Karina Correa | staff writer Just like Metro Health, the campus is relying on contract tracing to stop the spread of COVID on campus. Contract tracing is the process that starts once a case has been ident...
by Kenneth Rosa | staff writer Districts across the state are seeing a record number of students failing in more than one class both virtually and on campus. “We pulled a report about a week ago that sh...
NEISD is now offering free Covid-19 testing to students and staff Piper-Bass student memorial center.
TEA releases guidelines allowing districts to make students not succeeding in virtual learning return to in-person instruction
The TEA is creating new guidelines to allow districts to make students who are failing three or more classes or have too many absences to stop virtual learning and come back to school in-person.
Every high-school student is familiar with the workload of academic responsibilities that are expected to be met with a certain word count or due date. But for the students who are juggling a job during the day and various assignments from their classes, work becomes just another task on their checklist interfering with their school life.
Cafeteria worker prepare enchiladas for student lunches. by Kenneth Rosa | staff writer While schools have made choices to limit some services or student access, the USDA is continuing to implement the ...
As more students begin to return back to campus for in-school learning, classrooms have also started to go back to their traditional functions despite a few changes to enforce social distancing protocols.
Student athletes and their teams have begun to adapt to the current health crisis with the help of technology.
As Spanish teacher Kristie Vick starts her zoom class, she begins to put students into break out rooms, and she thinks back to the interactive classroom she had pre-pandemic and brainstorms new ways to still make this a great year.