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Lauren Mailhiot named new principal of Reagan K-8 Campus

Lauren Mailhiot

Lauren Mailhiot has been selected as the new principal for Reagan K-8.  Mailhiot most recently served as principal at DeAnda Elementary School.

She began her career in 2009 as a fifth-grade teacher at Neff Elementary School. Under her leadership, DeAnda was named an A-Rated Campus with all Distinctions, America’s Best Urban School 2020, and Ranked #1 Gold Ribbon School for Children At-Risk 2019. She was also selected as the South Area Office Principal of the Year in 2020.  She earned her Bachelor of Science  in Communications from the University of Michigan, and her Master of Education from the University of Houston. 

Young scholars rewarded for meeting literacy goals

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Usually, the benefits of reading include a bigger vocabulary, greater word comprehension, and better conversation skills, but dozens of HISD students received a different type of reward recently from two of the district’s community partners for focusing on literacy over the summer.

Most of the students were recognized for participating in the district’s Extended Primary Year program, which was offered at 29 elementary schools.

“The HISD Literacy Team joined forces with Strategic Partnerships and Elves & More to award bicycles to 100 children who met their literacy goals, had excellent attendance and conduct, and exemplified a can-do attitude,” explained Literacy Director Cindy Puryear. “The Literacy Team will partner with Elves & More again this holiday season to reward more that 7,000 scholars for their hard work and determination. One thousand of those will be rewarded for meeting or exceeding their literacy goals.” Continue reading

Countdown to 2014-2015: What’s new in HISD #5 — Dual-language programs expanding to 14 more schools

This is the sixth in a series of stories counting down to the start of school, spotlighting what is new in HISD in the coming year.

When the school bells sound Monday in HISD, 14 additional elementary campuses will be conducting classes in two languages, as the district expands its successful dual-language program to a total of 32 schools.

The structure offers foreign language immersion for English-speaking students and a bilingual program for Spanish speakers.

The expansion process started a year ago, when all HISD elementary schools were invited to apply for the successful program. Those chosen have spent months preparing. HISD has a six-year plan to turn at least half its elementary campuses into dual-language schools by 2020. Continue reading

HISD to Dedicate Billy Reagan K-8 Educational Center

HISD Superintendent Terry Grier and Former HISD Superintendent  Dr. Billy Reagan to Deliver Remarks

Community leaders, students, administrators, and staff will join HISD Superintendent Terry Grier, Board of Education Trustee Larry Marshall and former HISD superintendent Dr. Billy Reagan at the official dedication ceremony for the new Billy Reagan K-8 Educational Center on Wednesday, January 16 at 10 a.m. at 4842 Anderson Road.

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