A national educational leadership journal has named Amarillo ISD a District of Distinction.
Lol First so there is no confusion and I am a preop male to female transgender (like Caitlin Jenner). I am an old soul with a young spirit, philosopher yet comedian, introverted yet extroverted, seeker of truth and play, intellectual yet a kid at heart, strong personality yet gentle, high and chill energy, ambitious and rambunctious, caring and romantic at heart.
I am going to be getting the bottom surgery done in the next year or so (no later than December of 2017). I am told that I am very kind hearted and very helpful in many different kinds of situations. Family and genuine and true friends are important to me who practices conscious and present, positive healthy, substance free living.
No one tells the whole truth about themselves on online dating sites.
Why would a potential match need to know about your untameable back hair situation or that you secretly loathe pizza?
The Education Equality Index (EEI) looked at data from 55,000 schools in 45 states to determine rankings.
Amarillo ISD Trustees called a 0 million school bond election to be held November 7.
Over the past four months, the Board has reviewed an extensive study of each of AISD’s 55 campuses.
The district’s aging facilities have been a focus because nearly 80 percent of schools are more than 50 years old.
This question is addressed starting with a reconsideration of rock varnish chronometrics as applied to Great Basin, eastern California, petroglyphs.
This demonstrates, conservatively, that the petroglyph tradition began before 11,100 YBP, probably before 12,600 YBP, and potentially in the 14,000 years range.
Although rarely considered, early art has the potential to provide insight into questions that may be obscured by other kinds of evidence, particularly stone tools.