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NTCC honors local students

Chelsea Applegate, Jesse Rivera, and  Jessikah SalaverriaThe Northeast Texas Community College Honors Program recently announced its Honors Students for the 2012-2013 school year.

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Mount Vernon Cheer camp

More than 60 kids attended the anual Mount Vernon Cheer Camp More than 60 kids attended the anual Mount Vernon Cheer Camp on Saturday, Oct. 6

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Homecomong court announced

Mount Vernon High School Homecoming Queen nominees and their court for 2012 were announced Monday, Oct. 8 at the high school.

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Fall Festival planned at school, volunteers and items sought

The Parent Teacher Organization at Mount Vernon ISD is organizing their second annualĀ  Fall Festival at the elementary school.

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Homecoming Parade is Monday, October 15.

The annual Homecoming Parade and Pep Rally in downtown Mount Vernon is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 15.

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National School Lunch Week celebrated

Members of the Mount Vernon ISD Cafeteria staff will be celebrating National School Lunch Week Monday, Oct. 15 through Friday, Oct. 19.

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Tiger Band sweeps ratings at Four States Marching Festival

Marcus Hollingsworth, Katie Larrison, and Jack Sheffield  hold the trophies from the contest.The Mount Vernon High School Tiger Band competed at the Four States Marching Festival in Texarkana on Saturday, Oct. 6

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Denim Day is Wednesday, October 17

The teachers and staff at Mount Vernon ISD will have Denim Day Wednesday, Oct. 17.

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School board signs resolution against standardized testing

Members of the Mount Vernon ISD School Board voted unanimously to join more than 800 Texas school districts in opposing over-reliance on standardized testing.

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