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Teacher of the Month – January 2015

TISD – Yolanda Wade, Dogan Middle School
Chapel Hill ISD – Bethany Chancellor, Kissam Elementary
Lindale ISD – Salana Campbell, College Street Elementary
Arp ISD – Morgan Broyles, Arp Junior High
Winona ISD – Jenna Gillit, Winona Middle School

President Obama: State of the Union Address 1-20-15

President’s Weekly Address 1/20/15


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Full Text of Obama’s State of the Union Address

GOP Response


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Teacher of the Month – December 2014

Teacher of the Month – December 2014

Tyler ISD – Lindsey Lott, Andy Woods Elementary School

Arp ISD – Jeanine Sulser, Arp Elementary School

Chapel Hill ISD – Jill Williams, Jackson Elementary School

Lindale ISD – Megan Stanley, Lindale Early Childhood Center

Winona ISD – Nancy Bergbower, Winona Elementary School

Teacher of the Month – November 2014

Tyler ISD – April Caldwell, John Tyler High School

Winona ISD – Leah Overman, Winona High School

Lindale ISD – Neda Morrow, Lindale High School

Chapel Hill ISD – Nicole Read, Wise Magnet School

Arp ISD – Angelia Neal, Arp High School

Teacher of the Month – October 2014

October Teachers of the Month (To be updated as we receive new winners)

Tyler ISD – Andy Haas, Clarkston Elementary School

Chapel Hill ISD – Carrie Fry, Chapel Hill Middle School

Arp ISD – Maegan Knuckles, Arp Junior High

Lindale ISD – Bene Davis, Lindale Jr. High

Winona ISD – Lisa Cole, Winona Middle School

Whitehouse Teachers of the Year 2014

Whitehouse Teachers of the Year 2014

Morgan Cavendar – Stanton-SMith Elementary
Cheryl Cobayashi – Whitehouse High School
Cynthia Foster – Secondary Teacher of the Year – Whitehouse Junior High
Tiffany McFadden – Holloway 6th Grade
Marcy McLeod – Higgins Elementary
Dena Mitchell – Cain Elementary
Lee Anne Smith – Aim Center
Christine Workman – Elementary Teacher of the Year – Brown Elementary

Teacher of the Month – September 2014

Teacher of the Month – September 2014

Tyler ISD – Emily Tannery, Jack Elementary School

Winona ISD – Clarice Bledsoe, Winona Elementary School

Arp ISD – Jodi Waters – Arp Elementary School

Lindale ISD – Cynthia Sample, EJ Moss Intermediate School

Tyler Teachers of the Year Named

Beverly McRaeTyler ISD announced the 2014 Teachers of the Year at the annual Teacher of the Year Banquet held last night at the Harvey Convention Center. The District honored Campus Teachers of the Year before naming Beverly McRae as Elementary Teacher of the Year and Jennifer Sheffield as Secondary Teacher of the Year.

Ms. McRae is the reading intervention teacher for kindergarten through fifth grade at Owens Elementary School and believes that the greatest blessing of her teaching career has been the students who have given her abundant joy through their smiles, laughter, and fun. According to McRae, “I am just so proud to be a teacher. I have loved teaching my entire career. And it’s really a tribute to the students who have given me love, and I have felt every moment of their love.” She said, “It isn’t a career, it is my life calling.”… Read the rest of the article…

