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MISD board passes out accolades

Honorees presented at the Mineola School Board meeting Monday, March 15 included the following: First grade students Sarah Armstrong and Alex Hernandez. Fifth grade students Beckham Bowker and … more

UT Tyler lists semester honors

The University of Texas at Tyler announced 641 students, including 115 pharmacy students, were named to the fall 2020 Dean’s List. more

Mineola teachers can earn incentive pay

Mineola ISD teachers will have the opportunity to earn additional pay in just over two years. The Teacher Incentive Allotment came from new state funding legislation in 2019, and MISD can begin the process to get onboard with the program in August 2023. more

Mineola school board considers future projects

Mineola school trustees set their sights on the next improvement project for the district during last week’s board training session.

Potential projects include upgrades to the automotive technology facilities, as well as long-range plans for the elementary campus. more

Quitman ISD administrators awarded one-year contracts

Quitman ISD school members approved one-year contracts for administrators at Monday’s meeting. more

A storm for the ages

Wood County, Texas blanketed with record snow

A major winter storm of record-breaking proportions left Wood County and much of Texas in a week-long deep freeze that will make Valentine’s Day and Presidents Day 2021 memorable for decades to come. more

Mineola, Quitman have contested mayoral races

Mineola and Quitman will have contested races for Mayor on May 1, and Alba will get a new mayor.

The filing deadline for city council and school board elections passed Friday. more

Mineola High School Honor Roll

All “A’s” plus “AB” for grades 9-12 more

High school band students earn top marks in solo and ensemble

UIL solo and ensemble competition was held Friday, Feb. 5. The following area high school band students earned first division ratings to advance to the state competition. more

A-G board OKs ag facility bids

Dirt could turn as soon as Feb. 22 for a new agriculture-education facility for Alba-Golden ISD.

The school board accepted bids on Monday totaling $1,470,043. more

Mineola administrator contracts extended

The administrative staff at Mineola ISD has contracts for another year.

The school board voted unanimously Monday to extend the contracts of the district leadership team by one year. more

Special ed co-op growing

The Wood County Special Education Co-op has seen an almost 40% increase in students since the 2017 school year.

Co-op Director Tammy Willis told the Mineola school board Monday that there are another 30 to 40 referrals to the program. more
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