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School board retains $6,000 Local Option Homestead Exemption

Members of the Mount Vernon ISD Board of Trustees voted to retain the $6,000 Local Option Homestead Exemption for tax payers who are disabled or over 65 years of age.

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MVISD releases STAAR, end of course exam results

Mount Vernon ISD Curriculum Director Carolyn Newsom presented the results of the 2014-15 STAAR testing and End of Course Exams to school board members during their regular July meeting.

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Children learn sewing skills, share fun with Sock Monkeys

Mount Vernon Elementary students display the sock monkeys  they made as part of the Gifted and Talented ClassThe Mount Vernon Elementary School’s Gifted and Talented Class completed a Sock Monkey project to conclude the school year. The students gathered in the school’s library Friday to box

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Extra exit approved for lot at elementary

Members of the Mount Vernon ISD Board voted unanimously to add an exit from the elementary parking lot to the ongoing road project on the school campus. The vote came during a special

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Seniors lose off campus lunches

Members of the Mount Vernon ISD Board of Trustees unanimously voted to make the high school a closed campus during lunch time at their meeting on Monday, June 8.

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Tiger cheerleaders excel at camp

Members of the Mount Vernon High School varsity and junior varsity (JV)  cheerleadersMembers of the Mount Vernon High School varsity and junior varsity (JV)  cheerleaders brought home several awards from the UCA cheer camp at  the Great Wolf Lodge in Grapevine last week.

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Pennington receives Samuel French award

Grayson Pennington with his mother, Rebecca PenningtonMount Vernon High School Senior Grayson Pennington won the coveted Samuel French award for the second consecutive year at the One Act Play State competition on Tuesday, May 26.

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Sulphur Bluff seniors awarded over $110,000 in scholarships

Senior students at Sulphur Bluff ISD received $110,300 in scholarship money during graduation ceremonies on Saturday, June 6 at the school.

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MVISD Summer Feed begins

The Mount Vernon ISD summer feeding program began this week in conjunction with the annual summer school and will continue until Thursday, July 2. Anyone age 18 and under is qualified to

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