Teachers of the Month – May 2014

Tyler ISD – Kristin Miller-Moore MST Magnet School

Arp ISD – Rhonda Pawlik-Arp High School

Winona ISD – Katrice Gibbs-Winona High School

Chapel Hill ISD – Karen Jabr-Jackson Elementary School

Teachers of the Month – April 2014

Tyler ISD – Judy Sukiennik, Birdwell Elementary School

Arp ISD – Tiffany Ellis, Arp Junior High

Winona ISD – Amanda Parker, Winona Middle School

Lindale ISD – Jennifer King, Velma Penny Elementary School

Chapel Hill ISD – Leia Poskey, Chapel Hill Middle School

Fort Hood Gunman Sought Mental Health Treatment

FORT HOOD (AP) — Authorities say the gunman, Ivan Lopez, who reportedly opened fire at Fort Hood, killing three people and himself, was an Iraq War veteran being treated for mental illness. Wednesday’s attack also wounded 16 people at the Texas military base, where a 2009 shooting rampage killed 13 people and wounded more than 30. A federal law enforcement official says investigators will interview the gunman’s wife, search his home, and examine whether his combat experience caused lingering psychological trauma. The official, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity, says investigators also must find witnesses who know what the shooter said and did during the attack. Fort Hood’s senior officer, Lt. Gen. Mark Milley, says the gunman had sought help for depression and anxiety, and was being assessed for post-traumatic stress disorder.

Hospitals Near Fort Hood Getting Wounded Persons

Fort Hood SignFORT HOOD (AP) — The patient count is now eight going on nine at a Central Texas trauma hospital after a Fort Hood shooting rampage. Army officials say four people are dead after the Wednesday rampage, including the gunman, and 16 others were injured. Officials at Scott and White Hospital in Temple say Darnall Army Community Hospital at Fort Hood transferred eight patients Wednesday, with one more en route. Doctors say the eight already under treatment are all soldiers, seven men and one woman. Three are in critical condition and five are in serious condition and may be upgraded to fair condition later this morning. Three patients are on ventilators, but the others are speaking. Doctors say the eight had gunshot wounds to chest, abdomen, neck and extremities.… Read the rest of the article…

Teachers of the Month – March 2014

Tyler ISD. Corpus Parra, Austin Elementary School

Winona ISD…Natalie Brown, Winona Elementary School

Chapel Hill ISD….Valorie Brooks, Chapel Hill High School

Lindale ISD….Vicki Cantrell, College Street Elementary School

Arp ISD….Lezli Jacobs, Arp Elementary School

Teachers of the Month – February 2014

Tyler ISD – Laura Gilbert, Bell Elementary Global Communications Academy

Arp ISD – George Greer, Arp High School

Lindale ISD – Roxie Miles, Lindale Early Childhood Center

Chapel Hill ISD – Charitie Wright, Kissam Intermediate School

Winona ISD – Melissa Neal, Winona High School

Whitehouse ISD Teachers of the Year

Andrea Ramsey, Brown Elementary School

Ashley Castle, Cain Elementary School

Cynthia Swinney, Higgins Elementary School

Ginger Halford, Stanton-Smith Elementary School

Sharyn Womble, Holloway Sixth Grade School

Anna Boney, Whitehouse Junior High School

Grant McDonald, Whitehouse High School

Patti Roberts, AIM Center

Teachers of the Month – January 2014

Tyler ISD…Sophia Pinedo, Dixie Elementary School

Lindale ISD..Sally Clemmons, Lindale High School

Winona ISD…Charlotte Jones, Winona Middle School

Chapel Hill ISD..Mindy Bentley, Wise Magnet School

Arp ISD…Theresa Jones, Arp Junior High

Teachers of the Month – December 2013

Tyler ISD…Peggy Vollmer, Griffin Elementary School

Winona ISD…Ronda Lindsey, Winona Elementary School

Arp ISD… Kathy Stroupe, Arp Elementary School

Lindale ISD…Jill Phillips, Lindale Junior High

Chapel Hill ISD.. Darleen Morales, Jackson Elementary School

Teachers of the Month – November 2013

Tyler ISD…Karina Renteria, Caldwell Elementary Arts Academy

Winona ISD…Chelsea Dobbs, Winona High School

Arp ISD…Brilynn Hudson, Arp High School

Chapel Hill ISD…Brad Hickman, Chapel Hill Middle School

Lindale ISD….Debbie Turner, E.J. Moss Intermediate School

Teachers of the Month – October 2013

Tyler ISD… Sheila Thurmond, Moore MST Magnet School

Lindale ISD….Betsy Campbell, Velma Penny Elementary School

Winona ISD…Dixi Russell, Winona Middle School

Arp ISD…Diane Smith, Arp Junior High School

Chapel Hill ISD….Rhonda Toon, Chapel Hill High School

President Obama State of the Union Address 1-28-14

President’s Weekly Address 1-28-14


Download

GOP Response


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Teacher of the Month – September 2013

Tyler ISD – Sheila Thurmond – Moore Middle School
Winona ISD – Cassidy Smith – Winona Elementary
Lindale ISD – Lanette Tipton – College Street Elementary
Arp ISD – Brandy Elliott – Arp Elementary

Obama’s Address on Syria – 9/10/13

Why does Dr. Bob sign off, “I’m Dr. Bob Peters and that’s thirty”?

