Friday, April 29, 2016

PT 8th Grade Girls Track Takes 2nd in District

The Pine Tree 8th Grade Girls Track took home 2nd place honors at district competition.

Hayner Boorman earned 1st place for the 400 meter dash.  This is Boorman's second year as district champ.  Sam Sommerfeld gained 1st in the long jump with Antranae Thomas earning a 1st in discus.

Congratulations to our PT athletes!

High Jump
Jacayla Ingram - 2nd
Long Jump 
Sam Sommerfeld - 1st
Triple Jump
Kamryn Polk - 5th
Shot Put
Jaiya Carter - 4th
Antranae Thomas - 6th
Discus
Antranae Thomas - 1st
400 Meter Relay - 2nd
Jacayla Ingram
Tatium Barry
Donazia Harris
Destiny McCray
100m Hurdles
Donazia Harris - 3rd
100 Dash
Destiny McCray - 3rd
800m Relay - 2nd
Jacayla Ingram
Taitum Barry
Donazia Harris
Destiny McCray
400 Meter Dash
Sam Sommerfeld - 2nd
Hayner Boorman - 1st
300 Meter Hurdles
Jaedin Tambunga - 2nd
Isabella Nix - 3rd
200 Meter Dash
Haley Burton - 5th
1600 Meter Relay - 3rd
Jacayla Ingram
Sam Sommerfeld
Hayner Boorman
Jaedin Tambunga



Thursday, April 28, 2016

Pine Tree Education Foundation Awards $30,000 in Grant Funding

The Pine Tree Education Foundation has awarded $30,000 in grant money to Pine Tree ISD teachers and staff.  Congratulations to our PTISD teachers and staff!

These year's recipients and their projects:

Central Office
Carmen Dowdy & Sherrill Ballard
Project:  SumBlox
$5,400

Primary/PreK/K
Katie Yoder & Jennifer Schroeder
Project:  Sensory Kits in the Classroom
$4,671.00

Elementary
Katie Hammer
Project:  Reach for the STARR:  Helping Young Scientists Succeed!
$4,378.00

Intermediate
Laurie Taylor
Learning Music through Movement - Educational Rug
$2,695.00

Middle
Constance Massey, Danielle Thompson & Hayley Andress
Alternative Seating
$1,500

Junior High
Jennifer Mitchell
Stand Up, Engage, Learn
$1,600

High School
Amy Johnson & Jennifer Schroeder
Sensory Room for High School Special Education
$1,500

High School
Dual Credit - (Fall 2016 & Spring 2017)
$8,000


Since 2004, The Pine Tree ISD Education Foundation has given back $267,000 to PTISD schools in the form of Educator Grants made possible by the common passion for excellence in education that is shared by our community. The Foundation serves as an investment vehicle for those who support the vision of excellence in education for which Pine Tree ISD is known. The Foundation provides an innovative source of funding to support the school districts educational plan of excellence. 






Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Callie Ball Named Winner at Poetry Competition

Callie Ball, Pine Tree High School junior and daughter of Joe and Jane Ball, received a 2nd place poetry award for her entry, "Everyone Has Their Yellow Paint" in the 11th grade division at the 2016 Northeast Texas Poetry in Schools contest held at Region VII ESC in Kilgore on April 26.

Judges selected 38 winning poems from 682 entries.  The contest endeavors to provide a voice to young writers and encourages students to utilize language through the art form of poetry.  Callie's poem is published in County Line Magazine May/June issue both online and in print.

Contest sponsors include Rusk County Poetry Society, Young  Audiences Arts for Learning, Anne McCrady, County Line Magazine and Region VII ESC.

Congratulations, Callie!


Callie Ball 


Pine Tree High School Student Council Earns Statewide Recognition

For outstanding achievement in leadership, service and activities that serve to improve the school and community, Pine Tree High School Student Council has been recognized by the Texas Association of Student Councils (TASC) in the areas of Outstanding Student Council, DASH (Drugs, Alcohol, Safety & Health), Most Outstanding Community Service and Most Outstanding Pride & Patriotism.

The TASC outstanding school recognition program is designed to set a standard of excellence for Texas student councils as outlined in criteria published in state report form.  Fewer than 20% of TASC member schools are recognized in one or more areas.  Student Council members develop proven skills in team building, problem solving, project planning and decision making.  Through their co-curricular activities, student council members serve their communities while strengthening their academic and civic skills.

