Reagan High School Sends Supplies to Sister School in Houston’s Third Ward

Reagan students unload school supplies

The Unity Ambassadors Club of Ronald Reagan High School rallied this fall to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey.  They adopted Jack Yates High School, located in Houston’s historic Third Ward, whose students had lost many of their belongings in the flood.

Win a Jeep support RRHS spirit organizations

Win a Jeep!

You can help the ladies of Ronald Reagan High School’s spirit organizations – cheer, drill, dance, pep team and the mascots.   The Spirit Booster Club is offering a raffle for the opportunity to win one of a short list of luxury prizes.

Church Unlimited Takes Supplies, Volunteers to Texas Coast

Church Unlimited Members serve Rockport community

Church Unlimited San Antonio is one of many local churches that mobilized to help those devastated by the effects of Hurricane Harvey along Texas’ coast.  The new San Antonio branch felt especially compelled to help because its main campus is headquartered in Corpus Christi, with satellite branches throughout South Texas.  

Hurricane Harvey: SA Pulls Together to Help

CycleBar Stone Oak helps at Food Bank

Horrified and mesmerized, San Antonians watched the devastation wreaked by Hurricane Harvey last week.  It was designated the most expensive natural disaster ever – with more than $190 billion in total losses projected across Texas and Louisiana, according to a statement by Dr. Joel N. Myers, founder and chairman of Accuweather.

Help Provide Assistance for Those Affected By Hurricane Harvey

As we keep the people affected by Hurricane Harvey in our thoughts, many are wondering how they can help.  To assist the community, your Stone Oak POA will serve as a donation site. 

Keep your eyes on the road, not your phone.

Smart driving

Summer is over.   School is back in full swing, and the Johnson HS PTSA Smart Driving Club wants to remind you to never drive distracted.  It is always important to keep your eyes on the road and not on your phone. Club students helped get that message out even over the summer months.