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“Our communities are built around our public schools,” Texas Senator Bryan Hughes said. The senator, who is a member of the Texas Senate’s education committee, committed to preserving public schools in the state and especially in the 16 counties he represents in District 1. more
A familiar face to many in the Bullard community has decided to continue to serve his hometown, as Tony Johnson has filed the necessary paperwork to seek reelection to the Place 1 seat on the Bullard Independent School District Board of Trustees in the upcoming Saturday, May 6 general election. more
One of the most recognizable landmarks in Bullard will soon be the recipient of much needed improvements, as the Bullard Rotary Club recently announced its plan to initiate Phase II of building at Bullard Kid’s Park, located in downtown Bullard. “We are excited about the changes that will be coming to Bullard Kid’s Park,” said John Jones, Bullard Rotary Club president. “The park is used a lot by different school groups and organizations passing through Bullard, as well as many residents and their children after school, on weekends, and during the summer months. We feel that the Phase II additions will allow the park more activities for parents, children, residents, and guests.” more
Students at Bullard High School will soon be able to choose to participate in a new sport at the school, as Bullard Independent School District prepares to establish the school’s first boys and girls soccer programs, effective during the 2017-2018 school year. more
Bullard Independent School District is warning the Bullard community of an ongoing scam that has already taken money from local businesses under the disguise of supporting Bullard ISD extracurricular activities. more
A capacity crowd full of members of the Bullard community and supporters of the Bullard Future Farmers of America program gathered inside of the Bullard Elementary School cafeteria for the annual Bullard High School FFA Labor and Merchandise Auction Saturday, Jan. 28. more
After years of volunteering in various capacities in the city of Bullard and within programs at Bullard Independent School District, Bullard community member Brandi Abercrombie has filed the necessary paperwork to be considered as a candidate for Place 2 on the Bullard ISD Board of Trustees in the upcoming May election. more
With the upcoming May election for the Bullard Independent School District Board of Trustees, one local community member has turned in his paperwork to run for the Place 2 seat. more
The Bullard Panther junior varsity and varsity cheerleading squads are offering parents an opportunity to have a date night without the kids for the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday. more
Bullard Independent School District will accept applications and nominations for people that have made a positive impact on the district for the Bullard ISD Wall of Honor Class of 2017 until Friday, Feb. 17. more
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