School News
  • The nominees for Senior Queen/Princess are L to R: Madeline Dolberry, Logan Rattan, Angelica Smith, Savannah Dennis
  • The L.H. Rather Junior High 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams traveled to Gainesville to support the NCTC Lady Lions volleyball team.
  • The L.H. Rather Junior High will have their first pep rally this Thursday during Tribe time (10:17 a.m. - 10:40 a.m). Parents and community members are welcome.
  • Finley-Oates will open its doors to students (Kindergarten through third grade), parents, and caregivers every Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. beginning September 18. Teachers will be on hand to assist families with homework, demonstrate new skills, or show parents where to find additional resources at home. The staff, which will include a Spanish speaking teacher, is eager to get underway.
  • Charlie Robison entertained the crowd Saturday afternoon.
  • We’re taking a victory lap around the world at Tom Bean ISD for homecoming 2014 on the week of September 22-26! Spirit days include: Tex-Mex Monday (fiesta/western wear), Tropical Tuesday (beach attire), We the People Wednesday (America Day), Throwback Thursday to Ancient Greece (Toga), and Crazy Spirit Day (Friday). There will be exciting activities for all TBHS students during the week.
  • (L-R) Troy McDonald, Tad Kissling, North, Minnick, Trey Sewell, Monty Babers, Lexi Orsak
  • Shani Finney, Cory Finney, John Weatherford, and Sara Livingston enjoy a time to explore the Duncan House. The Northeast Texas Children’s Museum has scheduled an Open House on Thursday, September 18 from 10:00 to 4:30 to recognize our donors and to officially open the new exhibits. The public is invited to attend.
  • Notice is hereby given that on Monday, September 15, 2014, at 6:00 PM the Board of Trustees of the Bonham School District will hold a Regular Meeting at the Bonham High School, 1002 Warpath, Bonham, Texas 75418.
  • The Chronicle of Higher Education has ranked Texas A&M University-Commerce at No. 17 among its “Fastest-Growing Colleges, 2002-12” in its Almanac of Higher Education 2014. In the 10-year span the university experienced a 39 percent increase in enrollment.
  • Dr. Martin Bressler, Professor of Marketing & Management in the John Massey School of Business at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, has been named editor of Entrepreneurial Executive journal. A publication of the Academy of Entrepreneurship, it is is one of 17 business journals sponsored by the Allied Academies, an international association of scholars.
  • Texas A&M University-Commerce will upgrade its facilities and expand its presence in downtown Dallas beginning in January 2015. The university has leased 42,203 square feet of space at Pacific Place located at 1910 Pacific Ave. The new space is connected by sky bridge to the Universities Center at Dallas.
  • Students at Bonham High School enjoyed Renaissance Breakfast during Warrior Time on Tuesday. This was an introduction into this year's Renaissance Lunch program which is for students who qualified by passing all of their STAAR tests during the first administration AND made all A's (purple group) or all A's and B's (purple & white). These students are able to enjoy extended lunches off campus on multiple designated dates throughout the semester.
  • Commissioner of Education Michael Williams has notified the U.S. Department of Education that the Texas Education Agency (TEA) will submit an application for a federal preschool expansion grant.
  • Thursday (9/11) - JV Football @ Commerce 6:30 pm
    Friday (9/12)- Pep Rally BHS gym @ 10:15; Theme is "Throwback"
    - Volleyball vs Dodd City @ Home 4:30
    - Varsity Football vs. Commerce @ Home (Youth Football Night) Kickoff 7:30 pm