When the Santa Fe Lady Indians volleyball team returns to their home court to start their season, it will be some of first activity at the high school since a tragedy that rocked the community, and the team is fully aware their 2018 season will be about more than just a game.
Putting together not just one, but two outstanding sports seasons, Santa Fe’s Josh Blankenship was the overwhelming choice of the Galveston County community for 2017-18 boys athlete of the year.
Installing metal detectors in Santa Fe schools won’t be easy. And it will be expensive. But the benefits far outweigh the costs and school district officials should be commended for approving the measure last week.
The U.S. Department of Justice will gift $1 million donation to defray the costs of overtime for law enforcement who responded to the May 18 shooting at Santa Fe High School.
The Santa Fe public school board on Monday approved recommendations from a security and safety committee to install metal detectors and to strictly enforce the district’s existing dress code policy at its campuses.
The Santa Fe school board will vote Monday on recommendations from a security and safety committee to install metal detectors and change the district’s dress code policy.
People and businesses have so far donated more than $825,000 to a fund established for victims of the May 18 mass shooting at Santa Fe High School. All of the money will go to victims, officials said.
The Santa Fe Independent School District Board of Trustees on Monday voted to spend around $1.5 million on a series of security updates to the high school.
A school board member's public skepticism of the value of metal detectors as a way to prevent future school shooting has upset some people in Santa Fe.
In response to the mass shooting at Santa Fe High School, members of the Island Quilters Guild have made quilts for the injured, some who are still recovering.
Carol Gaylord, who this week became director of the Santa Fe Strong Resiliency Center, plans to introduce new programs, including group and art therapy, for people affected by the May 18 mass high school shooting in which 10 people were killed and more than a dozen were wounded.
The Santa Fe Education Foundation on Tuesday announced tentative deadlines for when victims and survivors of the May 18 shooting can apply to receive donated funds, as well as a deadline for when the fund will stop collecting money.
The Santa Fe Independent School District plans to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on high school renovations to block off and renovate parts of the school where the May 18 shooting happened.
Santa Fe public school officials suffered a trauma unimaginable to most of us when a student on May 18 shot and killed 10 people and wounded about a dozen others at the district’s high school. And they suffered a different kind of shock when reporters from local, national and international o…
A gun rights group held a political event in a Santa Fe park Saturday afternoon, during which members called for more public school employees to be armed.
In Santa Fe, green and yellow ribbons hug the trunks of most trees along the main thoroughfares. Ten decorated crosses in front of the high school serve as a memorial for locals and people from out of town to place stuffed animals, flowers and notes. Signs emblazoned with “Santa Fe Strong” are displayed at most businesses.
A Federal Bureau of Investigation report released this week on active shooting incidents, such as the one at Santa Fe High School last month, had more than a few interesting points.
A month and a day after 10 people were killed inside Santa Fe High School, the city's school district on Tuesday held its first meeting to discuss how it might change security measures to protect students from harm in the future.