Sponsored by Judson ISD proposes $302 million bond election in November The bond package that would upgrade Judson ISD’s schools, athletic facilities, and technology would not require a tax rate increase. by Brooke Crum Latest North East, Edgewood schools to offer free meals to all students in 2021-22 by Brooke Crum SAISD’s Pedro Martinez: Schools ‘caught in the middle’ of state politics with COVID-19 precautions by Brooke Crum Judson ISD pays ransom to get phone, email systems back a month after cyberattack by Brooke Crum Un nuevo programa de aprendizaje de Alamo Colleges con Methodist Hospital facilita carreras en el cuidado de la salud by Polina Protozanova South San ISD students earn money, learn business skills on Lemonade Day by Brooke Crum More news Alamo Colleges apprenticeship program with Methodist Hospital helps launch health care careers An apprenticeship program at Methodist Hospital is providing a pathway to health care jobs for Alamo Colleges students. by Polina Protozanova New charter school to serve San Antonio’s East Side in 2022 Essence Preparatory Charter School reached out to hundreds of parents and children on the East Side to understand their needs. by Brooke Crum SAISD Foundation gives 120 graduating seniors college dorm essentials Recent SAISD graduates heading off to college will now do so with a pile of free dorm essentials to take with them. by Polina Protozanova Commissioners approve $4.75M for student mental health, $3.9M on jail overtime The $4.75 million in additional funding will allow the San Antonio Mobile Mental Wellness Collaborative to serve more Bexar County schools. by Jackie Wang San Antonio Fire Department #HeroLikeHer camps show girls ‘the sky’s the limit’ The San Antonio Fire Department launched the #HeroLikeHer camps in 2019 not only to recruit young women to join the department but also to build their skills. by Brooke Crum New SAISD, TAMU-SA digital help desk aims to become national model The new digital help desk partnership aims to not only provide IT support to students and families, but also job training. by Brooke Crum San Antonio ISD sees ‘disproportionate’ effect of pandemic in student STAAR scores San Antonio ISD plans to start helping students close learning gaps reflected in STAAR scores with a summer program that starts July 19. by Brooke Crum Watch: Educators, students discuss teaching and learning during the pandemic In the second part of the Education Forum series, learn how the education community worked to overcome pandemic challenges. by San Antonio Report Staff San Antonio students’ STAAR scores drop below pre-pandemic levels San Antonio students’ STAAR scores dropped significantly this year, particularly in math. Educators say that’s why students need to be back in class. by Brooke Crum Governor allocates $94.6M in federal pandemic relief funds to help students and colleges Most of the money will be used to help Texas colleges and university expand or add new programs in areas with employment shortages and provide additional aid to students. by Kate McGee, The Texas Tribune Judson ISD confirms ransomware attack, sets up call center The district has set up phone lines to answer questions about summer programs, and a call center to answer other inquiries about the cyberattack will go live Monday. by Brooke Crum SAISD board OKs $487M budget, plus $78M in federal aid funds Parents, teachers, and students urged the San Antonio ISD board to create a stakeholder committee to oversee how the federal relief funds are spent. by Brooke Crum Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.