Superintendent's Trinity Prize Recognition, May 2012
Since 1982, Trinity University has sponsored the Trinity Prize for Excellence in Teaching to recognize outstanding educators in the greater San Antonio area.
North East ISD developed a committee to review the applications of 49 educators across the district. It took the committee members several hours to review all applications and decide who would represent our district. The committee did select Dr. Joseph Dungan (shown right) as the NEISD 2011-2012 Trinity Prize Nominee.
Dr. Dungan currently teaches Chemistry at Madison High School and has been employed as an educator in North East ISD for the past 10 years. Dr. Dungan represents all the characteristics of an outstanding educator. His devotion to his profession and students exemplifies the true meaning of a teacher.
While North East nominated the Dr. Dungan for the 2011-2012 Trinity Prize for Excellence in Teaching, this reception was an opportunity to recognize all nominees for their exceptional teaching skills and accomplishments.
District Committee Members:
Ric Hasenyager, director of Library Services (Below right)
Alan Rochkus, Principal of Las Lomas Elementary School
Kay Stotts, our Gifted and Talented Coordinator (below left)
Tammy VanCleave, Principal of Vineyard Ranch Elementary School
Recipients (Elementary School Campuses):
Corrie Box, Huebner ES
Analeasa Lopez, Camelot ES
Recipients (Middle School Campuses):
Lucia Arguello, Driscoll MS
Dana Hutchins, Jackson MS
Vicki Krebsbach, Lopez MS
Recipients (High School Campuses):
Allison Daniel, Reagan HS