Groceries for Good Deeds

Groceries for Good Deeds

Linda Tutt High School in Sanger, Texas, has opened a grocery store.  This in itself is laudable for providing a needed resource for food insecure families, but it also remarkable for empowering students with the ability to help with their families’ basic needs. But...
Give Them What They Need

Give Them What They Need

Virtual learning is rough, but some help is on the way from federal dollars through the CARES Act and Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites.  Granted, the CARES Act funds will help all 1200 plus Texas school districts by reimbursing money already spent on laptops, tablets,...

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...
Resource Round-Up #2  March 26, 2020

Resource Round-Up #2 March 26, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a vast impact on public education, as school districts try to figure out ways to keep their students and employees safe, educate and feed students, and comply with federal and state mandates.  It is a tremendously tough road to navigate,...
School Closures and Coping

School Closures and Coping

Governor Abbott has officially closed all schools in Texas till at least April 3rd.  Many people expect closures to be extended beyond that, whether it’s from state-wide mandate or the decisions of local districts. Texas school districts are doing an incredible job of...