In the days of linotype machines for setting type, multiple pages of copy contained the footer “-more-” at bottom of each page. The end of the copy on the last page carried the footer “-30-“. That told the typesetter in a definitive fashion that he had reached the end of his copy. Why “30”? No one I have ever asked knows. But the designation “30” has stuck as an indication of “the end”. Dr. Bob adopted this convention years ago when he was a neophyte broadcaster.

Tyler ISD Announces 2013 Teachers of the Year

Tyler ISD Announces 2013 Teachers of the YearTyler ISD Announces 2013 Teachers of the Year
Tyler – Tyler ISD announced the 2013 Teachers of the Year at the annual Teacher of the Year Banquet held Tuesday, May 14 at Harvey Convention Center. The District honored Campus Teachers of the Year before naming Griffin Elementary School Science Lab Teacher Kimberly Whaley as Elementary Teacher of the Year, and Robert E. Lee High School Pre-AP Biology Teacher Elgin Johnson as Secondary Teacher of the Year.

To celebrate the dedication of Tyler ISD’s outstanding team of teachers, the theme of this year’s Teacher of the Year Banquet was “Legacy of Caring.”

With more than 14 years of teaching experience, Mrs. Whaley says her passion for teaching began at a very early age.

“Even as a child setting up a classroom in our garage where I taught my sister and her friend, or my stuffed animals when no one else would cooperate, I knew I would spend my life teaching others,” Mrs. Whaley said. “Supporting children and their families through their educational journey gives me great joy. I am driven by the needs of children and finding creative and engaging ways to help them reach their goals.”

Mr. Johnson has spent the past 14 years teaching at Robert E. Lee High School. He credits his family and faith for his success as an educator.

“I truly believe that I am a teacher because that is the way God wants to use me at this point in my life. I have had the good fortune to be around people my entire life that knew the value of education and learning,” Mr. Johnson said. “Education is not limited to within the walls of the schools, but extends to the entire community. The charge we have as educators is to create and cultivate meaningful relationships with not only students, but parents and the community.”

Twenty-nine teachers were named Campus Teachers of the Year. Criteria for selection of both the campus and District Teachers of the Year included, among other items: playing an active and useful role in their community, commitment to the teaching profession through continuous improvement, and lessons that creatively engage and inspire students to achieve high academic standards.

More than 500 guests attended the banquet, including Tyler ISD staff, administrators, teachers, sponsors and members of the community. The District winners will compete at the regional level this summer.

Teacher of the Month – April 2013

Tyler ISD – Melanie Thomas – Rice Elementary

Winona ISD – Jerry Whorton – Winona High School and Middle School Band

Troup ISD – Lori Burke – Troup Middle School

Lindale ISD – Kaela Deslatte – Lindale Early Childhood Center

Chapel Hill ISD – Jennifer Nichols – Kissam Intermediate School

Teachers of the Month – March 2013

Troup ISD – Jane Oakes – Troup Elementary School

Chapel Hill ISD – Amy Harvison – Wise Elementary School

Lindale ISD – Beth Thompson – Lindale High School

ARP ISD – Erin Calicutt – Arp Elementary School

Winona ISD – Candice Longcrier – Winona Elementary School

Whitehouse ISD Teachers of the Year
Cathryne Patterson – Elementary Teacher of the Year

Dan Seal – Secondary Teacher of the Year

President Obama State of the Union Address 2-12-13

Why can’t I get your am station before 7:30 in the morning?

