The road to college football has been far from easy for Greg Kelley.
He's Leander's friendly neighborhood Spider-Man!
Leander and Round Rock ISDs are reporting positive cases of COVID-19 on their campuses for both students and staff.
A Burnet High School student was one of the victims in a hit-and-run car crash in Leander and the person responsible is now in custody.
Officials say that inappropriate sexual content was shown to 4th-graders at a Leander Independent School District elementary school as they attended a class held via Zoom.
Starting today, pre-K, kindergarten, 1st grade, 6th grade, 9th grade, special education, students of staff, and those without internet access will start in-person learning if their parents choose
Leander ISD has drafted a three-step phased-in return to school option plan. The school board will consider it Thursday.
Leander has had an ordinance on the books prohibiting camping in parks for years, but now the city council just went an extra step further.
School districts across Central Texas are experiencing a rocky start to the school year, from server capacity issues to lack of internet access for families.
The positive test will not end the option for in-person classes which started August 10, according to Superintendent Tommy Hooker. He did say the district’s quarantine protocol is now in play for the staff member and those who had contact with that person.
The employee had not worked over the summer and has not been on the school's campus since March.
Classes on Thursday, August 13, and Friday, August 14 will be canceled due to an issue with the web content filtering tool that allows students to connect to the internet on their district-provided laptops.
WCSO says there is no further threat to the neighborhood.
Discussions with state officials have failed, so far, to find a clear place between complying with the governor's lockdown order and violating it.
The customers affected by the notice were generally located within the boundaries east of the Travisso neighborhood and west of Toll 183A including the Bryson neighborhood.
The guidelines issued Tuesday by the UIL will add social distancing to this full-contact game.
Teachers don’t want to head back to the classrooms until Travis County re-enters Stage 2.
Under the plan, parents, not school administrators, will give out diplomas and turn tassels.
For graduates, the plan salvages the end of a senior year sidetracked by the pandemic.
Several local fireworks shows are still being scheduled, but to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19 many daytime events are being scaled back or canceled.