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BGA School Buses, Inc runs a used school bus dealership. Their customers regularly consist of community based organizations and individuals. From churches, YMCA’s, to youth programs, traveling performers, food delivery programs, elderly care, and many more. They help everyone they can, including dozens of NASCAR fans who converted their buses into race day motorhomes to park in the infield. This need is not generally fulfilled throughout the country as many dealerships simply offer low end, scrap quality vehicles obtained at auction. BGA School Buses, Inc fully inspects, repairs, and services vehicles to make sure that the buses their clients receive are high quality and will last them for years to come. Doing so allows their clients…
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
How Are Charters and District Schools Working Together? In Many Ways
While cooperation between traditional districts and charter schools has deepened in some cities, issues such as facilities, special education services, transportation, and politics remain points of contention between the two sectors in most places.
El Dorado High School seniors graduate
El Dorado High School class of 2017 held its graduation at the Don Haskins Center
2017-18 Bus Routes / Home
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Women's Soccer signee: Cendy Mejia from Indianapolis
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Klein Cain role a homecoming for inaugural athletic coordinator James Clancy
At the helm of the fledgling Cain Football program, acting as campus athletic coordinator for all sports, is former Strake Jesuit head coach James Clancy. Before he took a Crusaders squad that consistently won just three games per season and transformed it into an Area Champion with an 8-5 record and a 5-2 mark in the ruthless 19-6A (Katy ISD), Clancy plied his trade within the very same district to which he now returns. Clancy has vivid, recent memories of high-level success at the school, including a regional semifinal playoff berth. While at Strake, Clancy was simply the head football coach and a member of the faculty, saddled with Social Studies teaching responsibilities. Returning to Klein…