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Greenville ISD seeking public input about community continuing education program

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Lindsey Wiley
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Texas A&M University-Commerce

The Greenville PRIDE Center offers classes for adults on vocational and other topics.

The Greenville Independent School District is seeking public input regarding its continuing education offerings. The Greenville ISD PRIDE Center has released an online survey asking for what kind of classes and events people would like to see at the center. The PRIDE acronym stands for “Partnering Resources Investing in Diversified Enrichment.” The PRIDE Center offers courses for want to earn a GED certificate as well as those who are striving to learn English as a second language. Computer classes and parenting classes have also been offered at the center. More information at Greenville ISD.com, under the heading “Departments.”

As reported yesterday evening on KETR, In Greenville, one person has died and another was hurt during a Sunday night house fire. The Greenville Fire-Rescue Department says shortly before 8:30 p.m. Sunday, units were dispatched to a possible residential structure fire at 215 Cedar Crest Street. Officials say firefighters found heavy smoke and a small fire inside the house, along with a 74-year-old man with severe burn injuries. The man died as a result of his injuries. A woman in the house was taken to a local hospital for smoke inhalation injuries. No further information was immediately available and the incident is under investigation by the Greenville Fire Marshal’s office.