Lee students honor war heroes
During a visit to Lee Intermediate School Friday afternoon, Medal of Honor recipients took the question of why soldiers never smile in their photos.
GHS students hear from MOH recipients
When Hershel “Woody" Williams found out he’d been awarded the Medal of Honor, he said he didn’t even know what it was.
St. Mary's students discuss acting, confidence
A group of acting students at St. Mary’s Catholic School don’t expect fame, but their efforts have already brought another benefit.
There’s no shortage of kindness on the campus of Gainesville Middle School thanks to a project designed to help build students’ self-esteem and stamp out bullying.
Callisburg students get update on Japan
Visiting Japanese professor Chie Morizuka, talking to Callisburg junior high students, told them of the dead.
GISD approves resignation notification incentive
Gainesville Independent School District board of trustees discussed and then approved by a 6-0 vote the voluntary and early resignation incentive agreement, with a $4,000 incentive payment, for the first 40 qualified district employees.
Callisburg ISD receives Superior rating for financial accountability
The Callisburg Independent School District announced that the district received a rating of “Superior Achievement” under Texas’ Schools FIRST financial accountability rating system.
Two Edison students get new bikes for perfect attendance
Two Edison Elementary students took home new bikes, helmets and water bottles thanks to their perfect attendance during the first six weeks of school.
NCTC's Graham campus gets key accreditation
The significance of a college’s accreditation status cannot be overstated, according to Dr. Steve Broyles of North Central Texas College, and that’s why he said a recent visit to the NCTC Graham Campus by representatives from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) “was a big deal—a very, very big deal.”
GHS principal to leave post early
Gainesville High School Principal Gene Suttle — who in September, announced his intention to retire in January — may be stepping do
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