Yours is a question we get frequently at this time of year as the sun begins rising later and setting earlier. You didn’t specify where you live in the area so my answer will be general in nature. But put simply, as the sun rises and sets, KTBB, like most AM radio stations, changes its power and the direction in which it more strongly radiates its signal.… Read the rest of the article…

Every morning around 6:15 your signal seems to be pumped up?

That second or so when static comes thru causes the listener to miss half a sentence or so. Can this process occur before 6:00 am, instead of in the middle of the sports update?

ANSWER
The momentary interruption that you hear is the result of the physical movement of some rather large relays that serve to:

* increase transmitter power output from 2,500 to 5,000 watts
* change the shape of the station’s radiation pattern to the daytime pattern as set forth in our license.… Read the rest of the article…

Teachers of the Month – December 2012

Tyler ISD – Patricia Bajali – John Tyler High School

Troup ISD – Lisa Stegall – Troup Elementary

Chapel Hill ISD – Marsha Nolan – Chapel Hill Middle School

Arp ISD – Faith Williams – Arp Elementary School

Lindale ISD – Heidi Aubuchon – Velma Penny Elementary

Teachers of the Year
Whitehouse ISD – Cathryne Patterson – Higgins Elementary

Whitehouse ISD – Michelle Richardson – Stanton-Smith Elementary

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Teacher of the Month – January 2015

Posted/updated on: March 6, 2015 at 5:41 am

TISD – Yolanda Wade, Dogan Middle School
Chapel Hill ISD – Bethany Chancellor, Kissam Elementary
Lindale ISD – Salana Campbell, College Street Elementary
Arp ISD – Morgan Broyles, Arp Junior High
Winona ISD – Jenna Gillit, Winona Middle School

President Obama: State of the Union Address 1-20-15

Posted/updated on: January 12, 2016 at 10:54 pm

President’s Weekly Address 1/20/15


Download
Full Text of Obama’s State of the Union Address

GOP Response


Download

Teacher of the Month – December 2014

Posted/updated on: March 6, 2015 at 5:41 am

Teacher of the Month – December 2014

Tyler ISD – Lindsey Lott, Andy Woods Elementary School

Arp ISD – Jeanine Sulser, Arp Elementary School

Chapel Hill ISD – Jill Williams, Jackson Elementary School

Lindale ISD – Megan Stanley, Lindale Early Childhood Center

Winona ISD – Nancy Bergbower, Winona Elementary School

Teacher of the Month – November 2014

Posted/updated on: January 27, 2015 at 6:14 am

Tyler ISD – April Caldwell, John Tyler High School

Winona ISD – Leah Overman, Winona High School

Lindale ISD – Neda Morrow, Lindale High School

Chapel Hill ISD – Nicole Read, Wise Magnet School

Arp ISD – Angelia Neal, Arp High School

Teacher of the Month – October 2014

Posted/updated on: December 15, 2014 at 9:21 am

October Teachers of the Month (To be updated as we receive new winners)

Tyler ISD – Andy Haas, Clarkston Elementary School

Chapel Hill ISD – Carrie Fry, Chapel Hill Middle School

Arp ISD – Maegan Knuckles, Arp Junior High

Lindale ISD – Bene Davis, Lindale Jr. High

Winona ISD – Lisa Cole, Winona Middle School

Whitehouse Teachers of the Year 2014

Posted/updated on: May 30, 2015 at 1:11 am

Whitehouse Teachers of the Year 2014

Morgan Cavendar – Stanton-SMith Elementary
Cheryl Cobayashi – Whitehouse High School
Cynthia Foster – Secondary Teacher of the Year – Whitehouse Junior High
Tiffany McFadden – Holloway 6th Grade
Marcy McLeod – Higgins Elementary
Dena Mitchell – Cain Elementary
Lee Anne Smith – Aim Center
Christine Workman – Elementary Teacher of the Year – Brown Elementary

Teacher of the Month – September 2014

Posted/updated on: November 5, 2014 at 9:13 am

Teacher of the Month – September 2014

Tyler ISD – Emily Tannery, Jack Elementary School

Winona ISD – Clarice Bledsoe, Winona Elementary School

Arp ISD – Jodi Waters – Arp Elementary School

Lindale ISD – Cynthia Sample, EJ Moss Intermediate School

Tyler Teachers of the Year Named

Posted/updated on: September 14, 2014 at 5:19 am

Beverly McRaeTyler ISD announced the 2014 Teachers of the Year at the annual Teacher of the Year Banquet held last night at the Harvey Convention Center. The District honored Campus Teachers of the Year before naming Beverly McRae as Elementary Teacher of the Year and Jennifer Sheffield as Secondary Teacher of the Year.

