For as Long as the Wi-Fi Holds Up

For as Long as the Wi-Fi Holds Up

We are almost five months into the pandemic here in Texas, and we are all pretty surprised by how many changes have transpired in people’s lives and livelihoods.  Unfortunately, some of these changes may stick around for longer than most of us would like.  Schools,...

MTSS/RtI During a Pandemic (part 1 of 2)

Four weeks ago, the nation was thrust into panic-mode. Teachers were working 12 – 15 hours a day to get their curriculum online. District and campus administrators were struggling to help staff, students and their families, and community members. Teachers and students...

The Latest Guidance from TEA

This week, the Texas Education Agency issued the following new FAQs and guidance documents related to waivers, virtual enrollment, attendance, federal funding and grants, general state funding, and COVID-19 Costs and CARES Act funding. COVID-19 Related Waivers Virtual...

Movement, Movement, Movement!

Cabin fever is beginning to set in, folks. We’re all feeling it, and it’s starting to show.  Kids’ emotions are turning into mine fields, and parents might be peering into their handy-dandy-parenting-toolboxes for answers only to find that their supply of...

Balance: A Conversation with Dr. Ogonosky

Most Texas residents (and much of the nation) are now sheltering at home till further notice.  This alone is a significant stressor, but don’t forget the different fears that can creep in for many of us: the isolation and separation from loved ones, the worries about...
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