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Vacant Glen Rose ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services adINFO
Vacant Quanah ISD; Search By: Education Solutions and Services adINFO
Vacant La Porte ISD; Search by: Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Vacant Trenton ISD - Jeremy Strickland, High School Principal,Trenton ISD; Search by: Trenton ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant Texas City ISD; Search By: Texas City ISD - Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Vacant Region 2 ESC; Search by: O'Hanlon, Demerath & CastilloINFO
Vacant Mullin ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.C. (search suspended)INFO
Vacant Booker ISD; Search by: Educational Solutions and Services, Mike Smith & Letha HopkinsINFO
Vacant Spearman ISD; Search By: Spearman ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant White Deer ISD; Search by: White Deer ISD Board of Trustees & Region 16INFO
Vacant Kingsville ISD; Search conducted by O’Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo with Dr. Abelardo Saavedra and Dr. Daniel KingINFO
Vacant Dilley ISD; Search by: O’Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo in conjunction with Dr. Daniel King and Dr. Abelardo SaavedraINFO
Vacant Executive Director
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; Search By: Dr. Mike MosesINFO
Vacant Edcouch-Elsa ISD; Search by: O’Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo in conjunction with Dr. Daniel King and Dr. Abelardo SaavedraINFO
Vacant Tuloso-Midway ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Denver City ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant La Villa ISD; Search by: O’Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo in conjunction with Dr. Daniel King and Dr. Abelardo SaavedraINFO
Vacant Burkburnett ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant Texarkana ISD; Search by: Thomposon & Horton LLP - Dr. Mike Moses, David Thompson & Dr. Alfred RayINFO
Lone Finalist Randolph Field ISD - Brian Holt, Superintendent,Booker ISD; Search by: Education Solutions and Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Ector ISD - Jennifer Morris, Elementary Principal,Ector ISD; Search by: ECISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Lone Finalist Celina ISD - Dr. Tom Maglisceau, Assistant Superintendent,Rockwall ISD; Search by: Celina ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
Lone Finalist Galena Park ISD - Dr. John C. Moore, Associate Superintendent,Galena Park ISD; Search by DRV Executive Services, Fred Rush & Dale DixonINFO
Lone Finalist Marlin ISD - Dr. Darryl J. Henson, Assistant Superintendent,Cedar Hill ISD; Search by: Educational Solutions and Services, Mike Smith & Letha HopkinsINFO
Lone Finalist Grand Prairie ISD - Linda Ellis, Interim Superintendent,Grand Prairie ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.C.INFO
Lone Finalist Comanche ISD - Daron Worrell, Superintendent,Rocksprings ISD; Search by: Gary Speegle & Comanche ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Lone Finalist South San Antonio ISD - Marc Puig, Superintendent,Beeville ISD; Search by: O'Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo & Moak, Casey & AssociatesINFO
Lone Finalist Wharton ISD - Dr. Michael J. O'Guin, Assistant Superintendent,Hays CISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C. ​with Gary PattersonINFO
Lone Finalist Manor ISD - Dr. Andre Spencer, Executive Superintendent,New York City Dept. Education; Search by: O'Hanlon, Demerath & CastilloINFO
Lone Finalist Ralls ISD - Dr. Nathan Maxwell, Associate Superintendent,Pampa ISD; Search by: Ralls ISD Board of Trustees Assitsted by Region 17 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Holliday ISD - Cody Carroll, Superintendent,Krum ISD; Search by: Holliday ISD & Region 9 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Center ISD - Dr. Brian Morris, Superintendent,Columbus ISD; Search By Jim Largent, Largent Consulting Services, LLCINFO
Lone Finalist Shallowater ISD - Dr. Anita Hebert, Assistant Superintendent,Magnolia ISD; Search by: Region 17 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD - Brent H. Jaco, Chief of Staff and Gov. Affairs,Brazosport ISD; Search by: O'Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo in conjunction with Dr. Abelardo Saavedra and Dr. Daniel King.INFO
Lone Finalist Royal ISD - Richard Kershner, Assistant Superintendent,Splendora; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Brenham ISD - Dr. Taylor Chaplin, Superintendent,Burkburnett ISD; Search by: Karczewski Bradshaw SpaldingINFO
Lone Finalist Skidmore-Tynan ISD - Richard B. Waterhouse, High School Principal,George West ISD; Search by: Doug Arnold & Arte AlmendarezINFO
Lone Finalist Nederland ISD - Dr. Stuart Kieschnick, Assistant Superintendent,Nederland ISD; Search by: Dr. Danny Lovett, Dr, Byron Terrier, Marianne Kondo, Region 5 ESCINFO
New Super Gregory-Portland ISD - Michelle M. Cavazos, Chief Academic Officer,Austin ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C. ​with Gary PattersonINFO
New Super Beeville ISD - Travis Fanning, Assistant Superintendent,Cypress-Fairbanks ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C. ​with Gary PattersonINFO
New Super Pilot Point ISD - Todd Southard, High School Principal,Pilot Point ISD; Search by: Abernathy, Roeder, Boyd & Hullett PCINFO
New Super Colmesneil ISD - Eldon Franco, Superintendent,Cherokee ISD; Search by: Wells, Peyton, Greenberg & Hunt LLPINFO
New Super Region 7 ESC Executive Director; Search By: Thompson & Horton , LLP - David Thompson and Dr. Mike MosesINFO
New Super Jasper ISD - James Seybold, Director of Operaitons,Jasper ISD; Search by: Region 5 ESC adINFO
New Super West Sabine ISD - Cristal Joslin, Director of Federal Programs,Jasper ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services adINFO
New Super Lake Travis ISD - Paul Norton, Superintendent,Texarkana ISD; Search By: Lake Travis ISD - Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
New Super Montgomery ISD - Dr. Heath Morrison, Superintendent,Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools North Carolina; Search by: Thomposon & Horton LLP - Dr. Mike Moses & David ThompsonINFO
New Super Winnsboro ISD - Dave Wilcox, Assistant Superintendent,Atlanta ISD; Search by: Hardy Cook & Hardy, P.C. adINFO

