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Since the Job Corps Caucus was established init has become one of the largest and most influential congressional member organizations for disadvantaged youth on Capitol Hill. Each year, 50, high school dropouts, homeless young adults, young parents and students with learning disabilities enroll in Job Corps. It provides these youth with the tools they need to start at successful career and become financially independent.
The Texas delegation are U. Dimensions are approximate in nature and are not intended for final reference. Brookfield Residential and its affiliates reserve the right to change homesites, floor plans and home prices and make modifications in materials and specifications at any time without prior notice.
Bush is proud to announce an exceptionally rare Stephen F. The Taylors donated Genl. Austin, published by H. Tanner, printed inin memory of Mrs. Brown, who lived in Leon County. No other copy of this map is known to exist, despite several scholarly articles being written on the subject, the most recent study coming from the Library of Congress in as part of the Philip Lee Phillips Map Society. The discovery of this map changes what we know about the cartography of Stephen F.
My father took it out of a small metal lock box he kept in the top of his closet. The pastel colors were bright and I was fascinated with the age of the document and the notations about wild horses, herds of buffalo, and Indian camps.
My dad told me about the Native American burial grounds and the remains of an old fort just outside our little town and my imagination ran wild as I thought about our little piece of land in My father explained that our land was part of a large grant from the Mexican government, long before Texas was a state.
That day, Daddy gave me my first lesson in Texas history. My dad had always wanted the map to go somewhere that it would be taken care of properly, appreciated and available for the people of Texas who were interested in the information it held. At the General Land Office, the map was certain to be well cared for and very likely to be seen and studied again in the future.
It goes to show that history is being updated every day, and in need of constant study. On behalf of our agency, and the people of Texas, we thank Mr.
Taylor for this generous donation. The GLO encourages the public to get involved by donating historic maps and other archival documents, or making donations to the Save Texas History program in order to conserve the historic maps and documents housed at the GLO. The Soil Saver Rebate Program aims to improve soil depth and quality as a means of saving water.
The new rebate program offers rebates for core aeration of lawn areas, topdressing lawn areas with compost, using compost to supplement bed and garden soils and using mulch on beds, gardens and around trees. The rebate program is open to all city of San Marcos water utility customers and allows for hiring contractors to do the work, or doing the work yourself.
The rebate amount is 50 percent of the cost of service and materials, up to the maximum dollar amounts listed. The process is simple — do the work or hire someone to do it for you, then submit a completed rebate application along with itemized receipts and photos of the finished project.
The rebate application and submission information can be found online at www.
Chemical fertilizers are often over-applied and can be hard on your plants. They can also be washed off onto our rivers during rainfall events and contribute to water pollution. Take no more than one-third of the grass blade off when mowing. Contact the Hays County Extension Office at to get your soil test kit.
A few inches of mulch should be applied beneath the drip zone or canopy of the tree, not piled up against the trunk. The city offers free irrigation system evaluations to residential water customers — call Both offices will reopen at 1 p.
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Monday through Friday, with the San Marcos location staying open until 6 p. Have a news tip? Auto loans are subject to credit approval and rates are subject to change. Some restrictions may apply.
Contact our Consumer Lending Center for more details. This is the first major update to the park ordinances in close to five years. Some of the changes simply bring the rules into compliance with new state laws, while others change the way people use the parks.
One of the biggest changes would be to charge non-residents for parking at river parks and potentially at athletic fields during tournaments. The proposed ordinance calls for all parking spaces at the river parks to be designated as paid parking Fridays to Sundays and on all holidays, from the Friday before Easter through Labor Day, 8 a. The fees would be collected by kiosk, meter or an attendant and the money raised would be used to fund to parks department.
Alcohol has been prohibited in parks sincebut the original ordinance included a mandatory warning. The proposed new ordinance removes that requirement, police say that will make it easier for them deal with problems that arise. Charcoal grills will be prohibited if council approves the changes. The parks department says people burning their feet on coals is a common problem and charcoal is a river contaminant.
The city also hopes this will cut down on some of the congestion in the parks. The new rules would become less restrictive on another river contaminant, styrofoam. The proposed rule change would still ban styrofoam coolers but cups and takeout food containers would be allowed. The parks board recommends banning those products at the retail level. Park Rangers say that is hard to prove when someone is just eating lunch in the park. Pets will be prohibited on playgrounds, as will stealing recycling.
The use of spears for fishing will be clarified to allow for the biannual invasive spear fishing tournament. Another new addition to the ordinance is the desire to have events held at park facilities end at 11 p. The parks department says excessive use of alcohol, public intoxication, smoking and littering have become issues at permitted events that continue late into the night. The discussion of the parks ordinance is on the agenda before the 6 p.
That means it is possible that the presentation and discussion could take place before the public has had the opportunity to speak. Ordinances usually require two council meetings before they are approved, so the community will have the chance to weigh in before the potential changes to the rules are approved.
