Students with autism struggle with at-home learning during pandemic
WESLACO – The process of the not having school can be scary for students with autism. The growing coronavirus pandemic prompted some schools to close indefinitely.
For students with special needs, falling out of routine is difficult.
However, for Nancy Tamez, she believes the pandemic is an opportunity for her son, Raul, to build his own independence.
Watch the video above for the full story.
Agua SUD awarded $6 million for sewer development project
Harlingen police searching for thief who broke into windshield repairman's vehicle
Coronavirus transmission fears increase amid protests
School districts in Hidalgo County participate in 2020 Census competition
STC offering free virtual music courses during summer for teenagers