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Gifts That Teachers Really Want
Winter parties are happening this week at East Texas schools, and if you're looking to give a thank-you gift to a teacher that he or she will really appreciate, we've got several good ideas. And they're all affordable.
Six Things We Do in the Carpool Line Besides Wait
If you're able to whip in and whip out when you're picking up the kids from school, there are a whole lot of other parents who are jealous of your mastery of the situation. Sometimes it takes a half hour, and that leaves plenty of time for things like power naps.
The Best Quotes For the First Day of School
With the first day of school at the Lufkin ISD last week and other districts starting today and next Monday, we know two things. Pictures of kids with backpacks are taking over your social media pages, and you might hear someone say, "Is it just me, or did mom seem a little too happy about the…
The 10 Types Of Teachers
This is your guide to the different types of teachers. It's not only useful to students, but also to parents, guardians and - quite possibly - to the other teachers and school workers.
Some Students Won't Have to Pass the STAAR Test
Several thousand students who took the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness test, or STAAR, experienced glitches during the test, and because of that the passing requirement to move on to the next grade will be waived.
New Lice Law For Texas Schools Now in Effect
Head lice is a nightmare no parent or child ever wants to experience, yet it's a problem that persists in many schools every year. A new Texas law now determines what public elementary school nurses must do when they discover lice on a child.

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