School News
  • Brainstorm, build, break and create! Recognizing the importance of training the STEM leaders of tomorrow, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science will kick off Engineers Week with several days of buildable, makerspace fun including engineering-themed activities, experiments, challenges, crafts and more Thursday, Feb. 25-Sunday, Feb. 28.
  • (L-R) TAMUC President Mark Rudin, Dr. Greg Hulsey, Alicia Hulsey, TAMUC Athletic Director Tim McMurray
  • 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.
  • Fannin Federal Credit Union now has applications available for their members who are graduating high school seniors. Applicants must be a Credit Union member for at least 90 days to apply for a Fannin Federal Credit Union scholarship.
  • Campus tours provide prospective students with a unique opportunity to learn more about Southeastern.
  • A Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Bonham ISD will be held February 22, 2021, beginning at 6:00 PM in the Bonham ISD Administration Center, 1005 Chestnut Street, Bonham, TX 75418.
  • There are 2 seats that are expiring this year (both will be 3-year terms). Anyone interested in running for Place 1, or Place 2 must file by 5:00 p.m. on February 12, 2021. For an application to place name on Board of Trustee Election Ballot, come by the Ector ISD Superintendents Office at 301 South Main, Ector, TX. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday.
  • 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.

  • Bonham ISD is closing all campuses and offices for the remainder of the week due to poor road conditions and ongoing power outages that are affecting families in many parts of the District. We will NOT be holding in-person or remote learning on Thursday, February 18 or Friday, February 19. School will resume on a normal schedule on Monday, February 22, 2021.
  • Due to significant weather-related challenges, all Dallas College locations will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 18, through Sunday, Feb. 21. Dallas College will be curtailing all remote operations and canceling all classes during this time.
  • Trinity Falls Marketing Director C’Ella Clayton, far right, presents a $500 check to teacher Coyle Edmondson, middle, as part of the community’s MISD Staff Spotlight Award. Scott Morgan Johnson Middle School Principal Holly Rogers, far left, shared in the celebration.
  • Grayson College Patient Care Technician students practicing Nurse Aide skills. Grayson College’s Center for Workplace Learning is now an in-facility test center for the Nurse Aide Competency Exam administered by Prometric.
  • Due to the road conditions, all Bonham ISD campuses and offices will be CLOSED Tuesday, February 16 and Wednesday, February 17.

  • Places 1 and 2 are open for full three-year terms and Place 6 is open for a partial term of two years. The last day to file for a place on the ballot will be February 12, 2021. An application for a place on the ballot will be available online at www.bonhamisd.org or at the Bonham ISD Administration Offices.
  • The Our Community Matters Council (OCMC) is pleased to announce the winners of the First Annual OCMC Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Essay and Art Contest. Essay winners are Callie Wright (first place), Mackenzie Hayes (second place) and Izac Miller (third place). Art contest winners are Lilly Mitchell (first place), Cody Askins (second place) and Victoria Gomez (third place).
  • Austin College today became one of seven colleges and universities selected by the Council of Independent Colleges in Washington, D.C., to serve as Regional Collaboration Partners for the multiyear project "Legacies of American Slavery: Reckoning with the Past."

  • Several Texas A&M University-Commerce programs boast standout rankings. Among its online offerings, the university ranked 42 out of 357 schools in the nation for “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs.” According to U.S. News, highly ranked programs in this category possess quality distance learning instruction, strong instructor credentials and instructor access, high graduation rates, and robust career and financial support.