TASC is a nonprofit serving high school and middle level student councils in Texas.  Sponsored by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals, its purposes are to develop leadership abilities in students promote democracy as a way of life and uphold high standards for local councils.

Caitlyn Rutledge and Mike Darby are Student Council sponsors.  "We are thrilled with our Leadership and Student Council groups receiving Most Outstanding Student Council, Most Outstanding DASH committee, Most Outstanding Community Service and Most Outstanding Pride and Patriotism Committee.  We thank those who help support our efforts and look forward to next year," said Mrs. Rutledge.








Pine Tree Education Foundation Honors Outstanding Teachers at PT Honors on May 5

Outstanding teachers in the Pine Tree Independent School District will be recognized at the annual PT Honors on May 5 at The Summit Club.  Set for 6:00 p.m., the district will honor its beacon award winners, Teachers of the Year and the Regen Stiles Award for teaching excellence will also be announced.  

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online at PT Honors Event or calling the Pine Tree Education Foundation office at 295-5021.  

This year's Anchor sponsors are Judy and Mike Stiles, Adam and Alex and Longview Regional Medical Center.  



PTHS Sophomore Michael Bonham Captures First Place in Region 7's Earth Day Contest

Michael Bonham, a sophomore at Pine Tree High School, captured first place in Region 7's Earth Day poster contest.  Bonham's winning photo was taken on the grounds of PTHS.

This year's competition had over 400 entries and 12 winners were chosen from K-12th grades.  Students were asked to create posters that exemplify how trees contribute to our environment.

April 22 is Earth Day and every year Americans and over 100 different countries join together in the celebration of Earth Day.  It is the largest most celebrated environmental event worldwide.  This year's theme was "Trees for the Earth."  Trees will be the first of five major goals earthday.org is undertaking in honor of the five year countdown to their 50th anniversary.

Michael Bonham - 1st Place Region 7 Earth Day Poster Contest 














Monday, April 25, 2016

PTA MOTHER/SON GAME TIME SET FOR MAY 7

Join the Pine Tree PTA for an afternoon of fun at the 2016 Mother/Son Game Time on Saturday May 7 from 2-4 p.m. at Pine Tree Junior High at 2100 W Loop 281.  

Tickets are $15 for Mother (figure) and 1 Child
and $5 for each additional child up to $25

Register online at www.ptisd.org.  Click on the PTA link
Pre-register today!  Tickets must be purchased in advance.
No tickets will be sold at the door.  




Wednesday, April 20, 2016

PT 6th Mixed Choir Wins Sweepstakes

The Pine Tree 6th Mixed Choir brought home Sweepstakes honors at the Glennda Abraham Choral Festival on April 15.  The choir received 1st division ratings in concert and sight reading.

Judges Comments:
Students have highly developed tone quality
Wonderful stage presence
Lovely tone
Your're on your way to a great future
You didn't just sing - you MADE MUSIC!

Congratulations to the PT 6th Grade Mixed Choir!

PT 6th Grade Middle School Girls Choir

PT CHOIRS PRESENT OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES AT CHORAL FESTIVAL

The Pine Tree Junior High Boys Choir received excellent ratings in both concert and sight reading at the Glennda Abraham Concert and Sight Reading Choral Festival in Marshall on April 15.

Judges comments included:

Nice tone!
8 guys!  You make a good sound!
Nice attention and good intonation
You sound wonderful.  Focus and hard work are evident.
You're on your way gentlemen!  Keep you the hard work and you will get to that superior performance.

Choir director for the PTJH Boys Choir is Johanna Eppley.

The Pine Tree High School non varsity SAB mixed choir also performed at the Abraham Choral Festival.  This new choir received a superior rating in concert and an excellent rating in sight reading.

Judges comments included:

Stage presence well developed!
Diction clearly evident!
Performance shows developed characteristics of tone quality!
Beautiful phrases!

Choir director for the PTHS Non varsity SAB Mixed Choir is Danielle Warren.

Congratulations to all our PTISD students for a job well done!

Monday, April 18, 2016

Pine Tree PTA hosts Mother/Son Game Time May 7

Pine Tree PTA will host a Mother/Son Game Time event Saturday, May 7 from 2-4 p.m. at Pine Tree Junior High located at 2100 W Loop 281.  This exciting opportunity is for ages PreK-8th grade.

Tickets are online at www.ptisd.org ( PTA link on left-side menu) or can be purchased on the Primary and Middle School campuses and on the Intermediate campus on April 22 & 29 from 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon.

