Schloss, who survived the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz, will speak Tuesday, March 19, at Trinity University’s Laurie Auditorium.
Alamo Colleges voted to forgive debts of less than $500 from students who enrolled in Fall 2017 or before. More than 9,000 students qualify for the program.
In Texas, Black History Month is not a part of the required curriculum, but many schools in San Antonio teach their students about notable black Americans.
Royce “Sully” Sullivan, one of four candidates running for a seat on SAISD’s board of trustees, pleaded no contest to two misdemeanors in 2012.
Fifty candidates filed for the school board races across seven local school districts. Only three of the 21 races will be uncontested.
The Women’s Hall of Fame is saluting the four inductees’ contributions in student success, alternative schools, community engagement, and school operations.
East Central Board President Steve Bryant doesn’t anticipate the board taking a vote on a plan to arm teachers until after trustees see what lawmakers do with school safety proposals.
After selecting an internal candidate as Gottardy’s replacement, the North East ISD board announced it wouldn’t conduct an external search.
About 200 signed up to participate in the 25th year of Basura Bash along Salado Creek at Tobin Park. More than 2,500 signed up to volunteer citywide.
KLRN is working with PBS and Committee for Children to create a social-emotional learning program for young San Antonians not enrolled in a preschool.