Let’s give a big shoutout to our FFA kids, parents, and sponsors as they put in the hard work during this last week before the Panola County Junior Livestock Show.
over 1 year ago, John Wink
FFA Letters
After defeating Madisonville 79-49, the Carthage Bulldog Basketball team will play in Athens this Friday night, February 28th at 7:30 pm against China Spring.
over 1 year ago, Carthage ISD
CHS Bulldog Basketball Playoff Clipart
Every student has a plan to reach their Plus 10 goals. At Baker Koonce, Mrs. Kocurek is working with her students in guided learning on their plan for growth in science. #BeTheLIGHT
over 1 year ago, John Wink
Mrs. Kocurek working with her students in guided learning on science.
Campus and district representatives are meeting today to make plans for our new website that will be released in June 2020.
over 1 year ago, John Wink
Campus representatives meeting about the new website
Our District Teacher Visioning Committee spent yesterday afternoon reflecting on our work this year and making plans to take it to the next level next year.
over 1 year ago, John Wink
Teacher Visioning Committee
Carthage ISD celebrates Black History Month by recognizing Mrs. Edith Williams Shepherd. Mrs. Shepherd graduated from Turner High School's Class of 1958 as Valedictorian. Upon graduation, she entered Prairie View A&M College and earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Home Economics. In 1968, she was hired by Carthage ISD as a Home Economics teacher where she remained for 44 years giving her a total of 50 years in the field of education. She dedicated her life to teaching young people in the Carthage Independent School District. It should also be noted that Shepherd pursued and received a Master of Science Degree in Home Economy from Stephen F. Austin State University where she was the first African-American educator to attain such a goal.
over 1 year ago, Carthage ISD
Black History Month Recognition Edith Shepherd
Mr. Wink shares action from the board meeting, including the 2020-2021 school calendar & increased security. He also celebrates our teacher program at CHS, the Primary Patriotic Extravaganza & upcoming events. https://carthageexcellence.blogspot.com/2020/02/week-of-february-24.html
over 1 year ago, John Wink
Primary Patriotic Extravaganza
Mr. Wink shares action from the board meeting, including the 2020-2021 school calendar & increased security. He also celebrates our teacher program at CHS, the Primary Patriotic Extravaganza & upcoming events. https://carthageexcellence.blogspot.com/2020/02/week-of-february-24.html
over 1 year ago, John Wink
Primary Patriotic Extravaganza
The 2020 - 2021 school calendar was approved by the board of trustees on Monday night. The calendar was designed with teacher input to prioritize student learning & teacher learning. http://www.carthageisd.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_453911/File/Approved%20Calendar%202020%202021.pdf
over 1 year ago, John Wink
Carthage ISD celebrates Black History Month by recognizing Mr. Hermon Reed, Jr. Mr. Reed was an outstanding educator who began his career in 1960 teaching mathematics, chemistry, and physics at Turner High School. He was responsible for introducing the for the very first Science Fair at Turner High. After integration, he continued teaching science courses at Carthage Junior and High School until he retired in 1997 after 37 years of teaching. Mr. Reed also served the community in leadership positions including: Board of Trustees at Panola College from 1992 to 2000 and three terms as Panola County Commissioner of Precinct #3 from 2000 to 2012.
over 1 year ago, Carthage ISD
Black History Month Recognition Mr. Hermon Reed, Jr.
Carthage ISD celebrates Black History Month by recognizing Mrs. Glendell Pope Chadwick. Mrs. Chadwick was a 1967 graduate of Turner High School and served in the education profession for 35 years. She retired as an Educational Diagnostician from the Carthage Independent School District serving students students from CISD as well as those attending the Beckville and Gary Independent School Districts. Mrs. Chadwick was also the owner of the Knowledge Nook Daycare and instrumental in helping children to be academically ready for public school for more than 20 years. She was elected to the Panola College Board of Trustees in 2001 and served until she went to be with her Lord and Savior in 2017.
over 1 year ago, Carthage ISD
Black History Month Recognition Glendell Chadwick
Test Message
over 1 year ago, Carthage ISD
Test Message
over 1 year ago, Carthage ISD
CISD Teachers & Leaders are spending the day developing responses to the 4th 6 Weeks assessment, learning about cybersecurity, & making lesson plans for the 5th 6 weeks based on student data. We look forward to seeing all the kids tomorrow.
over 1 year ago, Carthage ISD
Teachers in professional learning
**Reminder** Tomorrow, Monday, 02/17/2020 🐾Student Holiday 🍎Teacher Workday
over 1 year ago, Carthage ISD
Teacher Workday
Mr. Wink celebrates UIL Choir and Band success, Boys and Girls Basketball excellence, Bulldogs of the Week, upcoming events and Chromebooks in classrooms. https://carthageexcellence.blogspot.com/2020/02/week-of-february-17.html
over 1 year ago, John Wink
BK students using Chromebooks
Carthage ISD celebrates Black History Month by recognizing Mrs. Fatha Burchette. Mrs. Burchette graduated from Turner High School in 1970 as a member of the last graduating class before mandatory integration of public schools in Panola County. In 1978, she began her career with the Carthage Independent School District as a substitute teacher and paraprofessional. The following year she obtained her teaching certification and began her full-time teaching career as a social studies teacher at the Baker-Koonce campus. In 2003, she was promoted to principal, a position she held until her retirement in 2010. Mrs. Burchette currently serves on the Panola College Board of Trustees.
over 1 year ago, Carthage ISD
Fatha Burchette Black History Recognition
Carthage ISD celebrates Black History Month by recognizing Mr. Anthony Luther "A.L." Turner. In 1922, Mr. Turner began what was to be a lengthy career as a teacher and principal of the Carthage Colored Elementary and High School. During his tenure in Carthage, Mr. Turner established himself as one of the greatest educators in the State of Texas.
over 1 year ago, Carthage ISD
A.L. Turner Black History
The JV and Varsity baseball scrimmage at Calvary Baptist today, Tuesday, 02/11/2020, has been cancelled.
over 1 year ago, Carthage ISD
Baseball Game for 02.11.2020 Cancelled
The girls and boys Varsity home soccer games have been moved to tomorrow, Wednesday, 02/12/2020, due to weather conditions. Varsity girls will play at 5 PM followed by boys at 7 PM.
over 1 year ago, Carthage ISD
Varsity Soccer Change