Student-athletes across South Texas are still adapting to the new reality. Local sports teams are continuing to train remotely even after learning they won’t be returning to campus. Athletes from McAllen ISD high schools are facing a common rival: COVID-19. The Coronavirus pandemic stopped all sports in their tracks. It has now been over a […]
Lyndon B Johnson High School distributed Chromebooks to students to help them continue with their education during the school closures.
Weslaco, Texas– Students and local police officers became actors to re-enact a possible alcohol-related accident. All in an effort to demonstrate a very big problem… Driving under the influence of alcohol…
Edinburg Texas– Parents are demanding answers after a school bus driver failed to drop off their students at their homes. We spoke to parents of the 8 students that were on the bus — they tell us they grew anxious while waiting for their children for over 3 hours.
Hidalgo, Texas– A video of a bullying incident in Hidalgo High School went viral on social media last week the victim and his defender are now joined forces to launch an anti-bullying campaign.
A strong odor led to the evacuation of an elementary school in Donna. This morning, Donna ISD confirmed the evacuation of staff and students from J.P. Lenoir elementary. Donna ISD police department and city firefighters responded to the campus to determine the source of the smell. Classes were dismissed for the rest of the day. […]
United ISD officials are encouraging students to have perfect attendance by providing an incentive. This morning, they announced the 6th annual “Kia In The Klassroom,” where a lucky student will walk away with a brand new car at the end of the school year. “The Sames family for the sixth year now asked our students to […]
Increasing law enforcement personnel is not the only proposal from governor Greg Abbott on improving school safety. Abbott wants schools to focus more on mental health, and while some officials agree, they say there’s just several problems. “The problem with counselors at the schools is that they don’t really counsel the students as far as […]
The Cameron County District Attorney’s Office partnered with a local college to better help students of abuse. The DA’s office on campus will now be able to benefit college students open up when it comes to speaking about personal issues. “These will be students that are going to school and may be in a situation […]
In one week, the Laredo police department detained and arrested several teenagers for making threats at various schools in Laredo.The arrests were made after incidents that occurred February 15th to the 20th.Two LISD students were investigated for making threats, one has not been charged at this time, but a 16-year-old male was detained and charged […]
Today authorities confirm that several students and teachers in PSJA were exposed to tear gas from a nearby police training. San Juan Police carried out a training using this gas, in a field near the agricultural department. San Juan Police Chief, explains that they did not see people close by before performing their training practice. Two […]
Texas Workforce donated more than $290,000 to the Foster Youth Dropout Prevention Program at the PSJA School District on Tuesday. According to the Texas Education Agency, nearly 27 thousand students in foster care attend Texas Public Schools, the percentage of students in foster care who drop out is more than three times those who live […]
The City of McAllen and Mcallen I.S.D. announced a new program for students and their families to get affordable internet. For just five or ten dollars a month, parents can get internet for their children to complete school work or for studying. Just visit att.com/access and fill out the required information in order to see […]
Raymondville ISD authorities are investigating an online threat alleging a possible shooting at their Early College High School. According to authorities, the student released a video through a video posted on Facebook. In the video, the student was carrying a black BB gun on campus. The authorities immediately identified the juvenile and he was taken into […]
TEXAS (KFXV) — Today, students with a license to carry are allowed to take concealed firearms to community colleges. The law approved a year ago, permits handguns all over the campus, except certain areas, where a governmental sign is posted. The law indicates the owner of the gun should be 21 years or older, and […]