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Summer 2018 Journal
08/30/2018
August 2018 Journal
Ranger Rumble 85th Legislative Session  RSS Feed (opens in a new window) A Positive Start to Our 100th Anniversary Opening of New Agriscience Center Patients ER is MVP Sponsor for All Star Gala Chick-fil-A Leader Academy and GCM Featured on Great Day Houston GCCISD Grads Return as Teachers CRCU Website

Chick-fil-A Leader Academy and GCM Featured on Great Day Houston
08/14/2018

Kelley Start (right), CTE specialist at Goose Creek Memorial High School and Leader Academy sponsor, prepares for an interview for “Great Day Houston” at the KHOU-TV studio with (from left) Debra Duncan, host; Taylor Henckel, Javonna Roach and Susan Harper from Chick-fil-A and the Chick-fil-A cows.
Students from GCM won the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy 2017 Do Good December contest with an activity from their Global Business Academy Capstone Project involving a video of “12 Gifts of Christmas.” Gifts were given to families in need to brighten their holidays. The segment will air Tuesday, August 14, at  9 a.m. on Channel 11.

 

Kelley Start (right), CTE specialist at Goose Creek Memorial High School and Leader Academy sponsor, prepares for an interview for “Great Day Houston” at the KHOU-TV studio with (from left) Debra Duncan, host; Taylor Henckel, Javonna Roach and Susan Harper from Chick-fil-A and the Chick-fil-A cows. Students from GCM won the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy 2017 Do Good December contest with an activity from their Global Business Academy Capstone Project involving a video of “12 Gifts of Christmas.” Gifts were given to families in need to brighten their holidays. The segment aired Tuesday, August 14, at 9 a.m. on Channel 11.

 


LPAC Administrators of the Year
08/13/2018

Pilar Moreno-Recio (right), director of bilingual education, presents a certificate to Adrienne Tesar, assistant principal at Travis Elementary, who was selected as the Elementary Language Proficiency Assessment Committee (LPAC) Administrator of the Year for Goose Creek CISD.

 

Pilar Moreno-Recio (right), director of bilingual education, presents a certificate to Adrienne Tesar, assistant principal at Travis Elementary, who was selected as the Elementary Language Proficiency Assessment Committee (LPAC) Administrator of the Year for Goose Creek CISD.

 


 


Pilar Moreno-Recio (right), director of bilingual education, recognizes Redolfo “Rudy” Rocha, assistant principal at Robert E. Lee High School, as Goose Creek CISD’s Secondary Language Proficiency Assessment Committee (LPAC) Administrator of the Year.

 

Pilar Moreno-Recio (right), director of bilingual education, recognizes Redolfo “Rudy” Rocha, assistant principal at Robert E. Lee High School, as Goose Creek CISD’s Secondary Language Proficiency Assessment Committee (LPAC) Administrator of the Year.

 


GCCISD Grads Return as Teachers
08/10/2018

 


Goose Creek CISD grads return to the district as new elementary teachers for the 2018-19 school year.

Photo by Carrie Pryor-Newman

 

Goose Creek CISD grads return to the district as new elementary teachers for the 2018-19 school year.

 

 


 

 


Graduates from Goose Creek CISD schools will give back to the community as secondary teachers

Photo by Carrie Pryor-Newman

 

Graduates from Goose Creek CISD schools will give back to the community as secondary teachers

 


CRCU Donates iPads for Two New Teachers
08/10/2018


Community Resource Credit Union representatives Yvonne Silva (left) and Macie Schubert (right), joined by Randal O’Brien (second from right), Goose Creek CISD superintendent, present iPads to lucky drawing winners, who also are new GCCISD teachers
Maria Zuniga from Bañuelos Elementary and April Campese from Lamar Elementary.

Photo by Carrie Pryor-Newman

 

Community Resource Credit Union representatives Yvonne Silva (left) and Macie Schubert (right), joined by Randal O’Brien (second from right), Goose Creek CISD superintendent, present iPads to lucky drawing winners, who also are new GCCISD teachers Maria Zuniga from Bañuelos Elementary and April Campese from Lamar Elementary.

 


New Teacher Vendor Fair
08/10/2018

New Goose Creek CISD teachers Chad Promise (left) and Marianna Hammel discuss furthering their education with Jessica Halter, Lamar University Academic Partnerships representative, at the recent New Teacher Vendor Fair.

Photo by Susan Passmore

 

New Goose Creek CISD teachers Chad Promise (left) and Marianna Hammel discuss furthering their education with Jessica Halter, Lamar University Academic Partnerships representative, at the recent New Teacher Vendor Fair.

 


 


Adelina Gomez-Abshire (left) from Beacon Federal Credit Union talks with new Goose Creek CISD teachers at the recent New Teacher Vendor Fair held at Highlands Junior School.

Photo by Susan Passmore

 

Adelina Gomez-Abshire (left) from Beacon Federal Credit Union talks with new Goose Creek CISD teachers at the recent New Teacher Vendor Fair held at Highlands Junior School.

 


New School Year Starts With New Teacher Breakfast
08/08/2018


Randal O’Brien (right), Goose Creek CISD superintendent, with Gary Guy, Highlands Junior School principal, welcomes Brandi Vanderbilt (left) and other new HJS teachers to Goose Creek CISD at the New Teacher Breakfast.