Ms. McRae is the reading intervention teacher for kindergarten through fifth grade at Owens Elementary School and believes that the greatest blessing of her teaching career has been the students who have given her abundant joy through their smiles, laughter, and fun. According to McRae, “I am just so proud to be a teacher. I have loved teaching my entire career. And it’s really a tribute to the students who have given me love, and I have felt every moment of their love.” She said, “It isn’t a career, it is my life calling.”… Read the rest of the article…

Teachers of the Month – May 2014

Posted/updated on: September 25, 2014 at 1:17 am

Tyler ISD – Kristin Miller-Moore MST Magnet School

Arp ISD – Rhonda Pawlik-Arp High School

Winona ISD – Katrice Gibbs-Winona High School

Chapel Hill ISD – Karen Jabr-Jackson Elementary School

Teachers of the Month – April 2014

Posted/updated on: September 25, 2014 at 1:10 am

Tyler ISD – Judy Sukiennik, Birdwell Elementary School

Arp ISD – Tiffany Ellis, Arp Junior High

Winona ISD – Amanda Parker, Winona Middle School

Lindale ISD – Jennifer King, Velma Penny Elementary School

Chapel Hill ISD – Leia Poskey, Chapel Hill Middle School

Fort Hood Gunman Sought Mental Health Treatment

Posted/updated on: April 3, 2014 at 9:51 am

FORT HOOD (AP) — Authorities say the gunman, Ivan Lopez, who reportedly opened fire at Fort Hood, killing three people and himself, was an Iraq War veteran being treated for mental illness. Wednesday’s attack also wounded 16 people at the Texas military base, where a 2009 shooting rampage killed 13 people and wounded more than 30. A federal law enforcement official says investigators will interview the gunman’s wife, search his home, and examine whether his combat experience caused lingering psychological trauma. The official, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity, says investigators also must find witnesses who know what the shooter said and did during the attack. Fort Hood’s senior officer, Lt. Gen. Mark Milley, says the gunman had sought help for depression and anxiety, and was being assessed for post-traumatic stress disorder.

Hospitals Near Fort Hood Getting Wounded Persons

Posted/updated on: April 3, 2014 at 6:44 am

Fort Hood SignFORT HOOD (AP) — The patient count is now eight going on nine at a Central Texas trauma hospital after a Fort Hood shooting rampage. Army officials say four people are dead after the Wednesday rampage, including the gunman, and 16 others were injured. Officials at Scott and White Hospital in Temple say Darnall Army Community Hospital at Fort Hood transferred eight patients Wednesday, with one more en route. Doctors say the eight already under treatment are all soldiers, seven men and one woman. Three are in critical condition and five are in serious condition and may be upgraded to fair condition later this morning. Three patients are on ventilators, but the others are speaking. Doctors say the eight had gunshot wounds to chest, abdomen, neck and extremities.… Read the rest of the article…

