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 seat of our district. By no means is...

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SSISD Specific Policies and Protocols for Infectious Diseases
Oct17
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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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Wildcat Marching Band Garners Top Marks
Oct14

Wildcat Marching Band Garners Top Marks

Wildcats Marching Band Director Charles McCauley says the band’s hard work last week really paid off. McCauley says the band had strong performances Friday night and twice Saturday at a Mt. Pleasant contest. The band got the top scores of all 1s. The band earned third place overall and was the top Class 5A band. The Wildcats Band will perform at a final contest Saturday in Prairiland at 2:15 p.m. UIL competition will be on October...

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Texas Farm Bureau Puts on “Ag in the Class”
Oct14

Texas Farm Bureau Puts on “Ag in the Class”

The Texas Farm Bureau put on its’ first day of the two day Ag in the Class for fourth grade students Monday in the Civic Center Arena. More than 400 students were in attendance Monday from all over Hopkins County and surrounding counties. Don Smith with the Texas Farm Bureau of Hopkins and Rains counties said the event teaches young people about agriculture, what it does and why it is done. He noted it’s all about food production that...

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Larry Pryor Nominated for the Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week – Vote Early & Often
Oct13

Larry Pryor Nominated for the Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week – Vote Early & Often

Below you will find the text of an email from Brad Hilliard at High Field Marketing to Athletic Director Greg Owens regarding Larry Pryors selection. To vote for Larry go the the Facebook and Twitter links listed below. I wanted you, and the entire Sulphur Springs community, to know that the Wildcats’ Larry Pryor has been nominated for the Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week award, presented by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football and the...

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Our Homecoming Queen – Cortney Crook
Oct13

Our Homecoming Queen – Cortney Crook

Left to right: Kinzi Irving, Queen Courtney Crook, Chandler Silman

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“Updated” School Career Path Program Presented to School Board
Oct10

“Updated” School Career Path Program Presented to School Board

House Bill 5 gave schools a new graduation plan. It involves offering students endorsements. The state recommended endorsements in five areas. Sulphur Springs High School Principal Josh Williams and High School College and Career Readiness Director Jenny Arledge have come up with a plan using all the courses the high school has, to offer students possible endorsements in any of the five areas. Students in the eighth grade will be...

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Fall Festival 2014 Arts & Crafts Show
Oct09
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Class Size Waiver Requested
Oct08

Class Size Waiver Requested

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