The Boswell HS volleyball team traveled to Honolulu, Hawaii, to participate in the 33rd Annual Ana Kang Invitational Tournament. The team earned a third-place finish in the tournament and is currently ranked third in the state for Class 5A competition!
Tradition. Pride. Opportunity. Excellence. These are the sentiments that energized the Chisholm Trail High School gymnasium on Tuesday, August 18, as nearly 2,400 EMS ISD employees gathered for the annual convocation program.
Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD earned a "Met Standard," the highest rating from the Texas Education Agency's 2015 State District and Campus Accountability Ratings.
EMS ISD is committed to providing rigorous, relevant, and meaningful learning opportunities for all students. A strategic focus beginning in 2015-2016 is on expanding digital learning experiences for students. Read a letter to families outlining key technology initiatives being implemented this year from Dr. Linda Parker, Deputy Superintendent.
More than 130 years ago, a new pioneer schoolhouse near Dozier Creek opened its doors and welcomed students for the first day of classes. In fall 2016, history will be repeated.
The Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District fine arts department is currently seeking applications for drivers for the 2015-16 school year.
EMS ISD Health Services is looking for people to serve as nurse substitutes. Qualified candidates may be registered nurses, paramedics, medical assistants or LVNs and should have a passion for kids. Click on the link above to learn more.
For the second consecutive year Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD ranks among the nation’s top communities for support of music education.