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January was school board appreciation month, and Chisum ISD would like to thank the board members for their timeless dedication and commitment to all students. Our board goes above and beyond the call of duty and it is most definitely appreciated. So “THANK YOU” board members for a job well done!! 2011-2012 board members are Paul Hutto, Dashelle Floyd, Travis Ball, Lisa Butler, Wes Jackson, and Cindy Morton. Not pictured is Jimmy Caffee.
Chisum Superintendent, Diane Stegall was arrested and hand-cuffed as part of her challenge of being a Jailbird in Paris TX Lock-Up benefiting Muscular Dystrophy Association. She will be raising money to help in the fight against muscle disease in our community.
She asks that you to help by supporting her fundraising efforts with a donation. Your tax-deductible gift will make a difference in the lives of many children and adults living in our community who have muscle disease! It is faster and easier than ever to support this great cause — you can make your donation online by simply clicking on the link at the bottom of this message.
Thanks in advance for your help in the fight against muscle disease. Diane greatly appreciates your support for her bail.
Chisum Independent School District Superintendent Diane Stegall addresses the Lamar County Commissioners Court on Monday asking the commissioners to execute a resolution supporting the “Together We Can” initiative. At Stegall’s request, the commissioners resolved to work hand-in-hand with law enforcement, churches, parents, students, teacher adn other community organizations to support this project to eliminate the use of alcohol abuse by minors, illegal druges, bullying, harassment, or violence of any kind, to provide a safe and enjoyable enviornment for everyone in our community.
“We are concerned about the youth of our community,” Stegall told the commissioners. “It is our responsibility, of everyone who makes up a community, to address these issues. Talk is good, but we’re gonna need action.”
The project is working to put all community resources together to address these problems. While no solution is yet forthcoming, the resolution by the commissioners, passed unanimously, acknowledges the need to work together to create a safe and peaceful community.
“Together We Can”, arose out of a think tank brainstorming session held in late October at Chisum. Stegall says the group next will meet with Police Chief Bob Hundley to explore action plans to combat these rampant problems in area schools.
Chisum student representatives from grades 5-12 met on Monday, October 31, 2011 to participate in a Think Tank to address issues relating to illegal drug use and bullying. The students made suggestions for students, parents, teachers, law enforcement, churches, and schools to help students fight these issues both in and out of school.
Members of the Chisum Athletic Booster Club work hard to help provide Chisum athletes with funds needed to purchase athletic equipment and supplies they need to perform the best they can. These four ladies, Lisa Butler, Lisa Chapman, Katherine Jackson, and Katherine Cass worked the concession stand for a game. Anyone who might be interested in becoming part of the Chisum Athletic Booster Club is welcome. You can make a big difference in the lives of our athletes.