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  • Summary of Board Meeting 4-18-16

    Please see attached summary of the Regular meeting of the Bonham ISD Board of Trustees, held on Monday, April 18, 2016.

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  • BISD Students Shine on the STAAR Test

    Congratulations to the students, faculty, staff, and administration at I W Evans Intermediate and L H Rather Junior High for the first round of STAAR Scores!

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  • Fannin County SSA Appreciation Week

    Fannin County Special Education SSA has planned a week of celebration April 18-22 in honor of Staff Appreciation Week. The FCSSA staff serve Blue Ridge, Bonham, Dodd City, Ector, Fannindel, Honey Grove, Leonard, Sam Rayburn, Savoy and Trenton ISD’s. Being spread over the ten districts we serve, it keeps everyone very busy. The hard work and countless hours each one puts into their job does not go unnoticed. The dedication you show to the students and their families go above and beyond any job description. Thank you for all you do!

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  • Meet the BISD Board Candidates Public Forum

    The Finley-Oates PTO invites the community to attend a public forum with the Bonham ISD Board of Trustees candidates. The PTO organized this event in order to give the candidates an opportunity to get their message out to the voters and simultaneously help the voters make an informed decision at the polls.

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  • Notice of Bond Election

    Early voting will take place from April 25-May 3 from 8am-5pm at the Fannin County Courthouse. Voting is open extended hours on April 28 and May 3 from 8am-8pm. Election Day is May 7, with polls open from 7am-7pm.

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  • Rotarians Learn of Proposed Facility Construction

    On Wednesday, March 23, Rotarian and B.I.S.D. Superintendent Dr. Marvin Beaty invited Scott Miller to join him in presenting an informative program to the Rotary Club on the Bond election which has been called for May 7. Dr. Beaty informed Rotarians of the process which led to the election being called, reviewed the tax rate and fund balance history, and the projected tax rate impact on homeowners if the constituents choose to pass the bond election.

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  • Summary of Board Meeting 3-21-16

    See attached summary of the Regular Board of Trustees meeting, which was held on March 21, 2016.

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  • March Staff & Students of the Month

    The March students and staff of the month were recognized at the Board of Trustees meeting held on Monday, March 21. Each month, two employees are recognized from across the district for excelling in their professional area. In March, BHS Chemistry and Physics Gretchen Shook was recognized as Teacher of the Month and Lisa Russum, BHS Principal’s Secretary, was selected as Paraprofessional of the Month.

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  • Student Chromebook Purchasing Opportunity

    Now is your chance to get a Chromebook in the hands of your 6th-12th grader. BISD is extending a Chromebook purchasing opportunity to students in grades 6-12. The cost is $165 (tax included. This price is good ONLY while supplies last, so don't wait until the deadline (April 13).

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  • Bonham ISD Wins State Communication Awards

    Bonham ISD Communications recently earned five prestigious 2016 Texas School Public Relations Association (TSPRA) Star Awards for excellence in school communications. The awards were announced February 24 at the association’s annual conference in Horseshoe Bay. Leslie Crutsinger, BISD Communications Specialist, is an active member of the TSPRA organization and accepted the awards at the annual conference.

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  • Register Now for Fall 2016 Head Start

    Applications for 2016-2017 Fannin County Head Start are now being accepted for children within Fannin County who will be 3 or 4 years old on or before September 1, 2016. Children that are already in the program do not need to register again. Children with disabilities are included in the regular program, with individual education and special services as needed.

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  • Board Candidate Spotlight

    In an effort to give voters in Bonham ISD an opportunity to learn more about candidates in the upcoming school board election, North Texas e-News published statements from all school board candidates. Follow the links for each candidate's picture, bio, and vision for Bonham ISD. Follow the link in the article to see all the Board candidate information.

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  • Student Chromebook Purchasing Opportunity

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  • Summary of Special Board Meeting

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  • Order of Board Election

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  • Lady Warriors Earn All-District Honors

    1st Team: Erika Porter; 2nd Team: Ashley Watkins; Honorable Mention: Maggie Hunt, Ali Anzaldua and Hannah Fulmer; Academic All-District: Erika Porter, Maggie Hunt, Ali Anzaldua, Hannah Fulmer, Ashley Watkins, Lexi Whisenhunt, Haleigh Solano, Hannah Hipps

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  • War Dancers Win Grand Champion

    The War Dancers competed in their second competition tonight at The Colony High School, and the team knocked it out of the park! They have worked tremendously hard since their last contest, and they received better scores as well as bigger awards this time around. Awards received: 1st runner up small ensemble Super sweepstakes on team dances Best in class contemporary Best in class jazz Best in class pom GRAND CHAMPION on total team dances

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  • Warrior Stadium Receives ADA Updates

    In February 2014, Bonham ISD received a complaint notice from the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation regarding the ADA compliance at Warrior Stadium. BISD was given the opportunity to create a plan and respond to the complaint with the plan of action to bring the stadium into compliance.

