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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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Sulphur Springs ISD 2021-2022 Calendar Approved
Mar23

Sulphur Springs ISD 2021-2022 Calendar Approved

Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees Monday evening approved a 2021-22 calendar very similar to the calendar approved last spring for the current school year, which had to be adjusted due to COVID-19. SSISD Superintendent Mike Lamb discusses the proposed 2021-2022 school calendar with the school board While the calendar committee employed the same philosophies used to draft the original 2020-21 school calendar...

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SSISD Trustees Approve 2020 Tax Rate, 9 Personnel Changes, Budget Amendments
Aug29

SSISD Trustees Approve 2020 Tax Rate, 9 Personnel Changes, Budget Amendments

Sulphur Springs ISD Board of Trustees during a special called noon meeting Friday, Aug. 28, approved budget amendments, 9 personnel changes, the SSISD 2020 tax rate and the Virtual Academy plan. SSISD 2020 Tax Rate SSISD Tax Assessor Collector Sandra Gibby recommended a SSISD 2020 tax rate of $1.251380 per $100 cash valuation of property within SSISD, with $0.9409 of that rate going toward the local maintenance fund for daily...

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SSISD Parents Will Receive Emails Monday About Distance Learning Plan
Mar19

SSISD Parents Will Receive Emails Monday About Distance Learning Plan

2020 Graduation, Honors Breakfast, Prom, 8th Grade Banquet Still On SSISD Calendar, Could Be Rescheduled Depending On COVID-19 Situation While normal district operations at Sulphur Springs ISD suspended through April 10 due to COVID-19, that doesn’t meal student’s won’t be required to do school work. Beginning Monday, SSISD students’ parents and guardians will receive information regarding how distance...

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SSISD Providing Free Meals For Kids 1-18 Years
Mar16

SSISD Providing Free Meals For Kids 1-18 Years

Sulphur Springs ISD will be providing free meals for all SSISD students and any community children ages 1-18 years from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Monday-Friday, until further notice, at Sulphur Springs Elementary, Bowie Primary, Bush Primary and Douglass ECLC. See the press release below for additional details:

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COVID-19 Update: Courts, Jail Procedures Impacted As Preventive Measures
Mar14

COVID-19 Update: Courts, Jail Procedures Impacted As Preventive Measures

All Local School Districts Cancel Classes Next Week; No Confirmed Coronavirus Reported In Hopkins County Local government entities continue to make preparations to prevent potential spread of the coronavirus. As of noon Saturday, no cases of COVID-19 had been reported in Hopkins County. While 51 cases of COVID-19 had been reported throughout the state Saturday, the nearest confirmed cases to Hopkins County, according to Texas...

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Sulphur Springs ISD Extends Spring Break One Week
Mar13

Sulphur Springs ISD Extends Spring Break One Week

In response to the worldwide pandemic know as the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) the Sulphur Springs ISD has decided to extend Spring Break for one week for all students in the district, to minimize public interaction between students, teachers, faculty and staff. The cautious measure follows school districts across the state and nation. This does NOT mean that any cases are confirmed or suspected in the SSISD community, but will...

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Cancellations/Closures on Community Calendar
Apr02

Cancellations/Closures on Community Calendar

If your church, group or non-profit organization has an announcement for the public, please send it to us at [email protected] Or you can print or write out your announcement and leave it in the message box on the KSST front door, and we will make the announcement for you. As of April 1, 2020, Hopkins County officials are reporting three cases of Coronavirus in the county. Local Emergency Management officials urge everyone to follow...

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SBISD Conducting Surveys To Better Assist Students; Other Schools Also Working To Meet Children’s Needs
Mar17

SBISD Conducting Surveys To Better Assist Students; Other Schools Also Working To Meet Children’s Needs

School may be out for students this week, but administrators and staff at local school districts have been working diligently since last week to keep abreast of the situation and be able to offer services to assist students’ families while classes are suspended due to the COVID-19 concerns. Sulphur Bluff and Miler Grove ISD administrators are asking families to complete surveys to assess their needs. Several schools, such as...

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*Update: ALL Hopkins County Schools To Be Closed Next Week
Mar13

*Update: ALL Hopkins County Schools To Be Closed Next Week

The list of local schools extending spring break, as a precaution against coronavirus, continued to grow Friday afternoon with all Hopkins County districts and Yantis opting not to hold classes next week. UIL has also suspended all activities March 16-29. Cumby, North Hopkins, Como-Pickton, Sulphur Springs ISD, Miller Grove, Saltillo, Sulphur Bluff all confirmed this afternoon that they will not have classes next week. SSISD posted...

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