Life School Upgrades Systems to Provide Families with Two Learning Options in 2020-21

Red Oak, TX - COVID-19 and school closures in the spring understandably left some parents feeling uncertain and apprehensive for the start of the upcoming school year. While some families are eager for their child to return to on-campus learning, other families have concerns due to COVID-19.

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Life School Announces Realignment of Roles Within Academics Department, School Leadership

Red Oak, TX - Life School recently announced the realignment of several roles within its academics department, including the consolidation of the Director of Curriculum and Instruction and Central Office Liaison into a Director of Elementary Leading and Learning and a Director of Secondary Leading and Learning.

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TSTC Hosts Drive-In Celebration for Spring Graduates

Red Oak, TX - Texas State Technical College's North Texas campus honored its spring graduates Friday with a drive-in celebration.  "Our students have persevered through a very hard situation, so we wanted to commend them for their efforts," said Tara Odom, TSTC's campus enrollment executive.

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TSTC, City of Ennis Poised for Productive Future

Red Oak, TX - More than 20 miles separate the city of Ennis from Texas State Technical College's North Texas campus in Red Oak in Ellis County. Ennis can count more than 3.6 million workers within a 60-mile radius of the city.

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Life School Teachers Host Drive-Through Summer Send-Off for Students

Red Oak, TX - At Life School Red Oak (LSRO) Elementary, teachers, staff, and families reconnected through a summer send-off drive-through parade on Friday, May 22.  Though the school year ended with an unexpected turn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the LSRO school spirit was strong as staff adopted the social media trend of drive-through parades to celebrate their students’ resilience.

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Message from the Red Oak Police Chief

Red Oak, TX - I don’t know one police officer who isn’t filled with a combination of rage, disappointment and embarrassment after watching the video of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Add to that the many protests and injuries to officers and civilians around the country, and it’s enough to leave even the toughest cops in a puddle of despair.

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TSTC Candidate for Graduation Lands IT Job in Dallas

Red Oak, TX - Daryl Golden of Waxahachie worked in sales for a decade but felt he could do more in his life. And, the direction he took led to Texas State Technical College.

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ROISD celebrates Parent of the Year recipients

Red Oak, TX - While remote/distant learning during the coronavirus concerns continues, Red Oak ISD wants to celebrate, now more than ever, its amazing Red Oak ISD parents with its annual Parent of the Year awards.

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Covid-19 Case Analysis as of April 6

Red Oak, TX - Covid-19 Case Analysis-The following data as of April 6, 2020.  We are currently 128 days into this since its inception in Wuhan, China.

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8 Red Oak Firefighters Quarantined As Another Awaits Coronavirus Test Results

Red Oak, TX - Several Red Oak firefighters are in quarantine as one of them awaits his coronavirus test results.  Fire Chief Ben Blanton said that one of his men started showing symptoms of illness after reporting to work. He recently traveled outside of the country, too.

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