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Katy ISD has appointed David Paz, the former principal at Haskett Junior High, as Paetow High principal. more
In a surprise, last-minute move, Katy ISD Position 5 Trustee Greg Schulte withdrew as a candidate to the school board. more
Education briefs for March 2, 2023 more
Former Katy ISD educators Steve and Elaine Robertson were joined by the Robertson “Bulldog” Family during the Feb. 21 official dedication ceremony of the district’s newest elementary school. During the ceremony, the school community enjoyed performances from the Bulldog Choir, presentations from elected officials, and heard heartfelt remarks from district leadership and the Robertsons. more
Houston-based Baker Katz, a full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm specializing in retail tenant representation, investment sales, and project development and leasing, announced the firm has executed four real estate leases to serve the Katy and Fulshear communities. more
The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Project Lifesaver Program teamed up with the Harris County Sheriff’s office to conduct Project Lifesaver training for the Katy Police Department. This initiative comes after the Fort Bend and Harris county sheriff’s departments conducted training for the Katy ISD Police Department to become a search team. more
The 17th annual Katy Home & Garden Show and Barndo Expo will be March 25-26 at the Katy ISD’s Gerald D. Young Agriculture Services Center, 5801 Katy Hockley Cutoff Road. more
Community briefs for March 2, 2023. more
Police briefs for March 2, 2023. more
Alejandro Avendano, a Katy ISD parent and volunteer, was announced as chairperson for the district’s Community Bond Advisory Committee at the Feb. 27 Katy school trustees meeting. more
Area voters will have plenty of choices to make in the upcoming May 6 general election. Here is an overview of who has filed for what office in Katy, Brookshire and Pattison. more
The Katy City Council Feb. 27 approved the purchase of software that enables the police department’s drone program to broadcast a live video feed to police and other emergency management personnel, and improve safety of officers, first responders and the public. more
To hear Dawoud Rivas, a ninth-grade English teacher Paetow High, tell it, Katy ISD is known for its athletic programs. But as Paetow’s chess sponsor, he and his team—and their peers around the district—are making moves of their own more
Education briefs for Feb. 23, 2023. more
Community briefs for Feb. 23, 2023. more
With Katy’s population continuing to grow, officials from local colleges are developing and promoting plans for students to “start in Katy and finish in Katy” as they pursue their higher education goals. more
GEICO announced that its Katy office will serve as its headquarters for its small business insurance operations. more
The Coastal Prairie Conservancy continues to partner with local farmers and ranchers on land conservation and stewardship as local urban development continues, two conservancy volunteers said. more
Cowboys and cowgirls come in all forms. And if they have special needs, there’s a place for them at the Katy FFA Livestock Show. more
The annual Katy Rodeo Parade, held Feb. 18, featured the usual assortment of bands, dignitaries and sponsors. But it also featured a rider who took an unusual path to the festivities. more
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