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With its strong finish at TQBA Winter Roundup, the Beckendorff Junior High School quiz team has earned the right to play on a national stage. On Friday, the team will compete in the 137-team National … more
Katy school trustees Monday approved a design change that will renovate and add to Schmalz Elementary School, 18605 Green Land Way. more
Katy school board candidates expressed their opposition to STAAR testing and support for teacher pay increases Thursday at a forum sponsored by the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce and Raise Your Hand Texas. more
Next month, Houston Community College’s Katy operations will move from its longtime location at 1550 Foxlake Dr. to a new, 24-acre tract of land at 22910 Colonial Pkwy. more
By 2031, the Katy Independent School District expects to have an enrollment between 104,000 and 113,000 students, Superintendent Ken Gregorski said Tuesday. more
Duke Keller, an attorney, is seeking his second term on the Katy Independent School District Board of Trustees, position 1. more
Lance Redmon, who works in building material sales, is seeking his second term on the Katy Independent School District Board of Trustees, position 2. more
Katy school trustees Monday approved Sanée Bell as the new assistant superintendent for teaching and learning. more
Members of the Royal FFA Chapter have been preparing their animals for months to compete at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the largest livestock show in the world. more
In early January, a day before students returned from winter break, Jeremy Glenn, the superintendent of the Granbury Independent School District in North Texas, told a group of librarians he’d summoned to a district meeting room that he needed to speak from his heart. more
For six Katy Independent School District students speaking out against removing certain books from school libraries, it’s a matter of learning by doing. more
Six years ago, Katy ISD police officer Luis Santiago decided to do something special for life skills students in the district. He worked with Build A Bear, the company known for creating customized stuffed bears, to create a bear dressed like a Katy ISD police officer. Santiago distributes those Teddy Cops, as they are called, to students. more
For high school senior Gabrielle Izu, Texas’ public school book bans feel personal. The books Texas is targeting — mainly novels that focus on discussions of race, sexual orientation and gender identity — tell the tale of Izu’s past and future. The 17-year-old high school student is Asian American, Black and Hispanic and bisexual, and she hates to see her identities or her peers’ censored. more
It's neat to repeat. more
In 1954, the City of Houston achieved a milestone. Its population reached one million people. To celebrate, civic boosters chose Barney McCasland, a 36-year-old geologist, as the one millionth Houstonian. He and his family were honored, and civic leaders joked they had to find the next one million residents. It was cause for celebration. more
The saying “industry follows brainpower” takes on significance as the Brookshire and Pattison areas continue to grow. That industry includes career and technical vocations, and the Royal Independent School District offers students many options in those fields, a district official said Tuesday. more
A Katy ISD bus attendant and two students were injured when their school bus was involved in a traffic accident with a METRO bus. The accident occurred at about 7 a.m. Tuesday at Kingsland … more
In September 2020, Bill and Cindy Haskett were returning home from a funeral. They were thinking about their friend, the late long-time Stratford football coach Oscar Cripps, and had noticed how many of his former players came to the service. more
Two Katy school trustees received censures Thursday by not disclosing contact, and misrepresenting contact, with plaintiffs suing the district. Those actions are violations of the district’s ethics policy. more
At first glance, many people think of chicken as something enjoyed at a restaurant. But there’s so much more to chickens and poultry science. Last month, four Taylor High School students attended the International Production and Processing Expo in Atlanta. more
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