While lack of school funding is a systemic issue that needs to be addressed at the state level, there are challenges we can address at the local level.
Lamar Elementary started carving out part of the day for “Tiger Time,” to teach students words that describe their feelings.
The All That Remains exhibition presents the work of the first graduating BFA class of the Southwest School of Art through May 20.
A well-known proverb states, it takes a village to raise a child.
The school, which is located just south of downtown, cited financial challenges and declining enrollment as the reasons for its closure.
The students, who typically play classical music at their concerts, will perform songs by AC/DC, Michael Jackson, and Ozzy Osbourne.
For the next 22 weeks, the Rivard Report will host Brandon Seale’s podcast, “A New History of Old San Antonio,” every Saturday.
Guests attending NEISD athletic events this fall will be required to follow a clear-bag policy, similar to that required at the Alamodome.
Trustees of the South San Antonio Independent School District met Wednesday night to address a $6.4 million budget deficit.
Before its upcoming production of the opera La Bohême, Opera San Antonio invited area students to write alternate endings for the tragedy.
Wings Press, the publishing house managed by writer Bryce Milligan, will be managed by his wife and daughter following misconduct allegations against the author.