We proudly announce the EMS Education Foundation's 1st Cornerstone Honors Program Scholarship winner has graduated from UTA! Gerardo wore his TCC Cornerstone stole during his graduation to illustrate the impact this scholarship had on his success. Wow! EMS students achieving excellence! ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to a partnership with DELL Corporation, several students from Watson High School received Technology Resource Scholarships. Students applied for this scholarship in March of 2018 and were awarded at the Watson High School Graduation.
1 student also received a Perfect Attendance laptop! Wow, what an accomplishment! 1 lap top has been awarded to Watson for the 2018-2019 school year for a student receiving Perfect Attendance this year.
Congratulations to Watson on being a community in which all students are inspired to embrace life-long learning! We support your drive to succeed!
Special thanks to DELL Executive, Michael Schroeder, for stopping by to hand out this gift today- on the first day of school. Go Warriors!
It is with great respect that we acknowledge Liz Hatley for her long term service to the EMS Education Foundation. Liz has served on the Ed. Foundation Board of Directors for over 7 years and has been and will continue to be a loyal supporter of student scholarships and fundraising events. She has nominated Dr. Marilyn Tolbert to serve as the EMS Trustee Board member. Thank you, Liz!
Marilyn joins us with a willingness to serve EMS students and teachers. Welcome to our Board of Directors! ... See MoreSee Less
**Game Alert** The Boswell vs Chisholm Trail varsity football game has been delayed due to lightening in the area. Game time is now 7:30 pm. We are monitoring weather and will keep you updated if things change. ... See MoreSee Less
**UPDATE** Saginaw High School varsity football game has been moved to noon on Saturday. Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD AthleticsUPDATE Varsity Rough Rider football vs. Arlington Heights has been changed to noon on Saturday due to expected bad weather Saturday evening. ... See MoreSee Less
For the fifth consecutive year, EMS ISD ranks among the nation’s top communities for support of music education. The National Association of Music Merchants Foundation (NAMM) recognizes Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD for its outstanding commitment to music education with a Best Communities for Music Education (BCME) designation. #emsproud ... See MoreSee Less
Game Change Alert! Thursday sub-varsity football games and Friday's varsity football game between Boswell HS and Chisholm Trail HS have been moved. Thunderstorms are forecast for Friday so the games have been changed for the safety of all students and visitors. See below for times and information.*Game Change*
Due to the possibility of thunderstorms on Friday, the Boswell vs Chisholm Trail Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD varsity football game has been moved to Thursday, September 20th, 7:00 pm at Boswell Pioneer Stadium.
All sub-varsity games scheduled for Thursday are rescheduled to tonight at 6:00 pm and 7:30 pm.
All students involved in game-day activities should contact the appropriate director, coach, or sponsor for instructions.
Thank you for your understanding and support as we adjust game schedules to ensure the safety of all students and fans. #EveryMemberSafe ... See MoreSee Less
What a great turnout for 2018 EMS ISD Gold Card luncheon! Thank you to all of our Gold Card members for coming out today and for your support of the EMS ISD students and community. #EMSproud ... See MoreSee Less
Our elementary schools will have fresh blueberries on the menu this Wednesday (tomorrow) as part of our initiative to provide the students with more fresh and exciting fruit choices. Blueberries are a great source of Vitamin C, with just one serving packing almost 25% of our daily Vitamin C requirements. Blueberries also are a great source of manganese, a nutrient that is important for bone development and converting our food into energy. ... See MoreSee Less
Today is National Constitution Day! On September 17, 1787, the U.S. Constitution was signed by delegates to the Constitutional Convention. In honor of this historic event, during the week that includes September 17, Texas schools honor Celebrate Freedom Week to highlight the values and ideals on which the United States was founded as well as the sacrifices that were made for freedom in the founding of the country. To learn more about the Constitution and the origins of Constitution Day, click here ow.ly/JwFF30lO9Tx... See MoreSee Less