Texarkana:  Search for new superintendent in east Texas underway

August 0708:41 AM
 

TEXARKANA, Texas (KTAL/KMSS) – The Texarkana Independent School District has begun their search for a new superintendent following the resignation of Paul Norton.  Norton was appointed as Superintendent of Schools at Lake Travis ISD on July 8.  During a recent board meeting, trustees unanimously voted to approve Thomas & Horton, LLP as the third-party firm to lead the search for the district’s new superintendent. The firm has 20 years of experience with superintendent searches. view article  arw

Alumna’s passion for education leads her to new role as superintendent - Stephanie Elizalde ’86, M.E. ’95

August 0708:41 AM
 

AUGUST 7, 2020 —When Stephanie Elizalde ’86, M.E. ’95 searched the classifieds in the San Antonio Express-News in 1987 she was in search of a job to have while she prepared to take the MCAT.  Elizalde had just graduated the previous year with her bachelor of science in biology from UTSA, but she strived to go to medical school, so she took a year off.  Little did Elizalde know that as she searched through the newspaper for a part-time job she’d find her true passion—education. view article  arw

El Paso ISD considering school renovation bond for upcoming election

August 0708:40 AM
 

EL PASO, Texas (CBS4) — El Paso taxpayers could be looking to pay millions in school renovations in a proposed 2020 El Paso Independent School District bond in November.  “It would be tone deaf of me to ask people for money during a time when money is scarce,” El Paso Board of Trustee member Freddy Khlayel-Avalos said.  He said he’s gotten an overwhelmingly negative response to the 2020 bond proposal.  “When I heard about the bond, I was surprised we were going to ask for more money when we hadn’t finished the 2016 bond projects,” Khlayel-Avalos said.

