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For five years, classes of Quitman sophomores have been putting their geometry skills into practice by building a tiny house.
John Herring and Chris Hood’s class, “Geometry in Construction,” learns about geometry then builds a 12 foot by 36 foot tiny house.
Instead of regular geometry, students have the option of participating in a hands-on experience where they alternate between learning geometry one class period then work on the house next time. more
The City of Quitman gained a new mayor and two familiar aldermen, while Mineola ISD elected three new trustees to its school board in Saturday’s municipal and school board elections. more
The following students from Wood County have earned degrees from the University of Texas at Tyler for the spring 2019 semester. Students are listed by college, degree, hometown and major. COLLEGE … more
Quitman FFA Ag Sales team earned 10th place at the state contest in Huntsville on May 3. more
Seniors Brenley Von Reyn and Justin Blalock were named Quitman Rotary’s Students of the Month for May. Von Reyn is the Quitman FFA secretary and she’s received awards in public speaking and … more
Two Quitman One Act Play cast members earned individual honors at the state contest on Saturday. Riley Cameron was named All Star Cast, and Kaiti Kelley received Honorable Mention All Star Cast. … more
(Editor’s note: This is another story in a series that examines opportunities in MISD’s Career & Technical Education program).
When graduation rolls around in May, 16 students are expected to leave Mineola High School with an entry-level ASE certification in automotive technology. more
Fifth Six Weeks All As 9th Grade – Christian Adamson, Sara Cross, Delaney Flanagan, Elizabeth Herring, Nehi-Nehemiah Llast-Durst, Diego Osornio-Rios, Mackenzie Ragan, Sydney Reid, Jazmin … more
Fifth Six Weeks All As 6th Grade - Emilee Baker, Hayden Breding, Armando Chavarria, Kash Davis, Kendall Davis, Katelyn De Gorostiza, Alexandra Derryberry, Daniel Kernes, Peyton Kruckner, … more
Ten local high school students residing within the Wood County Electric Cooperative’s nine-county service area will each receive a $1,000 scholarship toward continuing education. more
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