Series of Conversations Between the CAST Community and San Antonio Leaders.
CAST LIVE is a series of conversations between the CAST school community and San Antonio leaders. Guests share their stories of hope and resilience while answering questions from both students and educators.
David Robinson Jr. joined students, educators and parents for CAST LIVE and led a discussion on the digital divide in San Antonio. As learning moved virtually to help slow the spread of COVID-19, many students lacked the necessary broadband services to access online learning tools and lessons. Students from low income households or rural areas
The uncertainty created by COVID-19 continues to impact the everyday lives of families across our community, including our young learners. Dr. Margaret R. Mauzé joined us for CAST LIVE and shared her insights on how to identify the impact of the pandemic in our daily lives and to define ways to cope with stress, change,
Mya, a rising freshman at CAST Lead High School, moderated a CAST LIVE panel discussion about what it’s like to be a student at CAST. The panel consisted of a representative from each CAST Network School. Spots are still available at all CAST schools. Click here for more details. Moderator: Mya,
The Resiliency of Our School Districts: Q&A with Superintendent Pedro Martinez (SAISD), Superintendent Lloyd Verstuyft (SWISD) and Superintendent Roland Toscano (ECISD)
CAST schools are a network of 5 partnership schools in three school districts. CAST Tech, CAST Med and the Advanced Learning Academy are based in the San Antonio Independent School District. CAST STEM is based in the Southwest Independent School District. Our newest partner, East Central Independent School District, is home to CAST Lead, which
Dr. Barbara Taylor, COVID-19 Q&A with students from CAST Schools and the Young Women’s Leadership Academy
In partnership with the Young Women’s Leadership Academy, CAST schools hosted a special edition of CAST LIVE with Dr. Barbara Taylor. The Q&A session focused on answering questions from students regarding COVID-19. Dr. Barbara Taylor Dr. Taylor is an Associate Professor of Infectious Diseases and the Assistant Dean for the MD/MPH Program at UT Health
Cassidy Fritts, Visual Arts Instructor at SAY Sí, joined us for CAST LIVE where she guided CAST students and educators through a step-by-step walkthrough on how to make their own MINI ZINE. Her personal story of hope and resilience taught us about the power of art as a mechanism for reflection, connectedness and healing. Her
Embracing Realities to Achieve Positive Outcomes H-E-B Embodies True Leadership The spread of the coronavirus has pushed us all to rethink and reinvent how we approach everyday tasks. This includes how we shop for our essentials. Mike Georgoff, Chief Product Officer at H-E-B Digital, shared how H-E-B, and how he personally, has dealt with the