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Amarillo ISD teacher receives nation’s highest honor for math and science educators

August 0708:40 AM
 

AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT)— An Amarillo Independent School District physics teacher received the nation’s highest recognition for mathematics and science teachers.  Kay Fincher received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). She was a finalist for the same award in 2017.  Fincher is one of only two teachers in the state of Texas to receive this award. view article  arw

Texarkana, Texas ISD starts superintendent search

August 0708:40 AM
 

TEXARKANA, Texas - The Texarkana Independent School District has begun its search for a new superintendent following the resignation of Paul Norton who was appointed as superintendent at Lake Travis ISD on July 8. During the Board of Trustees meeting held on July 21, trustees unanimously voted to approve Thomas & Horton, LLP as the third-party firm to lead the search for the district’s new superintendent.  During the meeting, David Thompson and Mike Moses, the former Texas education commissioner, outlined how they would work for the TISD Board of Trustees to recruit a chief executive with a proven track record of success and one that would fit into the Tiger Family culture. view article  arw

Texarkana, Texas ISD starts superintendent search

August 0708:40 AM
 

TEXARKANA, Texas - The Texarkana Independent School District has begun its search for a new superintendent following the resignation of Paul Norton who was appointed as superintendent at Lake Travis ISD on July 8.  During the Board of Trustees meeting held on July 21, trustees unanimously voted to approve Thomas & Horton, LLP as the third-party firm to lead the search for the district’s new superintendent.  During the meeting, David Thompson and Mike Moses, the former Texas education commissioner, outlined how they would work for the TISD Board of Trustees to recruit a chief executive with a proven track record of success and one that would fit into the Tiger Family culture. view article  arw

Lessons from the pandemic’s education pod parents

August 0708:40 AM
 

It was only a few weeks ago that we began hearing about “pandemic pods” or “microschools” — which essentially are groups of students whose parents have paid for professional instruction because of the chaos the covid-19 crisis has wrought on America’s schools. And now they are all over the education news.  Some say these pods are a decent solution to a real-time problem, while others have say the pods will only fuel the inequity already baked into our educational system because only people with money can participate. view article  arw

With school reopening, Gov. Greg Abbott sets off another debate over whether local or state officials are in control

August 0708:40 AM
 

Abbott’s decision to curb the role of local health authorities in school reopening decisions has added to the ongoing conflict between him and local governments during the pandemic, with mayors and judges voicing frustration over having their hands tied by the state’s response.  Last week, Gov. Greg Abbott moved to block local health authorities from shutting down classrooms before the school year has started. Since then, he has repeatedly said he is trusting local school leaders to decide whether and how to bring students back to classrooms this fall.  Those actions have left local officials confused about the limitations of their authority as the debate over reopening schools in the state continues. Abbott’s decision to curb the role of local health authorities has added to the ongoing conflict between the governor and local governments during the pandemic, with mayors and judges across the state voicing frustration over having their hands tied by the state’s response. view article  arw

Recap of CISD Live Update August 6; First Day of School is Fast Approaching

August 0708:30 AM
 

THE WOODLANDS, TX – “Our primary goals have not changed, protect our community and protect the school year,” said Conroe Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Curtis Null in his live update August 6. The update was streamed on CISD’s YouTube channel and can be watched in full, here. view article  arw

The Training Schools Have Been Asking For – The Fundamental 5 and Remote Instruction

August 0708:30 AM
 

Late August and September Dates Now Available!  The post The Training Schools Have Been Asking For – The Fundamental 5 and Remote Instruction appeared first on Lead Your School. view article  arw

Students at school touted by Pence for reopening must quarantine due to COVID-19

August 0708:30 AM
 

Fourth graders at a school in North Carolina have been asked to quarantine for 14 days after a student there tested positive for COVID-19.The school, a Thales Academy in Wake Forest, said it was notified on Monday that the student became infected after having contact with an infected family member. view article  arw

Can N.Y.C. Reopen Schools? The Whole Country Is Watching

August 0708:30 AM
 

With about a month to go before New York City schools are scheduled to reopen, the city is confronting a torrent of logistical issues and political problems that could upend Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ambition to make New York one of the few major districts in the country to bring students back into classrooms this fall. view article  arw

San Antonio Virtual Town Hall Discusses Possible School Reopening Plans, Concerns

