Brookshire Brothers stands on the pillars of being good people, serving good food and doing good deeds in the communities where we live and work. The pillars are also what the company uses to judge character in hiring and retaining employees. Jason Walthall manages and runs the Brookshire Brothers location in Teague.
LEFT: Food pickup is available during normal school days of operation at both Teague Elementary and Teague High School. The elementary proves a popular stop for neighborhood students looking to grub out. The meal program is available for those ages 2-18, in support of students that have taken an unexpected hiatus from school. Pictured left to right proudly displaying school breakfast and lunch are Sherry Reves, Jodi Nichols and Esperanza Rodriguez.
In the late afternoon Wednesday, March 25, the Senate and House passed a $2 trillion economic stimulus package that would increase funding for state and local governments, federal agencies and hospitals to help with the response to the COVID-19 crisis.
“We’ve responded to the coronavirus as recommended by the state for our jail facility,” said Sheriff Jeremy Shipley, in response to a question about how the Freestone County Sheriff’s Office is responding to increasing COVID-19 cases nationwide.
In response to a statewide executive order, Teague ISD extended spring break for another week while staff and educators work diligently to prepare both an online curriculum and assemble a meal plan.