Welcome to Boles ISD
Home of the Fightin’ Hornets!
Boles ISD is committed to ensuring a safe and secure learning environment for our students. We want to make you aware of some recent safety measures Boles ISD has taken to secure our buildings and prepare our school community in case of an emergency.
Boles ISD recently created, developed and implemented new emergency response guidelines. With the help of local law enforcement, Cash Fire Department, community members, and Boles ISD staff members, the District developed new emergency response guidelines and protocol. Boles ISD also trained staff members on the emergency response guidelines and drill procedures. In addition to the new emergency response guidelines, Boles ISD has updated our 911 addresses in the Hunt County system. We have also participated and hosted a countywide active shooter drill with surrounding Hunt County communities, and law enforcement agencies. The District also practices and conducts fire, severe weather, and lockdown drills with students, teachers, and staff members. Finally, Boles ISD has provided an additional layer of security by rekeying the doors of the entire district.
In light of recent events, Boles ISD will continue to monitor the effectiveness and consistency of the Boles ISD emergency response guidelines. We will continue to provide the highest level of security for our learning community by monitoring our practices and procedures.
February 19, 2018 is a Student/Staff Holiday. Enjoy your day off!
Attention Hornet Nation!
Boles ISD has a new form of communication. Boles ISD will be using School Rush! website and smart phone app to communicate pictures, information, dates, events, school closings, emergencies, and more. Please go to schoolrush.com for more information.
Boles ISD Teachers of the Year
Steven Whitworth, Boles High School Teacher of the Year
Karen Henderson, Boles Middle School Teacher of the Year
Boles Frontier Initative Information
Boles ISD 2017 Senior and Kindergarten Graduates
Once A Hornet... Always A Hornet!!!
Please see the link below for information on how to prevent the Zika Virus.
Stop Light to be Installed
The Texas Department of Transportation will begin the process of installing a stop light at the intersection of HWY 34 and FM 2101. The proceess of installing this stop light will not begin until the Summer of 2018.
This is Boles!
Dr. Graham Sweeney, Boles ISD Superintendent, speaks about the unique and welcoming environment Boles ISD offers students, parents, and community members. Click on the video below to see how special our district is to everyone that calls Boles ISD home.