CPS Statement on the passage of the House Funding Bill

CPS Statement on the passage of the House Funding Bill

Refugee flourishes at Westbury HS, will graduate with full scholarship to study physical therapy

Editor’s Note: This week, thousands of HISD seniors will receive their diplomas during graduation ceremonies across the district. Many of our students have overcome challenging circumstances during their educational journeys. We are sharing a few of their stories this week.

CPS Doubles Evidence-Based Math Tutoring Program to Improve Outcomes for At-Risk High School Students

Proven SAGA Tutorial Program to Double from 800 to 1,600 Students Next School Year

CPS Doubles Evidence-Based Math Tutoring Program to Improve Outcomes for At-Risk High School Students

Proven SAGA Tutorial Program to Double from 800 to 1,600 Students Next School Year

Nutrition Services honors cafeteria employees at End of the Year Awards 

Nutrition Services school cafeteria staff on Tuesday were honored at the department’s End of the Year Awards gala. The ceremony, held at Wheatley High School, recognized school cafeterias and individuals at elementary, middle, and high schools. Operations Managers Tammie Green and Pamela

The Rusk School to become middle school with health and medical focus

For young students with an interest in a health or medical career, there is a new magnet middle-school program in HISD. Beginning with the upcoming school year, The Rusk School will transform from PK–8 into a middle school with a

North Houston Early College HS opens doors early for visit from graduating seniors

Having spent six years in a temporary campus, Principal Angela Lundy-Jackson couldn’t stop smiling as she showed off the new North Houston Early College High School, one of 40 schools being rebuilt or renovated under HISD’s 2012 bond program. “Everyone

North Houston Early College HS opens doors early for visit from graduating seniors

Having spent six years in a temporary campus, Principal Angela Lundy-Jackson couldn’t stop smiling as she showed off the new North Houston Early College High School, one of 40 schools being rebuilt or renovated under HISD’s 2012 bond program. “Everyone

Tanglewood MS celebrates new building and a new name

Tanglewood Middle School community members on Monday evening marked two significant milestones in the history of the Galleria-area school: the dedication of their new building addition, and the renaming of their campus from Grady to Tanglewood. “We’re excited to have the entire building