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No School - Friday, March 22
March 22 will be a professional development day for staff along with Student Led Conferences at Mineola Middle School.  School will resume on Monday, March 25th.  

Business Professionals of America 3rd in State!!

The Mineola High School B.P.A. team placed 3rd at the Business Professionals of America State Conference.  Each year they compete against many 5A & 6A schools.Individual results are:


Parliamentary Procedure Team - Written Test

Armando Veloz - 1st Place


Parliamentary Procedures Concepts

Lin Dong - 5th Place

Jackson Vandover - 7th Place

Armando Veloz - 8th Place 

Olivia Toledo - 10th Place

Adrian French - 65th Place


National Honor Society Inducts Members and Names Officers for 2019-2020

New Members are:  Sarah Arcand, Ana Cruz, Jonah Fischer, Brady Gully, Abeni Kratzmeyer, Mateo Renaud, Tahjae Black, Karen DelaGarza-Escudero, Alana Galaz, Sydney Johnson, Hannah McNiel, Delana Yager, Kelsie Browning, Esmerelda Estrada, Valerie Garcia, Riley Johnson, and Emily Phonsnasinh


2019-2020 Officers

Isabella Tresca - Tristan Kirk -  Melea Bedford - Sabria Dean


Sophomore Members


Junior Members


Senior Members

Fishing Team Season Results

The regular season for the Texas High School Bass Association – Northeast Division finished at Lake O’the Pines on Saturday, March 2nd.


Mineola HS Fishing Team has one team that qualified to move on to Regionals to be held on April 13th at Lake Palestine. The Top 40% from that tournament will meet the Top 40% finishers from the other two Regional events at Cedar Creek Lake, Athens, TX on May 10-12.


Seniors River Simonek and Tristan Rychlik finished the five divisional tournaments in second place in the Angler of the Year race. They had three Top 10 finishes, winning scholarships and prizes and weighed in 38.54 pounds over those five tournaments. They were captained by Tim Tyndell and Bobby Waldon.


Seniors Jake Haggerton and Zane Bedford fished all five tournaments and placed in the Top 20 at Lake Fork but could not catch any of the required 14” minimum length bass in the other tournaments. They finished below the Top 50% of the full division field of 122 and did not qualify to go to Regionals. R.L. Lewis was their boat captain.


Senior Caleb Teeters and Sophomore Tanner Block also fished this season, only able to compete in three tournaments and did not fish the final two due to boat mechanical issues. Their captain is Tony Kelsey.


The team would like to thank their sponsors, whose donations make it possible to enter all the tournaments and will cover travel costs and hotel fees for Regionals and State tournments. Special thanks to Whataburger for hosting the first O’Whata Night fundraiser for the team.


Superintendent, Dr. Kim Tunnell is the team sponsor this season.






Head Start is now taking applications for 2019-2020

Please call to schedule an appointment

903-569-0165  Vickie Wilson and Veronica Rivera


When applying, please bring the following: 

  • Proof of income (both parents' income tax return, child support, college grants, foster/kinship documentation)
  • Proof of birth for applying child (birth certificate)
  • Child's social security card
  • Parent/guardian picture ID
  • Proof of address (electric bill or water bill)
  • Child's current immunization record
  • Current well-child exam
  • Copy of child's medicaid or insurance card



* Children with disabilities 

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