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Reagan Calls For Cheerleaders

Reagan Calls For Cheerleaders

By on August 19, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak

Be a CHEERleader for a day! The Ronald Reagan Cheerleaders will be hosting their annual Cheer Clinic on Saturday, October 4 in the Reagan High School gymnasium. The Clinic begins at 9 a.m. and concludes with show-offs for family and friends at 11:30 a.m. All girls’ ages 5-15 are encouraged to attend. Participants will learn […]

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Reagan Cheer Receives Honors

Reagan Cheer Receives Honors

By on August 19, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak

With their Rattler team spirit and dedication the Ronald Reagan High School Cheerleaders and Mascots excelled at the UCA Cheer camp. Every summer, the cheerleaders and mascots attend UCA Cheer Camp at The University of Texas in Austin. The squads learn new cheers and chants, extreme routine, stunts, as well as an opportunity for team […]

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Reagan Football Summer Service Projects

Reagan Football Summer Service Projects

By on August 19, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak

Taking time out of their busy summers, the Ronald Reagan High School freshman, junior varsity and varsity football teams continued with the Rattler tradition of giving back to the local San Antonio community. With the supervision of the Reagan coaches and several parent volunteers, the players’ summer service projects included working on a Habitat for […]

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Ribbon Cuttings & Grand Openings

Autumn Leaves of Stone Oak

Autumn Leaves of Stone Oak

The Stone Oak Business Association would like to announce that Autumn Leaves of Stone Oak has joined its business community. The LaSalle Group, a national leader in memory care with more than 15 years of experience, opened Autumn Leaves of Stone Oak on July 24 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The 30,000 square foot memory […]

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Bilingual Child Academy

Bilingual Child Academy

The Stone Oak Business Association is excited to announce Bilingual Child as one of their new members! The Bilingual Child Academy opened its second location in Stone Oak this summer. The addition of an Early Education Learning Center in our diverse community will help parents who are looking for part-time or full-time care, or who […]

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Golden Chick

Golden Chick

The Stone Oak Business Association is happy to announce that Golden Chick’s ribbon cutting on August 1 marked a new addition to the Stone Oak community! Golden Chick opened its newest location North East of TPC Parkway on August 2. During the grand opening celebration there was music from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and […]

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Johnson Student Wins Big Money

Johnson Student Wins Big Money

By on August 20, 2014 in 78259 Encino

Johnson High School student, Riley Duncan, celebrated a cup stacking slam dunk at the Dunkin’ Donuts grand opening on August 5. The grand opening of the famous coffee and baked goods restaurant at 3107 TPC Parkway, located across the street from Johnson High School, had neighborhood non-profits vying for the $1,000 cash prize in its […]

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Director Named Bandmaster Of The Year

Director Named Bandmaster Of The Year

By on August 20, 2014 in 78259 Encino

Jarrett Lipman, Director of Bands at Claudia Taylor Johnson High School was named Texas Young Bandmaster of the Year at the Texas Bandmaster Association Convention on July 27th, 2014. The prestigious award is the highest honor that a young band director can receive and is presented by the Alpha Chapter of the International Band Fraternity. […]

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Back to School Hair-a-thon

Back to School Hair-a-thon

By on August 20, 2014 in 78259 Encino

The Aveda Institute San Antonio recently partnered with Child Protective Services during their 4th Annual Back to School Hair-a-thon Monday, August 18. Together with stylists from San Antonio and the surrounding area, the children received free hair services in preparation for the start of the school year. During this joyous event, the children were also […]

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Comal Athletes Free To Events

Comal Athletes Free To Events

By on August 20, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde

Comal ISD is pleased to announce that starting with the 2014-15 school year all student-athletes will receive free entry into all of the district’s home sporting events at the middle and high school level. All of the other students can pay $10 at their campus, which will allow them entry into all home sporting events […]

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Bartlett Appointed To Comal ISD School Board

Bartlett Appointed To Comal ISD School Board

By on August 20, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde

Marty Bartlett was appointed to the Comal ISD Board of Trustees on August 7 by a unanimous 6-0 vote.Bartlett will represent Single Member District 6 (SMD-6). The seat was formerly held by David Spencer, who resigned from the School Board in June because he moved out of the district. Bartlett, a business development manager, has […]

