“Zombie Prom” may be the last musical senior Audrey Cook gets to perform.
Regina Bryan, the Victoria school district’s health services coordinator, was among the first in the county to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
During the upcoming winter break, Victoria school district may have families preparing to take trips or visit families and/or friends. The CDC continues to state that travel increases the risk of getting and spreading COVID-19.
Victoria school district is launching a Leadership Academy for district employees who aspire to serve in a leadership role in the district. The inaugural cohort of 53 participants will begin in January and conclude in May.
The Victoria Independent School District is seeking the input of students, parents and staff as it builds on the district calendar for the next school year.
The Victoria school district is in need of parents and guardians, whether your child is face-to-face or remote learning, to complete the Household Income Survey or the Free/Reduced Lunch Application in order to reach the threshold required for funding.
Apprentices gathered at Mid Coast Construction Academy Monday evening for another electrical training class. With more training under their belts, both workers and the city’s economy are better prepared for forward momentum.
EDNA — Section leader Isabel Schroer ushered her fellow trumpet players to their starting positions during what would be the last after-school rehearsal before the area competition.
Remote teachers at elementary campuses will be receiving two new technology devices that will help them best in teaching strategies and functionality for online instruction.
Though Saturday’s morning skies were cloudy and gray, dozens of volunteers donning fluorescent vests brought a bright energy outside as they worked to clean up and beautify the city.
VISD Family and KIDZconnection Center, which provides resources, education opportunities and assistance for students and families in the Victoria school district, referred seven families for adoption by the Victoria Firefighters Association Local 3679 and the Victoria Fire Department Admini…
Victoria school district is putting additional guidelines in place for classroom celebrations to help maintain a safe and healthy environment for students and staff.
All classes at St. Joseph High School will move to virtual learning for all 208 students starting Tuesday for two weeks out of precaution for COVID-19, officials said Sunday.
Beginning Monday, Victoria school district’s meal distribution schedule for remote students will be changing to Mondays and Thursdays. Weekend meals will be included with the Thursday distribution, according to a news release from the school district.
With COVID-19 cases rising throughout the state and Crossroads, districts have announced transitions to remote instruction or started their Thanksgiving holiday early.
Jennifer Atkins, an English Language Arts and Reading teacher at Howell Middle School, will be a guest speaker for a national webinar on remote instruction.
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