Hardy Oak Elementary Students Share Hope with Cancer Patients

Hardy Oak Elementary Students Share Hope with Cancer Patients

Hardy Oak Elementary School students visited North Central Baptist Jan. 20, to encourage cancer patients and their families.

Reagan High School Community Donates Thousands of Toys for Blue Santa By Amy Morgan

Blue Santa

The Ronald Reagan High School community, spearheaded by its Student Council, collected 5,556 toys for the Blue Santa program this year, making Reagan once again one of the largest SAPD Blue Santa Pick-up locations in the city.   

Johnson Football Player Honored by U.S. Army All-American Bowl Committee

Karsten

CT Johnson High School Senior Karsten Battles was formally recognized in a special assembly at his school Thursday, Nov. 30, by representatives of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and American Family Insurance.  Battles will start as the West Team’s long snapper at the U.S. Army All American Bowl, held in the Alamodome downtown on January 6, 2018.  

LOOP 1604 / BLANCO RD - INTERSECTION PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS

Thursday, November 30th, TXDOT will be holding a public open house at the San Antonio Shrine Auditorium from 5:00PM-7:00PM to discuss the proposed improvements to the Loop 1604 and Blanco Road intersection.
 

Students and Faculty Spend Day in a Wheelchair to Promote Inclusivity

Students and Faculty Spend Day in a Wheelchair to Promote Inclusivity

Fourteen students and faculty at Stone Oak Elementary School will spend a day in a wheelchair the last week of November – taking the “Strother Challenge.” The event was named by Strother Norman, an 11-year-old who lost his mobility at age 5 after a car accident. He created and implemented the “Strother Challenge” program at his elementary school in Fort Worth to give others a glimpse into the life of a person with a disability.  

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.