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State budget cuts could soon lead to teacher layoffs in Ardmore

Updated: 01/15/2010 - ARDMORE, OK - Last month Oklahoma cut funding for all agencies receiving state funding by ten percent, which includes funding for education. Dara Downs is in the Ardmore newsroom with how local schools are dealing with less money.

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High tech win for small town school

Updated: 12/18/2009 - MELISSA, TX - Hours of work, countless projects and thousands of votes later Karen Rose's third grade class was named the grand prize winners of a national technology makeover contest.

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Special needs students give to Toys for Tots

Updated: 10/16/2014 - GRAYSON CO., TX – A special needs class from Denison experience firsthand the old saying “it’s better to give than to receive.” Monday’s lesson for the B. McDaniel Middle School Life Skills class was helping others.

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Christmas tree farm provides more than a holiday tradition

Updated: 10/16/2014 - DENISON, TX - Hay rides, hot cocoa and Christmas trees are what makes the holidays bright. And now all of those things can also make for a unique educational experience at the Elves Christmas Tree Farm in Deniso

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Melissa third graders national finalists

Updated: 12/02/2009 - MELISSA, TX - A third grade class in Melissa is taking its use of technology to the national level with a two and half minute video that could win Karen Rose's third grade class $30,000.

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Bells ISD closed Friday due to high flu-related absences

Posted: 10/15/2009 - BELLS, TX -- Due to a high rate of absences due to flu at Bells Schools this week, there will be no classes Friday at any of the campuses. Bells High School Principal Will Steger says 23% of Bells High School students were absent Thursday.

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Kingston Public Schools to give out H1N1 vaccinations to students

Updated: 10/07/2009 - KINGSTON, OK – A Texoma school district will be giving out H1N1 immunizations later this week. Kingston Public Schools in Marshall County tells us they have been allotted 600 does of "FluMist" - the H1N1 nasal spray vaccine.

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Collinsville ISD closes due to high number of students out sick

Updated: 09/30/2009 - COLLINSVILLE, TX -- Another Texoma school district is cancelling class after dozens of students stay home sick. Collinsville ISD Superintendent Tim Wright says around 20% of the district's 542 students are absent and there will be no school Thursday and Friday.

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Parents discuss Bonham ISD bond election

Updated: 09/29/2009 - BONHAM, TX - The Bonham Independent School District held a public meeting this evening, hoping to inform and persuade residents to vote 'yes' on the upcoming $40 million bond election.

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Denison Campus Improvement Council

Updated: 09/23/2009 - Denison's elementary schools are looking for community help as part of their Campus Improvement Council.

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Durant teacher named finalist for Oklahoma Teacher of the Year

Updated: 09/21/2009 - DURANT, OK -- A Durant High School teacher was honored Monday as Bryan County Teacher of the Year. Now Stacy Culbreath Shepherd will head to Oklahoma City on Tuesday as a finalist for Oklahoma Teacher of the Year.

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TX curriculum debates politcally charged

Posted: 09/18/2009 - Denison, TX – Social studies is the next big subject on the drawing board for Texas educators. Experts in Austin, TX are discussing everything from religion's role in American history to which historical figures should be included in text books.

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“The Global Investment Landscape” Is Focus of Upcoming Austin College Lecture

Posted: 09/03/2009 - SHERMAN, TEXAS — Kirk Rimer, a managing director of Goldman Sachs, will present “The Global Investment Landscape: Then and Now” as the Austin College 2009 Williams Executive-in-Residence lecturer on September 17 at 11 a.m. in Mabee Hall of Wright Campus Center. The lecture is free and open to the public.

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Kids’ books to stay on library shelves

Posted: 09/01/2009 - DENISON, TX – When the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced in March it would require products for children including library books be tested for lead, the expected expense put several area libraries on edge. Now that commission says libraries can rest easy.

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Many Oklahoma students say they're unprepared for college

Posted: 08/26/2009 - TISHOMINGO, OK -- State lawmakers met yesterday with an interim task force to look at the Academic Classroom Excellence Act of 2005 and find a way to better assess a student's achievement with less testing. But many graduating seniors are already finding themselves at a disadvantage.

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Enrollment up at Grayson County College

Updated: 08/24/2009 - DENISON, TX -- Many college students also headed back to class Monday. Administrators at Grayson County College say enrollment is up 20% this year.

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Sherman implements ban on cell phone use in school zones

Updated: 08/19/2009 - SHERMAN, TX- Sherman students will be headed back to class in less than a week. Police say they're trying to keep those kids safe by telling drivers to hang up their cell phones in school zones. Rita Kotey brings us the details.

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With H1N1 influenza, back to school immunizations even more important

Updated: 08/03/2009 - ARDMORE, OK – With measles, chicken pox, whooping cough, and now even H1N1 to worry about when it comes to sending your kids off to school for the fall, immunizations are important as ever. The good news is there are vaccines to help prevent many of those illnesses, and one on the way for swine flu. Daniel Armbruster sat down with health experts and parents to talk about vaccines.

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