From the upcoming board election filing deadline to virtual learning and administrative personnel changes, this is what Austin ISD families should know heading into this month.
The Hays County Local Health Department reported 18 new cases of the coronavirus July 31, bringing the total to 4,315.
The Peached Tortilla will serve a menu of chicken fingers, fries and sliders Aug. 7-8 from the kitchen of Yard Bar, its Burnet Road neighbor.
The nonprofit has been operating in New Braunfels since 2008 and offers preventative treatment and on-going care for patients without health care coverage.
Leander ISD has scheduled virtual open houses for students in pre-K through 12th grade.
The statement was released after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton earlier this week said that local districts have the sole authority to close schools due to the ongoing pandemic.
Overall in Travis County, there have been 21,214 coronavirus cases since mid-March.
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Owners Rochelle and Ryan Perk announced July 31 that the Little Gym of Round Rock will close permanently Aug. 1.
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The WCCHD also reported 23% of hospital beds, 19% of ICU beds and 74% of ventilators are available.
Donations of school supplies can be made at several locations throughout New Braunfels, Schertz and Bulverde.
In effort to manage crowds, Austin’s Barton Creek Greenbelt will require reservations for next 5 months
Closed since July 4 weekend, the Barton Creek and Bull Creek greenbelts will reopen Aug. 8.
The car parade will take place from noon-1 p.m.
Pflugerville's proposed fiscal year 2020-21 budget correlates to a 14% increase over the city's current fiscal year budget, as outlined in the preliminary budget proposal. Features of the proposed budget is a decreased tax rate and two new positions.
For some families, online learning has highlighted the need for safe child care for young students while caregivers are at work.
Hays County has launched the Emergency Cash Assistance Program grant fund to aid small businesses amid the COVID-19 crisis.
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Maintaining Stage 4 health restrictions may help the county prepare for the coming school year.
In the first week of Leander ISD families choosing which type of instruction they will enter when virtual learning ends Sept. 8, 54% of the district’s projected enrollment has already responded.
The city of Leander issued Stage 3 water restrictions July 30—meaning the city is facing “severe water shortage conditions.”