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District recognizes March’s Associate Teachers of the Month

2019 March 26
by HISD Communications

Human Resources surprised the Associate and Achieve 180 Dedicated Associate Teacher of the Month recipients for March. 

Associate Teacher Tonya Sampson at Meyerland Middle School is recognized as the Associate Teacher of the Month recipient. 

Her most recent efforts in serving as a long-term substitute for both English and Spanish classes didn’t go unnoticed by the campus’ Dean of Students, Claran Johnson.

“Mrs. Sampson went above and beyond in her role as a long-term substitute when she not only helped cover the classes, but guided the newly hired teachers for the classes in getting antiquated with their students and settled into their new role,” Johnson said.

For the Achieve 180 Dedicated Associate Teacher of the Month, HR recognized campus favorite Kayla Jones at Worthing High School.

Jones was recognized for her personalized intervention efforts in helping ELL and special education students improve their academic outcomes.

“Her dedication to student needs and climate culture has been inspiring to witness,” Dean of Instruction RaTaisha Davis said. “ She has a model classroom set up in my office suite, where she conducts small group intervention with students under the guidance of an assistant principal and instructional specialist.” 

The Associate Teacher of the Month and Achieve 180 Dedicated Associate Teacher of the Month is sponsored by Raising Cane’s. Each recipient receives a gift bag of goodies filled with merchant gift cards and swag. 

To nominate an Associate or Achieve 180 Dedicated Associated Teacher of the Month, click here.

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