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Air Products Donates to GCCISD Education Foundation
07/06/2018


Air Products donates $10,000 to the Goose Creek CISD Education Foundation at the recent ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Air Products steam methane reformer (SMR) at the Covestro LLC Baytown, Texas, Industrial Park. The GCCISD Education Foundation partners with the community to provides resources to enrich teaching, inspire learning and provide opportunities for excellence in education for all GCCISD students. Pictured are (from left) Erika Foster, GCCISD Education Foundation director; Jim Wadzinski, Education Foundation vice president of development; Dr. Klaus Schafer, Covestro chief technology officer; Ronnie Hotchkiss, Education Foundation president-elect; Marie Ffolkes, Air Products president and Randal O’Brien, GCCISD superintendent.

Air Products donates $10,000 to the Goose Creek CISD Education Foundation at the recent ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Air Products steam methane reformer (SMR) at the Covestro LLC Baytown, Texas, Industrial Park. The GCCISD Education Foundation partners with the community to provides resources to enrich teaching, inspire learning and provide opportunities for excellence in education for all GCCISD students. Pictured are (from left) Erika Foster, GCCISD Education Foundation director; Jim Wadzinski, Education Foundation vice president of development; Dr. Klaus Schafer, Covestro chief technology officer; Ronnie Hotchkiss, Education Foundation president-elect; Marie Ffolkes, Air Products president and Randal O’Brien, GCCISD superintendent.

Juan Villegas to Perform in Hungary
07/06/2018

GCM Grad Heads to Choir Competition in Hungary


Juan Villegas, GCM Grad

Juan Villegas, GCM Grad

 

 

By: Susan Passmore

 

A former Goose Creek student is representing the University of Houston Chorale in an international choir competition in Hungary July 3-10. Juan Villegas, a 2015 graduate of Goose Creek Memorial High School, attended Lee College and transferred to UH Main Campus in the fall of 2017 to major in music education. He is one of 32 UH Chorale students selected to perform at the competition.

 

Villegas came up through the GCCISD choir programs at Stephen F. Austin Elementary with choir director Carol Colvin, at Gentry Junior School under the direction of Mireya Mejias and at GCM with choir director Holly Lewallen. He is the son of Juan and Neisa Villegas, a teacher at Dr. Antonio Bañuelos Elementary School.

 

 


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