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Alba-Golden superintendent leaving despite protests

In an emotionally charged Alba-Golden ISD board meeting on Thursday night, trustees voted unanimously to offer Superintendent Dwayne Ellis a retirement agreement.  The agreement states that … more

One of the best in the land

The Mineola High School band was formally presented its Sudler Shield during its concert last Thursday in Lindale. The students performed the music they will present at the Texas Music Educators … more

Quitman school board buys property for administration

Quitman School Board trustees approved a budget amendment for $500,000 to purchase a lot at 600 N. Winnsboro. The building and lot were originally used as a funeral home and for the past few years have been a child care center. more

Mark Parkerson leaving Mineola ISD

The resignation of director of special programs Mark Parkerson was accepted at the Mineola ISD board meeting on Feb. 10. He has taken a position with Region 7. more

City and Mineola ISD to partner for CTE staffer

The city of Mineola will consider a grant partnership for career and technical education next month with the Mineola school district. more

Mineola HS tractor team advances to state contest

The Mineola ISD Tractor Technician team placed second in the Area 6 Tractor Tech Contest at Sam Houston State University on Jan. 31. more

Students of the Month

Quitman Rotary Club students of the month are Rylie Flanagan and Shelby Hayes for December and Jaci Coley and River Chaney for January. more

Alba-Golden Elementary Honor Roll

The following students’ names were inadvertently left off last week’s Alba-Golden Elementary School honor rolls. All A’s Second Grade Bentley Cole, Alice Kenney, Daniel … more

QHS to show film on time teens spend on their screens

A thought-provoking doc- umentary about growing up in the digital age is going to be shown free Monday at 7 p.m. at Quitman High School. The title of the movie is Screenagers: Growing up in the … more

Board extends Turner contract

Quitman ISD school board members extended Superintendent Rhonda Turner’s contract through 2025 at their Jan. 19 meeting. She received a four percent raise up to $135,400 annually. Turner … more

Schools going different ways after UIL reshuffling

After going east for two years to play powerhouses Gladewater, Tatum Sabine and West Rusk the Mineola Yellowjackets will be traveling north and west the next two years to play football. more

Supt. Mize offers outlook on future of Mineola schools

New Mineola Superintendent Cody Mize spoke on his desire to serve and see growth at MISD during the Mineola Rotary Club meeting on Jan. 27. He wants to see great things happen for the students and believes that will happen when the community works together as one for the good of all. more
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