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Central Texas College (CTC) announced new classes have been added to the fall 2020 semester at its Service Area sites. Registration is now open for eight- and 10-week classes through the CTC WebAdvisor system. The courses will be conducted remotely, using real‐time, synchronous virtual lecture. With this delivery format, class instruction is conducted live online at regularly scheduled days and times.
Don Fowler, Richland Springs Isd Superintendent
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Teachers are ramping up as the school year kicks into full gear in the second six weeks. Teachers are dealing with stressed-out students, nervous parents, demanding administrators, COVID and, you know, a personal life. Students have homework ramping up, some are dealing with college application season, and most students have to deal with wearing face masks, closed-toe shoes instead of summer flipflops. The first semester of school is always busy, and stressful, for all involved. Take a deep breath and relax, Christmas is only three months away.
October 1st - October 8th Thursday, October 1st - Breakfast: Pancake on a Stick Lunch: Chicken Parmesan Salad w/tomatoes Black Beans Fruit Milk Friday, October 2nd - Breakfast: Biscuits and Gravy Lunch: Coyote Chicken Bowl Green Beans Roll Fruit Milk Tuesday, October 6th - Breakfast: Cinnamon Rolls Lunch: Monte Christo Sandwich Zesty Cucumbers Tator Tots Fruit Milk Wednesday, October 7th - Breakfast: French Toast Sticks Lunch: Potato Bowl Baby Carrots Fruit Rolls Milk Thursday, October 8th - Breakfast: Morning Sausage Roll Lunch: Sloppy Joe Salad w/ tomatoes Black Beans Fruit Milk.
Receipts totaled 2,789 head. Demand was good on most of all classes of cattle. The lighter weight stocker steers and heifers sold steady with 4 steers 423 lbs at $186.00 ($786.78). Feeder steers and heifers sold steady. The fleshy 550-750 lbs calves sold $3-$5 lower. Packer cows sold steady, and bulls were $3 lower. Pairs and bred cows sold steady.