Houston Independent School District honored the 2021-2022 Educators of the Year at its annual banquet on Friday, May 13, at Hilton Americas-Houston.Continue reading
Seven educators have been named as HISD’s 2021-2022 Elementary and Secondary Teachers of the Year finalists, and three teachers have been named the Beginning Teachers of the Year.
The 10 finalists were selected from all 276 schools based on performance and other criteria. Two finalists will be announced as the HISD Teachers of the Year winners for 2021-2022 and will go on to represent the district in Region IV.Continue reading
Superhero-themed banquet to honor teacher and principals of the year
HISD will honor its principals and teachers at a superheroes themed Educators of the Year banquet on Friday, May 20, at the Bayou City Event center. In addition to announcing the elementary and secondary 2016 HISD Teachers of the Year from a select group of 12 finalists, the banquet will recognize the 2015 winners as they “pass the cape” to a new group of honorees.
In the spirit of this year’s theme, we asked the 2015 Principals and Teachers of the Year a few superhero-related questions. Continue reading
Winners to be announced at May 20 Educators of the Year banquet
HISD has announced the finalists for the district’s Elementary and Secondary Teachers of the Year. The two winners, which will go on to represent the district in Region 4, will be announced during the Educators of the Year banquet on Friday, May 20. The twelve finalists were selected from all 283 campuses based on performance data and other criteria.
At the elementary level, the six finalists are:
- Adrienne Glover from Anderson Elementary
- Maria Godoy from Port Houston Elementary
- Melissa Martinez from Sherman Elementary
- Tracy Singleton from Fondren Elementary
- Hillary Smith from DeAnda Elementary
- Ciara Sutton-Rivers from Codwell Elementary
At the secondary level, the six finalists are:
- Christina Carter-Woods from Pershing Middle School
- Jennifer Chase from the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
- Morgan Dewitt from Long Academy
- Valarie Moore from Gregory Lincoln Education Center
- Donald Parker from North Houston Early College High School
- Keavon Runnels from Austin High School
Be sure to help HISD pick the Fan Favorite among the campus-based Teachers of the Year by taking part in our survey. The first round of voting ends at 5 p.m. on May 6. You can vote once per day.
HISD held its fourth annual Celebration of Excellence at the Hilton Americas Hotel on May 15, 2015, and one of the evening’s most exciting moments came when the district’s Elementary and Secondary Teachers of the Year were announced.
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Robert Uzick, a fourth-grade teacher at Cunningham Elementary School, and Jessica Joseph, a sixth-grade math teacher at Hogg Middle School, have been named the winners of these awards for 2015. Continue reading
Three HISD science teachers to receive awards of up to $6,000
Three secondary science teachers in the Houston Independent School District will receive the KBR 2013 Teacher of the Year award on Friday.
This annual contest selects science teachers for this award based on their ability to increase student achievement in science and effectively engage students in the classroom, among other criteria. The winners are awarded $6,000, $4,000 and $2,000 respectively for first, second and third place.
Who: KBR Corporate Giving Supervisor Marolynne Huber, HISD administrators and science teachers
What: KBR 2013 Science Teacher of the Year awards ceremony
When: Friday, May 24th 11:30 – 1:00 p.m.
Where: Junior League of Houston, 1811 Briar Oaks Lane, Houston, TX 77027
Twenty-two elementary and secondary teachers among finalists
Teachers from all 276 HISD schools, including the 22 finalists for the districtwide teacher of the year award, will be at the annual HISD Celebration of Excellence today at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
HISD will announce the two 2013 Teachers of the Year, and each winner will receive $5,000, a plaque, and a custom made ring from Herff Jones Graduation Center. The principals, assistant principals, first-year principal and first-year teachers of the year and employees of the month will also be recognized.
Click here to read more about the 22 finalists for Teacher of the Year.
Who: HISD Board of Education Trustees, HISD Superintendent Terry Grier, principals, teachers and staff
What: Team HISD Celebration of Excellence ceremony honoring the 2013 Teachers of the Year
When: Tuesday, May 21 at 6p.m.
Where: George R. Brown Convention Center, Grand Ballroom, 1001 Avenida de las Americas, Houston
Teachers of the year from all 276 HISD schools will walk the red carpet on Tuesday, May 21, 2013, at the annual HISD Celebration of Excellence at the George R. Brown Convention Center. Joining them will be the 22 finalists for the districtwide teacher of the year, along with the beginning teachers of the year, the principals and assistant principals of the year, first-year principals of the year and the employees of the month.
Even if you are not planning to attend, you can catch live coverage on Facebook. We’ll be taking and posting photos of attendees in their snazziest duds on the red carpet, so be sure to like us at facebook.com/houstonisd.
HISD is recognizing its most dedicated staff members—including the Elementary and Secondary Teachers of the Year—at the Team HISD Celebration of Excellence at the Hilton Americas Hotel downtown. The program, which honors the year’s Employee’s of the Month, as well as Elementary and Secondary Teachers of the Year, also features KPRC-Channel 2 Chief Meteorologist Frank Billingsley as emcee.
The Houston Independent School District will announce the 2011-2012 Teachers of the Year tonight during a Celebration of Excellence recognition ceremony. The winners will receive $5,000, a plaque, and a custom made ring from Herff Jones Graduation Center. The Principals of the Year and the Employees of the Month will also be recognized. View live coverage of the event at houstonisd.org
Who: HISD Board of Education Trustees, Superintendent Terry Grier,2011-2012 Principals of the Year, Employees
of the Month, Elementary Teacher of the Year Nominees for 2011-2012:
- Ashley Moteil – Lyons Elementary School
- Ana Lentz – Pilgrim Academy
- Nanette Musters – Mark Twain Elementary School
- Selene Rogers – Windsor Village Elementary School
- Maria Godoy – Port Houston Elementary School
- Lindsey MacLeod – Oak Forest Elementary School
- Benjamin Glover – Gallegos Elementary School
- Susan (Kim) O’Reilly – Roberts Elementary School
- Alaster Gaines – Crawford-Sherman Elementary School
- Cecily Stevens – The School at St. George Place
- Martha Garcia – Herrera Elementary School
- Ernie Bainbridge – Walnut Bend Elementary School
Secondary Teacher of the Year Nominees for 2011-2012:
- Timothy Daponte – Reagan High School
- Qian Zhang – DeBakey High School
- Tarhonda Greer – Jones High School
- Modesto Mendoza – Devry/CLC
- Mildred Williams – Hope Academy
- Margarita Castro – Madison High School
- Darryl Tricksey – Fondren Middle School
- Brian Gaston – Hogg Middle School
- Neda Khan – Black Middle School
- Camula Stanfield – Pershing Middle School
What: Team HISD Celebration of Excellence recognition ceremony honoring 2011-2012 Teachers of the Year, Principals of the Year, and Employees of the Month
When: Thursday, May 24 at 6:45 p.m.
Where: Hilton Americas Hotel
Ballrooms of America
1600 Lamar Street