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The Tolar UIL Social Studies team placed second, and Merrick Warren placed fourth in the individual competition. The event occurred at the University of Texas in Austin, Tuesday, May 14. The …

Grace Classical Christian Academy names Ty Bowden 2024 valedictorian.

Lipan High School names 2024 Valedictorian and Salutatorian.

Five students from Granbury Independent School District received a huge honor during a school board meeting May 20. Fifth graders Gracelyn Barker (Baccus Elementary School), Cambrie Bohney (Acton Elementary School), Elly Thorne (Oak Woods School), Mariana Espinoza (Brawner Elementary School) and Levi Cox (STEAM Academy at Mambrino) were crowned the winners of the J.C. Campbell Memorial Day Essay Contest.

Tolar High School announces class of 2024 valedictorian and salutatorian. Receiving the honors are Valedictorian Cooper Griffith and Salutatorian Olivia McLain.

Last week, Granbury Independent School District Superintendent Jeremy Glenn filed a police report against Mark Lowery, claiming Lowery made threats toward him. Lowery is the husband of school board member Karen Lowery.

Most Monday mornings you can find Cheryl Moore and Heather Moore sitting next to one another in the front row of a drawing group with art materials in hand. The mother-daughter artist duo attends the weekly portrait session of the Lake Granbury Art Association at the Shanley House Gallery and Studio.

The 2024 Tolar Lady Rattlers softball team has done something that has never been done before in program's history. Its sweep of Hico in the Class 2A Region II quarterfinals advanced   them to …

Teachers Appreciation Week culminated with the 11th annual Granbury ISD Education Foundation Academic Recognition Banquet (commonly called the GEF Top 25 Banquet).

Granbury High School announces the class of 2024 Valedictorian and Salutatorian. Valedictorian Abigail Stone and Salutatorian Bailey James achieved the top academic honors. ABIGAIL STONE: …

Paola Lumbreras may only be in the seventh grade, but she has already proved to be wise beyond her years with her latest accomplishments. Lumbreras, a student at Acton Middle School, was recently selected to join the Joint Science and Technology Institute East for Middle School Students (JSTI East – MS) set to take place at Townson University in Maryland July 20-26.

The Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (MCJROTC) program at Granbury High School will soon have a new workout station for its students. The Granbury Independent School District board of trustees unanimously approved the purchase of the MCJROTC BeaverFit workout station during a regularly scheduled meeting April 22.

Three Granbury High School students received a prestigious honor during the Granbury Independent School District’s board of trustees meeting April 22. Students Quinn King, Andrew Nickell and Jonathan Hutchison were each presented with the Lamar Award by the Granbury Masonic Lodge #392.

On Wednesday, May 8th, at 9:30 a.m., the American Sign Language 3 & 4 Honors students from Granbury High School, in a remarkable collaboration with students from Western Hills High School Deaf …

The Granbury Independent School District recognized 21 graduates from its LEAP Academy program during a regularly scheduled school board meeting April 22.

Students across Texas will soon be guinea pigs for a brand-new AI grading system, as the Texas Education Agency (TEA) unveils yet another change to its state-mandated exam. But Hood County …

The Granbury Independent School District bond election is Saturday, May 4, as district voters make a choice about whether to approve a $161 million bond. With the election looming ahead, GISD Superintendent Jeremy Glenn recently visited a United Republicans of Hood County meeting to go over the bond proposal and educate attendees on the district’s statistics.

A Brawner Elementary School student is receiving professional medical care following an accident Thursday afternoon during school pickup.

The Granbury Independent School District announced the hiring of three new staff members — Lissa Oliver, Lacey Padgett and Lamont Moore — during a regularly scheduled school board meeting Monday, March 25.

The Granbury Independent School District’s dual language program now has plans for expansion beginning in the fall of 2024, due to the increasing enrollment numbers.

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