Nine Houston ISD business and community partners, Volunteers in Public Schools volunteer George W. Black, and HISD’s State of the Schools event were recently recognized by the Texas Association of Partners in Education.
The winners were announced last week at the Texas Association of School Administrators’ Midwinter Conference and Education Expo in Austin. HISD’s partnership with the Houston Food Bank was one of two partnerships that received the highest honors in all categories.
HISD Strategic Partnership General Manager Caleen Allen said HISD is very proud of its partners for being recognized on the state level. “Their commitment to the district and increasing student achievement is undeniable,” said Allen. “The knowledge, resources and innovative programs they bring to the district continue to make a major difference academically and socially in the lives of our children.”
The Texas Association of Partners in Education provides leadership and expertise for schools, families, businesses, and communities to build partnerships that enhance student success.
Here is a list of the winners:
TAPE Community Partnership Awards
- Academic Impact: Prepared 4 Life
- Career Education: City of Houston
- STEM: Bernard Harris Foundation
- Health Houston Food Bank
- Art Houston Ballet
TAPE Business Partnership Awards
- Career Education Port of Houston Authority
- STEM Comcast
TAPE Partnership Awards
- Mentor Steed Media Group (Rolling Out)
- Volunteer Target
TAPE Special Events Award
- Special Event State of the Schools
TAPE Individual Volunteer Award