School News
  • On the third Tuesday of each month, Dr. Quynh Dang, interim director of First-Year TRAC, along with guest assistants, will prepare a healthy meal using minimal ingredients that those with few cooking skills can replicate. The cooking will take place in the Nursing and Health Sciences Building but will be streamed on Facebook.
  • Patient Care Technician students practice their skills. Scholarship application deadline is Sunday, October 25.
  • As part of Bonham ISD's practices to respond to COVID-19, we are notifying all Warrior families and staff of the transition to remote learning for Bonham High School students ONLY next week.
  • College students looking for summer 2021 internships will want to examine job openings posted online at usajobs.gov for USDA NRCS.
  • Notice is hereby given that on October 19, 2020, at 6:00 PM the Board of Trustees of the Bonham School District will hold a Regular Meeting at the Bonham ISD Administration Center 1005 Chestnut Street Bonham, TX 75418.
  • Texas Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Education Agency (TEA), and the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) today announced the creation of a COVID-19 Rapid Testing Pilot Program for Texas school systems. This program will help schools conduct rapid tests of district employees and students — with the written permission of their parents — to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 on campuses.
  • Sandra Davalos has long dreamed of pursuing a career in fashion design. There are the runway shows, red carpet events and even the chance at international fame and fortune. But it's not the industry's glitz and glamour that piqued the interest of the 27-year-old former Dallas College student.
  • Fannin County 4-H is collecting new and lightly used backpacks for children in need at the Derrell Hall Education Center located at 2505 N Center St. Bonham, TX 75418 from October 12 to October 25.
  • Despite the pandemic's impact on the restaurant and hospitality industry, Dallas College continues to support and elevate culinary culture with its annual showcase of the most exciting kitchen fare in Dallas – this year, all from the comfort of your car.
  • The newest additions to the Southeastern aviation fleet arrived recently. Aviation Sciences, which began at Southeastern Oklahoma State University in 1966, now serves 150 students who come to Durant from around the country to pursue their dream of becoming a professional pilot.
  • For 30 years, the Myers-LeCroy scholarship has changed the lives of high-achieving students whose leadership, service and scholastic accomplishments have propelled them to academic and personal success.
  • Everyone knows the word, "robot," but not everyone knows it was first introduced to the world in the 1920 science fiction play "RUR" by the Czech writer Karel Čapek, which premiered in 1921. Though drama at Paris Junior College has had to step back from public performances due to the COVID-19 pandemic, two free, virtual shows will be offered via Zoom this fall. "Rossum's Universal Robots" or "RUR" will take the virtual stage on November 12-14 at 7:30 p.m., and at 2:30 p.m. on Nov. 15. "Alice in Cyberland" will be performed at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 3, 4, and 5 and at 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 6.
  • How can schools keep students and faculty safe while holding classes on campus? PCR testing is key, say Austin College and Grayson College officials — so they’re working with GoGetTested.com to help keep each campus safe. In addition to testing students, faculty, and staff, the GoGetTested site is open to the general public. In fact, the colleges intentionally put testing centers on the edge of campus to make it easy for the local community to visit. (photo of the testing site at Austin College parking lot west of the Wright Campus Center, 1301 E. Brockett, Sherman 75090)
  • The Ebby Halliday Foundation has donated real estate legend and philanthropist Ebby Halliday Acers' papers, including letters, journals, speeches and scrapbooks, to SMU's DeGolyer Library. The foundation also made a donation to the DeGolyer Library. (photo courtesy of Ebby Halliday Foundation)
  • With a growing demand for customized training, professional development, IT bootcamps, and recruiting services, Collin Corporate College is growing to meet the needs of the local business, governmental and nonprofit sectors. Collin Corporate College announced the addition of Business Development Representative Jana Nixon and Business Development Manager Tom Turci.
  • Every year, National 4-H Week sees millions of youth, parents, volunteers and alumni come together to celebrate the many positive youth development opportunities offered by 4-H. The theme for this year’s National 4-H Week, Opportunity4All, is a campaign that was created by National 4-H Council to rally support for Cooperative Extension's 4-H program and identify solutions to eliminate the opportunity gap that affects 55 million kids across America.