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...”
Hulu's 'Into the Dark' Puts a Terrifying Twist on 'The Breakfast Club' --
After tackling frightening stories about Halloween, child-friendly toy mascots and the dark side of the American dream, Hulu's terrifying anthology horror series Into the Dark is taking viewers back to high school. In "School Spirit," the upcoming installment in the series, a mismatched group of high school students and social outcasts end up stuck in detention together, a la The Breakfast Club, when things take a dark turn. Hulu's Into the Dark, made in collaboration with Blumhouse Television, is set to include a total of 12 feature-length standalone horror films, each loosely inspired by a holiday. "School Spirit" is the penultimate episode of the series, while the previous installment, "Culture Shock," debuted earlier this month. Into the Dark's "School Spirit" premieres Aug. 2 on Hulu.