Degree
Oct22

PJC Reduces Hours for an Associate’s Degree

Reducing the number of hours required for an associate’s degree at Paris Junior College will not mean a reduction in content or skills learned, the PJC Board of Regents learned Monday evening. As PJC meets the requirement from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to approve degrees of 60 hours, both Dean of Math and Sciences Ed McCraw and Dean of Workforce Education John Spradling explained that the restructured degrees still...

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High School Theatre Department Raising Funds For United Way
Oct22

High School Theatre Department Raising Funds For United Way

The Sulphur Springs High School Theatre Department is having a play with dessert featuring the short comedy 10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse. It will take place Thursday, October 30 on the Middle School Stage. There will be performances at 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 and are available from cast members or by calling the High School. Proceeds will go to the United Way. By Don Julian, KSST News and Sports...

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Shrek The Musical Coming In November
Oct22

Shrek The Musical Coming In November

New Sulphur Springs High School Theatre Arts Director Lesha Woodard said Tuesday the fall production, Shrek The Musical, is coming along very well. One last blocking rehearsal is planned. Besides students, the cast also includes five teachers and Principal Josh Williams as Grumpy the Dwarf and Superintendent Michael Lamb as a Bishop who performs weddings. Shrek will be staged November 15-17 at the Civic Center Auditorium. By Don...

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Wildcats Marching Band Tuned up for UIL Competition This Week
Oct21

Wildcats Marching Band Tuned up for UIL Competition This Week

The Wildcats Marching Band tuned up for UIL Competition this week with a solid showing at a Prairiland Contest Saturday. Band Director Charles McCauley said the band made the finals, finished third overall, was first among 5A bands and scored straight ones for band, color guard, percussion and drum majors. McCauley said the second performance in the finals Saturday was quite a bit better than the one several hours earlier. The UIL...

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Offensive and Defensive Highlights of Hallsville Game
Oct20

Offensive and Defensive Highlights of Hallsville Game

After a 49-42 win against Hallsville on October 17, the SSHS Wildcats have a positive outlook for playoffs. “This victory pretty much put us in the driver’s seat to control our own destiny,” defensive coach Abron said. “But when it’s all said and done, we still need to go and win these last three more ball games to put ourselves in a position to play the number two seed of our district. By no means is...

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SSISD Specific Policies and Protocols for Infectious Diseases
Oct17
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North Hopkins School Alumni Homecoming will be held on Saturday, November 1
Oct16

North Hopkins School Alumni Homecoming will be held on Saturday, November 1

The North Hopkins School Alumni Homecoming will be held on Saturday, November 1, 2014, in the school cafeteria. Registration will begin at 4:00 p.m., followed by Bingo and visiting. A barbecue dinner will be served at 5:30. Cost for the meal is $12 per person. The Class of 1964 will be honored for the 50th anniversary of their graduation. After the meal there will be a brief program and more time for visiting. All former students and...

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Texas High School Bass Association
Oct14

Texas High School Bass Association

Four years ago, a police officer by the name of Norman Sanders started the SSISD Fishing Club. First starting with SSMS, it has now spread to include the High School and is now part of a the Texas High School Bass Association. “About four years ago, I went to the school board,” Officer Sanders said. “I talked to Patsy Bolten and to Branden Reed about starting a fishing club, and they agreed that I could. I announced...

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