Longview Negro High School
Longview Negro High School
Longview Negro High School was started in 1899 and Mr. W. M. Daniel was appointed principal and served until his death in 1939

During the period of his principalship the following teachers served: 
Janie Daniel, Mary C. Womack, Maggie B. Hudson, Josie Downs, Celia Eaton, Hattie V. Allen, Leontine Osborne, Willia D. Kelly, and Mabel Daniel.
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Longview Negro High School 1932 - 1946. Leslie J. White was appointed principal from 1930 - 1945. The following teachers served: Maggie B. Hudson, Myrtle Wixx, Willia D. Kelly, Lonah L. Pittman, Gregory Sanders, Mr. Champion, Rowena Brown,  Alice Burleson, Lloyd Walker, Irwin Rutledge, J. L. Everhart, Mildred Reid, Varrie Johnson, Mignon Lilly, Irene Gentry, Geneva Mayo, Hazel Balthazar, Eloise Duke, Florence Vaughn, Alice Marie Mays, Frankye Fleming, Constance Fleming Gardner, Ida Mae Baudreaux, Golden Towels and Marion Tillis.
Longview Negro High School & Mary C. Womack High School
Longview Negro High School & Mary C. Womack High School
Mary C. Womack High School 1945 - 1970
J. L. Everhart served as principal of Longview Colored/Womack High School from 1945 -1970. The following teachers served during this period: F. Delois Allen, James P. Allen, Shirley Anderson, Clarence Bailey, George Bates, Ruth Birdsong, Eula B. Bolton, Patrick Bolton, Eddie Jean Boykins, Martha Boyd, Jacob Bridges, Minnie Bridges, Mary Brown, Clemmie Calloway, Earline Christian, Clyde Cobbs, George Faye Coss, Delois Crain, Silas Cullins, Bennie Dade, Leola K. Davis, Mildred Davis, Bobbie Dearion, Harry Dixon, Earl Drayden, Barbara Edwards, Ida M. Eusan, Odel Everhart, Franke Fleming, Selton Gee Nelson, Betty Glazier, Cordelia Grant, Jean Gray, Willie Mae Groggs, Thelmon R. Hill, Ida M. Hudson, Maggie B. Hudson, Horace Ingram, Meadowlark Jackson, James E. Johnson, Muriel Jones, Leola Lee, James L. Lewis, Naomi Long, Otis Loyd, Loyce L. Lusk, Bessie Pierce Malone, Frank McDaniel, Georgia McKnight, Geneva Y. Mingo, Vocee Monk, Harriet Moore, Willie Moore, Grayson R. Petty, Frances Ragsdale, George Shankle, Maurice Shavers, Emma Shelton, Clifford E. Stewart, Walter Sutton, Arthur Marie Taylor, Golden Tarver, Carletta Thompson, Dana Tigner, Marion Tillis, Gloria Tippett, Florence Vaughn, Carmen Washington, Ruth Whitaker, Malachi Wiggins, Daisylyn Wilson, Effie Wilson, Myrtle Wixx, and Sadie Yates.

Womack Faculty Supplement (1970) Integration from Longview High School
Jane Adams, Ellen Anderson, Janice Canion, Gary Evers, John Fairbanks, Faye Fields, Patrick Gibson, Patricia Gregory, Doris Johnson, Ruth Johnston, Virginia Knapp, Shirley Koger, Jean Langford, Ruby Revill, Myra Roberts, Mary Stainback, Kenneth Stuber, Katie Williams, John Wooley and Nell Wray.
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Shiloh Elementary/High School

The Shiloh School dates back to the years immediately after slavery. Records of the original creation have been misplaced or destroyed. Information obtained from heirs of the original families of the community and students of the school indicate the school was built for colored children of the community.

The following administrators served as Principals of the Shiloh School: Mrs. S. A. Anderson, Mrs. Minnie Freeman, A Mr. Earl, Mr. R. J. Jones, Mr. Willie (Wilbert) Williams, and Mr. D. M. Brown who served  33 years.

Faculty members of the Shiloh School who served through out its history were Mrs. S. A. Anderson, Mrs. Maggie Foster, Mrs. Delphine Franklin Helms, Mr. Wilbur Williams, Mrs. Velma Jones, Mrs. A. M. Brown, Mrs. Jessie Mayfield, Mrs. Grace Jones, Mrs. Prince E. Hooper, Miss. Myrtle Willis, Mrs. Mattie Frost Allen, Mr. Sherman Gay, Mrs. P. L. Stephens Thomas, Mr. James Earl, MRs. Dezell McCaney, Mrs. Beulah Jones, Mrs. Velma McCollough, Mrs. Essie Mae Adams, Mr. Maurice Shavers, Mr. Smith Howard, Mrs. Una McGruff Flemings, Mr. C. R. Walker, Mr. J. Caldwell, Ms. Pearlie M. Christian, Mrs. A. H. Frazier, Mrs. Ruby Arterberry, Mrs. Iren
e Holt, Mrs. Constance Howell, Mrs. Fannie Anderson, Mrs. LeLa Larue Stinson, Mr. Curley Jones, and Mrs. Narcussus McCray.

In 1949 the high school closed leaving Shiloh's doors open only for elementary students. High school students were bused to Weldon High School in Gladewater, Texas.

