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Recognitions at the December Board Meeting

Invocations and Pledge

On Monday, Dec. 9, the North East ISD Board of Trustees met during its regular monthly meeting and recognized one outstanding student. Ed White Middle School student Brandon Hall led the meeting with the invocation and pledge to the American Flag and Texas Flag.

Brandon was selected by Ed White administration for his success in the classroom and involvement in campus activities. He is the Student Council Treasurer and a Safe School Ambassador.

Invocations and Pledge

(L TO R)  Superintendent of Schools Brian G. Gottardy, Ed.D., Ed White Principal Phillip Carney, Brandon Hall, and Trustee Edd White.

Leader in Me Student Speech

Also at the meeting, Las Lomas Elementary School Principal Alan Rochkus introduced fifth-grade student Kler Teran. Kler is a member of the Las Lomas Lions Student Leadership Committee and was a student keynote speaker at the school’s dedication. Board Member Brigitte Perkins heard her presentation and asked that she share it at a Board of Trustees meeting. Kler spoke about the importance of the 7 Habits.

Leader in Me Student Speech

(L TO R) Superintendent of Schools Brian G. Gottardy, Ed.D., Kler Keran, Las Lomas Principal Alan Rochkus.

Recognition of the Agriscience Program Success

Members of the Madison High School Agriscience Program were also recognized for their outstanding performance in recent national competitions.

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These national champions from Texas will be recognized on the floor at halftime of theDecember 13thSpurs game between the San Antonio Spurs and Minnesota Timberwolves. Eight members of the James Madison FFA will be part of those recognized at the game.

AMP recognition

(L TO R) Board Member Brigitte Perkins, Hailey Noble, 12th grade; Joshua Saleen, 10th grade; Juan Martinez Garcia, 10th grade; Layne Garza, 12th grade; Junelyn Gamao, 12th grade; AMP Director Doak Stewart; AMP Instructor and FFA Advisor Janell McMullan; Madison Principal Debra Aceves-Torres; Career and Technical Education Director Johnny Vahalik and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian G. Gottardy.

Posted on December 10, 2013