With the Aug. 24 back-to-school date rapidly approaching, Nacogdoches ISD plans for the upcoming school year, set for an Aug. 24 start, continue to develop while taking into consideration all COVID-19-related safety precautions for students and staff.
Angelina county is experiencing a steady increase in covid-19. The surge in cases broke the 600 mark and increased to over 60 cases over the weekend, according an administrator at the Angelina county and cities health district.
The Texas Education Agency today announced comprehensive guidelines for students to return to school, prioritizing their health and safety while ensuring that students receive quality instruction, whether they choose to learn in a safe on-campus environment or remotely.
Several thousand customers in East Texas and Louisiana are experiencing power outages after a storm system blew through the area Monday night and Tuesday morning, and crews are working to resolve the outages.
With August around the corner, Lufkin ISD sent letters out to parents and guardians of LISD students that outlined the more-relaxed dress code that will be implemented for the 2020-2021 school year for grades PreK through 8 and detailed the district’s tentative plans for the start of school.