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Swarm wins area soundly

The Mineola, Quitman, and Winnsboro high school bands competed at the Conference 3A Area C marching contest held at Carthage High School Stadium on Saturday.

Mineola’s Sound of the Swarm marching band won the competition, earning a trip to San Antonio where they will defend their state championship title Nov. 6. more

Health sciences, welding among MISD offerings in career, tech

Mineola students in their junior year of the health science program are learning to feel for veins and the correct positioning of needle insertion. more

Quitman ISD buys buses, curriculum

Quitman ISD trustees approved the purchase of four buses Monday. The International buses are 71 passenger vehicles at a cost of $71,900 each with a delivery fee of $500 per bus and are being … more

Mineola ISD maintenance facility to be repurposed for CTE classrooms, shops

“We have a good problem” said Mineola ISD Superintendent Randy Hancock at the board meeting Monday night. The success of the career and technical education (CTE) programs have created a space issue. more

Quitman, Mineola bands march on to area

Quitman and Mineola marching bands received first division ratings at regional marching competition Tuesday. They will travel to Carthage on Saturday to compete at area. more

Mineola ISD board exempts TJC dual credit students from no-pass, no-play provisions

The Mineola School Board approved a revision to the “No Pass, No Play” policy in regard to dual credit classes Monday. more

Hawkins Elementary named Blue Ribbon School

Hawkins Elementary School (HES) is among 300 schools in the nation to receive the Blue Ribbon School designation. more

Mineola band hosting marching festival

Mineola Sound of the Swarm, the only band in Texas to hold the State Marching title and the Honor Band title, is gearing up for a very busy October dubbed “Bandtober” by … more

Community offered opportunity to speak on new superintendent characteristics

The Mineola ISD board of trustees approved a general timeline for the new superintendent search last Tuesday. more

MISD board continues CTE talks

Conversation focused on Career and Technical Education (CTE) continued at the MISD school board meeting Tuesday, Oct. 1 when community speaker Shane Elmore addressed the board with praise and questions. more

Mineola board hashes out plans to expand career-tech

The Mineola ISD held an informal workshop to gather information and plan the expansion of the career and technical education program on Tuesday, Sept. 24. The meeting was productive, with all board members and new interim Superintendent Randy Hancock present. Also attending were Mayor Kevin White, City Manager Mercy Rushing, other city officials and Mineola Foundation representatives.  more

Mineola elementary campuses roll out plans to improve state standards score

After receiving an F campus accountability rating from the Texas Education Agency, the Mineola elementary and primary schools have adopted a new focus, “No one goes backwards.” more
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