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 […]
Mike Arnold, co-founder of Africa Arise, toured Nigeria last year to speak with church and school leaders. Arnold, of Blanco, said he’s been to Nigeria 11 times, including this visit to Camp Abuja last year.
The first Bandera High School students were accepted into the Navy National Defense Cadet Corps, or NNDCC, program in August, a news release about the program said.
Schools, desperate to keep their doors open but worried about health risks to their students, are being put in the uncomfortable position of having to govern young adult behavior that is mostly happening off university property.
Young will continue as a faculty member for the Bush School of Government and Public Service and the Texas A&M School of Law, and take on a new role as the director of the Institute for Religious Liberties and International Affairs.
Coronavirus cases are inevitable as Texas schools reopen. The challenge for administrators will be preventing large-scale outbreaks.
One Central Texas superintendent estimated that up to 7,000 students in his district struggled to access virtual learning, and new iPads are not likely to arrive before October. In South Texas, students share computers, phones and spotty internet with siblings.
The Bandera Independent School District began what it expects will be another successful school year on Aug. 17, with an enrollment of 2,221, down by 49 students from the prior school year, district officials said.
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