Tag Archive: Johnston-McQueen

Apr 18 2016

Johnston McQueen Goes Blue

With April being Child Abuse Prevention Month agencies which work with abused, abandoned and neglected children are teaming with area schools to rally public awareness to the heartbreaking plague of the mistreatment and neglect of children in Gregg County. Johnston-McQueen Elementary School’s recent “Go Blue Day” stood out within this campaign as it showcased varied …

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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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May 08 2012

It takes one “good” teacher

“Woody” Kuon signs a book for Isabella Olofinlade

Vuthy “Woody” Kuon – author, illustrator, cartoonist, publisher, and speaker visits Johnston McQueen, tells students how one teacher made a difference in his life.   By Diane Perkins   Vuthy “Woody” Kuon recently spoke and autographed books at Johnston-McQueen Elementary School.  Kuon was born in Cambodia in the 70’s during the civil war. His entire …

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Jan 31 2012

Kids compete at UIL meet

Johnston McQueen students at recent UIL competition.

It was a bright, early and chilly Saturday morning when most people are in bed under warm blankets enjoying not having to go to school or work. Early risers may have been up watching cartoons. However, students, and their teachers assembled on this fateful morning at HUDSON PEP for the UIL meet. Seven LISD elementary …

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