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Harmony Public Schools will offer a full virtual learning option to students in Greater Houston and Greater Dallas-Fort Worth this fall. more
VFW 9182 Auxiliary announced on April 10th that Madeleine Scheele has been awarded a $3000 scholarship from the organization. more
On April 2, Katy Independent School District hosted the annual Employee Service Awards event, honoring and celebrating district employees who have reached remarkable milestones in their careers. … more
Rylander Elementary School, located at 24831 Westheimer Pkwy in Katy, will be celebrating its twentieth anniversary with a community event on Saturday, April 6th, from 10 to 11 a.m. The Katy ISD … more
Royal ISD announced March 21 that RHS Falcon Kimberly Pedraza was selected as one of 12 students from across the state chosen to represent 4A schools at the state competition May 10-11. more
Calling all BBQ competitors! Support the Royal FFA Ag Club with their second Annual BBQ Competition, to be held April 12-13 at the Pattison Fire Station, 2950 FM 359 in Pattison. more
Humanities Texas announced on March 19th that Taylor Kratz of Katy ISD’s Mayde Creek High School in Houston has been selected as one of 15 recipients of a 2023 Humanities Texas Outstanding Teaching Award. more
Join the University of Houston-Victoria at Katy for the next Jaguar Day in Katy open house on April 6th. more
The Katy Independent School District Prekindergarten program preregistration for the 2024-2025 school year opens April 1, 2024, for children who qualify and are zoned to the district. more
Katy High School is the Zone A champion in UIL One-Act Play with its production of Ghetto, according to the March 18th edition of the Katy Tiger eNews. more
HOUSTON, March 11, 2024 – It’s no secret that textbooks are one of the unforeseen costs contributing to student debt. Nationwide, university students pay approximately $1,200 annually for the books they need. Add that to tuition, fees, cost of living and other expenses, and they face another financial hurdle on their academic journeys more
It was a great day for the Calvin Nelms Charter School family at the end of March, as Mr. Carey and Mrs. Lowrance took seven theater students and multiple student art pieces to the state capitol in Austin for the state competition for fine arts in charter schools. more
The Royal ISD Board Trustees will fill the vacancy resulting from Trustee Perla Aguilar’s resignation by appointment, the district announced on February 6th. more
In a special meeting Monday night, the trustees of Katy ISD’s school board came together for team-building activities and for more training on their roles, rights and responsibilities as board members. more
Local leader and former state Rep. Bill Callegari of Katy received an honorary degree from Houston Community College for his longstanding support of HCC. more
Education briefs for June 22, 2023. more
Education briefs for June 15, 2023. more
Years ago, when he was in middle school, Rutva Gupta was part of several student groups that revolved around writing. Today, Gutpa is preparing for his senior year at Tompkins High School. He said he wanted to study either engineering or business, and he’s considering Rice University, the University of Texas at Austin, and Texas A&M University, among other colleges. more
Education briefs for June 8, 2023. more
Julia Morrison, a 2019 graduate of St. John XXIII College Preparatory School in Katy, is the 2023 recipient of the Lorena B. Stretch Award for Outstanding Student in Elementary Education from the Baylor School of Education. She is the daughter of Richard and Allyson Morrison of Sugar Land. The award is named for Lorena Stretch, who was dean of the School of Education from 1935-57 and the school’s longest-serving dean. more
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