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CTE: Programming Students Practice Problem Solving In Constantly Changing Field
Mar01

CTE: Programming Students Practice Problem Solving In Constantly Changing Field

Students are gaining valuable hands-on experience at local businesses, thanks to a practicum offered through the programming and software development endorsement program at Sulphur Springs High School.That experience helps them build resumes, which aid them when they enroll in college and join the workforce. For a few SSHS graduates, the program has reportedly assisted in providing job opportunities as well. The Basics Students...

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Artwork Of 3 SSHS Students To Be Featured March 3-21 In TVAA Showcase At UTD
Feb25

Artwork Of 3 SSHS Students To Be Featured March 3-21 In TVAA Showcase At UTD

The artwork of three Sulphur Springs students will be featured at The University of Texas-Dallas next month. The art will be among approximately 150 pieces selected from those entered in the Texas Visual Arts Association 2020 High School Competition. Colored pencil and acrylic artwork of SSHS student Callie Harvey “The Texas Visual Arts Association holds one of the most competitive art shows in the state each year at UTD,”...

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CTE: EMT Class Offered At Sulphur Springs High School
Feb24

CTE: EMT Class Offered At Sulphur Springs High School

At Sulphur Springs High School 270 students are involved in the health science programs, more than any other offered. To give as many students as possible a leg up when it comes to career training, the school works to offer as many opportunities and courses as possible. Students for a few years have had the opportunity, after successfully completing course work, to test to become a Certified Nurse Assistant or a Certified Medical...

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Several SSHS Students Advancing To State In CTO Competitions
Feb13

Several SSHS Students Advancing To State In CTO Competitions

Sulphur Springs High School has six career and technical organizations that students can join. As part of their Career and Technical Education Month celebration, representatives of each group this week updated the Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees on recent activities. BPA SSHS BPA Officers The SSHS Business Professionals of America Chapter has been involved in competitions. Eleven qualified for state and...

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CTE: SSHS Floral Design Class Provides Chance To Learn Job Skills, Be Creative
Feb06

CTE: SSHS Floral Design Class Provides Chance To Learn Job Skills, Be Creative

Students in the floral design class at Sulphur Springs High School, not only learn valuable job skills, but find new creative outlets in the plant science class as well. Sulphur Springs High School students Kailea Gardner, Kerie Wright and Selena Sanchez talk about the floral design class they are taking. The class is part of the Plant Science program. “I think floral design brings out people’s creativity. Like, you have some...

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Sulphur Springs High School Kicks Off CTE Month With Proclamation From Mayor
Feb03

Sulphur Springs High School Kicks Off CTE Month With Proclamation From Mayor

Sulphur Springs High School began the month-long celebration of career and technical education programs with a proclamation delivered by Sulphur Springs Mayor John Sellers designating February as Career and Technical Education Month in the city. SSHS staff and students join schools from across the country in the observance of CTE Month. Sulphur Springs Mayor John Sellers Students from several of the school’s CTE classes joined...

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SSISD Receives 2 Acceptable Bids For Fore Street House Constructed By CTE Students
Oct04

SSISD Receives 2 Acceptable Bids For Fore Street House Constructed By CTE Students

This ranch-style home constructed on Fore Street by Sulphur Springs High School career and technology students over the course of two years. The 1,550 square foot farm-style house constructed on Fore Street by Sulphur Springs High School students should have a new owner soon. Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees on Monday accepted the two bids, in rank order, submitted for the house, according to Sulphur...

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Career and Technology Education at SSHS Recognized During February Board Meeting
Feb14

Career and Technology Education at SSHS Recognized During February Board Meeting

February is Career and Technical Education Month and in Sulphur Springs High School, the programs continue to grow and to achieve according to reports by students from the various organizations under the CTE umbrella. Students representing Business Professionals of America, Family Career and Community Leaders of America, Health Occupations Students of America, and Future Farmers of America addressed the SSISD Board of Trustees Monday...

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Pine Tree Invitational Assists SSHS Academic Team Prepare for District
Jan12

Pine Tree Invitational Assists SSHS Academic Team Prepare for District

“With the district UIL Academic meet just over two months away, the Pine Tree UIL Invitational was a great meet for the SSHS UIL team to see where we stand among our district competition,” stated Gina Wilder, Coordinator for the Academic UIL Team at Sulphur Springs High School. She said, “ I’m very proud of how all of our competitors performed. They are really stepping up to the plate in preparing to go to state in May!” The UIL...

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Nov. 11-12 COVID-19 Updates: 2 Fatalities, 10 New Cases
Nov12

Nov. 11-12 COVID-19 Updates: 2 Fatalities, 10 New Cases

Hopkins County/Sulphur Springs Emergency Management officials in their Nov. 11-12 COVID-19 updates reported 10 additional Hopkins County residents have received positive COVID-19 test results. State reports also show 2 additional COVID-19 fatalities for Hopkins County. HC/SSEM Nov. 11-12 COVID-19 Updates HC/SSEM in their Nov. 11-12 updates reported seven new cases on Wednesday and three on Thursday. That makes 63 Hopkins County...

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