The county has nearly spent the $100 million in federal disaster recovery money for about 750 houses and rental properties.
If you're wondering what the Falcons are doing in the NFL's version of the Final Four with the Patriots, Steelers and Packers, you aren't alone.
January is the time to officially celebrate School Board Recognition Month. This column is dedicated to the seven people that unselfishly serve on one of the most important executive committees in our community. Texas City Independent School District would like to publicly thank President Dickey Campbell, Vice President Hal Biery, Melba Anderson, Davis Moss, Mable Pratt, Tom Prouty and Bryan Thompson for donating their time to make sure Texas City ISD is at its best.
Teachers are so enthusiastic about teaching that they often spend money out of their own pockets for projects to get their students engaged in learning. Many projects are financially out of their reach. This is where the Texas City Independent School District Foundation for the Future helps.
Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. It commemorates the ultimate sacrifice made by DEA Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, who died at the hands of drug traffickers while fighting the battle against illegal drugs to keep our country and children safe.
While school just ended earlier this month, district administrators in Texas City ISD are already preparing for the 2016-17 school year. New teachers are being hired and veteran teachers are learning new strategies in staff development, all in preparation for the students’ arrival in August.
Texas City Independent School District recently honored employees for their years of service to the district, those who have retired or are planning to retire at the end of the school year and those who were named employees of the year.
One of the highlights in Texas City Independent School District is the Principal's Honors Breakfast, which honors the top 5 percent of the graduating class.
Can you hear ducks quacking in Galveston County? Ducks are on their way to Texas City. We’re excited to offer the ninth annual Texas City Independent School District Youthfest and Duck Derby Saturday at Texas City Sting Creek. It’s a great day of fun activities for the entire family. You’ll hear student performances, participate in games for the kids and watch 5,000 ducks race to the finish line for great prizes.
Although it has seen its share of changes throughout the years, a free, public education has long been the heart of Texas. In fact, the Texas Declaration of Independence in 1836 listed the failure of the Mexican government “to establish any public system of education, although possessed of almost boundless resources” among reasons for severing political ties with Mexico.
The production of “Shrek the Musical” at Texas City High School is a wonderful opportunity to hear and see some of the Texas City ISD Fine Arts Department at its best. There is a tradition of excellence in the school’s musical productions that feature not only acting, singing and dancing but also a live orchestra.
January is the time to officially celebrate School Board Recognition Month. This article is dedicated to the seven people that unselfishly serve on one of the most important executive committees in our community. I would like to personally thank President Manuel Guajardo Jr., Vice President Dickey Campbell, Melba Anderson, Hal Biery, Davis Moss, Tom Prouty and Bryan Thompson for donating their time to make sure Texas City ISD is at its best.
Teachers are so enthusiastic about teaching that they often spend money out of their own pockets for projects to get their students engaged in learning. Many projects are financially out of their reach. This is where the TCISD Foundation for the Future helps.
Texas City ISD’s outstanding Fine Arts programs are plentiful this holiday season. All events are free to the public with the exception of the Texas City High School Choir Concert. The public is invited to attend these events.
The state’s school financial accountability rating system, known as the School Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas, ensures that Texas public schools are held accountable for the quality of their financial management practices and that they improve those practices. The system is designed to encourage Texas public schools to better manage their financial resources to provide the maximum allocation possible for direct instructional purposes.
Homecoming is a tradition in the United States for high schools, colleges and universities that dates back more than 100 years. This week is Homecoming Week in Texas City ISD.
Last week, TCISD Calvin Vincent Early Childhood Center hosted a full day visit by Mary Jo Huff, a nationally recognized storyteller and author known for her special blend of humor that tickles and touches the hearts of all.