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Get ready to party! Scholars and Scoundrels hosts its second quarterly parking lot party, which includes a live DJ, dunk booth, slip ‘n slide, water guns and the first adult water balloon tournament with up to $2,000 in prizes. June 2 Noon-8 p.m. Free (event), $25 (five-person team in water balloon tournament). Scholars and Scoundrels, 1251 Pin Oak Road, Ste. 141, Katy.
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The Katy ISD Education Foundation recently announced its seventh year of Inspiring Imagination teacher grant recipients. More than 350 Katy ISD teachers at 43 different campuses were chosen for grants this year. Grant activities range from school gardens to robotics and extend to all subjects and grade levels. Funding will be provided for the 2019-2020 school year. More than $330,000 has been READ MORE »
Two new models are now open in the Falls at Green Meadows, Friendswood Development Company’s master-planned community in the heart of Katy. Westin Homes has joined the builder team and recently opened a decorated model in the newest section of the community minutes from Interstate 10. Next door is Lennar Homes’ new model and one of the builder’s latest designs.
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Here's an idea for summer fun! Krowd Kombat opened recently at 5446 First St. Within the 12,000-square-foot facility, the business combines paint ball-style activities with Laser guns. Krowd Kombat provides guests with realistic combat weapons and tactical gear through 21 different missions on a indoor interactive battlefield. During open play times, children under the age of 13 are not READ MORE »
Katy ISD will be represented in 22 events at the UIL state track and field championships, May this weekend at the University of Texas’ Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin. Included are a few of the top seeds in Class 6A, as well as Paetow’s first two state qualifiers. Congrats to all of the KISD athletes competing!
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The Bowery House and Gardens at Seven Oaks held its first event March 30 at 24902 Franz Road, Katy, The Bowery House offers indoor and outdoor venues for every occasion. The first floor features The Courtyard, a covered venue with plush bridal and groom suites, restroom facilities and a catering kitchen. Take the elevator to The Gallery, a second floor reception/presentation hall with large READ MORE »
Katy Independent School District is now known as the number one school district in the nation when it comes to expanding access to, and increasing performance in, Advanced Placement (AP) courses! Today, Katy ISD was named the College Board Advanced Placement® Large District of the Year. Elected officials, students, teachers, district administration, and the College Board leadership, were all READ MORE »
Choices in medical care are about to increase. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas in partnership with Sanitas USA will open a primary care medical center at 2610 N. Mason Road, Katy. The location—along with nine others in the Houston and Dallas areas—is expected to begin accepting appointments on Jan. 1, 2020. The clinic is meant to increase primary care services and address health care gaps READ MORE »
The Katy community of Falls at Green Meadows hosted a Burgers & Brews event on Saturday, April 13 at the community Rec Center, as part of Friendswood Development Company's month-long Discovery New Home Tour. Residents and prospective homebuyers enjoyed burgers from The Burger Joint; craft beer by Tomball-area brewery The Bearded Fox; and a variety of kids' activities including a bungee READ MORE »
Katy Independent School District is celebrating a rare feat: 15 of its high school students recently found out that they obtained a perfect score, a 36, on the ACT exam. Not only is this a major achievement for the district but it's a rare one as well, considering that less than .1 percent of all test takers earn the top score. Only 3,741 out of the nearly 2.1 million students who took the READ MORE »