The Nacogdoches ISD board will consider high-tech upgrades to it’s COVID-screening measures and school buses during its regular meeting Thursday.
Swiping my phone alarm to snooze, I convinced myself another half hour wouldn’t upset my plans for the day too badly. I’d already missed the sunrise start I’d originally intended when I was loading my kayak into the truck the previous night.
Despite a year full of changes and challenges — adapting to the coronavirus pandemic, a new superintendent and the resignation of the high school principal — Nacogdoches ISD has experienced consistency and growth through its bond-funded projects.
Stephen F. Austin State University’s enrollment fell, but only slightly, for the fall semester, while more students are choosing to pursue higher level degrees at the university.
Two East Texas legislators are leading the bipartisan group putting pressure on Gov. Greg Abbott to develop a plan to expand high-speed internet access across the state as the coronavirus pandemic has “exacerbated existing disparities.”
Nacogdoches ISD on Monday announced the addition of a coronavirus data information section to the district website, where daily updates will document any lab-confirmed cases of the virus at one of its campuses or facilities.
Nacogdoches ISD, the largest school district in the county and the last to begin its academic year, returned to class Tuesday with more than 3,000 on campuses around the city.
After a hurricane delay, Nacogdoches ISD this week received more than 600 new laptops for educators and began distributing them to teachers this week along with computers for some students.