2 Citizens Ask SSISD Trustees To Reconsider Stance On 313 Agreement For Dike Solar Farm
May11

2 Citizens Ask SSISD Trustees To Reconsider Stance On 313 Agreement For Dike Solar Farm

Developer, Land Owner Asks School Board to Amend Agreement As Requested Citizens asked Sulphur Springs ISD trustees this week to reconsider the district’s stance on 313 agreements, particularly amending the agreement with Hopkins Energy LLC. The developer and one landowner whose property is within the planned Hopkins Energy LLC area asked the board to approve the amended agreement. Tim Fuller (pink shirt at left) addressed the...

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SSISD Trustees Amend Code Of Conduct Regarding DAEP Placement For Seniors
May20

SSISD Trustees Amend Code Of Conduct Regarding DAEP Placement For Seniors

Seniors’ Placement In DAEP Concludes On the Last Instructional Day Of School, Which Would Allow Participation In Graduation Sulphur Springs ISD Board of Trustees during a special noon meeting Friday unanimously agreed to an amendment of the district Student Code of Conduct regarding DAEP placement for seniors. The trustees called the meeting to order, then entered into an executive session to discuss the proposed change...

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A Dozen Personnel Changes Approved For SSISD
May16

A Dozen Personnel Changes Approved For SSISD

Oath Administered To 3 Trustees Beginning New Term on School Board A dozen personnel changes were approved for Sulphur Springs ISD Monday afternoon. The oath of office was administered to the 3 trustees beginning a new term on the school board, then the board was reorganized with new slate of officers selected. Election Canvassing Sulphur Springs ISD Board of Trustees acknowledged the results of the May 7, 2022, bond election. The...

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Support Shown For SSHS Senior Told He Can’t Participate In Graduation With Classmates
May13

Support Shown For SSHS Senior Told He Can’t Participate In Graduation With Classmates

Community and staff showed support for senior SSHS Caleb Alexander, who was told he can’t participate in graduation. The individuals addressed their comments to school trustees during the regular May Sulphur Springs ISD Board of Education meeting. According to community members who spoke on the SSHS senior’s behalf Monday, Alexander was involved in an incident which resulted in disciplinary action. Students who engage in...

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34 Resignations, 26 New Hires, 15 Other Personnel Changes Approved For SSISD
May10

34 Resignations, 26 New Hires, 15 Other Personnel Changes Approved For SSISD

Trustees accepted 34 resignations, approved 26 new hires and 15 other personnel changes for Sulphur Springs ISD during the regular school board meeting Monday evening May 9, 2022. The 75 personnel changes will affect every campus, including administration. Bush Primary First grade self-contained classroom teacher Monica Armstrong, kindergarten self-contained personnel Angel McCoy, third grade teacher Aleesa Morris, special education...

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SSISD To Consider Amending 313 Agreement With 1 Solar Group, Application From Another
May09

SSISD To Consider Amending 313 Agreement With 1 Solar Group, Application From Another

Sulphur Springs ISD Board of Trustees will consider amending a 313 agreement with one solar group and an application from another during the regular meeting Monday evening. SSISD logo Also on the May 9 agenda for approval are budget revisions for American Rescue Plan Supplemental Grant Funding, a Quality Improvement Application, a proposal or improvements to the high school student parking are, instructional materials allotment TEKS...

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* Updated: Hopkins County May 7 Election Results
May07

* Updated: Hopkins County May 7 Election Results

SSISD Bond Election Fails by 11% The May 7 Election returns for Hopkins County were all in by 8 p.m. Saturday. The Winnsboro ISD Trustees Election took a little longer to determine as tallies from the three counties the school district serves had t be figured.; the school district reported results around 11:15 p.m. Saturday. The unofficial vote total for the Constitutional Amendments Election weren’t final until the results from...

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Saturday Is Election Day For SSISD Bond, WISD Trustees, Constitutional Amendments Elections
May06

Saturday Is Election Day For SSISD Bond, WISD Trustees, Constitutional Amendments Elections

Registered voters will have one more opportunity to cast ballots on Election Day, Saturday, May 7, 2022, in the Sulphur Springs ISD bond, Winnsboro ISD trustees and Texas Constitutional Amendment Elections. Early Voting Totals As of the close of early voting on Tuesday, only 5.51% of Hopkins County’s 24,492 registered voters had cast ballots. Of the 1,350 ballots cast during the early voting period, 1,212 (4.95%) were in-person...

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Pay Increases Approved For All SSISD Employees
May03

Pay Increases Approved For All SSISD Employees

Sulphur Springs ISD Board of Trustees Tuesday approved pay increases for all district employees during a special meeting. SSISD logo Sulphur Springs ISD Superintendent Michael Lamb asked the school board to consider approving a set pay increase for all SSISD teachers (and other employees on the same compensation plan, including nurses, librarians, counselors, testing coordinators and law enforcement officers) and a percentage increase...

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Zoning Request, Supplies Contracts For 3 Capital Improvement Projects Up For Consideration
May03

Zoning Request, Supplies Contracts For 3 Capital Improvement Projects Up For Consideration

A zoning request, supplies contracts for three capital improvement projects and airport ground lease agreements are up for consideration by Sulphur Springs City Council tonight (May 3, 2022). Sulphur Springs Municipal Building Jason and Jennifer Lacomfora are asking that 1.54 acres they own at 1120 Church Street be rezoned. The tract is split-zoned multifamily and heavy commercial. The Lacomforas would like for the entire property to...

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