Public Meetings Being Held For Comment On Charter School Proposals

Board of Education Hosting Community Meetings for Public Comment On Charter Proposals

Public Meetings Being Held For Comment On Charter School Proposals

Board of Education Hosting Community Meetings for Public Comment On Charter Proposals

Gridiron legends kick off National Literacy Month for Bush Foundation

Former Houston Oiler quarterback Dan Pastorini was accustomed to passing a football on the field. Now, he passes on knowledge and a love of reading by volunteering to read to a child. Pastorini and gridiron legend Charles Alexander joined The

Gridiron legends kick off National Literacy Month for Bush Foundation

Former Houston Oiler quarterback Dan Pastorini was accustomed to passing a football on the field. Now, he passes on knowledge and a love of reading by volunteering to read to a child. Pastorini and gridiron legend Charles Alexander joined The

Community meetings scheduled to share design concepts and site plans for 2012 bond schools

The Houston Independent School District has scheduled six community meetings for the month of September to discuss the progress being made within the 2012 bond program, which will renovate or rebuild 40 schools to create 21st century facilities. The meetings

Hogg MS to start offering students P.E. credit in squash

Hogg Middle School recently became the first public school in the U.S. to house squash courts on its campus and the first in Texas to offer in-school squash courses for physical education credit. Principal Angela Sugarek and dozens of her

Tuesday, September 8: The First Day to a Great Year

Preparing families for Back-to-School

Tuesday, September 8: The First Day to a Great Year

Preparing families for Back-to-School

Oak Forest ES named ‘Rainforest Hero’ for protecting Sumatran wildlife

The island of Sumatra may be half a world away, but that didn’t stop Oak Forest Elementary School students from caring about its wildlife. Children in the school’s kindergarten classes raised more than $2,170 before school let out last year and

HISD announces partnership with Kennedy Center to expand student access to the arts

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announced Thursday that the Houston Independent School District together with the City of Houston would serve as the 19th site for their national arts education program. The Ensuring the Arts for