[photoshelter-gallery g_id=”G00003DNg_8lm4O4″ g_name=”20170504-Asian-Pacific-American-Heritage-Celeb” width=”600″ f_fullscreen=”t” bgtrans=”t” pho_credit=”iptc” twoup=”f” f_bbar=”t” f_bbarbig=”f” fsvis=”f” f_show_caption=”t” crop=”f” f_enable_embed_btn=”t” f_htmllinks=”t” f_l=”t” f_send_to_friend_btn=”f” f_show_slidenum=”t” f_topbar=”f” f_show_watermark=”t” img_title=”casc” linkdest=”c” trans=”xfade” target=”_self” tbs=”5000″ f_link=”t” f_smooth=”f” f_mtrx=”t” f_ap=”t” f_up=”f” height=”400″ btype=”old” bcolor=”#CCCCCC” ]
HISD kicked off Asian Pacific American Heritage Month on Thursday, May 4, at Kim Son restaurant with an extravaganza of color and entertainment. The Asian-Pacific American Heritage Celebration featured performances, awards, and the traditional dragon dance.
Campuses receive every distinction designation available from the state.
Twenty-nine schools from across the Houston Independent School District earned the maximum number of distinction designations from the state for their top performance throughout the 2014-2015 school year.
The campuses – 17 elementary schools, six middle schools and six high schools – earned every distinction designation awarded by the Texas Education Agency. Schools are eligible for distinctions if they are rated as having “Met Standard” — the highest rating under the state accountability system — and meet various other performance standards.
This entry was posted in
Accountability, Achievement/Recognition, Assessment, Elementary Schools, High Schools, Middle Schools, News, STAAR and tagged Accountability, Accountability Ratings, Bellaire HS, Bush ES, Carrillo ES, Challenge Early College HS, Condit ES, CVHS, De Chaumes ES, De Zavala ES, DeBakey HS, Eastwood Academy, Horn ES, HSPVA, Lanier MS, Lovett ES, Lyons ES, Oak Forest ES, Park Place ES, Pin Oak MS, Pleasantville ES, Project Chrysalis MS, River Oaks ES, Roberts ES, Roosevelt ES, Texas Education Agency, TH Rogers MS, Travis ES, West University ES, Wharton Dual Language Academy, White ES on . August 11, 2015
T.H. Rogers Middle School Quiz Bowl Team has won national and state recognitions over the past three weeks.
Everyone’s a winner just for competing in the HISD K-2 “
Name That Book” contest, which was held March 3-7 at MC Williams Middle School. There were 10 winners — two winners on each of the five days — out of almost 80 participating elementary schools: Askew, Bell, Briargrove, Condit, Lockhart, Lovett, Mandarin Chinese, Valley West, West University, and Wharton Dual Language elementary schools. Each school can enter only one team. Students received medals and certificates for competing.
The annual K-2 competition prepares younger students for upper-level competition, which includes all grade levels and continues through April 17. Unlike the upper-level students, K-2 students only compete on one day. Middle school finalists –
Black, Briarmeadow, Energized for Excellence, Energized for Stem Southwest, Grady, Johnston, Pin Oak, T. H. Rogers – compete at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, March 14, at the Hattie Mae White Educational Support Center. See the full contest schedule here.
This entry was posted in
Elementary Schools, Literacy, Middle Schools, Special events and tagged Askew ES, Bell ES, Black MS, Briarmeadow Charter, Condit ES, Energized for Excellence, Energized for STEM Southwest, Grady MS, Johnston MS, Lockhart ES, Lovett ES, Mandarin Chinese Language Immersion Magnet School, MC Williams MS, Name That Book, Pin Oak MS, River Oaks ES, TH Rogers MS, Valley West ES, Wharton Dual Language on . March 13, 2014