In recognition of President Joe Biden signing the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act that establishes June 19th as a national holiday, West Texas A&M University will officially close on Friday, June 18.
Texas Mutual Insurance Company is awarding a $100,000 grant to Amarillo College to continue funding AC’s Safety and Environmental Technology program, which provides workplace safety courses for community employers, workers and the general public.
The Texas Tech University (TTU) School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) is receiving $350,000 in gift funds from Bank of America to build and support a new world-class school of veterinary medicine to address the region’s growing shortage of veterinary resources.
Families of children with disabilities and illnesses will have the opportunity to received free school supplies and education resources thanks to a partnership between Uniting Parents and Superior HealthPlan.
This funding builds upon the roughly $2.2 billion in federal funding already allocated to Texas to help public schools respond to COVID-19 and comes on the heels of the largest single-year increase in funding for Texas public education in the history of the state.
After postponing the program’s start day because the instructor got injured, Claredon College and Shamrock EDC are excited to see the first four graduates of their commercial driving license (CDL) class.
Face masks for AISD staff and students will soon be optional. In a special board meeting Wednesday afternoon, the board of trustees decided to make face masks optional for staff and students pre-kindergarten through fifth grade beginning Monday.