Understanding the Choices and Guidelines for Finding a PreK My kids are in elementary and high school, and it seems like a lifetime ago when they started their first day of Pre-K. As I think back on that time, I recall it as being one of our family’s most stressful times. I had NO IDEA […]
Visit the Go Public virtual art gallery featuring high school student artists from area high schools.
Children’s Book Week celebrated in public schools.
Welcome to Your Library! In honor of National Library Week and this year’s “Welcome to Your Library” theme, we’re shining a spotlight on our public school librarians! We’re showcasing what traditional public schools provide through their libraries and certified librarians. Click here to Learn More About School Library Services Check out how some of our […]
CELEBRATING HISPANIC HERITAGE AND DIVERSITY We celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month this year from September 15th to October 15th. The month honors anniversaries of independence for Latin American countries of Mexico, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. (Library of Congress) During this month we focus on the contributions Hispanic Americans have made to […]
ART IN EDUCATION We celebrated National Arts in Education Week on September 13th-19th this year. During this week we honored fine arts education in public schools. Since 2010, when Congress designated this nationally recognized week, we celebrate the importance of including fine arts programs as a crucial part of a whole education. The 2010 resolution states, “Arts […]
Alamo Heights ISD teacher Lisa Barry of Woodridge Elementary School spearheaded a classroom project to collect 6 million pennies to represent the number of lives lost during the Holocaust. Her students became involved in this project which then turned into a fundraiser for schools across Alamo Heights ISD. So far, they have collected over 100,000 […]