KSAT Kids: School safety indicator turns green, more students can now return to classroom
San Antonio area school districts received some positive news this week when the Metropolitan Health District lowered its school safety indicator to green -- meaning the city’s positivity rate has now dipped below 5%. And for those students still seeking additional schooling help, the San Antonio Public Library is offering back-to-school resources to help with their lessons. Pickleball junior singles national champion, Wyatt Stone, is determined to grow sportDo you know a classroom or school that is doing amazing work and deserves to be featured in KSAT Kids? KSAT Kids Home Science: How to make alien monster eggs10 ways to celebrate Halloween in San Antonio while social distancingHow can you celebrate Halloween safely in the San Antonio area? (iStockphoto.com/(sjlocke))San Antonio students can score prizes with Spurs What’cha Reading ProgramTeachers in San Antonio and the surrounding areas can now register their classes as part of this year’s Spurs What’cha Reading program, which will take place starting Oct. 19.
Pickleball junior singles national champion, Wyatt Stone, is determined to grow sport
NEW BRAUNFELS – Pickleball is the nation’s fastest growing sport and a New Braunfels' 15-year-old, Wyatt Stone, is determined to be at the forefront of increasing its popularity among youth players. Wyatt, who was first introduced to pickleball just over two years ago in August 2018, has since amassed 32 medals. “Since then it’s just gone way up in my interest in what I’ve wanted to do for pickleball.”Later that same year in November, Wyatt became the USA Pickleball junior singles National Champion for his age division. He works with coach, Matt Laz, an International Pickleball Teaching Professional Association (IPTPA) Director and master teaching professional. He also became an IPTPA Level II certified pickleball teaching professional last summer wanting to grow the love of the sport in others.