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SSHS Students Advance In Robotics, Culinary Arts SkillsUSA Competitions
Feb16

SSHS Students Advance In Robotics, Culinary Arts SkillsUSA Competitions

Sulphur Springs High School had 21 students compete at the District 5 SkillsUSA competition at Texas State Technical College in Waco on February 6-8, 2020. Robotics and Culinary Arts teams competed very well, advancing a total of four teams to state competition. The SSHS Robotics Team included (from left to right) Luis Ruiz, Kobe Walker, Isabelle Thesing, James Draper, Austin McCain, Matthew Robinson, Clancy Mayo, Stanley Alba, Emily...

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SSHS Well Represented At Robotics Competition
Oct28

SSHS Well Represented At Robotics Competition

Sulphur Springs High School Robotics classes include, from left, Logan McClung, Grant Mohesky, Austin McCain, James Draper, Matthew Robinson, Daniel Soto, Saul MirelesJakson Medelline, Fabian Perez, Stanley Alba, Benjamin Grinnan, Marco Rivera, Luis Ruiz and Savannah Lilley. The Sulphur Springs High School Robotics team may not have scored high enough to advance to state, but overcame obstacles for a strong showing at the Collin...

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1 Culinary Arts Team, 2 Robotics Teams From SSHS Place At SkillsUSA Texas Championships
Apr11

1 Culinary Arts Team, 2 Robotics Teams From SSHS Place At SkillsUSA Texas Championships

Sulphur Springs High School had three teams that earned honors in robotics and culinary arts competitions at the SkillsUSA Texas Championships. Of the SSHS Culinary Arts students who advanced and competed at the state level in SkillsUSA in Corpus Christi this past weekend, the team of Melina Rivera and Valerie Lindsey competed in the Commercial Baking 3-5 Tier Job Demonstration event. Melina Rivera and Valerie Lindsey earned a perfect...

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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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SSHS Academic UIL Team Earns 12 Medals At State Contest
May07

SSHS Academic UIL Team Earns 12 Medals At State Contest

Matthew Harper, Literary Criticism Team Named State Champs Sulphur Springs High School sophomore (second from left) Matthew Harper is the state UIL literary criticism champion, and the literary criticism team consisting of Harper, Andrew Westlund, Carissa Carter, Lainey Whittle are state literary criticism championship team. Also pictured are (left) state literary criticism director Mark Bernier and (right) SSHS literary criticism...

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SSISD Concludes 2021 Competitive Academic UIL Season On Positive Note
May20

SSISD Concludes 2021 Competitive Academic UIL Season On Positive Note

Despite what has proven to be a rather unusual and challenging year, Sulphur Springs ISD concluded the 2021 competitive academic UIL season on a positive note, campus and district sponsors report. The most challenging and, for some, most disappointing aspect of this year’s academic UIL was adapting competitions and readying students to compete in most events virtual this school year – another result of COVID-19 precautions...

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Sulphur Springs ISD Trustees Approve 6 Staff Changes
Oct22

Sulphur Springs ISD Trustees Approve 6 Staff Changes

Sulphur Springs Independent School District administrators will be tasked with finding two teachers and a payroll coordinator in the near future. SSHS will need an auto tech teacher starting in the spring semester. Troy Emerson turned in his notice of resignation, effective at the end of the semester. High school will also be losing math and robotics teacher Ruston Pennington at the end of the school year. Pennington notified...

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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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SSISD Board Places Emphasis on Lamar Primary During January Meeting; Campus Reports; Superintendent’s Contract Extended
Jan15

SSISD Board Places Emphasis on Lamar Primary During January Meeting; Campus Reports; Superintendent’s Contract Extended

Leesa Toliver was presented a plaque in recognition of her service as school board President for the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 school years during the January regular session of the Sulphur Springs School Board. January is “School Board Appreciation Month” and the board received tokens of appreciation from each campus. A program presented by Lamar Primary students and staff, “Capturing Kids Hearts” and a number of reports...

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