A handful of Aransas Pass Independent School District parents attended a public meeting regarding moving the district’s PK-2nd into H.T. Faulk Elementary and 3rd grade into Charlie Marshall Elementary (CME)
The Aransas Pass Independent School District (APISD) will not only bounce back, but it will bounce forward, said Superintendent Cara Cooke as she presented a State of the District address
AUSTIN – At the direction of Governor Greg Abbott and in light of the governor’s State of Disaster Declaration related to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has been directed to extend the expiration date of Texas identification cards (ID), driver licenses (DL), commercial DLs (CDL) and election identification certificates (EIC). Additionally, the department has been directed to close DL offices, effective Thursday, March 19, until directed to reopen by the governor. These actions come as the state works to limit the ongoing spread of COVID-19 by increasing social distancing in communities.
The Aransas Pass Civic Center has a table set up with information about the census. Even though the Civic Center is closed, it is still important to make sure everyone completes the Census. You can still go online to do the census. Everyone needs to make sure they are counted, as this survey is done only once every 10 years and determines City funding.