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The Galveston County Daily News: Free Education

September 27, 2016

Free Education

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Galveston College reports increased enrollment

Student enrollment at Galveston College increased by 6 percent this school year, the school reported Tuesday.

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Sunday 08/28/2016
Dr. Leon Bromberg Charitable Trust awards $150,000 to Galveston College
Posted: August 28, 2016

In honor of Charles “Chick” G. and Frances M. Dibrell, the Dr. Leon Bromberg Charitable Trust awarded Galveston College Foundation $150,000 for the Universal Access 21st Century Scholarship program, which benefits every eligible Galveston high school graduate with funds to pursue an associate’s degree or certification at Galveston College.

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Sunday 08/21/2016
CIS Galveston County is changing the picture of education
Posted: August 21, 2016

The majority of students in our public schools today live in poverty.

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Sunday 05/15/2016
Maureen E. “Kewpie” Schwerdtfeger Gaido Educational Resources Library Fund receives first pledge
Posted: May 15, 2016

Maureen E. Schwerdtfeger Gaido is known for helping to promote the island’s oleander, she was the creator of Galveston’s National Oleander Society.

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Sunday 05/08/2016
Nursing Assistance Fund founded in Cantini’s memory
Posted: May 08, 2016

From Staff Reports

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Sunday 04/24/2016
Applicants sought for armed services scholarship
Posted: April 24, 2016

State Sens. Larry Taylor (R-Friendswood) and Greg Bonnen (R-Friendswood) are seeking college-bound student applicants who want financial assistance through the Texas Armed Services Scholarship Program.

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Thursday 10/01/2015
Poor academic, financial ratings result in Watkins removal
Posted: October 01, 2015

TEXAS CITY — La Marque residents convened Tuesday evening at Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church, 302 N. Oak St.

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Monday 09/21/2015
Attendance is important to academic success
Posted: September 21, 2015

The academic success of every student in the La Marque Independent School District is extremely important to the members of the LMISD family. Our children receive the best education when dedicated parents and teachers work as a team. It is the parents’ support, involvement and commitment to education as well as a teacher’s ability to impart the necessary knowledge and skills in children that inspire them to do their absolute best. Student daily attendance and arrival to school on time are key components to a child’s academic success. It is the expectation of La Marque ISD that all students are “on time and present in every period of every day” and that they take advantage of the learning opportunities provided by our top-notched group of teaching professionals that have committed themselves to the achievement and success of all students. 

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U.S. Air Force Band to play at College of the Mainland
Posted: September 21, 2015

The U.S. Air Force Band of the West’s jazz band, Dimensions in Blue, will perform a free jazz concert at 7 p.m. Sept. 28 in the COM Learning Resource Center, 1200 Amburn Road, in Texas City.

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DHS Marching Band getting ready for season
Posted: September 21, 2015

Band programs in Dickinson ISD are an important and successful part of the fine arts offerings at the secondary level.

The McAdams Junior High bands are consistently recognized with high honors at music performances, while the Dickinson High School band has competed at the UIL State Marching Contest many times, including five state championships while in the 4A division. The band has also earned the Sweepstakes Award for more than 30 years during concert season in honor of top scores in both concert and sight-reading performances.

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