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Fond Farewell

Fond Farewell

Princeton ISD hosted a reception for longtime board member and president Carol Bodwell, who spent the last 33 years serving the children of the district through her role as school trustee.  Fellow and former board members, administrators, including former...

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Panthers, community provide meals

Panthers, community provide meals

The Panther athletic program spent the last few weeks collecting food to provide 35 less fortunate families with a feast for the Thanksgiving holiday. It takes a community to care for a community, so the Panthers received some crucial help with this effort. Once...

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Students take writing skills to new level

Students take writing skills to new level

Although it’s not uncommon for students to attend intense training camps to hone their skills, these are typically geared toward extracurriculars, including band, sports and speech. But now, even aspiring middle school writers have the opportunity to attend camp. Southard Middle School hosted its first-ever writing camp for students who were interested in improving their […]

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New PISD trustees sworn in

New PISD trustees sworn in

The Princeton Independent School District welcomed two new members to its board of trustees Monday night, Julia Schmoker and John Campbell, who emerged from a four-candidate field to win the election held Nov. 8. The PISD board also thanked outgoing members, Starla...

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Angel Tree program kicks off

Angel Tree program kicks off

As the holidays near, the Lions Club already has more than 170 applications for this year’s Angel Tree program, so it’s time to begin adopting and shopping for the less fortunate children and families in Princeton. “In a rapidly growing community, the Angel Tree...

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New marshals added to PISD security team

New marshals added to PISD security team

Three school marshals will be added to the ranks of Princeton ISD’s security team. The new positions were approved at the Oct. 17 trustee meeting. The district’s goal is to assign a marshal to each school campus. Superintendent Don McIntyre was pleased with the...

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PISD trustee candidate forum set for Oct. 11

PISD trustee candidate forum set for Oct. 11

The race for two Princeton ISD board of trustee seats will be decided by voters on Nov. 8. Each seat in the upcoming election is contested with four total candidates filing for two vacancies. The two places on the ballot are currently held by Starla Sharpe and Carol...

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