Graham ISD considers changes to dress code

School officials say they are looking into changes to the dress code involving hair colors.

  McNiel Middle Schooler wins regional civics competition

  30th Anniversary PIE Recognition Dinner

West Foundation students present The Kitchen with check

  WFISD students help build custom motorcycle

  Elementary students present research projects at MSU

WFISD to host teacher job fair this Saturday

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  WFISD hosts college and career fair at CEC

  MSU media students win 30 TIPA awards

  WFISD hosts 13th Senior Send-off

  Petrolia CISD posts new sign warning of armed teachers

MSU alumnus, CEO announced as commencement speaker

  MSU students teach kids about chemistry

Vernon College Cosmetology program hosts hair show

Money raised will go towards scholarships for future students.

  Teachers get big award from Red River Chevy Dealers

An Altus teacher has got a big check from the Red River Chevy Dealers.

City View ISD to host open house

The public is invited to take a look at the facilities that City View ISD is hoping to improve.

  WFISD students get to choose new lunch menu items

“Roost” claimed 70 percent of the high school students’ votes.

  Two WFISD administrators win state educator awards

  Burkburnett ISD: Increased police presence will continue

  City View ISD hosts bond open house

MSU investigates report of racists remarks in campus housing

  Final facility community open forum for WFISD held Thursday evening

  Coaches and parents in college admissions scheme find jobs in danger

  Good News: Fain Elementary Art Expo

"The Arts" are everywhere, and 5th grade students at Fain Elementary proved that at their Art Expo Tuesday night.

  Wichita Falls Public Library seals time capsule

Your grandchildren or even great-grandchildren might be able to see the time capsule opened.

  Oncor celebrates 100 Super Safe Kids shows

Students learned how to be safe around electricity.

2019 WFISD Teacher of the Year Nominees

2019 WFISD Teacher of the Year Nominees

  WFISD hosts community forums to discuss long-term facility plans

The district wants input from the public as they analyze district facilities and come up with a long-range facility plan.

  Time running out to pay for library fines with canned goods

There are only a few days to have your fines forgiven in the exchange for canned or dry goods.

School bus driver crashed into tree while under influence of drugs, NJ police say

First responders found the bus driver unconscious at the crash site and used Narcan to revive her.

  Nominate a deserving educator for the Red River Chevy Teacher Appreciation award

Nominate your teacher before the Friday deadline.

Teacher cuts waist-length hair to support 5-year-old girl bullied for short haircut

After a 5-year-old in Texas got her hair cut, her friends started calling her a boy, and she began wearing a hat to school. But her teacher’s kind gesture changed everything.

  MSU Board of Regents move ahead on multiple issues

A partnership between a medical company and the radiology department was just one of the many advancements the school made on Thursday.

Teacher tells students MLK assassination was ‘complete fabrication,’ NC parent says

After the school district began investigating the allegations, the substitute teacher turned in her resignation.

Electra ISD on the hunt for new superintendent, Hogue to retire

Scott Hogue is set to retire following a career in education that has spanned more than three decades.

  John Tower Elementary hosts spelling bee

The winner goes on to the News Channel 6 sponsored spelling bee in March.

  The Latest: City View ISD employee fired following internal audit

An internal audit brought significant discrepancies to light within the City View ISD.

  Good News: MSU Mass Comm Students Win Best Documentary

Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty glass. It was also the title of a documentary that won top honors. It was produced by students in the Midwestern State University Mass Communication Department, and was recently named best documentary in the South Central Broadcasting Society competition.

Father sues bullies after son named ‘most likely to shoot up school’

Because of the rumor, allegedly spread by bullies, the boy was ostracized and ridiculed by his classmates and searched and interrogated by staff, according to the father’s attorney.

  School districts cancel classes over flu, absences

Widespread flu activity has been reported in Texas and Oklahoma.

Teacher, aides punished children with autism using dark bathroom, loud whistle, investigators say

The three suspects were investigated after a witness reported them to the school resource officer, according to the sheriff.

Boy with autism intentionally locked out of school by principal, mother says

The school district placed the principal on paid administrative leave while it investigates the allegations.

  WFISD staff appointed to Texas Early Learning Council

In 2019, the Council will lead a statewide birth-five needs assessment and strategic plan as part of Texas' Preschool Development Grant project.

  MSU Texas Dream Week: Unity Walk and Wreath Laying

It's Dream Week at MSU Texas. In an effort to support and continue the message of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. the university is celebrating diversity and inclusion.

Don’t Mess with Texas Scholarship contest officially opens

Do you know a high school senior that should apply?

  Housing authority hosts 3rd annual Scholarship Essay Writing Workshop

The annual event helps high school seniors and college students complete essays and applications for scholarships.

  Charges dropped against former WFISD principal for failing to report abuse

Charges have been dropped against the second former WFISD principal who was arrested in early 2018 for Failure to Report.

MSU Professor recipient of creative fellowhsip

The Jane Spears Carnes Faculty Fellowship in Creative Endeavors, made possible by a gift from Carnes, is a support grant to reward and refresh faculty in creative fields so they might take a semester off from teaching to enhance their research, artistic endeavors, and teaching.

  MSU Texas' longest-tenured professor to retire

When Hewitt took that teaching job, one that he didn’t think he was qualified for, he didn’t look back.

  WFISD partners with HealthyWage

WFISD is partnering with HealthyWage to bring a weight loss competition to Wichita Falls which could pay $10,000.

Wichita Falls ISD Title 1 showcases technology and new programs

WFISD Title 1 showcase

Christ Academy Celebrates Veterans with Special Assembly

Christ Academy honors Veterans

  Grand Opening Today at Crashworks STEAM Studio & Makerspace

Crashworks STEAM studio and Makerspace Ribbon cutting today.

  Cunningham Elementary hosts STEAM night

Cunningham Elementary Students attended a STEAM night Thursday.

  No classes on Monday for Wichita Falls ISD students

Wichita Falls ISD students will be allowed to catch some extra zzz's on Monday morning.

  Crashworks STEAM Studio & Makerspace to Have Grand Opening Friday

Educational studio for kids opens in downtown WF on Friday

Instagram rules the day at MSU

Organizers say classes were offered on everything from scheduling tweets to using LinkedIn.

  MSU celebrates new pianos

The donation came from the Perkins-Prothro Foundation and longtime fine arts donors Dale and Joe Prothro.

  Montague students invited to Duke talent search

Several Montague ISD students have been selected for the prestigious Duke Talent Search.

  MSU hosts banned books reception

MSU's Banned Books Week is now in its 13th year.

  MSU enrollment sees slight bump up

MSU's student enrollment is up this semester.

‘It looks like they’re in jail’: TX students in detention wear orange shirts, clean windows

The superintendent stopped the practice, saying staff didn’t get it approved by the district, and students will return to serving detention in a classroom setting.