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Students set sail with Capt. Whitney Curry and her crew on the Texas Floating Classroom. The 90-minute boat tour allows students to learn about the San Antonio Bay by catching, touching and seeing the various marine life within the waters.

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Although an estimated 90% of public schools in the U.S. practice active shooter drills, there’s little standard protocol across the country.

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At least once a year, students in Victoria public schools practice what they would do if there were a gunman on campus.

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Victoria West High School selected Piper Kallman as the 2019 homecoming queen and Immanuel (Manny) Flonnory as 2019 homecoming king at its Sept. 27 game with Corpus Christi Miller. Both are seniors.

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O’Connor Elementary School principal Vickie Dunseth resigned Sept. 12, according to her resignation letter to the Victoria school district.

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Bloomington school district Superintendent Mark Anglin has only been on the job two months, but he already has big dreams for the district’s future.

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People interested in serving on the Victoria school district’s task forces can now apply for the 2019-20 school year, according to a VISD news release.

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A national health vendor that had partnered with the Victoria school district to provide flu shots to students at no cost this year will not be offering the vaccine clinics, according to a news release.

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There are three ways Erica Gutierrez tries to get out of the Bell Tower neighborhood every morning to drop off her daughter at school: down Mockingbird Lane, through Zac Lentz Parkway or cutting through neighborhoods to avoid heavy traffic at Victoria East High School.

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For the third time in her life, Clarissa Manuel is helping one of her children move into a university dorm.

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The Victoria school board adopted a lower overall tax rate and a budget Thursday night that would increase revenue by $5.5 million and direct about $1 million to replenish the district’s reserve balance.

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