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Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jun 09, 2011
REPLAY THE VIDEOS:  Watch archived video all eight graduation ceremonies from the SAISD high schools in the video player here. Please join the conversation and celebrate the accomplishments of these young people by watching the video, participating in the chat and coming back for another replay.
Written by Avenida Guadalupe on Jun 09, 2011
The Avenida Guadalupe Association (Avenida) has received a $10,000 contribution from Citibank to fund Avenida’s First-Time Homebuyer/Housing Counseling Assistance Program. Typically funded through the U.S.
Written by Andrew Delgado on May 31, 2011
With help from a grant from U.S. Department of Education, San Antonio school, city and and community leaders joined with residents to create the East Side Promise Neighborhood initiative to collaborate on a plan to expand the opportunities for children to succeed in getting an education from cradle to career. This video is the first in a series to collect the participants' expectations, desires and ideas about how the East Side Promise Neighborhood Initiative will function.
Written by Beth Graham on May 31, 2011
At 9:30 a.m. on Friday, June 3, at the Central Library, Mayor Julián Castro will join San Antonio ISD Superintendent Dr. Robert Durón, Rotary International representative Jim Montgomery, and Library officials for the official kick-off of the 2011 San Antonio Public Library Summer Reading Program.Although this is the second year the Mayor has sponsored Library Summer Reading, this year the program is also an SA2020 initiative. SA2020 is a community-wide effort, begun by Mayor Castro in 2010, to chart San Antonio’s course for the next decade.
Written by Andrew Delgado on May 25, 2011
Some Lamar Elementary School students shared stories with their neighbors about a special hands-on project where they unearthed the history, archaeology and botany of nearby Brackenridge Park. The project was a joint effort between the University of Texas at San Antonio’s Center for Archaeological Research, the Witte Museum and the Brackenridge Conservancy to give students from Lamar and from Hawthorne Academy the opportunity to learn about their world outside the classroom walls.