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With 227 schools, our district, Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) is the eighth-largest school district in the nation. We are a melting pot of urban, rural, and suburban areas.

Longview ISD hopes online program hooks readers

Longview News-Journal | February 20, 2017

By: Jimmy Isaac 

Longview school leaders hope a new online initiative sparks reading interest for young students across the region.

East Texas Reads, the new program the Longview ISD kicked off Monday, already has inspired the...

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