School News
  • The Bonham Public Library presents: Magical Balloon Guy at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, July 23 at Bonham Civic Center (Armory) for the "Readers Strike Back Balloon Show." You will be amazed, inspired, and entertained. Robb has a unique way of entertaining and educating your children at the same time. This is our last performer of the summer.
  • Fannin County Special Education SSA and its member districts offer comprehensive special education services to eligible students ages three through 21 years and to children from birth through age 21 years who have a hearing or visual impairment.
  • LEGO's Robot Academy is open to all students in 4th through 6th grade. Campers complete projects using EV3 LEGO's software and compete in a robot soccer tournament. The camp focuses on the engineering design process, building, and computer programming.
  • There is one more chance for your child to enjoy a week of Summer Camp at the Creative Arts Center. From July 29 through August 2, camp will be offered with Theater Class in the morning and Art Class in the afternoon.
  • Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires that the public schools of Fannin County not discriminate on the basis of handicap in any district program or activity.
  • Enrollment continues to grow at Southeastern, with a 26 percent increase this summer.
  • McKinney Summer Music Intensives is a week-long day camp for middle and high school music students. This unique camp offers instruction in diverse styles ranging from classical to world music, and crafted for students to learn through performing in daily classes and coaching in large as well as small ensembles. This Free Summer Concerts Series is slated for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 19-21.
  • Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, July 16, 2019, at 7:00 PM the Board of Trustees of the Bonham School District will hold a Special Meeting at the Bonham ISD Administration Center, 1005 Chestnut Street, Bonham, Texas 75418.
  • DISH is broadcasting the 91st Annual Texas FFA Convention live to a national audience for the first time.
  • This ain't no plain 'ol storytime, pardner. Sure, it's family 
friendly fun for the young 'uns (grades K-5 will enjoy it 
the most), but it's also an honest-to-goodness 
40-minute show that the kiddos help perform! That's right, Rita selects eager volunteers from the 
audience and provides them with costumes and lines 
so they can take part in the tellin' of the tale. She'll 
even bring her puppet friend Arty the Armadillo 
along for the fun.
  • Children ages 7 to 13 are invited to spend a summer day at the Eisenhower Birthplace State Historic Site. On July 16 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., kids join the museum staff as a Tuesday Trekker to explore the archeology and collections of the museum, including a "behind the scenes" tour of the Birthplace. The cost is $10 per student.
  • Notice is hereby given that on Monday, July 15, 2019, 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, Texas 75418.
  • Each year, the Creative Arts Center offers Summer Camp to local children. These camps give kids an opportunity to learn, meet new friends and have fun in a friendly environment. June camps are already past but this month's camps are July 15-10 and July 29-August 2.
  • Nine experimental fields are monitored each fall by Austin College students and faculty to track the progress of native prairie restoration. Every year since 2002, hundreds of local third, fourth, and fifth grade schoolchildren have enjoyed field trips to Sneed Prairie where they take part in activities and lessons to learn about prairie ecosystems, regional history, and the potential of ecosystem restoration. Austin College students lead the learning sessions. Dr. Peter Schulze, professor of biology and environmental science, oversees the prairie restoration efforts.
  • For the second year in a row, students will not see an increase in tuition rates at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.
  • Dr. Mathias Akuoko (left) is pictured with CDC's Dr. Gerald Mazurek, Medical Officer and Captain with the U.S. Public Health Service, and Mr. Abram Oliver, TB Elimination Division manager for Tarrant County Public Health.