Tickets are $15 for Mother (figure) and one child - $5 each additional child up to $25.  All tickets need to be purchased in advance.




PTHS Environmental Science and Environmental Systems Students Participate in Earth Day Texas

Pine Tree High School Environmental Science and Environmental Systems students will participate in Earth Day Texas on Friday, April 22 at Fair Park in Dallas. 


This three-day event April  22-24 is held to celebrate, progress, hope and innovation and is the largest event of the world of its kind.  Earth Day Texas brings together environmental organizations, businesses, academic institutions, government agencies, speakers, interactive programming, and subject matter experts.


The following students will be attending Earth Day Texas:
Abigail Fobell
Devan Donley
Nadia McCowin
Shreya Patel
Katelyn White
Kendra Plunk
Mathew Alvarez
Megan Kelly 


AMERICA'S BUBBLY GUY TOM NODDY AT PINE TREE THIS THURSDAY

Pine Tree ISD will host Tom Noddy, America's Bubble Guy, on Thursday, April 21 at 7:00 p.m. in the Pine Tree High School Theatre.  A hands-on preshow will begin at 6:30 p.m. This performance is free to attend.

Before first bringing his performance to television in the early 80s, Tom Noddy spent over a decade developing a new kind of performance piece.  Sitting alone with dime store bubble solution, a childlike sense of wonder and an adult sense of humor he brought a new thing into being:  Bubble Magic.

After three appearances on America's Tonight Show, Noddy was featured on the "Best of the Year" Tonight Show segment.  In his 30-plus year career as America's Bubble Guy, he has appeared numerous times on prime time, daytime and late night television shows.  His work has been presented to 900 mathematicians at the International Congress of Mathematics in Berlin, Germany.  He has been the featured performer for science centers' Bubble Festivals attracting up to 17,000 people in a single weekend.

In over 50 countries, Tom has taken his uniquely warm charm and intellectual interest in soap bubbles to audiences around the world.  Tom's lively humor and engaging sense of  fun leave his audiences around the world.

For additional information about America's Bubble Guy performance, contact the PTISD Communications Department at 903-295-5136.

Friday, April 15, 2016

PTISD CAREER EXPO APRIL 21 - JOIN OUR TEAM!





PINE TREE 7TH AND 8TH GRADE SWEEPS UIL

The Pine Tree 7th grade and 8th grade UIL teams showed well at this year's competition.  The 7th Grade Competition Team won 1st place sweepstakes with 8th grade bringing home 2nd place sweepstakes. PT captured 3rd place in district competition.

Congratulations to the following students:

Art - 8th Grade
Amber Parker

Calculator - 8th Grade
2nd Place - Isabella Nix
3rd Place - Callista Harold
2nd Place Team - Nix, Harold and Hosmer

Chess - 6th Grade
3rd Place - Zoe Davis
4th Place - Kaleb Hogue
5th Place - Bryce Willadson
2nd Place Team - Davis, Hogue & Willadson

Chess - 7th Grade
1st Place - Colin Curfman
3rd Place Team - Curfman, Roberts, and Metcalf

Chess - 8th Grade
4th Place - Sterling Beakley

Dictionary - 6th Grade
6th Place - Abby Short

Dictionary - 8th Grade
1st Place - Leorah Haesecke
5th Place - Brie Cope
1st Place Team - Haesecke, Cope & Armstrong

Editorial Writing - 7th Grade
3rd Place - Graham Parmelee

Editorial Writing - 8th Grade
4th Place - Sam Sommerfield

Impromptu Speaking - 7th Grade
3rd Place - Colin Curfman
4th Place - LeeAnne Gannon

Impromptu Speaking - 8th Grade
1st Place - Rose LaBay

Listening - 7th Grade
3rd Place Team - Viramontes, Lewis and Roberts

Listening - 8th Grade
2nd Place - Ashly James
3rd Place - Tyler Tipton
6th Place - Brie Cope
1st Place Team - James, Tipton and Cope

Maps, Graphs & Charts - 6th Grade
5th Place - Joshua Garcia

Maps, Graphs, & Charts - 7th Grade
4th Place - Marilyn Shen
6th Place - Jann Cabudoy
1st Place Team - Shen, Cabudoy & Donnell

Mathematics - 7th Grade
1st Place - Marilyn Shen
5th Place - Luis Vazquez
6th Place - Emmanuel Viramontes
2nd Place Team - Shen, Vazquez and Viramontes

