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    FILE PHOTO Groveton ISD logo TCNS staff GROVETON — The Groveton ISD Board will schedule a public hearing on how to best spend a $2.19 million grant, and will appoint a committee to brainstorm possibilities. Superintendent Don Hamilton said that the Texas Association of School Boards put out a resolution on the ESSER III grant, which requires publication of the districts use of funds; Groveton decided to do it as a board agenda item that will allow public comment. “We’re looking at $2.19 million, broken into two parts,” Hamilton said. “The first will be 2/3, or $1.43 million, and the second part will be 1/3, or $727,000. We’re working on how to spend that money.” Hamilton said that incoming superintendent Jim Dillard will assemble a committee to decide how to best utilize those funds, which will be presented at the public hearing. “We’re looking at the grant requirements, what is allowed, and what will be the best fit,” he said. “We have until late July to get application in.” In other business, the board: accepted the resignation of James Price, who is retiring, and Hunter Hartman, who is moving to a different district’ approved the hiring of Rebecca Huff as assistant superintendent and Angela Richey and Britton Stovall as teachers; approved an amendment to the budget to pay for property near the school that purchased earlier in the year. The land is to be used for future expansion; and discussed the Health Advisory Committee Report.

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  • PCPC Editor created new article FFA honors participants .

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    COURTESY PHOTO American FFA Degree recipients are Jace Stout and Mallory Stout. Special to the News-Standard TRINITY — Trinity FFA held its end of the year banquet May 20 at the Trinity Community Center. Ag teacher Tristan Pedersen said that with the challenges that this year brought, the members stepped up and did not let it slow them down, going above and beyond to make this one of the greatest years yet. The 2021-2022 Trinity FFA officers installed at the banquet are President Haden Coleman, Vice President Zoe Hawkey, Secretary Allie Ancira, Treasurer Kayla Kembro, Reporter Graci Robb and Sentinel Alivia Wallace. Awards Chip Hart Top Hand Award — Haden Coleman Honorary FFA Members — Brittaney Cassidy and Shaun Stout Outstanding Service Award — Mike Burk Star Greenhand — Kayla Kembro Star Chapter — Allie Ancira Star Lonestar — Haden Coleman Top Junior FFA Member — Preston Riddle Beef Proficiency — Haden Coleman Goat Proficiency — Eryn Eaton Sheep Proficiency — Kaitlynn Medcalf Swine Proficiency — Zoey Gray Small Animal Management Proficiency — Peyton Robb Junior FFA Members — Samantha Dilda, Preston Riddle, Trace Coleman Greenhand Degree Recipients — Christanea Cunningham, Emalee Ellis, Zoe Hawkey, Alyssa Juniel, Kayla Kembro, Graci Robb, Samantha Short, Gunner Smith Chapter Degree Recipients — Brooke Allen, Allie Ancira, Robbie McDonald American FFA Degree Recipients — Jace Stout, Mallory Stout Top Seller — Kayla Kembro Top 5 FFA Members — Eryn Eaton, Haden Coleman, Peyton Robb, Zoey Grey, Shelby Walters 2021 Trinity FFA CDE Teams Horse Evaluation — Haden Coleman, Peyton Robb, Graci Robb Livestock Judging — Haden Coleman, Alivia Wallace, Kayla Kembro, Eryn Eaton Veterinary Science — Haden Coleman, Zoey Grey, Zoe Hawkey, Allie Ancira Senior Members — Peyton Robb, Eryn Eaton, Kyndal Corbin 2021 Student Teacher Recognition — Ms. Heather Stenson from SHSU

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