With COVID-19 cases growing exponentially in the northeastern United States, particularly around New York City, nurses and hospital staff there found themselves surrounded by hundreds more patients each day. Overwhelmed medical staff called on the nation for more help.
Teague Elementary School Administrators Crystal Adams and Lisa Pearson drove around late Friday night to put yard signs in their faculty and staff yards. All Teague Elementary School staff woke up to the wonderful surprise on Saturday morning. Photos contributed to the Chronicle
Caps, gowns and invitations will be available for Teague ISD seniors to drive through and pick up in front of the high school today (Thursday, April 16) from 10 to 11 a.m. in front of the high school.
For those that are too close for comfort at home, communities have gotten creative for entertainment. From teachers that arrived in-person to greet students to online communities that keep information aflow, people are together...at a six-foot distance.
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.