Donate $10 for the Oklahoma Tornado Victims
On Monday, a powerful tornado struck the Oklahoma City area. Many families were affected by the damage of this storm.
Here are some ways you can support the citizens of Oklahoma.
Donors can give a $10 donation by texting "Red Cross" to 90999 or they can visit http://www.redcross.org/ok/oklahoma-city to give a larger donation through the disaster relief fund.
Wednesday, May 22
• Loop 1604 westbound main left lane from US 281 to Bitters will be closed from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. through May 23 (Thursday). Crews will be working on illumination.
• Loop 1604 eastbound main lanes will be closed from Bitters to the exit to Gold Canyon from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Crews will work on illumination and signage.
Thursday, May 23:
Children at Risk, a non-profit organization, revealed the top academic learning institutions in San Antonio yesterday, according to the San Antonio Express News. Their research tracks children's health safety, education, and economic conditions. The organization ranked 65 public high schools, 116 middle schools and 304 elementary schools in the city of San Antonio.
Among those that were ranked, 5 schools in the Stone Oak area earned top honors.
Memorial Day is a day where we honor our military but it also is the official kick-off to Summer. This Monday, sizzle your way outside, kick up your heels, head out to the pool and make a delicious meal for guest or for yourself. With the help of KraftRecipes.com, Here are three meals to make that will get you ready for Memorial Day
Texas Style Burgers
The Las Lomas Honor Choir was invited by State Rep. Lyle Larson to perform at the Texas State Capitol Tuesday, May 21.
The 48 fourth and fifth grade students from the choir made the trip to Austin. They performed for 30 minutes in the rotunda for an audience filled with state lawmakers. Students sang patriotic songs like Texas, Our Texas and God Bless America as well as Leader in Me songs like You Can Have It All.
St Thomas Episcopal School is bringing the Latin flavor, and energetic music to keep your kids happy and active this summer.
ZUMBATOMIC will be hitting the school's summer camp festivities.
Instructor Blanca Welborn will be teaching kids how to do fun dances while making new friends.
Classes will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3 p.m to 4 p.m starting June 18 through August 1. These classes are meant for incoming students in kindergarden through 5th grade.
The fee will be $130.00 for 7 weeks and their will be a sibling discount available as well.