Category Archive: Education

Mar 19

Fighting HIV/AIDS:NAACP, Churches to form coalition

“In order to address HIV/AIDS we have to discuss pre-marital sex. From a spiritual point of view, you are supposed to abstain from having sex before marriage.”–Special Health Resources Chief Financial Officer Carlton Smith. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is the oldest African-American civil rights organization in America. Ever since …

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Mar 15

College awareness

Tyler ISD’s Bell Elementary Global Communications Academy is celebrating a new partnership with Tyler Junior College (TJC) to help create a college-going culture among students as young as elementary age. The two schools announced the partnership during a “Leaders Today, College Tomorrow” assembly at the Bell campus Wednesday. The partnership will expose Bell students to …

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Mar 11

Excellence award:Kilgore College selects NISOD recipients

Kilgore College is proud to announce its recipients of the annual National Institute of Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence Awards. This year’s honorees from KC include Lori Truman, English instructor; Michele Daniels, speech instructor; and Paul Wills, psychology instructor. It also includes Minnie Stevens Piper nominee Paul Buchanan, geology instructor. NISOD’s Excellence Awards recognize …

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Mar 10

Scholarship offered to Texas students

Keep Texas Beautiful and the Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) Don’t mess with Texas program are encouraging high school students across the state to share their litter prevention accomplishments. In an effort to promote positive litter habits among young Texans, the organizations partnered to announce the 11th annual Don’t mess with Texas Scholarship contest. The …

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Mar 10

Young Entrepreneur’s featured

Student entrepreneurs participating in the Longview Chamber of Commerce’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy will present their company’s business plan before a panel of local leaders of industry and a public audience on March 19 at the Glaske Center for Engineering, Science & Technology on the LeTourneau University campus in the Barry Auditorium. The reception will begin …

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Mar 06

PTHS Band taking record numbers to State UIL contest

  Mark Melton, Director of Fine Arts, is pleased to announce that a record number of band students to competition this year; 81 band students have qualified for Texas UIL State Solo & Ensemble contest, to be held May 24th in Austin, TX. Most of those students will be competing in more than one event, …

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Feb 27

Singing it up

Director Melody McMullen announced the results of the Pine Tree HS Choir UIL Region 4 Solo and Ensemble contest, which took place on February 22, 2014. “I am proud to announce that we brought home a total of 38 1st division solos,” said McMullen. “6 Soloist will be advancing to the State Auditions in May, …

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Feb 23

Reddy appointed

Good Shepherd Health System announces the appointment of Rekha S. Reddy, MD, as the newest member of the Good Shepherd Health System Board of Directors. Dr. Reddy is a Good Shepherd Medical Associates Internal Medicine physician and practices at Good Shepherd Family Health Center located at 2131 South Mobberly Avenue in Longview. She has been …

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