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Quitman High School One Act Play has advanced to the state contest after competing in the regional contest April 16 at Tyler Junior College. The cast and crew will compete at the Round Rock ISD … more
Establishment of a Career and Technical Education (CTE) hub in Mineola took a significant step forward Monday when the MISD school board unanimously gave Supt. Kim Tunnell the green light to negotiate purchase of the former UT-Health clinic building just north of town.

The building, which is owned by UT-Health East Texas, would cost the school district about $150,000 in cash. UT-Health also would receive $300,000 in marketing considerations, which would include such things as naming rights and advertising. The roughly 7,000-square-foot building rests on about seven acres just north of Lake Brenda along Texas Hwy. 37. The building was once a clinic, but as of late it’s been used for storage.

The building could wind up being a permanent home for CTE classes or a temporary space.

“It could be short-term, but it also could be long-term,” Tunnell said after the meeting. more
Three high school students from Alba-Golden and Mineola earned medals at the UIL Academics Conference 3A Region 2 Spring Meet at Tyler Junior College last Saturday. Gabe Mullen of Alba-Golden … more
Quitman Proud Blue Band has selected its 2019-20 Drum Major and Color Guard. Kaitlynn Barnett was chosen as next year’s Drum Major. Whitnee Weiher will be the Color Guard Captain. Other members of … more
Mineola ISD named its Teachers of the Year at Monday night’s school board meeting. The four teachers “are examples of the quality of staff in our district,” Supt. Kim Tunnell said when the announcements were made. more
Inside a classroom adorned with models and cutouts of superheroes, 6- and 7-year-olds wear headphones, peer at a computer screen and learn rudimentary computer coding.

For 47 minutes each week, more than 100 second-graders at Mineola Primary School learn the elementary building blocks of computer technology. The kids are a long way off from understanding how to write complex computer programs, but they do grasp a fundamental understanding:

“They realize they’re actually making things happen,” says Kaye Morris, a primary school technology instructor. “They see the end results of the sequencing.”

Across America, schools are investing in technological training and education of children at a young age. Mineola, which prides itself for its technological innovation in the classroom, is no different. It sees learning the language of computers as a foundational skill for competing in the world of today and tomorrow. more
Quitman High School One Act Play advanced to regionals after competing at the area contest in Denison last weekend. In Quitman’s individual awards, Deacon Hicks received Outstanding Crew. Jacob … more
Mineola High School’s Sound of Swarm added to its reputation for excellence at the recent UIL band sight reading contest. Mineola High, the 2017 3A UIL state marching champion, earned a UIL … more
Quitman, Alba-Golden and Mineola UIL academic and speech students returned from the recent 3A district meet at Grand Saline with many medals and advanced to regional competition. Quitman Current … more
Mineola High School will again provide Return on Investment - Seniors Give Back 2019, a community service event in which student volunteers express their gratitude for the support and encouragement … more
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