Mathematics - 8th Grade
5th Place - Isabella Nix
6th Place - Sterling Beakley
2nd Place Team - Nix, Beakley and Nasiero

Modern Oratory - 7th Grade
3rd Place - Graham Parmelee
4th Place - Eric Hill
5th Place - Michael Donnell

Modern Oratory - 8th Grade
2nd Place - Sarah Payne
5th Place - Noah Tesser

Music Memory - 7th Grade
2nd Place - Ira Roberts

Music Memory - 8th Grade
3rd Place Team - Gibbs, Ford, Roque & Barron

Number Sense - 6th Grade
3rd Place Team - Davis, Tesser and Jimenez

Number Sense - 7th Grade
2nd Place - Marilyn Shen
3rd Place Team - Shen, Vasquez and Roberts

Number Sense - 8th Grade
4th Place - Sterling Beakley
3rd Place Team - Beakley, Hosmer and Naseiro

Poetry - 6th Grade
5th Place - Chloe Chandler

Poetry - 7th Grade
1st Place - Eric Hill
3rd Place - LeeAnne Gannon

Poetry - 8th Grade
2nd Place - Taitum Barry
4th Place - Leorah Haesecke

Prose - 7th Grade
1st Place - Graham Parmelee
3rd Place - Holly James
4th Place - Kayla Elder

Prose - 8th Grade
2nd Place - Meagan Bernard
6th Place - Rose LaBay

Ready Writing - 8th Grade
3rd Place - Ashleigh Boston
6th Place - Sam Sommerfield

Science I & II - 6th Grade
6th Place - Zoe Davis
3rd Place Team - Davis, Bueno and Lister

Science I & II - 7th Grade
1st Place - Jann Cabudoy
4th Place - Marilyn Shen
3rd Place Team - Cabudoy, Shen and Pham

Science I & II - 8th Grade
2nd Place - Connor Naseiro
4th Place - Sterling Beakley
3rd Place Team - Naseiro, Beakley and Hosmer

Social Studies - 6th Grade
4th Place - Nathalie Rodriquez

Social Studies - 7th Grade
2nd Place - Michael Donnell
4th Place - Daniel Lambie
6th Place - Colin Curfman
2nd Place Team - Donnell, Lambie & Curfman

Social Studies - 8th Grade
4th Place - Al'Karageon Pollard
6th Place - Victoria Flanagan
2nd Place Team - Pollard, Flanagan and Paz

Spelling - 7th Grade
1st Place - Marilyn Shen
2nd Place Team - Shen, Metcalf & Khan

Spelling - 8th Grade
3rd Place - Rebekah Donnell
5th Place - Brandy Paz
3rd Place Team - Donnell, Paz and Sikes






Pine Tree Boys Varsity Track 15-5A District Champions

Pine Tree's Boys Varsity Track team captured the 15-5A district championship on Thursday.  The championship team earned 23 points ahead of the nearest competitor.  Pine Tree will be sending twenty-eight athletes to the Area Track Meet on April 23 in Whitehouse.

Congratulations to these athletes!

PT Boys Varsity Track Team - 15-5A District Champs 


PTHS Welding and Automotive Students Compete at state Skills USA Competition

Pine Tree High School Welding and Automotive students competed in the state Skills USA competition in Corpus Christi March 30-April 2.  The students entered projects in both the welding and automotive competitions.

Sean Freeman received a silver medal on the technical information test.  The welding project team of Treston Braley and Michael Thomas received a first place blue ribbon.  The automotive project received a second place red ribbon with Joseph Stoker rebuilding an alternator for the automotive project.

Congratulations to all our students for a job well done!

Pine Tree Elementary Hosts Mini Car Show for PTE Students

Pine Tree Elementary will host a Mini Car Show for their students today from 9:00-2:00 p.m. at the elementary campus. 

Students will have the opportunity to learn about three classic cars and learn about different technologies from each car and have the opportunity to learn from the expert presenters.  The presenters will explain the changes in technology and how these changes affected families in both work and play.  

The vehicles featured include a 1931 Model A Deluxe Roadster (40-B), a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro and a 2013 Chevrolet Volt.  Coordinator of this event is Faith Fontenot, PTE First Grade Teacher.


  

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Pine Tree High School Choirs Continue Excellence at UIL Competition

The Pine Tree High School Choirs continued excellence in performance at the UIL concert and sight reading competition.

