GenTX Day returned to the Lone Star State for its second year today and all HISD students and employees were encouraged to show their support by wearing their favorite college T-shirt.
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GenTX Day will be returning to the Lone Star State for its second year on May 4, 2012, and Superintendent Terry Grier is encouraging all HISD students and employees to show their support by wearing their favorite college T-shirt that day.
Generation TX (pronounced “Generation Texas”) is a statewide movement supported by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board that is focused on building a college-going and career-ready culture.
Last year, Generation TX held its first statewide GenTX Day celebrating the achievements of Texas students, especially graduating seniors who are continuing their education beyond high school.
To learn more about how to participate in this year’s GenTX Day and access free GenTX Day kits and materials, visit http://gentx.org/gentxday.
What: HISD’s Davis High School will be promoting the upcoming GenTX Day (Friday, May 4) during a campus news conference. All students, staff, teachers and community members in attendance will be showing their support for the students of Generation TX by wearing their favorite college T-shirt. The purpose of this event is to create a culture of college and career readiness that leads to the most successful generation ever.
Who: HISD Board Member Anna Eastman, Davis High School Principal Jaime Castaneda, and students from Ketelson Elementary, Marshall Middle School and Davis High School
When: Monday, April 30, 10:30a.m.
Where: Davis High School, 1101 Quitman