East Bay K-8 opened their doors to rising first through fourth graders and their families June 22 for a “sneak peek” of the new school.
Furniture arrived earlier that day so cardboard boxes filled parts of the cafeteria and media center, but parents and students didn’t seem to care. Children were eager to take a look inside their new school where they would be spending years to come. Teachers greeted them Tuesday night with welcoming, warm voices.
With the first day of school, Aug. 10, less than two months away, East Bay K-8 is paving the way for students by hosting sneak peeks to show them around their new school.
A Kindergarten Sneak Peek was held June 17 during which incoming kindergarten students and families toured key areas where students and families will be learning and growing together this fall, principal Beth Mosley said.
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Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas, has announced the students achieving the Dean’s List designation for the 2021 spring semester, including Nathaniel Rodriguez of Navarre.
Faith Nicholson spent a lot of time in and out of the hospital last year, unsure of what exactly was wrong with her.
“I was in and out for months. It was bad,” Nicholson said. “They kept testing me. My dad had a feeling it might be COVID, but no one could tell.”