The Chorale Non Varsity Treble Choir received a first division from all judges along with the following comments:

Great song choices
Thank you for being so prepared
Excellent intonation and diction

The PT Express Varsity Mixed Choir received a Superior rating from all judges and received SWEEPSTAKES honors.  The judges comments included:

Pine Tree has arrived, yes!
Beautiful tone and dynamics!
Preparation is very obvious, thank you!

Congratulations to the students and Ms. Warren for these outstanding accomplishments!


Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Pine Tree Education Foundation Announces Beacon Award Honorees

The Pine Tree Education Foundation is proud to announce the 2016 Beacon Award winners.  The PTEF established the annual Beacon Awards to recognize district employees who have made a life changing impression on a student during their time in Pine Tree schools.

This year's recipients and students are:

Primary - Teacher Lisa Smith and Student Aaira Mughal
Elementary - Teacher Tekeshia Jones and Student Trae Poppy
Intermediate - Teacher Robin Best and 6th Grade Student Abby Short
Middle - Teacher Michael Higginbotham and Student Ethan Scott Morgan
Junior High - Teacher Amy Touchstone and Student Isabella Nix
ExCEL High School - Principal Duke Barnett and Student Kristopher Story
High School - Teacher Mark Melton and Student Kris Balint

The honorees and students will be honored at the annual Beacon Awards event on Thursday, May 5 at The Summit Club at 6:00 p.m.

The Regen Stiles Award for teaching excellence will be presented as well as the Teachers of the Year at this year's events.  Tickets are only $20 and can be purchased online at http://www.ptisd.org/default.aspx?name=PTEF.Home.

Teacher Lisa Smith and Student Aaira Mughal


Teacher Tekeshia Jones
and Student Trae Poppy
Teacher Robin Best
and Student Abby Short
Teacher Michael Higginbotham
and Student Ethan Scott  Morgan
Teacher Amy Touchstone
and Student Isabella Nix
Teacher Mark Melton
and
Student Kris Balint

Principal Duke Barnett
and
Student Kristopher Story 


Monday, April 11, 2016

PTHS SHOWS WELL AT DISTRICT UIL - ADVANCES TO REGIONALS

The Pine Tree High School UIL team showed well at district competition with several events advancing to regional competition.  Congratulations to the following students:

Calculator Applications
Andrea Jenkins - 2nd place - advancing to Regionals
2nd place team - Wild Card advancing to Regionals 

Computer Applications
Jasmine Vo - 5th place

Current Events
Colby Holloman - 3rd place - advancing to Regionals
3rd place team

Mathematics
James McNaney - 5th place
Jerry Zhang - 6th place
3rd place team

Number Sense
Andrea Jenkins - 4th place - alternate
James McNaney - 5th place
Jerry Zhang - 6th place
2nd place team - Wild Card advancing to Regionals 

Ready Writing 
Joel Ramirez - 6th place

Science
Andrea Jenkins - 6th place
2nd place team

Social Studies
Joel Ramirez - 4th place - alternate
3rd place team

Informative
Katherine Neal - 5th place

PINE TREE HIGH SCHOOL BANDS RECEIVE SUPERIOR RATINGS AT UIL COMPETITION

The Pine Tree High School Wind Ensemble and Symphonic bands brought home superior ratings in both concert stage and sight reading earning the band Sweepstakes trophies.  The concert band received excellent ratings.

Congratulations to all of the band members and directors for incredible performances!

PINE TREE ISD HOSTS TOM NODDY, AMERICA'S BUBBLE GUY

Pine Tree ISD will host Tom Noddy, America's Bubble Guy, on Thursday, April 21 at 7:00 p.m. in the Pine Tree High School Theatre.  A hands-on preshow will begin at 6:30 p.m. This performance is free to attend.

Before first bringing his performance to television in the early 80s, Tom Noddy spent over a decade developing a new kind of performance piece.  Sitting alone with dime store bubble solution, a childlike sense of wonder and an adult sense of humor he brought a new thing into being:  Bubble Magic.

After three appearances on America's Tonight Show, Noddy was featured on the "Best of the Year" Tonight Show segment.  In his 30-plus year career as America's Bubble Guy, he has appeared numerous times on prime time, daytime and late night television shows.  His work has been presented to 900 mathematicians at the International Congress of Mathematics in Berlin, Germany.  He has been the featured performer for science centers' Bubble Festivals attracting up to 17,000 people in a single weekend.

