Day: August 9, 2017

Mark White Memorial Scheduled

No Pass No Play was not a very popular stand for any Governor but Mark White was passionate about Education and worked tirelessly during his tenure to ensure that Texas School System would not only improve but would set a standard for other states to follow. Pre-kindergarten for disadvantaged children, class sizes no larger than 22, merit pay for teachers, increased funding for poorer school districts and funding for full day kindergarten are, to this day, still hot buttons for many. But being raised by a teacher, the subject was close to his heart and he made it his legacy. He also appointed the first Hispanic woman,  Elma Salinas Ender to serve as judge of a district court in Texas.

AN EVENING OF DISCOVERY AT MARAIS

Le Marais is a historic district in Paris, France. Along the aristocratic district of Paris, it hosts many outstanding buildings of historic and architectural importance. It spreads across parts of the 3rd and 4th arrondissements in Paris. Charming and romantic,…

Teachers Reboot

Getting ready to go back to school is usually comprised of a flurry of activities, purchases, rearranging schedules and the constant draw to spend one more lazy day at the beach, one more evening of stargazing and possibly on last…

The POST Community Calendar

Send your Community Calendar information, including event, date, time, and contact person, to production@thepostnewspaper.net.

Gratitude

I have worked at The Post for a little over a year now. And, while I have spoken several times about my gratitude for the amazing people I meet and the exciting stories I get to write, I have never spoken about the wonderful people I work with. So I want to use this week’s Tidbits to do exactly that.

Page 1 of 4