Masks for students and teachers will be mandatory in counties with more than 20 reported COVID-19 cases when public schools resume in-person classes this fall, under new public health guidelines released by Texas state education officials Tuesday.
Temple ISD just wrapped up a district parent survey and officials are now gauging comments from families about the upcoming school year, Superintendent Bobby Ott said.
It took just over 14 minutes for the Temple school board to approve their $115.9 million budget for the 2020-21 academic year Monday evening.
Low-income Texas families now have through the month of July to apply for $285 in federal aid per child to make up for the free and reduced-price meals they missed while schools were closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Texas Health and Human Services Commission on Monday extended…
In conclusion of a successful in-person graduation ceremony, there is finally appropriate closure for the 2019-20 school year. As a district we can now shift our focus back to the Temple Independent School District 2025 Plan. In previous installments I discussed the components of the TISD 20…
Belton New Tech High School @ Waskow student Aditi Bhat has won national honors for her project "Deeds Not Words: The Suffragettes, Women Breaking Barriers".
Temple Independent School District Superintendent Bobby Ott said his district is highlighting creativity as educators continue to navigate the “new norm” that is COVID-19.
Several Bell County students were recently appointed to the 2020 Texas Congressional District 31 United States Service Academy after their recommendations by U.S. Rep. John Carter.
Ty Taggart and three other school board members — President Suzanne McDonald, Secretary Janet Leigh and Trustee Chris Flor — were impressed by the nearly completed Lake Belton HS, 9809 FM 2483 in Temple during a recent tour
The COVID-19 pandemic made Belton High School student Erika Velazquez-Montelongo’s life more difficult.
The Belton and Temple school districts plan to prioritize the safety of their students and staff as administrators plan for the new academic year.
Texas students will be returning to public schools in person this fall, Gov. Greg Abbott told state lawmakers Thursday morning.