A RSHS graduate, Howard Lawrence began his tenure as trustee of the Rising Star School board in 1995. He served a total of twenty five years, with much of that time as the board president. Mr. Lawrence could be heard at home football games this season. He is also active in the First Baptist Church as well as Rising Star Livestock Raisers’ Association and various other community service activities. The district wishes to thank Mr. Lawrence for serving on the RSISD board from 1995-2020.
The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) provides training and employment services to help low-income participants 55 or older gain the skills needed to get jobs and become financially self-sufficient.
The Gorman Panthers went into Friday’s showdown with the Santa Anna Mountaineers needing a win to force a “winner takes all” match-up with Baird for the final district playoff berth.
Everyone was watching their step and looking out at Rising Star Elementary last week. The Sanderson Sisters were seen in the building and it was reported “they smelled Children!!!”
The Rising Star Wild- cats closed out their 2020 high school season on Fri- day with a rousing 73-26 victory over the Panther Creek Panthers.