Teague ISD teachers have shown concern and care for students no longer attending school in person due to the COVID-19 crisis. From preparing and providing meals for students that depend on it for nutrition, to showing support via parade and online videos, teachers are missing their pupils in the classroom setting.
March has followed suit with January in February in Freestone County, bringing above normal rainfall through the first quarter of the year.
The Teague Police Department recently dismissed rumors about those conducting essential businesses in the City of Teague.
Chadus Garage remains open from 8-5:30 for all your automotive needs, inspections, tires and repairs, upholstery shop remains open also call 254-739-5612
“The last week has been incredibly difficult for our campus. We hugged our kids and told them we will see them in a week; have an amazing spring break… not knowing it’d be longer than just a few days before we would see our kids again,” Teague Elementary Principal Crystal Adams said the week after spring break.