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  • Bonham ISD Board of Trustees Calls School Bond Election

    The Board’s charge to the committee was to offer the Board of Trustees a thorough list of projects that merit consideration over the next ten years. After thorough analysis and cost consideration of all needs, the committee developed a recommendation for the Board of Trustees to call for a $30 million bond election to address what they determined are the school district’s most pressing facility improvement needs, which are all centered upon the high school.

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  • Summary of Board Meeting 2-15-16

    See attached summary of the Board of Trustees meeting held on Monday, February 15, 2016.

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  • February Student & Employee Recognition

    The February students and staff of the month were recognized at the Board of Trustees meeting held on Monday, February 15. Each month, an employee are recognized from across the district for excelling in their professional area. In February, Brandy Godbey, Business Services Specialist, was recognized for her hard work and dedication to the efficiency in the Business Services department.

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  • Bob Utter Ford Sponsors BHS Test Drive Event

    Bob Utter Ford Lincoln Kia, Bonham High School, and members of the local community raised $1,680 for Bonham ISD extracurricular activities at a test-drive event earlier this year, as part of Ford Motor Company’s Drive 4 UR School program. More than 80 Bonham area residents test-drove a Ford vehicle during the event. For every person that drove a Ford vehicle and completed a survey, Ford donated $20 to the school. Blake Utter presented the check to Bonham ISD Athletic Director Tony Johnson prior to Friday’s Varsity boys’ basketball game.

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  • 2016-2017 School Calendar Approved

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  • Bonham Girls Place 2nd at Paris North Lamar Powerlifting Meet

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  • BISD Students Earn Awards at District UIL Competition

    Congratulations to all students who competed in the District Academic UIL meet in Melissa. Students from 2nd grade through 8th grade participated and numerous BISD students earned medals and ribbons as a result of their hard work. Congratulations!

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  • Warriors Sign Two on College Signing Day

    Kyle Copeland and Corey Smallwood signed letters of intent to play college football.

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  • Summary of Board Meeting 1-18-16

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  • January Staff and Student Recognition

    Teacher of the Month: Lauren Bethel Paraprofessional of the Month: Tina Callahan Bonham High School: Tyce Kissling and Alexis Besch L.H. Rather Junior High: Jacob Kennedy I.W. Evans Intermediate: Peyton McBroom Finley-Oates Elementary: Paula Garcia

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  • Board of Trustees: Super Heroes for Schools

    Serving as a crucial link between the community and classroom, the BISD board is responsible for an annual budget of $15 million, 1,870 students, 350 employees, and 5 campuses, and manage to do all of this while maintaining the lowest tax rate in Fannin County.

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  • Lady Warriors Earn All-Texomaland Honors

    Seniors Erika Porter and Amanda Edwards were recently named to the Volleyball All-Texomaland teams. Erika was selected as All Texomaland First Team. Erika was previously named the Offensive MVP in District 12-4A, with 663 kills, .408 hit percentage, and 301 digs. Amanda was named All-Texomaland Honorable Mention. Amanda was previously named First Team in District 12-4A.

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  • BISD Recognizes School Board Appreciation Month

    January 2016 is School Board Recognition Month, and Bonham ISD joins other districts across the state as they honor the countless contributions of these locally elected advocates for public education.

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  • Schedule an Appointment with BHS Cosmetology

    We are excited to announce that Bonham High School's Cosmetology Program is expanding and will now be open to the public every Thursday afternoon from 3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. beginning February 4th. We have some great students involved in this program and are excited to be able to provide them this opportunity!

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  • Open Carry Prohibited at Bonham ISD

    Effective January 1, 2016, the Open Carry law went into effect in Texas. However, the law for schools and other educational entities will remain the same.

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  • Free After School Program Offered at Finley-Oates

    Della's House of Giving Afterschool Program at Finley-Oates begins this week. This program is FREE and provides homework help, enrichment, and food for all students who attend. Care is offered until 5:15pm every school day. A registration form was sent home with the students and it is not too late to get a child enrolled in the program. Thank you to the wonderful volunteers at Della's House of Giving for this opportunity for our families!

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  • December Staff and Students of the Month

    The December students and staff of the month were recognized at the Board of Trustees meeting held on Monday, December 14. Each month, two employees are recognized from across the district for excelling in their professional area. In December, the Maintenance & Transportation department was given the opportunity to recognize two staff members for their outstanding service. They chose to honor Judy Lewis, department secretary, and Melissa Daniels, Transportation Specialist.

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  • Students Learn About Cyber Safety

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  • Student Work Displayed at Winter Art Festival

    The Bonham High School and Junior High came together to host a Winter Art Festival on Tuesday, December 8. Art was displayed throughout the auditorium for parents and guests to admire and L.H. Rather art was sold to visitors as a fundraiser for their art program. BHS displayed a variety of different styles of artwork, including art that was entered into the Fannin County Fair earlier this semester. After the art viewing, the BHS Theater department performed A Charlie Brown Christmas followed by the Outsiders.