The notices were made public late Friday by Customs and Border Protection, the Homeland Security Department agency that will oversee the project and eventually patrol and maintain the wall.
The proposals are due to the government by March One of the CBP contract requests calls for a solid concrete wall, while the other asks for proposals for a seethrough structure. Both require the wall to sunk at least six feet into the ground and include and foot automated gates for pedestrians and vehicles. This is the second time the Trump administration has asked for private companies to bid on building the wall.
The government has not said where the wall will be built, though the contract notices suggest some pieces of a new wall could replace existing fencing that stretches over about miles of the roughly 2,mile border. The current fencing of mixed construction, including foot steel posts set inches apart that are designed to keep people from crossing and shorter posts that are intended to block cars.
Border Patrol agents are constantly repairing holes in the structure. Trump has long promised that Mexico would pay for the wall, which he has said is necessary to stop the flow of immigrants crossing the border illegally and drug smugglers. An internal report prepared for Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly estimated the cost of building a wall along the entire U.
The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the report has not been made public. It is unclear how soon Congress might act on that request or how much money lawmakers will ultimately approve for the wall. Democrats and some Republicans have said a borderlong wall is unnecessary. The Department of Homeland Security reported earlier this month that the number of border arrests dropped about 44 percent from January to February, the lowest monthly tallies since at the least the start of the budget year.Texas State Powerlifting Championship (Boys) 2018 - Part 1 - SQUATS
Alford said he will take stronger steps than the other outfitters to try to prevent bad behavior. We will have mesh bags. We will preach to them. Many, including Alford, have said those measures are inadequate. If it becomes law, the WORD would still have to be approved by popular vote in affected counties. Roberts, that the Board approve the Superintendent s contract.
Sullivan, seconded by Mr. Roberts, that the Board approve the termination of the employment contract of Nettie Warren for good cause, as shown on pageSection VIII of the agenda, and copied below.
The administration is recommending to terminate the employment of Nettie Warren for good cause. Sullivan, that the Board approve the proposed termination of the employment contract of Ms.
Patricia Rayburn for the good cause reasons discussed in executive session, and further move that Ms. Rayburn be provided notice of this Board s action by the Superintendent. Morgan, that the Board approve the proposed termination of the employment contract of Ms. Mary Sarlls for good cause reasons discussed in executive session, and further move that Ms.
Sarlls be provided notice of this Board s action by the Superintendent. Morgan, that the Board authorize the Superintendent to resolve this matter under terms agreeable to the Superintendent. Morgan, that the Board approve the resignation of Mr.
Eugene Hoyt and the related resolution agreement as discussed in executive session. Sullivan, that the Board approve the professional development leave for Ms. Richardson teaches Conceptual Chemistry and has taught in our district for the past seven years. She has been accepted into the University of Houston s Educational Psychology and Individual Differences doctoral program.
Police Motion by Mrs. Sullivan, that the Board approve the reorganization of a position of Dean of Instruction for Pasadena High School, as shown on pagesSection IV of the agenda, and copied below.
Pasadena High School is currently in its second year as an Academically Unacceptable campus. As part of TEA guidelines, the campus must design and implement a reconstitution plan, which is currently underway. Part of that plan includes a reorganization of administrative personnel. The campus requests permission to have a Dean of Instruction. The Dean of Instruction will provide instructional support to teachers through coaching, curriculum design, and staff development.
Additionally, the Dean of Instruction will provide leadership, coaching and mentoring to teachers, facilitators, counselors and Assistant Principals.
The Dean of Instruction will be from a currently allocated unit. The duties will include but not be limited to the following: Fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the principal in his or her absence.
Overall supervision and coaching of teacher appraisers in regard to implementing teacher intervention plans. Provide leadership and coaching in the area of teacher 19 appraisals.
Conduct weekly instructional leadership meetings with core department heads. Conduct weekly, instructionally focused meetings with Assistant Principals. Individual leadership development coaching with members of the distributive leadership team. Assist the principal in overseeing special projects that directly relate to the vision set forth in the Innovative Redesign Plan. Oversee the continuous design and implementation of the Innovative Redesign Plan Reconstitution Plan in cooperation with the principal.
Develop, implement and organize meaningful, imbedded and on-going staff development that supports the Innovative Redesign Plan in the following areas: Assist the principal in improving community relations.
Other duties as assigned by principal. Mentoring of new teachers. We recommend approval for the reorganization of a position of Dean of Instruction for Pasadena High School. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Chaptera local government may contract or agree with another local government or non-profit organization to perform governmental functions and services, which each is by law authorized to perform.
Also Chapter of the Texas Education Code allows school districts to enter into inter-local contracts to comply with the competitive bidding as required by law.