Teachers of the Month – March 2014

Posted/updated on: May 13, 2014 at 9:38 am

Tyler ISD. Corpus Parra, Austin Elementary School

Winona ISD…Natalie Brown, Winona Elementary School

Chapel Hill ISD….Valorie Brooks, Chapel Hill High School

Lindale ISD….Vicki Cantrell, College Street Elementary School

Arp ISD….Lezli Jacobs, Arp Elementary School

Teachers of the Month – February 2014

Posted/updated on: April 17, 2014 at 10:37 am

Tyler ISD – Laura Gilbert, Bell Elementary Global Communications Academy

Arp ISD – George Greer, Arp High School

Lindale ISD – Roxie Miles, Lindale Early Childhood Center

Chapel Hill ISD – Charitie Wright, Kissam Intermediate School

Winona ISD – Melissa Neal, Winona High School

Whitehouse ISD Teachers of the Year

Posted/updated on: September 25, 2014 at 1:10 am

Andrea Ramsey, Brown Elementary School

Ashley Castle, Cain Elementary School

Cynthia Swinney, Higgins Elementary School

Ginger Halford, Stanton-Smith Elementary School

Sharyn Womble, Holloway Sixth Grade School

Anna Boney, Whitehouse Junior High School

Grant McDonald, Whitehouse High School

Patti Roberts, AIM Center

Teachers of the Month – January 2014

Posted/updated on: March 24, 2014 at 12:12 am

Tyler ISD…Sophia Pinedo, Dixie Elementary School

Lindale ISD..Sally Clemmons, Lindale High School

Winona ISD…Charlotte Jones, Winona Middle School

Chapel Hill ISD..Mindy Bentley, Wise Magnet School

Arp ISD…Theresa Jones, Arp Junior High

Teachers of the Month – December 2013

Posted/updated on: February 10, 2014 at 4:05 am

Tyler ISD…Peggy Vollmer, Griffin Elementary School

Winona ISD…Ronda Lindsey, Winona Elementary School

Arp ISD… Kathy Stroupe, Arp Elementary School

Lindale ISD…Jill Phillips, Lindale Junior High

Chapel Hill ISD.. Darleen Morales, Jackson Elementary School

Teachers of the Month – November 2013

Posted/updated on: February 10, 2014 at 4:04 am

Tyler ISD…Karina Renteria, Caldwell Elementary Arts Academy

Winona ISD…Chelsea Dobbs, Winona High School

Arp ISD…Brilynn Hudson, Arp High School

Chapel Hill ISD…Brad Hickman, Chapel Hill Middle School

Lindale ISD….Debbie Turner, E.J. Moss Intermediate School

Teachers of the Month – October 2013

Posted/updated on: February 10, 2014 at 4:04 am

Tyler ISD… Sheila Thurmond, Moore MST Magnet School

Lindale ISD….Betsy Campbell, Velma Penny Elementary School

Winona ISD…Dixi Russell, Winona Middle School

Arp ISD…Diane Smith, Arp Junior High School

Chapel Hill ISD….Rhonda Toon, Chapel Hill High School

President Obama State of the Union Address 1-28-14

Posted/updated on: January 12, 2016 at 10:55 pm

President’s Weekly Address 1-28-14


Download

GOP Response


Download

Teacher of the Month – September 2013

Posted/updated on: February 10, 2014 at 4:02 am

Tyler ISD – Sheila Thurmond – Moore Middle School
Winona ISD – Cassidy Smith – Winona Elementary
Lindale ISD – Lanette Tipton – College Street Elementary
Arp ISD – Brandy Elliott – Arp Elementary

Obama’s Address on Syria – 9/10/13

Posted/updated on: September 10, 2015 at 3:33 am

Why does Dr. Bob sign off, “I’m Dr. Bob Peters and that’s thirty”?

Posted/updated on: April 26, 2018 at 10:27 am

In the days of linotype machines for setting type, multiple pages of copy contained the footer “-more-” at bottom of each page. The end of the copy on the last page carried the footer “-30-“. That told the typesetter in a definitive fashion that he had reached the end of his copy. Why “30”? No one I have ever asked knows. But the designation “30” has stuck as an indication of “the end”. Dr. Bob adopted this convention years ago when he was a neophyte broadcaster.

Tyler ISD Announces 2013 Teachers of the Year

Posted/updated on: September 23, 2013 at 5:25 pm

Tyler ISD Announces 2013 Teachers of the YearTyler ISD Announces 2013 Teachers of the Year
Tyler – Tyler ISD announced the 2013 Teachers of the Year at the annual Teacher of the Year Banquet held Tuesday, May 14 at Harvey Convention Center. The District honored Campus Teachers of the Year before naming Griffin Elementary School Science Lab Teacher Kimberly Whaley as Elementary Teacher of the Year, and Robert E. Lee High School Pre-AP Biology Teacher Elgin Johnson as Secondary Teacher of the Year.

