Citing a decline in the number of migrants passing through San Antonio, city officials announced the migrant resource center will close Friday.
An open trustee seat remains on the South San, Judson, and North East ISD boards. Read more about who is hoping to fill the vacancies.
San Antonio Republican officially withdrew support from Speaker of the House Dennis Bonnen in a statement released Monday afternoon.
The fourth annual Monarch Butterfly and Pollinator Festival wrapped up Sunday with a brightly colored parade, waggle group dance, and butterfly tagging demonstrations.
Students at Saint Mary’s Hall celebrated the National Day on Writing by learning about acrostic poems, haikus, and spoken word.
Concerned parents and members of the COPS/Metro Alliance asked to meet with the Southside ISD superintendent and district leaders to sort out the issue.
South San ISD will open the Care Zone, a mental health resource center providing free services to students and families, on Nov. 15.
The federal government awarded St. Mary’s University almost $3 million for STEM programs. Some of the funds will go to building a drone laboratory.
UTSA will launch a new college in January 2020. Students can enroll in the College for Health, Community, and Policy in Fall 2020.
Pedro Martinez entered his fifth school year as superintendent of San Antonio ISD. With the school board’s support, he continues to reshape the inner-city district.