A week-long festival, colorful decorations, and tons of mouth-watering Mexican delicacies- that’s right, Fiesta is here. From April 14th- April 24th, Fiesta will be held downtown along the San Antonio River Walk. This year also marks the 125th anniversary of the Battle of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto. Some of the festivities include parades filled with music, the coronation of the Queen, the famous Oyster Bake, and many more.
Returning back to school after a holiday or winter break can sometimes prove to be difficult for students, whether it’s one day or two weeks. After returning back to school, some students may feel unprepared; seemingly forgetting everything they learned during the first semester. This mentality is sometimes referred to as “semester amnesia”.
Many students at school will tell you all sorts of notions about tardies and absences like, how they can affect you, what they mean, and if they matter. Attendance, if neglected, can cause problems for a student's high school career. Students put credits, graduation, and even college on the line, when their attendance has too many tardies/absences.
This year’s freshmen will be the second class to follow an endorsement path as a result of House Bill 5. With graduation requirements that follow an interest track, students along with their counselors are mapping out their high school careers in advance by completing an IGP.