Photo by Carrie Pryor-Newman

 

Randal O’Brien (right), Goose Creek CISD superintendent, with Gary Guy, Highlands Junior School principal, welcomes Brandi Vanderbilt (left) and other new HJS teachers to Goose Creek CISD at the New Teacher Breakfast.

 

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Opening of New Agriscience Center
08/07/2018

 


Dr. Anthony Price (middle), Goose Creek CISD deputy superintendent, presents the keys to the new Agriscience Center to FFA members (from left) Isaiah Gomez and Shannon Schamp, Stuart Career Tech High School; Ashley Ybanez and Kaylee Dahlquist, Ross S. Sterling High School;  Laney Lawley, Hannah Humphrey and  Isabella Garzoria, Goose Creek Memorial High School and Raelynn Dempsey, Emily Arabie and Korbin Parks, Robert E. Lee High School. The new facility at 8312 John Martin Road, which houses classrooms, a practice arena and pens for pigs, goats, sheet and cattle, will be used by nearly 1,000 students from four high schools in GCCISD. The grand opening ceremony is scheduled for September 29, at 10 a.m. For sponsorship opportunities, contact Kenny Rogers at kenneth.rogers@gccisd.net or call 281-420-4500, ext. 84414.

Photo by Carrie Pryor-Newman

 

Dr. Anthony Price (middle), Goose Creek CISD deputy superintendent, presents the keys to the new Agriscience Center to FFA members (from left) Isaiah Gomez and Shannon Schamp, Stuart Career Tech High School; Ashley Ybanez and Kaylee Dahlquist, Ross S. Sterling High School; Laney Lawley, Hannah Humphrey and Isabella Garzoria, Goose Creek Memorial High School and Raelynn Dempsey, Emily Arabie and Korbin Parks, Robert E. Lee High School. The new facility at 8312 John Martin Road, which houses classrooms, a practice arena and pens for pigs, goats, sheet and cattle, will be used by nearly 1,000 students from four high schools in GCCISD. The grand opening ceremony is scheduled for September 29 at 10 a.m. For sponsorship opportunities, contact Kenny Rogers at kenneth.rogers@gccisd.net or call 281-420-4500, ext. 84414.

 


Ranger Rumble Kicks Off 2018 Football Season
08/02/2018

Ross S. Sterling High School held the first Ranger Rumble to kick off the 2018 football season, Pizza, dessert, games and teambuilding were highlights of the event, sponsored by Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital.

 



Ross S. Sterling High School held the first Ranger Rumble to kick off the 2018 football season, Pizza, dessert, games and teambuilding were highlights of the event, sponsored by Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital.

 



Ross S. Sterling High School held the first Ranger Rumble to kick off the 2018 football season, Pizza, dessert, games and teambuilding were highlights of the event, sponsored by Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital.

 

Ross S. Sterling High School held the first Ranger Rumble to kick off the 2018 football season, Pizza, dessert, games and teambuilding were highlights of the event, sponsored by Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital.

 


Patients ER is MVP Sponsor for All Star Gala
08/01/2018

Jeanne Shipp, Patients ER founding partner (second from right) and Ashley Shibley, Patients ER marketing director (second from left), present a check for $15,000 to Erika Foster (left), Goose Creek CISD Education Foundation director (left) and Ronnie Hotchkiss, GCCISD Education Foundation president-elect, as MVP Sponsors of the upcoming All Star Gala. The event will be held September 29 at Minute Maid Park, hosted by KHOU celebrities Chita Craft, meteorologist, and Jason Bristol, sports anchor. Sponsorships, ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 are still available, and individual tickets are $200, with a $50 discount for district employees.  For more information, visit www.bit.ly/GCCISDAllStarGala  or email Erika Foster at erika.foster@gccisd.net.

 

Jeanne Shipp, Patients ER founding partner (second from right) and Ashley Shibley, Patients ER marketing director (second from left), present a check for $15,000 to Erika Foster (left), Goose Creek CISD Education Foundation director (left) and Ronnie Hotchkiss, GCCISD Education Foundation president-elect, as MVP Sponsors of the upcoming All Star Gala. The event will be held September 29 at Minute Maid Park, hosted by KHOU celebrities Chita Craft, meteorologist, and Jason Bristol, sports anchor. Sponsorships, ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 are still available, and individual tickets are $200, with a $50 discount for district employees. For more information, visit www.bit.ly/GCCISDAllStarGala or email Erika Foster at erika.foster@gccisd.net.

 


Pre-kindergarten registration held at RSS
08/01/2018

 


Barbara Sauceda shows off her new lunch kit as she waits in line at Ross S. Sterling High School to register for pre-kindergarten.

Photo by Susan Passmore

 

Barbara Sauceda shows off her new lunch kit as she waits in line at Ross S. Sterling High School to register for pre-kindergarten.

 


 


Adrian Santos uses his tablet while his mother registers him for pre-kindergarten during the three-day registration held at Ross S. Sterling High School.

Photo by Susan Passmore

 

Adrian Santos uses his tablet while his mother registers him for pre-kindergarten during the three-day registration held at Ross S. Sterling High School.

 


 


Aaliyah Pena (left) and Adrian Santos enjoy their snacks as they wait in line at Ross S. Sterling High School to register for pre-kindergarten.

Photo by Susan Passmore

 

Aaliyah Peña (left) and Adrian Santos enjoy their snacks as they wait in line at Ross S. Sterling High School to register for pre-kindergarten.

 


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