Association fines homeowners from displaying school spirit signs in yards in Montgomery
MONTGOMERY, Texas – Parents in a Montgomery neighborhood are voicing concern over not being able to put up school spirit signs in their front yards because of the neighborhood association’s rules. The parents said after the year their students have had they are fighting to be able to show school spirit and support. While political signs are legal and also pose no issue with the Walden on Lake Conroe Community Improvement Association, the school spirit signs violate the neighborhood rules, which homeowners claim have never been enforced until 2020. Parents showed KPRC 2 letters from the association, which cite a violation of the Walden on Lake Conroe Community Improvement Association’s deed restrictions. Besides that exception, Walden has always enforced the prohibition against any type of signage, and has never singled out enforcement against any particular type of sign, including the school spirit signs...”
Multiple Houston-area school districts will be closed Friday due to power outages in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura
HOUSTON – Multiple Houston-area school districts will be closed Friday due to the ongoing brownouts in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura. RELATED: Some Houston-area residents to experience periodic power outages due to Hurricane LauraEntergy announced the outages to its Texas customers Thursday after its transmission system suffered extensive damage from Hurricane Laura. These are the closures so far:
New trend providing working parents alternative virtual learning setting for kids
With many local school districts opting for virtual learning amid COVID-19, a new trend is picking up speed in response to a need to help working parents find a safe place for their children. Learning academies like Kids R Kids of Lake Conroe are seeking to provide a socially-distanced classroom setting for students in the Houston area. The owner of Kids R Kids of Lake Conroe wanted to be a resource for students of working parents in Conroe and Montgomery ISDs. The three to four hours of remote learning are spread out across the day. The teachers will act as liaisons between the parents and the public school teachers to ensure that every child is on the right track.