STATE CAPITAL HIGHLIGHTS — While COVID-19 testing, contact tracing, case counts, hospitalizations and deaths increased last week, more and more Texans ventured out of their homes with the deadly coronavirus showing no sign of abatement.
The Groesbeck football players missed three months of school and workouts, like the rest of the state, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In addition to discussing transportation during COVID-19 at their regular meeting on Monday, June 15, Groesbeck ISD school board spent an extensive amount of time considering the Dual Credit and Dual Enrollment opportunities in place at the high school. Navarro administrators Jeanette Underwood, Dean of Dual Credit, and Renae Tribble, Director of Dual Credit addressed the board during the ZOOM video conference call to explain changes to the program in recent years, as well as answer questions from board members.
Limestone County commissioners followed up on the tax-abatement application by Hubbard Wind LLC in their meeting Tuesday, June 23, after hearing from NextEra Energy representatives Melissa Bruni, Brittany Bruce and Trey Hanner.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott told lawmakers Thursday morning that the state’s students will definitely be returning to school in-person this fall.