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Fighting at school can lead to 30 days in DAEP

Students caught fighting at Sulphur Springs High School could now face 30 days in the disciplinary alternative education program. Administrators met at high school and determined to utilize the option established in the Student Code of Conduct as a means to deter fighting at SSHS.

“I met with high school administrators before Christmas. There was concern about an increased number of incidents involving fighting,” Sulphur Springs Independent School District Assistant Superintendent Randy Reed told trustees during their regular monthly school board meeting Monday night.

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Biggest Loser challenge coming to Hopkins County

Chamber partners with TV show to offer 8-week competition

Are you The Biggest Loser?

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SSISD receives ‘clean’ audit

Mike Taylor of Rutherford, Taylor and Company, P.C., praised Sulphur Springs Independent School District for “professional” staff who are “wonderful” to work with during their annual audit. Taylor also noted the firm’s finding was a “clean” opinion.

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SSHS UIL team returns from Pine Tree Invitational with number of honors

The Sulphur Springs High School Academic UIL Team came home from two days worth of competition at the Pine Tree UIL Invitational with a number of individual and team honors earned. Some students placed in more than one event as well.

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Starbucks’ request for sign variance on Tuesday's ZBA agenda

The Zoning Board of Adjustments and Appeals for the City of Sulphur Springs is scheduled to discuss and possibly take action Tuesday on a sign request for a Starbucks coffee shop on South Broadway Street.

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