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Mineola school board, superintendent part ways

Mineola ISD school board members voted 5-1 to accept the resignation of Superintendent Kim Tunnell at a special called meeting Thursday night.

Board member Jill Quiambao cast the dissenting vote against accepting the resignation while Glenn Dossett, Daniel Louderman, Jay McGough and Jackie Rodieck voted in favor. Dr. Kyle Gully was absent from the meeting.

In her letter, Tunnell stated her resignation would be effective Jan. 31, 2020, or upon her receiving a position at another school district. Tunnell was not present at the meeting. more

Alba-Golden ISD scores a “B” grade

Alba-Golden ISD received its state accountability rating from the Texas Education Agency Aug. 15. more

MISD achieves B rating; elementary rated as “F”

Overall, the Mineola Independent School District saw gains in the Texas Education Agency (TEA) report card accountability ratings, scoring a B for the district as a whole. The district’s overall score of 85 is up from the 83 it posted the previous year. Since 2017, the district’s overall rating has improved 16 points. more

Quitman ISD just misses an “A” state rating

QISD received 89 out of 100 and a grade of B this year. The district increased by six points from last year. more

Mineola ISD board receives district accountability grades

The Mineola school board received the state’s new accountability ratings scores for each district campus. Although the district received an overall B grade, the elementary school was given an F. more

QISD educators get inspired for new year

Quitman ISD enlisted the help of a motivational speaker for its annual convocation to give administration and staff fresh teaching strategies this school year. more

Yantis ISD earns large increase in state score

YISD received 85 out of 100 and a grade of B this year. The district increased by 16 points from last year. more

MISD teachers urged to invest time, energy into each student

An array of orange hardhats was arranged before a lectern to symbolize the hard work that lies in store as teachers and staff in Mineola assembled for convocation at First Baptist Church on Aug. 8. more

Water leak damages MISD band hats and shoes

The Mineola Independent School District this week was assessing damage to student band shoes and marching band hats after a water heater leaked. The water heater is located above the uniform room … more

Jarvis appoints VP for institutional advancement and development

Jarvis Christian College will add a new member to its leadership team this year. more

Jarvis to host Fulbright teaching assistant from China

A professor from China will educate a class of Jarvis Christian College students on the Chinese culture and language this fall semester. more

Mineola ISD OKs teacher, staff raises

Teachers in the Mineola school district will see significant pay increases after trustees Monday night approved raises across the board. The money to be spent on teachers salaries exceeds the amount required under House Bill 3. more
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