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.
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.
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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The WCCHD also reported 23% of hospital beds, 19% of ICU beds and 74% of ventilators are available.
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Maintaining Stage 4 health restrictions may help the county prepare for the coming school year.
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The resolutions ranged from deeming racism a public health crisis to formalizing Juneteenth as a city holiday.
Austin Public Health also confirmed 46 new COVID-19 hospitalizations in the Austin area.
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Texas Association of School Administrators asks state for more local control, clear guidelines in 2020-21
TASA leaders said in the letter that changing guidelines coming from the state are overly complicated and have only created confusion.
Teachers, students, parents and administrators can access classes, assignments and grades through the system whether learning from the classroom or elsewhere.
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Teacher Heaven is closing the last of its locations in Northwest Austin after more than two decades of business.
All classes will be conducted live, giving students the opportunity to engage with teachers and fellow classmates.
Donations will be accepted through August.
Face masks will be required of guests in lobbies, hallways, restrooms and in auditoriums when not eating or drinking.
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Continued demand, rising listings point to possible return of climbing Northwest Austin real estate market
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