Three local school districts will partner with the San Antonio Police Department in a new program designed to help keep students in school and learning even after they experience traumatic incidents.
Regardless of their size, demographics, or wealth, San Antonio school districts want to see change in the way Texas public schools are funded.
After serving on NEISD's board since 2012, Wheat said he will soon be appointed as an associate judge of Bexar County's 289th District Court.
These programs have specific emphasis areas like dual-language education or a curriculum emphasis on professions, including law or health careers.
As the 2018-19 academic year unfolds, both districts are following a TEA timeline to turnaround schools deemed "improvement required."
City CFO Ben Gorzell said this is the first time he has seen traditional school districts weigh in on this "very narrow procedural approval."
Near the intersection of Prue Road and Research Drive in northwest San Antonio, Great Hearts broke ground on Great Hearts Forest Heights this month.
In the pilot program, a "wellness coach" will work with LEE's almost 330 staff members to teach them to identify and respond to students' problems.
The cameras automatically take photos of drivers who pass a school bus with its stop arm displayed and flashing lights activated.
Perhaps no district has been impacted by the bus driver shortage like Northside ISD, where new campuses open every year and the student population continues to grow.