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South San Student Athletes Speed Ahead

South San Student Athletes

It’s more than just running – it’s about teamwork, discipline, and reaching new goals. Whether a sprinter or long-distance runner, there’s a place for students on high school track teams. These South San Antonio High School students are ready to take on the season! #PublicSchoolsProvide a variety of athletics programs to meet the interests of […]

Alief 6th Graders Learn Life Skills

Alief ISD 6th graders learn career skills from simulated town.

Each year, all Alief ISD 6th grade students attend JABizTown, where learning leaps off the pages and into the real world. BizTown combines in-class learning with a day-long visit.  In this simulated town, students have the opportunity to run businesses, write checks, manage a restaurant, and even vote for the mayor. What a great day […]

Dickinson ISD’s Seussical Steals the Stage

Dickinson ISD Seussical

Gator students filled the seats at Dickinson ISD’s High School to see the theatre department’s performance of Seussical. Talented K-12 students lit up the stage, showcasing their boundless creativity and love for the arts. These snapshots capture the magic of musical theater in action! Congratulations to the students who participated, the production team, technical crew, […]

Royal ISD Celebrates School Counseling Week

Royal ISD's 'Marvelous' Ms. Murray is featured with her fully decorated door.

The first full week of February is complete, and with that National School Counseling Week is over until next year. However, our support for the immensely talented support staff in our districts will continue. This year’s theme was “School Counseling: Standards-Based, Student-Focused.” One team we want to highlight is Royal ISD’s counseling department. The ‘Marvelous’ […]

Brazosport ISD Constructs CO2 Cars

Brazosport ISD Construction Students build CO2 Cars

Construction students at Brazosport ISD put their skills to the test in a car race! First, they drew up designs for hand-built Carbon Dioxide-powered cars. Then, they built and painted their blueprint creations. Finally, students brought their ideas to life and let them speed through the halls. Impressive craftsmanship in action! Exporter students will see […]

Harlandale ISD CTE Marketing Expo

Student practices career skills at Harlandale ISD CTE Marketing Expo

Harlandale ISD hosted a two-day CTE Marketing Expo focused on providing hands on experience to current CTE (Career and Technical Education) students and staff. The event at McCollum High School featured representatives from more than a dozen industries like architects, lawyers and IT experts. Students learned about exciting career paths, networked with potential employers and […]

Harlandale ISD Special Olympics Success

Harlandale ISD Special Education Students Participate in Special Olympics

Gratitude to the Harlandale ISD Special Education Department for fostering inclusivity through a spirited Special Olympics flag football game, uniting middle school students in friendly competition. Kudos to the team for creating enriching school experiences! Students from each of the district’s middle schools were able to participate in the spirit of friendly competition! The Special Olympics […]

NISD Hosts Anchorman Chancellor

NISD student speaks with News4SA reporter

Just before School Lunch Week (Oct.9-Oct.13), Northside ISD Child Nutrition Services and Carnahan Elementary School hosted News4 anchorman David Chancellor for a story on the history of school meals. For context, school meals were put into law by Congress with the National School Lunch Act in 1946. That mirrored what civic and social organizations were […]

North East ISD Honors Custodians

NEISD Woodstone Custodian Potter holding theNEISDWay sign

On October 2nd, NEISD celebrated its Custodial staff by highlighting their service and providing extra hands on deck. At Woodstone Elementary, a longtime employee of the school was honored. Head Custodian Robert Potter was interviewed for his reflections on keeping the school clean for over 20 years. On that, he had to say “I am […]

Judson ISD JROTC Volunteers at Animal Shelter

Judson JROTC student Volunteers at Animal Shelter

Judson ISD’s Judson High School sent its JROTC members to the Converse Animal Shelter. These students volunteered their morning to help clean shelters, move mulch for dog runs, and walk dogs. The shelter is across the street from the school, a Non-profit, No-kill Animal Shelter Since open since 1982. This is not the only event […]

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