Courtesy Rocio Moore, (Laredo, Texas)-The new Freedom Elementary School kicked off their first Accelerated Reader (A.R.), program with a visit from Clown Bolitas. The beloved entertainer energized students with interactive games that included the participation of teachers and faculty members. Bolitas intertwined the fun and frolic with the message that reading everyday means fun everyday.
Courtesy Rocio Moore, (Laredo, Tx)-First Grade students of Prada Elementary were treated like Disney royalty during KGNS’s Magic of Storytelling Event. Every detail was carefully thought out and perfectly executed. Everything from the colorful faux water dripping from the ceiling to The Little Mermaid music playing as students entered the Library created the perfect environment for today’s
Courtesy Alex Meyer, (Laredo, Texas)-The Foundation for Music Education announced that the Trautmann Middle School (TMS),Honors Band, directed by Jorge Luis Garcia, has been selected as a National Winner in the 2017 Mark of Excellence/National Wind Band Honors Project. The Mark of Excellence consists of the National Wind Band Honors, National Choral Honors, National Orchestra
Courtesy Alex Meyer, (Laredo, Texas)-We’ve been seeing all week how people across the state and country have been pitching in to help out those affected by the catastrophic flooding in Houston, Texas and surrounding areas. Trautmann elementary students decided that they too wanted to help their fellow Texans with a campus-wide food and supply drive.
Courtesy Rocio Moore, (Laredo, Texas)-Students at Killam Elementary rocked out in style this morning during a Reading Pep-Rally hosted to kick off United ISD’s Accelerated Reading Program. The Accelerated Reading Program, or AR as it’s known to students, is an online tool educators use to motivate, monitor and manage independent reading to accelerate reading growth.
Courtesy Rocio Moore, Students at Perez Elementary along with KGNS News Anchor Richard Noriega kicked off Disney’s Magic of Storytelling Event this morning in a fun filled read event in the campus Library. Campus Librarian Perla Cantu hosted a Disney Cars themed reading event that was sure to make even Walt Disney proud. The students
Courtesy Alex Meyer, (Laredo, Texas)-The Lyndon B. Johnson United for Texas Hurricane Aid Drive began when students in Robert Czar’s global business class expressed their desire help Houstonians who continue to struggle with the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. Mr. Czar told his students that they could render the needed assistance if they organized a drive to
(Laredo, Texas)-The National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE), recognized United High School teacher Rosa Salazar with the K-12 Distinguished Teaching Award at a special ceremony held during the 2017 National Conference on Geography Education in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Salazar is one of only eight educators in the nation to receive the award. For over a 100 years,
Courtesy Rocio Moore, (Laredo, Texas)-UISD received a donation of 105 pairs of new shoes from the Kicks for Kids drive spearheaded by the R Communications Group. The drive was held during the month of August at the Wal-Mart location on the Zapata Highway. Radio station personnel solicited donations of new shoes so that local children
Courtesy Alex Meyer, The recent South Texas Food Bank Empty Bowls XI concert at the Laredo Energy Arena opened with a splendid performance by the Clark Middle School Mariachi Del Norte directed by Gilbert Cuellar. The headline act for this year’s concert was Los Lonely Boys. The South Texas Food Bank creates awareness about the