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EMS ISD Health Services is looking for people that are registered nurses, paramedics, or LVNs who have a passion for kids to work as nurse substitutes. Click the headline to learn more.
Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District Board of Trustees is currently seeking applications from community members to serve on the Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC). Click the headline to learn more about how you can get involved.
Bryson Elementary School Assistant Principal Whitney Wheeler has been named as the new principal of BES and will begin serving in this new role effective immediately. Click the headline to read more.
In Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD, we believe that every student is a unique individual with unique potential, and we strive to ensure students leave the district prepared and qualified to succeed in college, career, and life beyond high school. Click the headline to read more.
Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD’s Communications and Marketing Department received four awards this summer in the 2016 Publications and Electronic Media Contest sponsored by the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA).
Since 2013, Boswell High School and a counterpart school in Winterberg, Germany, have participated in the German American Partnership Program (GAPP) promoted by both German and American governments. This year, 13 EMS students and two teachers participated in the program by spending three weeks in Germany.
The United Way of Tarrant County has awarded EMS ISD with a $133,000 Destination Diploma grant to develop and initiate a long-term, sustainable plan to help meet the needs of at-risk students. Click the headline to read more about the Destination Diploma grant and how the United Way is helping to bring this district initiative to life.
The EMS ISD School Board has been selected as the 2016 Region 11 School Board of the Year. The award recognizes the Board's outstanding dedication and ethical service to children, families, and community. Click the headline to read more about this prestigious honor.
EMS ISD is pleased to announce that Lisa Dunn has been named as the new Director of Elementary Services. She brings 29 years of experience in education — 22 of those serving students, teachers, and families in an elementary education setting. Click the headline to read more about Ms. Dunn.
Our local Saginaw Wal-Mart donated more than $5,000 in grants to EMS teachers and the Education Foundation on Friday, June 24, at their Grand Reopening Celebration. The funds received will support classroom experiences.
Current Ed Willkie Assistant Principal Danny Knowles has been named as the new principal of EWMS and will begin serving in this new role early next month. Click the headline to read more.
Nika Davis has been named the vice president of the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP). Known for her hard work, dedication, and commitment to excellence, Davis will serve more than 5,000 secondary administrator members within the 20 regions across the state.