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  • Lady Warriors Earn All-District Honors

    Offensive MVP: Erika Porter, SR First Team: Amanda Edwards, SR Second team: Kelsey Odom, SO Academic: Ashley Watkins, JR Erika Porter, SR Brittania Hernandez, SR Shelby Pratt, JR Grace Johnson, JR Alexis Whisenhunt, FR Amanda Edwards, SR

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  • Students Tour A&M, UT, and Baylor

    Bonham ISD is excited to offer our college bound students an opportunity to tour university campuses for the second consecutive year. Last year, several tours were planned and proved beneficial to students deciding their next step after high school. December 1st and 2nd, junior and senior students traveled by bus to tour Texas A&M, University of Texas at Austin, and Baylor University. The students learned the admissions criteria and experience first-hand what campus life is like in the residence halls and the overall college experience.

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  • Student Design Selected for District Greeting Card

    We are happy to announce that the artwork designed by 6th grade art student Joey Seymore was selected to be the cover of the 2015 Christmas card. This design will also grace the cover of the December newsletter and be displayed on the district website throughout the month of December. Joey was given a $25 Wal Mart gift card and recognition at Monday's Board meeting.

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  • Board Meeting Notice 11-16-15

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  • BHS Students Attend Annual College Tour

    Bonham ISD is excited to offer our college bound students an opportunity to tour college campuses for the second consecutive year. Last year, several tours were planned and proved beneficial to students deciding their next step after high school. Earlier this week, students traveled by bus to tour Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma and learned the admissions criteria and experience first-hand what campus life is like in the residence halls and the overall college experience.

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  • BISD Hosts Regional Veteran's Day Observance

    Thank you to everyone who came to the BHS gym today to celebrate the 25th Regional Veterans Day Observance. The event was moved to the gym due to weather but it remained a moving ceremony. Dana Bowman has an incredible story that he was able to share with the crowd which included all of the BHS students. Thank you Veterans!!

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  • Bailey Inglish Celebrates Apple Rollout

    The Bailey Inglish campus of Bonham ISD held a high-energy rollout rally to celebrate the next stage of implementation of the Apple ConnectED grant. Balloons, banners, and apple-themed decorations set the stage for the teacher rollout party on Monday, October 26.

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  • Great Days of Service Can Food Drive

    Bonham ISD proudly supports the Bonham Great Days of Service. Every year, all BISD students in Pre-K to Seniors at BHS participate in a canned food drive for the two weeks leading up to the service day. This year, the campuses collected a combined total of more than 7,100 non-perishable items. I.W. Evans Intermediate brought in over 3,000 items.

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  • Bonham PD Receives Community Donation

    Throughout the week of Homecoming, donations were collected from four home games. Combined with a generous donation from Cable One, the result was an $8,000 donation to the Bonham Police Department to aid in the purchase of these body cams. Dr. Beaty presented Chief Bankston with the check at the BISD Board of Trustees meeting on Monday, October 19. Accompanying Bankston for the presentation were Lieutenant Terry Bee, Sergeant Tammy Boehlers, Sergeant Joe Gentry, Officer Bryant Smith, and BISD Resource Officer Dale Day.

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  • Ag Project Center Construction Timeline

    The floor plan is a 100’ x 160’ structure and is designed for both small and large animals. Glenn engineering has surveyed the land and drew a topographic map to determine optimum site placement of the barn. The three location recommendations will be presented to the Board of Trustees at the regular meeting on Monday, October 19.

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  • BHS Organizes College Tours

    Bonham High School is proud to offer several great opportunities to their students this academic year. We have organized two overnight college tours and six day tours to various colleges and universities, with the first overnight trip in November.In order to keep the costs down for our students, we are seeking donations from the community.

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  • Capital Projects Update from Dr. Marvin Beaty

    In the fall of 2013, the Bonham ISD Board of Trustees approved a list of numerous facility improvement projects recommended by the Capital Projects Committee. It has been nearly two years since the district secured the money to improve a multitude of facilities. The list of capital improvement projects was extensive and has improved facilities across the district, aligning with one of the board goals: to provide our staff and students with the best facilities possible. In order to remain transparent, Dr. Beaty has provided a detailed update on the current state of these projects and has answered additional questions of public concern.

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Welcome

  • Welcome to Bonham ISD, home of the Warriors.  BISD is a Class 4A school district serving approximately 1900 students districtwide. The District is comprised of five campuses:  Bailey Inglish Head Start and Pre-K, Finley-Oates Elementary (K-3), I.W. Evans Intermediate (4-6), L.H. Rather Junior High (7-8), and Bonham High School (9-12). We are the home of Fannin County Head Start as well as the Fannin County Shared Services Arrangement (FCSSA), and the Alternative Education Program. 

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