August 0708:30 AM
 

The City of San Antonio held a virtual town hall Wednesday evening to discuss reopening schools with Bexar County Health Authority Dr. Junda Woo and other members of San Antonio Metro Health’s school reopening committee, including Northside Superintendent Brian Woods and San Antonio ISD Superintendent Pedro Martinez. view article  arw

Richardson ISD welcomes 300 teachers for new school year amid coronavirus pandemic

August 0708:30 AM
 

RICHARDSON, Texas - Richardson ISD is getting ready for the first day of school by welcoming 300 new teachers this year. The district is set to start school Aug. 19 with three weeks of virtual instruction and transition to in-person classes after Labor Day. Some teachers just graduated this year and finished out their degrees online because of the pandemic. So many of them are already used to online learning. They’re hoping to use those skills to welcome students back to the classroom this fall. view article  arw

Masks, meals and more: 5 things to know before returning to Richardson ISD this fall

August 0708:30 AM
 

Richardson ISD is slated to begin school virtually for all students Aug. 19. Students opting for face-to-face school will have their first day on campus Sept. 8. Families have until Aug. 6 to make their final decision for virtual or in-person school by responding to an email sent by the district. view article  arw

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What You Didn’t Learn in Graduate School- Legal Issues for Returning Students to School During Year 2 of a Pandemic: A 60 Minute, Live Legal Seminar with SL&A

Date: August 13, 2020
Time: 10 am- 11 am
Cost: $75.00

As school districts return to a second year of pandemic instruction, issues thought to be temporary have turned out to be of longer duration.

Join attorneys Sara Leon and Hans Graff for a 60 minute, live seminar as they discuss legal issues relevant to administrators and school personnel attempting to navigate this challenging environment and answer frequently asked questions such as:

Copyright:  How to provide instructional materials and avoid liability for copyright violations.
Student Discipline:  How does the Code of Student Conduct apply to misconduct in a virtual classroom?
HIPAA:  What privacy rules apply to student medical information during a pandemic, what information can be shared and with whom?
STUDENT SAFETY: How to respond to violations of COVID-19 preventive measures?  How should educators respond to indications of neglect/abuse, mental health or illegal activity they may see in a student’s home during remote instruction?
FERPA:  What does FERPA cover and do I violate it if a family member or sibling sees other children during remote instruction?
SPECIAL EDUCATION: What are the district’s obligations related to Special Education timelines, evaluations and/or ARD meetings and documentation during remote instruction? How must the district handle medically fragile students and compensatory obligations resulting from COVID-19 issues?

These and other issues will be covered during the seminar, followed by a brief question and answer period for the participants.

Eichelbaum Wardell Hansen Powell & Muñoz, P.C.

Staff Development for Reopening 2020: The Must, May, and Can (For Now)

45-Minute Webcast


On July 7, 2020, the Texas Education Agency released their guidance and requirements for school reopening in the 2020-21 school year. TEA has stated that school personnel must be trained on the specific requirements of that guidance, in addition to their local procedures. This 45-minute recorded webinar provides the required in-depth training on TEA’s guidance, and it can be viewed on demand for all faculty and staff of the district.


Topics:

  • On campus virtual instruction
  • Administrative activities by teachers, staff, or students that occur on school campuses or virtually
  • Non-UIL extracurricular activities
  • Any other activities that cannot be accomplished virtually
  • Visits by parents and the general public
  • TEA’s four categories of planning and preparation:Providing Notice
  1. Preventing COVID-19’s Spread
  2. District Response to Positive Cases
  3. Mitigation Practices to Reduce Likely Spread


Note: The requirements for the opening of the 2020-21 school year are different than the summer school requirements you are currently following. This training is only to be used for purposes of reopening and not for summer school hires. Districts who purchased the summer school webinar cannot use it for reopening because the rules have changed. 


Due to these videos being distinct trainings with distinct rules, they are being sold separately. Should TEA revise or update their rules before the reopening, purchasers will be entitled to a free updated version of this video. 

