A district championship is a major accomplishment for any school in any sport. Landon Etzel, the 2015-16 Galveston County boys athlete of the year, led Clear Creek to three this past school year.
Saturday morning, live shrimp supplies at most bait camps were out by 8 a.m. or earlier. Live croaker inventories were spotty, and most anglers were willing to take croaker in lieu of shrimp.
One of the mantras in our colleges and universities — and maybe in advanced high school classes, too — is that we must teach students to think critically.
The video tape player, an ancient thing, had been repaired and put in good order within the last year or two, so I popped the tape in and sat back to watch and recall the story.
Teachers help students work on puzzles during the early days of the Oak Tree Day School at the First United Methodist Church of Texas City. The church will celebrate its school’s 50th anniversary from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. today with a free event that will feature a mini-circus put on by students, a children’s art show, games, crafts, vendors, food and a silent auction.
Children gather during one the school’s early sessions of Oak Tree Day School at the First United Methodist Church of Texas City.
Students attend an early class of First United Methodist Church of Texas City’s Oak Tree Day School. The church will celebrate the school’s 50th anniversary with a free festival Saturday.
First United Methodist Church of Texas City, 317 5th Ave. N., will be the site of today’s event celebrating 50 years of Oak Tree Day School.