Education

Benjamin Gordon of Palm Beach Shares 3 Tips for Data Integration amid COVID-19

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the question arises of how United States companies are planning to utilize data integration for a strengthened business view. What are they supposed to do? What would be their approach? A consolidated view is imperative for businesses to brave the effects of the corona pandemic. Taking the right steps to ensure a brighter future is extremely crucial. According to an article published on Forbes.com, when disaster consequently impacts […]

Sarahbeth Hartlage on Practical Tips to Wellness for Staying Safe, during COVID-19

COVID-19 has ravaged the entire globe, taking countless lives and affecting millions of others. While many countries have successfully flattened the curve domestically, it is still true the infection has led to panic and anxiety around the world. According to BBC, it is important to attempt to reduce stress during this pandemic. Healthy distractions can help you to take your mind off your stressors. These can include, but are not limited meditation, mindfulness, and cleaning […]

What are the important health measures you should take while going for fishing?

Fishing is getting popularized across the world today due to its amazing health benefits and also the relaxing experience that one can have. Whether you are enjoying fishing from the shore or wish to go for deep-sea fishing trips in Dubai, you will surely experience a great time ahead. Most of the people might have not noticed that the muscle movements are done while pulling up a fish helps you in getting an exercise of […]

Marcus Debaise Throws Light on How Different Business Sectors are Handling COVID-19

The unprecedented ongoing situation caused by COVID-19 has affected both our personal and professional lives. While countries are gradually relaxing lockdown restrictions, they are also encouraging businesses to start opening again by restoring people’s confidence in returning to their normal consumption habits. There are still concerns about the safety and health and the possibilities of regaining the rhythm of lives and livelihoods like the pre-COVID-19 days, says Marcus Debaise, especially regarding the global economy. The […]

COVID-19 and the restaurant business sector – Marc Ravenscroft shares valuable views

So, you heard that your favorite restaurant might remain closed indefinitely! That’s one of the natural fallouts of the global pandemic on the restaurant industry. Since the start of 2020, the world has been witnessing the harsh effects of COVID-19 infection. Gradually, the virus pervaded all across the globe and made life come to a standstill. The government made lockdowns mandatory, keeping only the essential services functional. As the world was gearing up for the […]

Katy ISD Superintendent Appoints New WCJH Principal and Executive Director of Special Education  

KATY [June 29, 2020] – Recently, Katy ISD Superintendent Ken Gregorski promoted two internal campus leaders to new roles across the District.  Dr. Andrew Lowry has been appointed as the new principal of WoodCreek Junior High, while Gwen Coffey was promoted to the Executive Director of Special Education for Katy ISD. Dr. Andrew Lowry has worked for Katy ISD for 14 years in various roles across the District.  He began by teaching and coaching at Cinco […]

Katy ISD Board Approves Two Percent Pay Increase for Employees 

During a time when uncertainties arising from a public health crisis has led to a sea of unknowns for communities across the nation, this past spring Katy ISD teachers and staff forged ahead, connecting with over 84,000 students through innovative instruction and support. Although challenging times are still anticipated in the near future, the Katy ISD Board and superintendent made it a budget priority this school year to ensure teachers and staff would be recognized […]

Learning Spanish? Practice With Libraries’ “Spanish Word Of The Day”

Are you learning to speak Spanish? This summer, Fort Bend County Libraries’ Mission Bend Branch Library will offer an online “Spanish Word of the Day” for individuals who would like to improve their Spanish language knowledge. The next “Spanish Word of the Day” videos will be featured on Fort Bend County Libraries’ online calendar of Virtual Programs on Mondays, July 13 and 27. Library staff will introduce new words or phrases in Spanish, and explain their meanings. View […]

Collaborative for Children launches program for child care centers

Collaborative for Children launches groundbreaking business accelerator program for child care centers Agency awarded $3 million grant from the Texas Workforce Commission to increase the number of quality child care programs statewide Houston, TX (June 29, 2020) – Collaborative for Children has launched the state’s first-ever business accelerator program to help increase the number of quality child care centers and family child care homes across the state, especially in underserved areas, and to strengthen Texas’ […]

Backyard bugging 

Some nature lovers enjoy ladybugs. Some enjoy bees. And some enjoy butterflying.  Creating a habitat for ladybugs, bees, and butterflies takes some knowledge, planning, digging, and planting. But it’s worth the work. And it’s an interesting summer project while you wait on the world to reopen. Don’t forget about the praying mantis and other helpful insects. But first, do some reading and research about your region. Learn more about your local climate, soil conditions, and food […]