 

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Hardin-Jefferson to provide free neck gaiter to all students

August 0708:30 AM
 

Students at Hardin-Jefferson ISD in Sour Lake will start the school year on Aug. 12 with a free neck gaiter, a type of face covering that is meant to protect students from the coronavirus. The gaiters will feature the district's HJ logo. “Not only will it signify unity, but together we can help stop the spread of COVID-19,” district spokeswoman Mandy Fortenberry told The Enterprise. “Our community has really been through so much and we want our kids to return to some normalcy in the safest way possible.” view article  arw

Tech trash to learning treasure: Galveston couple gives away laptops to students

August 0708:30 AM
 

A couple in Galveston is turning tech trash into learning treasure, refurbishing old laptops then giving them away to students for free.  view article  arw

Odessa hospital praise ECISD initiatives

August 0708:30 AM
 

Medical Center Health System CEO and President Russell Tippin said Wednesday that ECISD Scott Muri has done a good job of listening to teachers, families and students about returning to in-person school. view article  arw

Dallas ISD Spending $20 Million To Provide Students With Devices For Virtual Learning

August 0708:30 AM
 

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas ISD has invested $20 million in order to provide students with devices for virtual learning as it approaches the start of the new school year on Sept. 8.

Nederland community responds to Kieschnick’s promotion to superintendent

August 0708:30 AM
 

NEDERLAND — The reaction has been largely positive in greater Nederland following the school board’s decision to name Dr. Stuart Kieschnick superintendent of schools for the Nederland Independent School District.  Those in support of Kieschnick see his long reign in Nederland ISD as an asset. As a graduate of NHS, he has served as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, principal and assistant principal over the last 21 years. view article  arw

Tyler ISD Board of Trustees approve new names for both high schools

August 0708:25 AM
 

The Tyler ISD Board of Trustees approved the new names of both flagship high schools during a Board Workshop Thursday, August 6. After considering community recommendations and names submitted to Superintendent Dr. Marty Crawford by a focus group from each high school, Trustees took action to accept Tyler High School to replace the name of John Tyler High School and Tyler Legacy High School to replace the name of Robert E. Lee High School. Both high school mascots and school colors will remain the same. view article  arw

Two siblings from Edna ISD test positive for COVID-19

August 0708:25 AM
 

EDNA, Texas – Edna Independent School District Superintendent Robert O’Connor said two students, who are related, have tested positive for COVID-19.  O’Connor said the siblings were only on campus Friday, July 31 and both wore masks. Their symptoms have subsided since and the siblings won’t return until the 14 day quarantine period has passed, said the superintendent. view article  arw

Here are the latest COVID-19 updates, closures and postponements in Central Texas for Friday, Aug. 7.

August 0708:25 AM
 

KVUE is keeping you updated with the latest coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, news in the Austin area.Scroll down for the top headlines and latest updates in KVUE's Aug. 7 live blog.  COVID-19 numbers: Texas: More than 460,000 cases have been reported in the state, and more than 7,800 people in Texas have died, according to the Texas Department of view article  arw

Clear Creek ISD changing education model during pandemic

August 0708:25 AM
 

Clear Creek ISD administrators are working to provide in-depth education to the district’s 42,000 students while following health and safety restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.  The district’s first official day of school is Aug. 24. Brick-and-mortar learners will start using the district’s School-to-Home model, switching to in-person instruction in phases from Aug. 31 to Sept. 8. Families not yet comfortable with brick-and-mortar education can send their children to school online through the district’s new Clear Connections platform. Clear Connections students begin Aug. 24. view article  arw

McAllen ISD details fall online learning curriculum

August 0708:25 AM
 

McALLEN — If the tail end of the 2019-20 school year was a dress rehearsal for virtual instruction at Texas school districts, the curtains on the debut of the actual performance are set to rise at the end of the month.  At least that’s how McAllen ISD’s remote learning plan for the upcoming school year, which begins Aug. 24, makes the situation seem; comparing the new requirements expected from district students this fall to the ad hoc state standards implemented at the end of the spring semester. view article  arw

Phased-in opening to take a little longer

August 0708:25 AM
 

Ector County ISD is starting school Wednesday, but the first phase of the restart will be longer than originally planned due to the prevalence of COVID-19 cases in the community.  “Right now as we shared really throughout the summer, the start of school is completely dependent upon the medical situation, really the health and wellness of our community,” Superintendent Scott Muri said in a media call Wednesday. “Three data points caused us some concern and therefore we’ve had to extend the phase-in period.” view article  arw