Because of school desegregation, Shiloh School closed it's doors for the last time in 1966 to integrate the White Oak Independent School District

Southside Elementary School  1936 - 1978
L. H. Walker, Principal
Former Staff

Melvin K. Alexander*, George Ella Allen*, Carmenia Anderson, Mabel Benton*, Eula B. Bolton, Wilma Bryant, J. D. Brown*, Gwendolyn Cooksey*, Erma Shaw Coit, Quintell Cooper*, Earnestine Christian, Idean Dade*, I. L. Day*, Earl Drayden*, J. Frannye Flemings, Jean Gates, Loretta Goree, Lonnie B. Harris, Goldest Hawkins*, Dalphane Helms*, Gussie Holmes, Varie Hurd, Nelderine Johnson, Lula Johnson, Thelma Lockett, Ellis McCarver*, Pearline Mitchell, Tessie Morrow*, Era M. Mosley*, Venora Oliver, Audrea Pittman*, Edna Redmon,* Gus Reese, Jr., Mary Shankle, Narva Snoddy, Marian Tillis*, Emma Turner, Fannie M. Willis*, Lizzie Willis, John Willis*, Helen Wright*, Willie Wilson*, Myrtle Willis*, Lib.; Annie Mallory, Secy, Frances Jackson, Secy, Shirley Snoddy*, Secy, Savalle Brazzle.

Galilee High School, Hallsville Independent School District.  1965

Lenora S. Edwards, Elementary Principal; Oliver W. Timberlake, High School Principal. Teachers were: Cremella Allen, Dave L. Allen, M. T. Wallace, V. L. Board, M. B. Kirk, S. M. Rosborough, D. L. Woodson, Roosevelt Crosby, W. E. Cooper, Alice J. Fields-Lilly, Gracie Davenport, L. M. Moon, Dorothy Thompson, W. B. Edwards, J. P. Pace, Rubye Williams, Verda L. Duncan-Jones, Maudie Scott, E. M. Bush,

Rosenwald Schools In Gregg County, Texas

Camp Switch, 1930-31, two teachers
Elderville, 1927-28, five teachers
Gladewater #1, 1922-23, one teacher
Greenville, no data
Fredonia, 1930-31, three teachers
Longview, 1922-23, one teacher, library
Longview, 1930-31, ten teachers
Mt. Pisgah, 1930-31, two teachers
North Chapel, 1923-24, two teachers
Pine Hill, 1929-30, two teachers
Pleasant Hill, 1927-28, two teachers
Post Oak, 1923-24, two teachers
Rollins #1, 1920-21, three teachers
Rollins#2, 1924-25, three teachers
Sabine Valley, 1929-30, two teachers
Shiloh, 1920-21, two teachers
West Point, 1929-30, two teachers
Willow Springs, 1924-25, one teacher

1894 - Weldon - 1969

Weldon evolved from schools in three counties - Gregg, Smith and Upshur Counties. In the original district, then called Valley Home School District, there were two schools which served as a nucleus for Weldon. They were 'Town School" and "Holly Springs". Over the years all or part of Red Rock, Prairie Creek, Evergreen, Joy, Pritchett and Stgarrville districts were consolidated to form the Gladewater County Line Independent School District.

Teachers  who worked at early schools were: Lydia D. Walker Currie, Lucille Gray, Susan Watson, India Brooks, Safronia Anderson, Kitty Ladd, Lela LaRue Joseph C. Hilburn, Jim A. Fortson, Allie Mae Stokley-Harnage, M.N. Briggs, Lucius Evens Pinkston, Tommie Webb, Clem Jackson, Anna Lampkins, Mary Pinkston, Leona M. Seals, William Henry Seals, B. L. Perry, J. H. Reagan, M. W. Wells, W. Pinkston, Minnie B. Webb, Mattie V. Alexander, Mabel E. King Ross, Servada Chandler, Rev. L. W. Whitmore, Prof. and Mrs. Hilliard, Susie Foster, Zetha Lee Garland, Gertrude Whitmore, Earl Delly, Ethel Delly, Mr. Spates, Mrs. Jessie, R.S. Mitchell, Mrs. Jones, Mr. Wiggins, Minerva Kennedy, J. P. Kennedy, Alice Kennedy, Mary Luins Mabel Wright, Fannie Ccummings, Hazel Davis Butler, Brooksie Walton Johnson, Reba Francis, Hallie Dean, Mr & Mrs. Pruitt, Mozelle Waters Square, Mrs. Bradley, Hosea Scott, Terrell Butler, Charles Butler, T. A. Webb, M.M. Fadelen, Jessie G. Johnson, Arrilla Phillips, Mattie C. Stevenson, Iola Whitfield, Violet Edwards, Rudolph Phillips,Samuel M. Kirks, Bertha Green, Early Crowe, Sy Simpson, Mr. Hunt, Alac Ingram, Rueben Baker,Rev. Modern J. Walker, Will C. Owens, Lulu P. Cannon, Rev. Walker A. Preston, Tom M. Brown, Isiah H. Lampkins, Bertha Tompkins, Ella Byas, Alice Thompson, Thomas Lockhart, Evalena B. Brown, F. N. Berry, Dora H. Watson, B. K. Knight, Mercedes Smith, Archie Wells, Daisy Wells, Mr. Barrett, Emerson Jackson, Raymond Jones. Mr. I.S. Bagley, Jesse Jefferies, Fred Story, Jim Dansby, Laura Hilburn, J.W.C. Pinkston, J. B. McNeely, Mr. A. Harris, Rev. Grady Brown, Ophelia Donaldson Turner, Pauline Wheeler Williams, Jessie Wells, Dora Wells Fisher, Mrs. Salter, Beulah McClemore, Roy Alexander, E. M. Flowler, Izana  E. Bell, L.B. McCallister, Mr. Briton, Obelia Cheeseborough Bennett. J. Weldon Williams, Bernice Mumford, C.E. Irving Howell, Roberta Walls, Dallas Dudley, Lenora Meachum, Amelia DeMent Mattocks, Lotta D. McGlover Barett

C. B. Dansby High School  Kilgore, Texas
C. B. Dansby High School Kilgore, Texas

Kilgore Colored High School and later named C.B. Dansby High School in Kilgore Independent School District, Kilgore, Texas