The purpose of this agreement is to provide professional services of Be A Champion, Inc. The parties hereto agree that it is to their mutual benefit and the benefit of their constituents to enter into this agreement.
The financial implications will be listed in each annual Professional Service Contract as they are presented to the Board of Trustees for approval. Siemens is offering twenty-four South Houston High School students the opportunity to participate in their Transitions program.
This program is a comprehensive educational program that teaches the life and work skills needed to obtain and maintain employment. The selected students will receive instruction at South Houston High School for 4 weeks. The program will include the following Units: Communications Career Preparation Interpersonal Relationships On the Job Self Improvement The program will also pay three teachers for the organization, presentation and administration of the program.
The program will include several local educational field trips and a graduation luncheon. Sullivan, that the Board approve the High School handbook, as shown on pageSection IV of the agenda, and copied below. Each year a High School Handbook committee composed of teachers, school administrators, a nurse and central office administrators are selected to review the handbook for deletions, additions, or modifications to the current handbook.
Revisions in the handbook include: Changes in regulations or district policies Revised Special Education policies Directory information policy Revised state polices for graduation requirements and eligibility Revised state policies for immunization requirements and health procedures Update information on testing dates and programs Other changes involving streamlining verbiage to more effectively convey information Acceptance of the changes to the High School handbook for the school year.
Roberts opposed a portion of page 24 beginning with 9 th graders in and beyond, students must pass all portions of the Exit Level Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills TAKS to participate in the commencement ceremony. Roberts explained that he feels there are some kids that no matter what they do will not be able to pass the TAKS.
He said that is the reason he is voting NO. A copy is in the Superintendent s office. Changes for the PK 8 th grade Student Handbook will include changes in regulations, policies, updated information, and streamlining verbiage to more effectively convey information. Reconstitution Plan, as shown on pagesSection IV of the agenda, and copied below.
Pasadena High School has received an academically unacceptable rating for the second consecutive year. ForPasadena High School was rated as academically unacceptable related to student completion rate for their white subpopulation.
A Campus Intervention Team was formed, and an improvement plan was developed. The process resulted in a substantial increase in the completion of their white subpopulation, and it removed them from their low performing status in this area. However, for the school year Pasadena High School was again the recipient of an academically unacceptable rating based on all students, Hispanic, and economically disadvantaged on the Math TAKS test.
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Start making a list of your plans. Images produced through a CT scan are very informative; it can be used to study all parts of your body such as the head, chest, belly or pelvis. A CT scan captures images of body organs, such as the liver, pancreas, intestines, kidneys, bladder, lungs and heart; and can also be used to study blood vessels, bones and the spinal cord.
An MRI, or magnetic resonance image, is a useful tool in evaluating the spine. An MRI is non-invasive, does not use radiation, and is a more accurate method of disease detection throughout the body. An MRI can be used to find problems such as tumors, bleeding, injury, blood vessel diseases, or infection.
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More Fun than March Madness? Contributed Story The U. Birds of Prey — See live birds of prey, presented by Earthquest, with shows at 11am and 1pm. Fire in the Marsh -- Test your skills with a fire hose and learn what it takes to be a professional wildland firefighter!
Learn how fun crabbing can be! Retrieving Demonstration — Watch some well-trained dogs in action and learn the basics of training, and working with retrievers. Paddling in the Marsh — Learn from the professionals how to paddle a kayak and then test your skills! Be prepared to get wet!!
Duck Calling — Practice your calls with professionals from Cadence Duck Calls and learn how to bring in the birds! Alligators -- TPWD will introduce you to these reptiles that have been around since the time of the dinosaurs.
See them up-close in a large alligator tank! Creative Craft Center — Make crafts you can take home or get your face painted! Live Butterfly Release at 1: Fish and Wildlife Service is the principal federal agency responsible for conserving, protecting and enhancing fish and wildlife, plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.
Wed — Sat Available at both sites, routine studies range from chest x-rays, abdomen x-rays and extremity x-rays to more complex CT Scans of the spine and head.
Services at West Chambers Medical Center in Mont Belvieu are available Monday through Friday, during regular business hours, call to schedule an appointment; walk-ins are always welcome.
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She tied a blue ribbon to the antenna of her car as a way to remember him and to alert her community to the tragedy of child abuse. The Blue Ribbon Campaign has since expanded across the country, and many wear blue ribbons each April in memory of those who have died as a result of child abuse. Our mission is to give hope and care to the children of Liberty and Chambers counties who are victims of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse.
We will foster a working relationship with the governmental agencies of the two counties assigned to protect and defend victims. For more information on child abuse prevention; events and activities scheduled during April; or to schedule our free child abuse presentations or information on Bridgehaven, contact us at or visit our website at www. If you would like to volunteer at any of our events please feel free to contact Meagan Mitchell at mmitchell bridgehavencac.
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