Sunray ISD gearing up for in-person classes starting Thursday, Aug. 13

August 0708:25 AM
 

SUNRAY, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Students in Sunray ISD will head back to school on Thursday, Aug. 13, most of them signing up for in-person classes.  As they gear up to go back, the district is taking some COVID-19 precautions, as well as providing school supplies for students.  Sunray ISD Superintendent Marshall Harrison said the district will follow Governor Greg Abbott’s mask order. view article  arw

PG Has 5 Staff Members Test Positive For Covid-19

August 0708:25 AM
 

The Pleasant Grove Independent School District says 5 staff members have tested positive for the Coronavirus, and others who have been exposed.  The details are in a letter to the student’s Parents and Guardians written by Superintendent Chad Pirtle and posted on the school district’s website. view article  arw

Analysis: Opening Texas schools is 2020’s top election issue

August 0708:25 AM
 

During a pandemic, an economic recession and public protests against racial injustice and police violence, it's hard to say what Texas voters will be thinking about in this year's election. Here's a candidate: Reopening schools.  In some districts, like Collin County’s Celina ISD, high school football players have already reported for the annual agony of August two-a-day workouts. Classes there and in some other districts start in a couple of weeks. Like other districts, they’ve tried to adjust to the pandemic. Parents can opt for virtual instruction if they’d rather not have their kids in schoolhouses. (Not every class will be offered virtually. One listed exception on Celina ISD’s website is welding, which ought to be a relief to the fire department.) view article  arw

Alief ISD students become first in Houston area to log in to new school year

August 0708:25 AM
 

The first-period bell did not ring at 7:20 a.m. on the first day of school at Alief ISD’s Hastings High School. Nor did it for second period, or the third.  There were no students for Principal Lynette Miller to greet at the bus ramp, no stragglers to usher into classrooms. It was just her, two secretaries, a registrar and the silence.  “You could almost hear the building sort of settle, and the creaks and cracks that happen, while school was going on,” Miller said. view article  arw

Adapting CTE programs to remote environments could expand access beyond COVID-19

August 0708:25 AM
 

Though teaching career and technical education courses online or in a hybrid setting is challenging, adapting to this new reality may have long-term benefits for CTE students, according to EdTech: Focus on K-12. Transitioning hands-on lessons online will make CTE more flexible and accessible for students, allowing them to access lessons anytime and anywhere with a WiFi connection. It also teaches students 21st century digital skills needed for a mobile workforce, and is a cost-effective option for cash-strapped districts. view article  arw

V.I.S.D. School Board explained its plans for the 2020-2021 property tax rate

August 0708:25 AM
 

VICTORIA, Texas– Victoria I.S.D. discussed property tax rate for the 2020 and 2021 school year at the school board meeting. Inside the V.I.S.D. School Board meeting, they explained the proposed property tax rates for 2020 and 2021. view article  arw

Masks now required for pre-K through 12th in Marble Falls schools

August 0708:25 AM
 

Students in pre-kindergarten through high school must wear face coverings while in school buildings or on buses, according to the Marble Falls Independent School District’s newly released Safe Start to School Plan. On Aug. 3, MFISD officials unveiled safety guidelines for in-person learning with a strong emphasis on protecting the health of students and staff by slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. view article  arw

School district rolls out mental health program

August 0708:25 AM
 

LAREDO, Tex. (KGNS) - Laredo ISD rolls out their mental health program. view article  arw

Houston-area school districts hand out devices, supplies to help families in need ahead of school year

August 0708:25 AM
 

HOUSTON – Two Houston-area school districts handed out school supplies, laptops and hotspots to students in need Wednesday ahead of the start of the 2020-21 school year. The Alief Independent School District will be the first Houston-area school district to begin its new school year with online learning Thursday. With school around the corner, parents in the Aldine School Independent School District got some much-needed help Wednesday. view article  arw