H-E-B honors four NEISD educators
Eight San Antonio area educators have been named finalists for a 2013 H-E-B Excellence in Education Award – and half of them are from NEISD. The only two principals being recognized are from NEISD.
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On Wednesday Feb. 20, three of them were surprised during school assemblies by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian Gottardy, members of the Executive Staff, H-E-B representatives and family members.
Dr. Mary Longloy, principal at Redland Oaks Elementary School, and Dr. Barry Lanford, principal at Lopez Middle School were honored with a check for $1,000 for themselves and $2,500 for their schools. Both credit the students and their leadership teams for their success.
Kristen Guerra, teacher at Tejeda Middle School, and Steve Davidson, teacher at MacArthur High School, were also honored with a check for $1,000 for themselves and $2,500 for their schools. Mr. Davidson was surprised in his classroom on Thursday, Feb. 21.
They will now compete on a statewide level for larger cash prizes. H-E-B’s Excellence in Education is the largest monetary awards program for educators in Texas, and among the largest in the nation.
Principal Mary Longloy was surprised to receive a check from H-E-B.
Dr. Longloy posing with Dr. Gottardy and H-E-B.
Dr. Longloy was excited to be recognized.
Principal Barry Lanford was surprised to be honored by H-E-B.
The check presentation with H-E-Buddy.
Students at Lopez Middle School were there to support their principal.
Teacher Kristen Guerra posing with her check and her students.
Ms. Guerra's class at Tejeda was very excited for her.
Mr. Davidson was very happy to receive his award.
Mr. Davidson speaking to camera crews about the award.
Posted on Feb. 20, 2013