Mays Family YMCA Kicks Off New Kidz Intro to Sports Clinics

Mays Family YMCA Kicks Off New Kidz Intro to Sports Clinics

Looking for a way to get your kids active and introduce them to a variety of sports without a big time commitment to a team? The Mays Family YMCA at Stone Oak has just the answer for you – their new Little Kickers and Kidz Sports Clinics, which will begin March 5. 

Bedbugs Infect Stone Oak

Bedbugs Infect Stone Oak

It will make your skin crawl. 

Imagine tucking your children into bed in a hotel and then realizing the room was infested with bedbugs! This scenario is exactly what happened to visitor Kali Powell, who found last week, to her horror, that her room at the Drury Inn and Suites in Stone Oak was covered with the critters.

Powell reported the incident to hotel management and called News 4. 

NEISD Superintendant announces retirement plans

Dr. Brian Gottardy

During North East ISD’s regular Board of Trustees meeting Monday night, Dr. Brian G.

Reagan Band Honored to Play at Top Tier International Music Conference

Reagan Wind Ensemble

Once again, the Ronald Reagan High School band has racked up another top tier accomplishment.  Friday, Dec. 21, 2018, the band’s Wind Ensemble performed at the 72nd annual Midwest Clinic International Band, Orchestra and Music Conference in Chicago. Reagan is only second high school band from San Antonio selected to perform in the history of the conference.  The last time was decades ago - in 1983.

Southbound 281 Ramps at Sonterra Boulevard Closed Indefinitely

Southbound 281 Ramps at Sonterra Boulevard Closed Indefinitely

Stone Oak drivers may have noticed a real headache this morning when they tried to travel southbound on US 281 from Sonterra Boulevard.   According to the Texas Department of Transportation (TDOT), the southbound Sonterra Boulevard entrance ramps closed Monday, Jan. 14, and will remain closed until late spring/early summer of this year.  


Tuscany Heights Unveils New Kinder Learning Lab

Tuscany Heights Kinder Learning Lab

Kindergarten was once a gentle year to introduce five year olds to a school routine. Days included naps, playtime, and lots of recess.  Not so any longer.  Our fast-past society has influenced schools in the best districts to increase academic rigor even in the youngest grades and replace creative play with science, technology and math.