COMMERCE — The Commerce Schools Educational Enrichment Foundation presented grant awards totaling over $29,000 to Commerce ISD teachers. The Foundation Board was recognized by the CISD Board of Trustees at their November meeting for their commitment and dedication to the students of CISD as evidenced by the nine projects funded this year. Students in fourth grade will again visit the state capital, second graders will go to the Dallas World Aquarium, first graders will visit the Caldwell Zoo in Tyler and third graders will go the Heard Natural Science Museum in McKinney. A writing camp will again be held for seventh graders. An ActivTable, an interactive computer display table, will be purchased for Commerce Elementary School. Apps will be purchased for CES ipads and Georgia O’Keefe’s art will be studied in depth. Commerce High School will be able to purchase a new mobile sound system.
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City councilman, attorney, finance director bid farewell to Commerce
Three long time members of Commerce government recently stepped down from their offices and were recognized during the May 21 Commerce City Council Meeting.
Softball to be newest sports addition to A&M-Commerce
Texas A&M University-Commerce will no longer be the only school in the Lonestar Conference (LSC) to not have a softball program.
Athletics to make big announcement today
Texas A&M University-Commerce Athletics will be holding a press conference on May 20 as a major announcement will be made regarding the future of Lion Athletics.
Lions Club helps children see the world more clearly
For 10 years, the Commerce Lions Club has been putting on vision clinics to help give children a chance to see life a little more clearly.
Road project still on schedule
Commerce City Manager Marc Clayton said the road construction project has been an unusual one.
Dr. Hendricks Appointed to Serve on National Policy Board
Dr. LaVelle Hendricks, assistant professor of Psychology, Counseling and Special Education at Texas A&M University-Commerce, has been appointed to serve on the National Policy Board for the National FORUM of Multicultural Issues Journal and the editorial board for the Journal of Counseling and Addiction.
One contested race today
8:18 p.m. Beane: 53 votes. Maxwell: 6 votes in early voting.
A&M-Commerce names Dr. Adolfo Benavides Provost and VP for Academic Affairs
Dr. Adolfo Benavides has been named provost and vice president for academic affairs (VPAA) of Texas A&M University-Commerce, effective July 1.
Commerce athletics receive boost in funding
Championship teams bring in money.
Top two CHS grads share friendship and competitive nature
Valedictorian Joann Jang and Salutatorian Kaitlyn Mulkey of Commerce High School have been friends for a long time.
They’re also competitive by nature.
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