The number of children who overheated and died inside cars increased across the country last year, and Texas had the highest number of cases.
Now a boy from McKinney has invented what he hopes is a life-saving tool that every parent could use.
Bishop Curry V says he was inspired to create a device he calls “Oasis” after a baby died in a hot minivan last summer outside a home in Melissa.
The home is near the Curry family’s home in McKinney.
One Charlotte, North Carolina, teacher has taken bonding with his students to the next level, coming up with a unique handshake for each student in his classroom. Barry White Jr. teaches fifth-grade literacy at Ashley Park Elementary School, a Title I institution that encourages teachers to find creative ways to engage with their students. “The most critical component is the relationship, the rapport you build with your students because sometimes it can …
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