In over 50 countries, Tom has taken his uniquely warm charm and intellectual interest in soap bubbles to audiences around the world.  Tom's lively humor and engaging sense of  fun leave his audiences around the world.

For additional information about America's Bubble Guy performance, contact the PTISD Communications Department at 903-295-5136.

Tom Noddy - America's Bubble Guy






PINE TREE ISD PRIMARY KINDERGARTEN ROUND-UP APRIL 14 & 15

Pine Tree ISD has announced the 2016 PT Primary Kindergarten Round-Up for April 14 from 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. -6:30 p.m. and April 15 from 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.


Kindergarten Round-Up is ONLY for those students new to the Pine Tree district and who did  not attend Pre-K at Pine Tree.

Please bring the following with you:
* Your child for testing to assist with placement
Valid ID
Birth certificate
Social Security
Shot Records (up-to-date)
Proof of Residency
Current month utility bill - water, gas or electric - NO CABLE OR CELL PHONE BILLS

If you do not have a birth certificate please visit:
Gregg County Courthouse
101 E. Methvin
The cost is $22

If you prefer to purchase a birth certificate online the cost is $22 at www.texas.gov.
The birth certificate is a REQUIRED document to register.

For questions and/or additional information contact Regina Butcher at 903-295-5095.

Lady Pirate Golf Named District Runner Up and Regional Qualifier

The Lady Pirate Golf Team earned district runner-up and regional qualifier status and will represent Pine Tree at the regional tournament April 13 & 14.

Winning team members include:
Senior Presley Hunter
Junior Aubrey Zastoupil - 2nd medalist and 1st team All-District
Junior Madison Randall - 2nd team All-District
Junior Diana Montemayor
Sophomore - Kayley McMullen - 2nd team All-District

Congratulations Lady Pirate Golf Team!




Lady Pirates Golf Team



Thursday, April 7, 2016

Pine Tree Junior High Girls Choirs Show Well at Competition

The Pine Tree Junior High 7th grade and 8th grade girls choirs both received a score of excellent (2) on stage and a first division (superior) in sight reading at the UIL competition.  Mrs. Johanna Eppley is director of choirs.

Congratulations to all of our students on this outstanding accomplishment!

PTJH 8th Grade  Girls Choir


PTJH 7th Grade Girls  Choir




Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Support the Pine Tree Education Foundation at Spirit Night April 12

Come out and support the Pine Tree Education Foundation during Spirit Night 2016!  This year's event will be Tuesday, April 12 from 4-7 p.m. at the Whataburger located at 1479 E. Harrison Road across from Lear Park.

Twenty percent of all proceeds this evening will benefit the Pine Tree Education Foundation which funds district teacher grants.

Save the Date and attend Spirit Night at Whataburger on April 12!

For additional information regarding this event contact Melissa Saunders, PTEF Executive Director, at 903-295-5021.










Monday, April 4, 2016

PINE TREE DEBATE WINS DISTRICT

Pine Tree Lincoln-Douglas team members Roshi Edalur and Colby Holloman placed 1st and 2nd Friday at district competition.  Roshni Edalur also received the Top Speaker award.

Holly Holloman beat Hallsville's top seed in the first round setting up Pine Tree's ability to take 1st and 2nd place.  The PT team will compete in regionals on April 22 and 23 in Nacogdoches.

Congratulations to all of our students!


Roshi Edalur, Holly Holloman and 
Colby Holloman






PINE TREE RECOGNIZES VOLUNTEERS DURING NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK

Pine Tree ISD will recognize volunteers who have made outstanding contributions to the district during National Volunteer April 10-16.

The following individuals were selected for this special recognition because of their level of dedication to Pine Tree ISD.    This special group of volunteers will be recognized at the City of Longview/Longview Nonprofit Coalition luncheon on Tuesday, April 12 at Maude Cobb Convention Center.

We thank each of these volunteers for sharing their time, talents and being an inspiration to all!

Campus/Department                              Volunteer
Primary                                                    Alison Roedel
Elementary                                               Micah Devendorf
Intermediate                                             Dot Dishman
Middle                                                      David Blazek
Junior High                                               Dr. Darrel Sherman
High School                                             Sheila McNaney
P.A.C.E.                                                    LaSeanda Wilcott
ExCEL High School                                 Debbie Jackson
Central Office                                           Myrna Graham
PT School Board President                      Terre Dunn
Pine Tree Education Foundation              Iva Holyfield
PTA                                                          Wendy Stevenson