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
My name is Kody Fahrenthold and I am seeking the office of Precinct 6 Constable. I am a resident of Ingleside and I am currently a second generation San Patricio County Sheriffs Deputy. I hold an advanced peace officers license and have over 2400 hours of continuing education. I also hold a law enforcement instructor certification, mental health peace officer, marine safety enforcement officer, EMT, and firefighter. I started my career in 2006 as a dispatcher at the Aransas Pass Police Department. In 2010 I attended the Del Mar regional police academy and obtained my peace officers license. My goal in becoming constable is to go beyond the constitutionally required duties and provide law enforcement services to our communities, with the growth in our area we are seeing an increase in crime that needs to be addressed. I fully intend on being active in our community Events and functions as well as our schools. I will serve in a full time capacity placing the needs of our citizens first.
Love was in the air during last Friday, Valentine’s Day, at APHS. Tears and hugs were flowing as five seniors were awarded scholarships from the Janet and Bob Loeffler Charitable Foundation. The total amount of these scholarships was approximately $137,000.00! This money will be spent wisely at Texas A&M Corpus, Texas A&M Kingsville, Del Mar College and The Craft Training Center. All the parents and their students were extremely proud of themselves and grateful that two Aransas Pass alumni and their committee members helped start these students on the path toward fulfilling their dreams.