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Administrators Learn Useful Classroom Tools

Administrators Learn Useful Classroom Tools

By on August 20, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde

Quality learning and leadership in the classroom is something every campus should strive for. This summer, many of Comal ISD’s administrators and teachers have spent a week focusing on those concepts and many more David P. Langford has built on since he began working to improve classroom learning 30 years ago. It is the second […]

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Texas West Champs Tournament Run Ends

Texas West Champs Tournament Run Ends

By on August 20, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

A Northside little league baseball team’s shot of going to the Little League World Series, held annually in Williamsport, Pennsylvania and televised by ESPN, came just short of achieving their goal on August 4 in Waco, Texas. Northside Suburban (the Texas West Champs) gave up four runs in the first inning against Pearland East (the […]

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Northside ISD Community Heroes

Northside ISD Community Heroes

By on August 20, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

Helotes Panthers Hoops, a basketball team that consists of an outstanding group of Northside ISD elementary and middle school boys, have returned to school with a different story about how they spent their summer. The boys, led by Northside ISD Middle School Principal Mark Rustan, spent a portion of their summer enriching the lives of […]

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TMI Graduate Completes Flight Program

TMI Graduate Completes Flight Program

By on August 20, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

Midshipman Lt. Chris Cawthon, a 2009 graduate of TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas, and a senior at the United States Naval Academy, recently completed the Navy’s Powered Flight Program in June. Chris completed the rigorous ground school and flight training required for an initial solo of a Cessna-172 aircraft. His successful completion of […]

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Churchill Teacher Wins Award

Churchill Teacher Wins Award

By on August 20, 2014 in 78248/32 Hollywood Park

At the annual Texas Career Education summer conference, Churchill High School Health Science teacher Barbara White was named the Texas Health Occupations Association Area 1 Outstanding Teacher. White has been teaching for 11 years, and Churchill considers themselves very lucky to have her on its staff. She is often asked to train other educators and […]

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7 NEISD Students Awarded

7 NEISD Students Awarded

By on August 20, 2014 in 78248/32 Hollywood Park

The North East Independent School District was well represented at this year’s San Antonio Housing Authority 2nd Annual Education Summit. Taking place at the Freeman Coliseum on July 26, seven students were honored as 2014 scholarship recipients. The following SAHA scholarship winners were recognized for their educational achievements: Arron Reef, MacArthur High School Jasmine Gonzales, […]

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The Court Of Hidden Treasures

The Court Of Hidden Treasures

By on August 20, 2014 in 78248/32 Hollywood Park

A few current and former Winston Churchill High School students were officially recognized in SA Lutheran Coronation’s Court of Hidden Treasures. The San Antonio Lutheran Coronation recognized its new Queen and Princess at the Scottish Rite Auditorium in downtown San Antonio. Former Winston Churchill High School student Jessica Reece, daughter of Dion ad Donna Reece […]

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In Case You Missed It

Lighting The Way To Leadership

By on August 20, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde
Lighting The Way To Leadership

Tuscany Heights Elementary is proactively working towards the honor of obtaining Lighthouse Status. A Lighthouse School integrates the Franklin Covey Model of 7 Habits of Highly Effective People with their students, staff and parents. The school will sharpen the saw to reinforce leadership and self-worth through hallway and room displays, teaching and modeling the Covey […]

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Canyon High School Volleyball

By on August 20, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde
Canyon High School Volleyball

Once again Canyon High School proved it has some of the smartest volleyball players in the country. The 2013-14 CHS varsity volleyball team earned the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Team Academic Award. It was the third straight year the Cougarettes have earned the prestigious honor. “Excellence doesn’t happen by accident,” said AVCA Executive Director […]

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Comal ISD Earns Distinction Designations

By on August 20, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde

Comal ISD proved on August 7 what its students and parents already knew – the school district is an excellent learning environment. The Texas Education Agency released its “2014 Accountability Summary” and all 28 of Comal ISD’s campuses that were rated “Met Standard” by TEA. In addition, Comal ISD was named a TEA district which […]

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