School News
  • UNT Electrical Engineering faculty members Shengli Fu (left) and Yan Wan (right).
  • House Bill 18 and House Bill 505, passed in the last legislative session, lifted limits on the number of total dual credit hours in which a high school student can enroll. Students may take a certain number of hours of dual credit at their high schools and they may also take online classes offered by PJC.
  • Nandika D'Souza, University of North Texas Regents Professor of mechanical and energy engineering and associate dean of undergraduate studies in UNTís College of Engineering, has been named the 2015 Society of Women Engineers Distinguished Engineering Educator. The award is presented to educators who make significant contributions to the engineering field.
  • The Texas Wildlife Association Foundation (TWAF) and the San Antonio Livestock Exposition, Inc. (SALE) have joined forces to offer five (5) $10,000 Natural Resource-Excellence in Education Scholarships in the fall of 2015. The scholarships will be awarded to five freshmen at Texas universities who are majoring in natural resource related field such as agricultural science, wildlife science, forestry, range science, or similar majors.
  • The Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine held a reception today in honor of Michael Weipert, a third-year medical student and 2015 Tillman Scholar. Weipert is one of 60 U.S. service members, veterans and military spouses chosen for the award this year.
  • Austin College is celebrating the achievement of a milestone in environmental progress: 100% renewable electricity.
  • The Stonebridge United Methodist Church "Back to School Prayer Walk" held on Sunday, August 23, was a huge success!
  • On Saturday, September 12, U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (TX-03) invites Collin County students and their families to attend the annual U.S. Service Academy Information Forum to learn more about the selection process and application requirements to attend our nations' service academies. This is a FREE information session open to all, and no appointment or reservation is required.
  • It's no secret that the Dallas-Fort Worth area economy has grown by leaps and bounds over the past few years, often at a pace faster than the national economy. However, it's also clear that a skills gap exists - a shortage of skilled workers who can fill the high-paying jobs that are being created by the area's booming economy.
  • Bonham Independent School District is now taking applications for the vacant seat in Place 2 on the Board of Trustees. A special meeting will be called in September to discuss and vote on the appointment of the new Board member.
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  • John Wooden said, "If you're not making mistakes, then youíre not doing anything. I'm positive that a doer makes mistakes." At Bonham High School we are positive that our intentions and goals are great. However, due to the fact that we were unable to provide the summer reading assignment to our students prior to the last day of school we have decided to utilize the first nine weeks of school to provide additional time to complete and submit the assignments. It is our desire to ensure that each student has the support necessary to be successful and to acquire proficiency in the concepts these lessons teach.
  • A Bonham driver test drives a new Ford Mustang during Bob Utter Ford's Drive 4 UR School fundraiser.
  • A Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Bonham ISD was held Monday, August 17, 2015, beginning at 6:00 PM in the Bonham ISD Administration Center, 1005 Chestnut Street, Bonham, Texas 75418.
  • Ector ISD offers a choice of healthy meals each school day. Children may buy lunch for $1.50, breakfast for $1.25. Children who qualify under U.S. Department of Agriculture guidelines may get meals free or at a reduced price of .40 for lunch, .30 for breakfast. All meals served must meet nutrition standards, established by U.S.D.A.
  • New to the English Department is Thomas Blake, assistant professor. He earned a bachelorís degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, as well as a masterís degree. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Iowa. He served as a visiting assistant professor at the University of Iowa in 2014-2015, where he also had been a graduate instructor. He also served as an English language teacher for two summers in Japan.
  • The Southeastern Hub for Arts Resources in Education (SHARE) is again opening auditions for the SHARE Childrenís Chorus for all interested singers in grades 3-8.