There has been COVID-19 positivity affecting two area school districts this week, including Utopia and Uvalde, with each district enacting different containment protocols.
Parents and guardians of school-age children up to age 18 will be glad to know that starting Monday, Oct. 19, Kerrville ISD Child Nutrition is providing free meals to all students through the end of December.
Full reform of the state funding system for special education is necessary, but given the current “financial and societal climate” alternatives to that overall goal may be necessary.
As more students return to classrooms, school districts need teachers to show up as well. But many are reluctant, arguing that not enough is being done to keep faculty and students safe.
As more students return to school in person, some school districts are having to trim back programs that deployed buses as hot spots in neighborhoods for students with little or no internet access.
District still looks for ways to balance resources, safety while looking at ways to help alleviate the heavy workloads of teachers.
Today is World Teachers’ Day, a day set aside to acknowledge and appreciate the role teachers play in providing quality education at all levels. In Texas, one teacher is being singled out for going above and beyond.
By Bandera Bulletin staff, October 5, 2020 Medina Homeschoolers members share a light moment during their meeting at the Medina Community Library on Thursday, Sept. 24. The group was put together to provide support for families who are homeschooling their children in the Medina area, a number which was expected to grow this year, said […]
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