Special Recognitions - April 2017
Honoring the accomplishments of CISD students and staff
 
 
April Students of the Month
 
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Aryana Fabian (Cobb Elementary) and Board Parliamentarian Keith Liggett
 
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Eli Picasso (Hamblen Elementary) and Board Vice President Patrick Lacy
 
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Chlo'e Ontiveros (Campbell Learning Center) and Board President Greg Johnstone
 
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Mai'le Kopecky (DeZavala Elementary) and Board Secretary Steven Dennis
 
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Melanie Guerrero (Aguirre Junior High) and Board Member Raquel Dobbins
 
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Dillon Lane (Brown Elementary) and Board Member Kyle Campbell
 
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Carolina Herrera (Channelview High School) and Board Member Alex Ybarra
 
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 Nataly Anchondo (Alice Johnson Junior High) and Board Vice President Patrick Lacy
 
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Briana Lyn Andrade (Kolarik Ninth Grade Center) and Board President Greg Johnstone
 
Not pictured/Unable to attend: Seth Owens (Schochler Elementary), Kaydence Ely (Crenshaw Elementary) and Daniela Arevalo (McMullan Elementary)
 
 
Falcon Boys Basketball
 
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The Board of Trustees honored the Channelview High School Falcon Boys Basketball Team for clinching a District 21-6A playoff berth and advancing to the second round of the postseason. The members of the team and coaches were presented a commemorative plaque from the board to display in their trophy case.
 
 
Alice Johnson 7A Basketball
 
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The Alice Johnson Junior High 7th Grade A Boys Basketball Team won the District Championship. They are shown here proudly displaying the plaque they received from the Channelview ISD Board of Trustees in honor of their achievement.
 
 
Aguirre AVID National Recognition
 
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Board Members recognized Aguirre Junior High's administrators, faculty and staff on being named an AVID Schoolwide Site of Distinction. AVID, formally known as Advancement via Individual Determination, has enhanced Aguirre students’ college and career readiness skills through pre-advanced placement programs, enrichment opportunities, individual support and tutorials. Aguirre is one of 104 schools nationwide to be named as a Site of Distinction. Only 10 percent of AVID secondary schools globally hold this certification.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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