Education

Mon
24
Jul

Use your teacher voice!

Suzanne Bardwell

I have spilled barrels of ink in columns on the joys of being a teacher but now some ink needs to be spilled to get educators the help we need. Along with other school employees and retirees, we are facing a nightmare. And that is why 800 educators packed the front lawn of the Gregg County Courthouse recently in the "Use Your Teacher Voice!" Rally.

Wed
19
Jul

CHS registration scheduled

Registration for all students will be come and go on Aug.8-9 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 to 6 p.m. in the Canton High School Commons area.

 Schedules for the new school year will be distributed only after all registration materials have been completed and signed by a parent or guardian and all fees and fines from last year have been cleared.  

All registration forms will be available online at http://hs.cantonisd.net  and at the high school office beginning Aug. 3.   All students must provide proof of residency in the form of a current utility bill or lease agreement.  If you are not accompanying your student to registration, you must send proof of residency and all completed and signed registration forms for your student to receive his/her schedule. 

Wed
12
Jul

CIS recipient of bicycles

Canton Intermediate School recipients of brand new bicycles through Stan's Plan were Zy'Reana Tyson (4th grade student in Mrs. Ham's class) and Edgar Zaragoza (3rd grade student in Mrs. Elliott's class)

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Tue
11
Jul

4th grade A honor roll year

Canton Intermediate School 4th grade students who made "A" Honor Roll for All Year are Sarah Cargle, Soloman Carter, Willow Cavitt, Hutson Davis, Jacob Durham, Olivia Freeman, Ella Goodson, Abigail Grant, Jayden Huff, Bella Irwin, Yoyo Jiang, Mackenzie Krailo, Caroline Kroha, Ellie O'Mara, Raley Pino, Kara Pride, Allison Rickman and Jake Wilkerson.

 

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Mon
10
Jul

3rd grade honor roll

Canton Intermediate School 3rd grade "A" Honor Roll students for the 4th 9 weeks are Addison Alexander, Gabe Battisto, Addie Bell, Tucker Brown, Karter Broyles, Rylee Busby, Rigel Carreon, Lily Cervantes, Addison Cowden, Omega Dees, Joel Delgado, Lexi Etheridge, Nash Fenner, Katheryne Fisher, Andres Galan, Colton Goodson, Lane Hall, Dylann Hillhouse, Kenzie Jones, Sarah-Kate Kelly, Kaven Kernell, Andi Kinsey, Ella McMillan, Jayden Mitchell, Wyatt Monie, Cash Moser, Kendyl Nix, Grace O'Bannon, Rylee Owens, Jacie Priest, William Rowland, Caleb Rushing, Benjamin Schira, Brenden Selby, Lane Sides, Riley Smith, Brody Wampler, Kadence Wilson, Mason Wright and Edgar Zaragoza.

Sun
09
Jul

2nd Citizenship awards

Canton Intermediate winners for the Citizenship Award for the 4th 9 weeks are Kennedy Opitz and Johnny Fleming (5th grade).

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Sun
09
Jul

University News

Stephen F. Austin

The following students from Canton have been named to the dean’s list at Stephen F. Austin State University for the spring semester: Shelby Coursey, Human Sciences; Dakota Holleman, Nursing; and

Mikayla Martin, Interdisciplinary Studies.

To be eligible for this honor, a student must be enrolled in 12 or more semester hours and maintain a grade-point average of 3.5.

Sat
08
Jul

3rd grade A honor roll

Canton Intermediate School 3rd grade Students who made "A" Honor Roll for All Year are Addison Alexander, Addie Bell, Tucker Brown, Karter Broyles, Rigel Carreon, Lily Cervantes, Addison Cowden, Omega Dees, Lexi Etheridge, Nash Fenner, Katheryne Fisher, Lane Hall, Dylann Hillhouse, Sarah-Kate Kelly, Ella McMillan, Jayden Mitchell, Cash Moser, William Rowland, Caleb Rushing, Brenden Selby, Riley Smith, Brody Wampler, Kadence Wilson and Mason Wright

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Fri
07
Jul

The Value of Parents and Communities in Schools

With the first day of school fast approaching, my mind is swirling with ideas I want to try this school year. Among the many ideas I am tossing around, parent and community engagement are among my top priorities. Research overwhelmingly demonstrates when parents are involved actively in their children’s schooling, their children perform better academically and socially. Research also shows when communities are involved actively in schools, schools improve tremendously, regardless of how high or low schools perform. Parental and community involvement are cost effective, immediately available mechanisms to improve student achievement and school performance.

Thu
06
Jul

Principals award

 

Canton Intermediate students who received the Principal's Award were 5th grade students Marilee Lewis and Jason Mitchell pictured with Canton Intermediate Principal Marsha Robison.

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