Veteran’s Day

Eli Terrell, 6, recently Crimson Christian Academy had its first ever Veterans’ Day program. Mrs. Fowler planned the entire event, which included a brunch for about 30 veterans. It was followed by a program presented by the middle school and high school students. Afterwards, the veterans sat around and visited with the students from all … Read more

End of the beginning

The Diboll Lumberjacks’ football season ended this past Friday in Tarkington, leaving the team with a 2-8 record. The season may have ended, but by no means is it all over in Diboll. In fact, the program’s resurgence is just beginning. Head coach Blake Morrison, in his numerous interviews throughout the season, continu-ously spoke of … Read more

8,500 to 1

The Diboll Lumberjack Band came home Oct. 18 with a First Division rating after their performance at the Region 10 Marching Contest held at Port Neches Groves High School. Wonder what that means? According to Head Band Director Joey Acker’s math, it means each of the 57 members on the field at Marching Contest did … Read more

Crowing about a victory

The Diboll PTSA awarded the Best Scarecrow Display to the Mary Dr. Woody Ingram on South Meadows. The Ingrams competed in the Diboll PTSA Scarecrow Decorating Contest, which was judged Monday, Oct. 27. Other winners were: Best Overall, City Hall; and Most Original, Ms. Barrett’s class, displayed at the Temple Elementary lobby; and Most Traditional, … Read more

DISD making a commitment to its students

Making a Commitment to Students Diboll ISD recognizes that State Standardized Testing is not the only measurement that determines student success. Therefore the Board, Administration and staff will work together to give our students an opportunity for success in many programs and use multiple assessment tools to determine their academic growth and potential. Diboll ISD … Read more