Category Archive: Education

Jun 09 2016

CHANGING OF THE GUARDS

LISD board of trustees, family and friends on Tuesday said their goodbyes to John Preston, Longview ISD trustee Place 5 as heexited his position on the board after 18 years of service. People from the community gathered to wish him well with a cake and some punch at Longview ISD Education Service Center on Young …

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May 25 2016

Students Talk School Success, Summer

By Keisha Roland The school year is finally coming to a close. Hudson Pep students are eager to dive into summer. Hudson Pep Pepster reminisced on the activities of 2015-2016 school year. One of the most important things for 3rd grader Traivon Kempson was the STAAR test. He said, “I was ready for the STAAR …

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Apr 27 2016

GLOBE Teachers Honored

“A teacher holds the single most important task of the world, shaping the future. It is my strong belief that it’s a point when the teacher becomes the student and the student becomes the teacher true learning takes place.” – Globe Teacher of the Year Bryan Warren, J.L. Everhart 3rd grade teacher By Keisha Roland …

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Apr 21 2016

Kilgore College inducts 34 students into National English Honor Society

Upsilon Delta, the Kilgore College chapter of Sigma Kappa Delta, the national English honor society for two-year colleges, inducted 34 KC students at a ceremony April 14. Membership in SKD requires students maintain a grade point average of at least 3.3 on a 4.0 scale, to earn no grade lower that a “B” in a …

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Mar 17 2016

LISD Foundation Finance Education

It was a cool beautiful Wednesday morning when Kay Ray, executive director of Longview ISD gave away substantial amount of grant funds to LISD principals and their teachers. Longview Early Graduation teacher, Pam Anthony said, “It is a great and most wonderful feeling to be awarded.” Debbie Kraus from Johnston McQueen elementary school said, “I …

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Mar 02 2016

Welding: Igniting A Career

Monica Porras: Longview High School Senior Breaks The Mold Student Talks Family, Plans To Choose Welding For Her Career Demand For Welders Soars. With an aging population, the welding industry is coming up short of welders. More welders are needed to take up old and new positions in the industry. It is important to note, …

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Feb 26 2016

LUC and Kilgore College Launch Industrial Technology Degree

As part of their continuing partnership designed to expand opportunities for student success in Longview, Kilgore and Gregg County, the Longview University Center and Kilgore College have launched a Roadmap to Success Program in the field of Industrial Technology, also known as Applied Engineering. “Working with representatives from Kilgore College and Pine Tree High School, …

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Feb 09 2016

For the Love of Science

Longview ISD hosts a Junior and District Science Fair each year. The Junior Science Fair is for 1st- 4th grade students and the District Science Fair is for 5th- 12th grade students. Since the 1st- 4th grade students cannot advance to the Regional science fair, each elementary campus holds their own science fair. The judges …

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