To celebrate the dedication of Tyler ISD’s outstanding team of teachers, the theme of this year’s Teacher of the Year Banquet was “Legacy of Caring.”

With more than 14 years of teaching experience, Mrs. Whaley says her passion for teaching began at a very early age.

“Even as a child setting up a classroom in our garage where I taught my sister and her friend, or my stuffed animals when no one else would cooperate, I knew I would spend my life teaching others,” Mrs. Whaley said. “Supporting children and their families through their educational journey gives me great joy. I am driven by the needs of children and finding creative and engaging ways to help them reach their goals.”

Mr. Johnson has spent the past 14 years teaching at Robert E. Lee High School. He credits his family and faith for his success as an educator.

“I truly believe that I am a teacher because that is the way God wants to use me at this point in my life. I have had the good fortune to be around people my entire life that knew the value of education and learning,” Mr. Johnson said. “Education is not limited to within the walls of the schools, but extends to the entire community. The charge we have as educators is to create and cultivate meaningful relationships with not only students, but parents and the community.”

Twenty-nine teachers were named Campus Teachers of the Year. Criteria for selection of both the campus and District Teachers of the Year included, among other items: playing an active and useful role in their community, commitment to the teaching profession through continuous improvement, and lessons that creatively engage and inspire students to achieve high academic standards.

More than 500 guests attended the banquet, including Tyler ISD staff, administrators, teachers, sponsors and members of the community. The District winners will compete at the regional level this summer.

Teacher of the Month – April 2013

Posted/updated on: September 23, 2013 at 5:26 pm

Tyler ISD – Melanie Thomas – Rice Elementary

Winona ISD – Jerry Whorton – Winona High School and Middle School Band

Troup ISD – Lori Burke – Troup Middle School

Lindale ISD – Kaela Deslatte – Lindale Early Childhood Center

Chapel Hill ISD – Jennifer Nichols – Kissam Intermediate School

Teachers of the Month – March 2013

Posted/updated on: April 10, 2013 at 3:29 pm

Troup ISD – Jane Oakes – Troup Elementary School

Chapel Hill ISD – Amy Harvison – Wise Elementary School

Lindale ISD – Beth Thompson – Lindale High School

ARP ISD – Erin Calicutt – Arp Elementary School

Winona ISD – Candice Longcrier – Winona Elementary School

Whitehouse ISD Teachers of the Year
Cathryne Patterson – Elementary Teacher of the Year

Dan Seal – Secondary Teacher of the Year

President Obama State of the Union Address 2-12-13

Posted/updated on: September 10, 2015 at 3:36 am

Why can’t I get your am station before 7:30 in the morning?

Posted/updated on: September 15, 2015 at 6:00 am

Yours is a question we get frequently at this time of year as the sun begins rising later and setting earlier. You didn’t specify where you live in the area so my answer will be general in nature. But put simply, as the sun rises and sets, KTBB, like most AM radio stations, changes its power and the direction in which it more strongly radiates its signal.… Read the rest of the article…

Every morning around 6:15 your signal seems to be pumped up?

Posted/updated on: September 15, 2015 at 5:05 am

That second or so when static comes thru causes the listener to miss half a sentence or so. Can this process occur before 6:00 am, instead of in the middle of the sports update?

ANSWER
The momentary interruption that you hear is the result of the physical movement of some rather large relays that serve to:

* increase transmitter power output from 2,500 to 5,000 watts
* change the shape of the station’s radiation pattern to the daytime pattern as set forth in our license.… Read the rest of the article…

Teachers of the Month – December 2012

Posted/updated on: January 15, 2013 at 9:19 am

Tyler ISD – Patricia Bajali – John Tyler High School

Troup ISD – Lisa Stegall – Troup Elementary

Chapel Hill ISD – Marsha Nolan – Chapel Hill Middle School

Arp ISD – Faith Williams – Arp Elementary School

Lindale ISD – Heidi Aubuchon – Velma Penny Elementary

Teachers of the Year
Whitehouse ISD – Cathryne Patterson – Higgins Elementary

Whitehouse ISD – Michelle Richardson – Stanton-Smith Elementary

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