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A Few Changes To Note As SSISD Begins The 2021-2022 School Year Today
Aug18

A Few Changes To Note As SSISD Begins The 2021-2022 School Year Today

Sulphur Springs ISD Administrators went over a few changes this year that students, parents and staff will want to make note of, particularly those regarding school meals, corporal punishment, absences, one dress code change, School Health Advisory Council operations, final exams, leave for SSISD police officer and return to school plan basics. School Meals SSISD Child Nutrition Deparmtent, like those in most school districts this...

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SSISD Trustees To Hold 2 Executive Sessions During June Meeting
Jun15

SSISD Trustees To Hold 2 Executive Sessions During June Meeting

The date isn’t the only thing different about this month’s regular meeting of Sulphur Springs ISD Board of Trustees; in addition to the usual reports and action items, the agenda calls for 2 executive sessions, one at the beginning and one at the end of the 6 p.m. school board meeting. SSISD logo While school board meetings are typically held the second Monday of each month at 6 p.m. This month, trustees met first on...

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SSISD Trustees To Recognize Rowena Johnson, Robbin Vaughn At June 8 Meeting
Jun07

SSISD Trustees To Recognize Rowena Johnson, Robbin Vaughn At June 8 Meeting

Sulphur Springs Independent School District trustees plan to recognize two women for their service to the school district. Rowena Johnson will be honored for 50 years of service with the district. The long-time educator notified school officials in March of her plans to retire. Also to be recognized for serving two years as president of SSISD Board of Trustees is Robbin Vaughn. Last year, she agreed to another year president of the...

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SSISD Campuses Utilized For Summer Reading, Remediation, Enrichment, Training For Students, Staff
Jun22

SSISD Campuses Utilized For Summer Reading, Remediation, Enrichment, Training For Students, Staff

Although summer officially began with the Summer Solstice on Friday, ask any local school children and they’ll tell you summer began nearly a month ago, when regular classes were dismissed. However, while many are enjoying a three month break classes, that doesn’t mean the halls have been empty. Students in need of a little extra help catching up on or making up classes are attending summer school at Sulphur Springs...

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SSISD Board Tours Career Technology Classrooms; Hear Reports on Schools, Legislative Funding and Policies; Set March 11-15 as Public School Week; Make Personnel Changes
Feb12

SSISD Board Tours Career Technology Classrooms; Hear Reports on Schools, Legislative Funding and Policies; Set March 11-15 as Public School Week; Make Personnel Changes

School Board members and SSISD Administrative staff tour Career and Technology Education Classrooms during board meeting Tuesday. February is Career and Technology Education Month. Sulphur Spring School Board celebrated the event with a tour of the career and technology courses taught at Sulphur Springs High School as well as conducting the regular business of hearing reports and taking action on various items. Jenny Arledge, Career...

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Summer school in 2015 at SSISD
May28

Summer school in 2015 at SSISD

Summer school in 2015 has two components: Credit Recovery and End of Course Reviews. There is no cost for summer school. Applications must be received before the first day of the summer school session. Credit Recovery – for recovery of credit not earned during the regular school year. Dates are Monday-Thursday, beginning 6/15 and ending 7/23. Hours are 8:00-12 Noon or 12:30-4:30 p.m. Location is Austin Academic Center, 808 S. Davis,...

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Sulphur Springs ISD CBE Schedule Set
Jun27

Sulphur Springs ISD CBE Schedule Set

The Sulphur Springs ISD 2021-22 Credit by Exam (CBE) schedule has been set, and those students hoping to schedule one this summer only have until Tuesday to register. SSISD logo These tests are offered four times a year for students who hope to attain credit for courses they’ve never had any prior instruction in, per EHDC (Legal) policy. For instance, a student who is especially gifted in a particular subject area might wish to...

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Senator Hall Gives Update On How Priorities, Bills Fared During 87th Legislative Session
Jun11

Senator Hall Gives Update On How Priorities, Bills Fared During 87th Legislative Session

Texas Senator Bob Hall Thursday evening in a town hall meeting at Hopkins County Courthouse gave n update on his involvement in the 87th Legislative session, including not only his office’s process regarding bills, the committees he serves on and priorities he took with him to the Regular Session, but how those bills and priorities fared. Hall then took questions from the audience of approximately 50 people in attendance in the...

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Harper, Little Named SSHS Class of 2021 Valedictorian, Salutatorian
Apr20

Harper, Little Named SSHS Class of 2021 Valedictorian, Salutatorian

Sulphur Springs High School recognized Matthew Chase Harper as valedictorian and Nathan Kendall Little as salutatorian of the SSHS Class of 2021 during a small reception in the school library, featuring cookies, cupcakes and flavored drinks with administrators, their parents and media. Harper, son of Lisa and Nathan Couch and Jaime and Amy Harper, graduates with a 4.45 grade point average. The 17-year-old is the second in his family...

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A Farewell Visit from 2018 Dairy Festival Queen Kaitlyn Ferrell
Jun14

A Farewell Visit from 2018 Dairy Festival Queen Kaitlyn Ferrell

Kaitlyn Nicole Ferrell, 2018 Hopkins County Dairy Festival Queen Being selected to wear the crown was quite a shock to Kaitlyn Ferrell last June as she stood on the Pageant stage amidst the contestants. She knew she had prepared well and had done a fairly decent job in the Interview with Judges, in playing the flute during her talent presentation, and in the all-important evening gown competition. Being naturally shy, Kaitlyn had been...

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