Teachers, administrators and staff members from across the Bryan school district gathered for the district’s annual convocation, serving as a sort of pep rally for employees before students return to their classrooms next week.
Schools in Bryan and College Station will begin the 2022-2023 school year in the next few weeks. To help prepare students, teachers and families for the new school year, campuses will host meet the teacher and orientation events.
Twelve Aggies have been selected as the 2022 recipients of the highest honor bestowed upon a former student of Texas A&M University, the Distinguished Alumnus Award. Texas A&M University and The Association of Former Students are proud to welcome as Distinguished Alumni:
Local author Erin Casey is taking children on a new adventure aboard the Titanic in 1912 as she releases the third installment of her “Zany Zia’s Hats to Where” book series.
The Junior League of Bryan-College Station’s annual Stuff the Bus program is rolling this week with stops each night for the rest of the week in both College Station and Bryan and 90 school supply drop boxes at various businesses.
Bryan High School’s Vikings Kicking Out Tobacco organization was recently named the top youth tobacco prevention group in the state.
Students in the Blinn College Adult Education and Literacy Program range in age, education and background, but one thing they have in common is a goal to better themselves.
Over the last two years, Texas’ public education system has been through the wringer, from shifting to online classes and debates about making masks mandatory to the ongoing tensions over how race and sex should be taught in schools to, most recently, the renewed discussion over school safet…
Bryan and College Station school districts are working to implement safety measures for schools mandated by the Texas Education Agency after May’s shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde.
Bryan and College Station school boards will hold trustee elections in November, each with three seats on the ballot.
For the first time in two years, the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History has welcomed students back to its summer camps to learn about nature, animals, the human body, oceans and inventions and inventors.
Carson Seiber was awarded the Royce Hickman Leadership Scholarship by the B-CS Chamber of Commerce at the chamber’s Leadership Luncheon on Thursday at the Stella Hotel in Bryan.
Service remains at the core of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum’s education department, even as a rise in COVID-19 cases has prompted the facility to cancel its public programs and workshops.
The Bryan school board approved hiring Alma Velez as the next principal of Anson Jones Elementary School on Monday.
Bryan native Alfred Scott has been preparing to become principal of the Bryan school district’s new O.W. Sadberry Intermediate School since he began his career in education, learning from each administrator.
The Bryan school board recently approved the hiring of two executive directors, one in the area of special programs and the other for school leadership.
Included among the 50 scholarships worth at least $130,000 to be doled out to high school seniors Saturday at the Hispanic Forum of Bryan-College Station's annual Scholarship Gala, is a very special one.
While it’s been a nationwide trend for families to turn to homeschooling after the classroom moved to families’ living rooms, kitchens and bedrooms during the COVID-19 pandemic, there has not been a sharp increase of homeschool students in the Bryan and College Station districts.
For the next month, Neal Elementary School fourth grade bilingual teacher Agustin Lara will be immersed in the culture of Argentina as one of 16 educators from across the United States selected for an international seminar.
The Bryan school district is offering its one-stop registration event again this month with its second event scheduled for Wednesday.
Title IX is comprised of 37 words, but its impact over 50 years has impacted students throughout the country at all federally funded educational institutions.
The College Station school board approved two compensation plans, one based on the district’s current budget and a second that would be implemented if the board calls for a voter-approved tax ratification election and voters approve the move in November.
The Bryan school board unanimously approved $4 million of proposed salary increases for district personnel at Monday’s monthly meeting.
The Blinn College Foundation recently announced a fully endowed scholarship in honor of former student Chase Stone, who was completing his final year in the school’s veterinary technology program when he died in a train accident in September 2021.
The College Station school board will continue discussions about a voter-approved tax ratification election at its monthly board workshop and meeting Tuesday.
Middle school and incoming high school freshmen from throughout the Brazos Valley and Houston area got hands-on experience this week in a hospital setting at Blinn College’s eighth annual Health Sciences Summer Camp.
Juneteenth festivities kicked off in Brazos County on Wednesday morning at the Lincoln Recreation Center with storyteller Toni Simmons’ presentation “Dancing for Freedom.”
In a special board meeting Monday, the Bryan school district’s board of trustees approved Clay Falls as the district’s next executive director of communications and public affairs.