School officials are expecting to receive nearly $13.5 million in Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funding, and are focusing on how they’ll best be able to put those to use supporting students and faculty during the COVID-19 recovery. They’ve also decided not to offer remote instruction for the upcoming year.
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While the holiday break might have contributed to a case jump for Brazosport and Sweeny ISD school districts, numbers for Angleton, Columbia-Brazoria and Danbury ISDs do not yet appear to be especially high as districts wrap up the first week back to school.
Four more people have died from COVID-19, Brazoria County officials reported Tuesday evening. While Tuesday’s count is the highest reported since Sept. 11, numbers in local schools remain fairly low, according to information from BISD, C-BISD, Angleton ISD and Sweeny ISD.
At the high school level, there are 13 students that are having a difficult time graduating, and officials are reaching out to bring those students back to school, Columbia High School Principal Scott Moody shared during the school board meeting Tuesday. Trustees also voted to approve a staff compensation and to deny a historical property tax exemption.
More than 400 eighth-grade students took over Brazosport College on Friday to learn about different career paths would help them choose a track once they enter high school, organizers of the Junior Achievement ‘It’s My Future’ program said.