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QISD students, superintendent receive state FFA honors

Five Quitman ISD FFA students earned their Texas FFA Lone Star degrees at the 91st Annual Texas FFA State Convention in Fort Worth from July 15 to 19. more

QISD trustees set tax rate, teacher salaries

Quitman ISD trustees Monday night voted in favor of proposed tax rate significantly lower than last year’s as well as a new teacher salary schedule. more

Free and reduced price meals available from county schools

Pubic schools in Wood County offer free and reduced price lunches based on family income eligibility. more

Aquaponics latest addition to MISD Outdoor Science Center

An outdoor science lab behind Mineola Middle School continues to incorporate new elements as educators seek to bring a hands-on learning experience to students. more

MHS and MMS bands advance to state competition

The Mineola High School and Middle School bands recently entered the Outstanding Performance Series (OPS) competition. more

Quitman High School adds assistant principal

Quitman High School will welcome a new assistant principal in the fall. Justin Cowart was recently hired for the position after 14 years in education at Lindale ISD.  more

Mineola middle school student takes part in STEM program at Dallas university

Joel Smith from Mineola joined outstanding middle school students from across the nation this summer to take part in a unique academic development experience at the University of Texas at Dallas. Smith took part in the National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF) Explore STEM program. more

Mason looks forward to role of QISD assistant superintendent

Christopher Mason, Quitman ISD new assistant superintendent, will add his knowledge and expertise to the administration team for the 2019-20 school year. more

Hawkins student makes President’s List at OBU

Ethan Edwards of Hawkins has been named to the spring 2019 President’s List at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Ark. more

Quitman ISD agriculture program helps prepare students for job market and life

With about 150 high school and junior high students in the program, agriculture science at Quitman ISD continues to grow by providing students with real-world leadership qualities and professional skills. Agriculture science teacher Brant Lee said the QISD agriculture department’s biggest push is developing professional leadership skills in students. more

Quitman agriculture program adds third teacher

In preparation of growing enrollment, a new Quitman agriculture science teacher was hired for the next school year. Paulette Aguilar comes to Quitman after teaching agriculture courses at Gilmer ISD for six years. more

Pickens named to honors list

Claire M. Pickens of Mineola was named to The University of Alabama President’s List for spring 2019. more
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