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The Saginaw Chamber recently recognized Dr. Jim Chadwell, Superintendent, and Kirk Murdock, Director of Technology, with awards for Citizen of the Year and Educator of the Year. Click the headline for more.
Thirty-three students representing all four EMS ISD high schools earn top marks in regional law enforcement and forensic science contest. Click the headline to read more and see the list of winners.
Anthe Anagnostis, Principal of Creekview Middle School, and Allissa Clark, Life Skills teacher at CTHS, have been named finalists for the prestigious H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards. Click the headline to read more and see a video of the surprise announcements.
Calling all high school Advanced Placement students! The Advanced Academics Department is hosting mock exam opportunities for AP students. Click the headline to read more and sign up.
On Saturday, February 11, students from across the region competed in the Visual Arts Scholastic Event hosted by CTHS, where EMS high school students claimed more than 140 regional medals. Click the headline to read more.
In-district transfer requests for the 2017-2018 school year will be submitted electronically through Family Access. Click the headline to learn more.
Athletic trainers at Boswell, Chisholm Trail, and Saginaw high schools were recognized earlier this month for their commitment to keeping student athletes safe by providing safe environments for players during class, practice, and during games. Click the headline to read more.
Ryan Almusawi, a senior at Saginaw HS, has been recognized for his outstanding leadership and commitment to volunteering within the local community and has been awarded with the 2017 Prudential Spirit of Community Award. Click the headline to read more about this honor.
Last month, automotive technology students from across Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma competed in the Universal Technical Institute Top Tech Auto Challenge, where four EMS ISD students placed among the top finishers and claimed various prizes. Click the headline to read more.