Special Recognitions - December 2015 and January 2016
Honoring the accomplishments of CISD students and staff
Falcon Football playoff team honored
At the December 2015 Board of Trustees meeting, the CHS Falcon Football team was recognized for qualifying for the playoffs in 22 years. Congratulations Falcons!
Christmas Art Card winners

Channelview High School's Irving Faustino (top photo) and McMullan Elementary's Luis Martinez (bottom photo) were honored as winners in the district's Christmas Card Design Contest. Not pictured were Jason Haro of Kolarik Ninth Grade Center and Karolynne Muniz of Aguirre Junior High.
January is School Board Appreciation Month

The month of January was School Board Recognition Month and the Channelview Independent School District is celebrating the countless contributions of these dedicated community leaders. Students from the campuses presented the Board members with cards and different pieces of artwork as a symbol of appreciation toward the Board. Derrick Darnell, representing Sen. Sylvia Garcia's office, presented a proclamation from the senator to the Trustees. Channelview ISD board members include Board President J. Kyle Campbell, Vice President Steven Dennis, Secretary Raquel Dobbins, Parliamentarian Patrick Lacy and members Greg Johnstone, Keith Liggett and Alex Ybarra.

January Students of the Month
Heily Vanegas (DeZavala Elementary) and Board Vice President Steven Dennis
Isaiah Mottu (Alice Johnson JH) and Board Member Alex Ybarra
Lizette Vaca (Aguirre Junior High) and Board Member Greg Johnstone
Litzy Morales (Crenshaw Elementary) and Board Member Keith Liggett
Nathan Sommers (Cobb Elementary) and Board Member Alex Ybarra
Gisselle Recio (McMullan Elementary) and Board Parliamentarian Patrick Lacy
Nury Villalta (Joe Frank Campbell Learning Center) and Board President Kyle Campbell
Paola Diaz (Channelview High School) and Board Vice President Steven Dennis
Micah Micarandayo (Kolarik Ninth Grade Center) and Board Member Greg Johnstone
Trenton Crews (Schochler Elementary) and Board President Kyle Campbell
Julissa Moya (Hamblen Elementary) and Board Parliamentarian Patrick Lacy
Not pictured/Unable to Attend: Jaden Slater (Brown Elementary)
US News and World Report "Best High Schools"

Channelview High School shined in the national spotlight as they earned a Silver Rating as one of U.S. News and World Report’s Best High Schools. Schools were awarded based on their performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college. According to the report, CHS was ranked 206 in the state out of 1,869 Texas High Schools and was recognized for their increases in Advanced Placement opportunities for students.

CISD honored for participation in Toy Drive
Kent Wilson of the Channelview Ministry Team gives an award to Board President Kyle Campbell and Superintendent Greg Ollis in appreciation for the district efforts during the Channelview Fire Department's Toy Drive in December.