What happened last Thursday night to Interim Superintendent Dr. Grenita Lathan was, without a doubt, racism at its finest. Now, I know for a fact it was racism. The removal of Lathan was a slap in the face. I have never in all my life seen open racism from racists as it pertains to children.
Ever heard the following sayings, “Even a paper clip can be indicted”? How about “A DA can indict a ham sandwich”?These are popular sayings when it comes to District Attorneys and the grand juries to which they have unfettered access.
Recently, Stalyce A. Green was baptized at the Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Dr. D.Z.Cofield; according to the confession of her faith. St. Matthew 28:19 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.
Early childhood education is of critical importance to the future of our children, and our nation. Children who experience seamless and comprehensive services from birth until age five are more likely to enter kindergarten prepared for success with a strong foundation in both education and social domains.
After winning the middle school state-qualifying competition held at Atascocita Middle School in February, TSA sponsor and Hoffman CTE teacher,Richard Houdek and two of his Technology Student Association Club members, Sirrianda Mbianda andBobiana Hill headed to Waco April 9th through the 11th to represent Hoffman Middle School at TSA State Competition.
The N’Joya Weusi African Centered Saturday School is a 5-week program for ages 8-16 year old youth in the Greater Houston area. The children are collectively taught right-brain mathematics, science and cultural projects in a unified setting.
The year 2015 marks the 80th birthday of Aldine ISD. Over the past 80 years the district has grown to almost 70,000 students and is projected to keep growing at 3% per year for next 5 years. The buildings in Aldine ISD average 30 years in age. Many of the buildings are much older.
Welcome to the City of Houston Summer Jobs Program! This summer, city departments are opening their doors to provide opportunities for you to earn while you learn about what it takes to serve the residents of the nation’s 4th largest city. Most positions are for 32 hours per week, at $7.25 per hour.
The “Building Bridges” forum created an open dialogue surrounding tenuous relations between police and youth.“It gives us more understanding of what’s going on, and how they look at us and how we look at them, so they know,” Bria Jones, one of the teens who led the dialogue, said.