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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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Tira News
Jun03

Tira News

by Jan Vaughn The Tira City Council will meet on Tuesday, June 7, at 6:00 p.m. at the Tira Community Center. During the meeting, they will look into filling the vacancy left by the resignation of Mayor Floyd Payton, along with conducting regular business. The public is always welcome and encouraged to attend. Joyce Dodd was in Paris last Friday, to meet six of her former coworkers from Cooper ISD. They met at TaMolly’s for a late...

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Salute to Excellence: 2016 Awards Assembly Presents $1.5 million in Scholarships
May20

Salute to Excellence: 2016 Awards Assembly Presents $1.5 million in Scholarships

Scholarships and Awards totaling near $1.5 million were handed out Thursday night at the 2016 Awards Assembly in the Sulphur Springs High School varsity gym. The annual awards night recognized academic and athletic achievements that garnered both monetary reward and state and regional recognition. Top graduates were recognized including 23 students in the top 10% of their class and 16 students in the top 10% who participated in a UIL...

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11 Sulphur Springs High School Business Professionals of America Students Qualified for State Competition

11 Sulphur Springs High School Business Professionals of America students qualified for state competition at a regional meet in Frisco this past weekend.  We get results from BPA sponsor Tracy Stewart.  I also talked with BPA student Sofia Guerrero, a junior who was selected as an alternate for state.  

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