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Sulphur Springs High School Symphonic Band in Concert

Sulphur Springs High School Symphonic Band Director Charles McCauley conducts “The Willows of Winter” by B.J. Brooks in the high school’s band concert hall Tuesday.  The concert also included a performance by SSHS Concert Band directed by Steve Proctor. Each band played three pieces which varied stylistically.

Good People Having Good Times

Silver Olympics
Winners of the Carriage House Manor’s first Silver Olympic Games celebrate their victories Friday. The competition was held on Fridays during the months of March and April. Participants received medals for each event including the shot put, javelin throw, relay races and target tosses.

Douglas and Bowie schools to see additional security

Parents and staff at Douglas Intermediate and Bowie Elementary schools will soon notice additional security measures at the school. Wireless locks and hardware systems will be installed at the schools, utilizing PROX cards for keyless entry, as was done earlier this year at Lamar Elementary, Early Childhood Learning Center and Sulphur Springs High School.

No good cheer here as tryouts questioned

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Parents of students who participated in cheerleader tryouts this spring expressed concern Monday night to school trustees regarding the fairness of the system, and indicated not only a desire to see an improved selection process before next year’s selection, but also fairness for all this year.


Trustees hear concerns on proposed bond

A local resident Monday night expressed to school trustees his disapproval of Sulphur Springs Independent School District’s proposed $48 million school bond election, and offered alternative suggestions.
“I’m for education. There’s needs. I’m for spending only on things that are necessities,” Bob Burns told SSISD trustees during the public forum portion of Monday night’s SSISD board meeting.

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