Posts From Charlotte Aguilar

Taking care of business: Rep. Davis moves district office as primary looms

access_timeDecember 5, 2017

State Rep. Sarah Davis, a West University Place resident representing District 134, has relocated her district office to an accessible West Loop location, keeping an

West U police release suspects’ photos in brazen robbery of woman

access_timeOctober 17, 2017

West University police are asking for help from the public in locating one assailant and two accomplices responsible for robbing and injuring a woman Saturday

Principal confirms Pershing MS won’t open Monday

access_timeSeptember 8, 2017

Pershing Middle School will not open Monday, but its principal is hopeful that students will be able to start classes in the middle of the

West U ES PTO says ignore HISD: school will start Monday

access_timeSeptember 7, 2017

By Charlotte Aguilar With great fanfare, Houston ISD officials unveiled a new online tool Thursday to help families monitor start dates that will be staggered

HISD start date pushed back again to Sept. 11 — but conditionally

access_timeAugust 31, 2017

By Charlotte Aguilar Houston ISD pushed back the start date for students at its 280 schools Thursday (Aug. 31) to Monday, Sept. 11, although administrators

Harvey extends the summer: HISD announces it won’t open until Sept. 5

access_timeAugust 27, 2017

Houston ISD had already announced it would delay Monday’s start of the school year, but Sunday district officials said that schools and offices would be

Nice job! WUES lands on Texas Honor Roll along with Pershing, Lanier, Pin Oak MS

access_timeApril 28, 2017

West University Elementary School has once again made the Texas Honor Roll of schools displaying high academic achievement, one of 48 Houston ISD schools to

Sexist mudslinging, chapter 2: This time it’s surrogate making charges in West U mayor’s race

access_timeApril 24, 2017

By Charlotte Aguilar As early voting begins in West University municipal elections Monday, a controversy involving reportedly sexist remarks by mayoral candidate Sonny Brandtner, aimed

Lamar HS groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate history, future

access_timeMarch 30, 2017

Representatives from all 80 of Lamar High School’s graduating classes, a former Texas governor, a host of officials and students, staff and faculty are scheduled

Hurry to register: Constable’s rape defense course will be offered in West U

access_timeMarch 3, 2017

Slots are expected to be filled quickly for the Precinct 1 Constable’s 12-hour Rape Aggression Defense Course, which will be offered across four nights in

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