• Special Recognitions - May 2019

    May Students of the Month
     D. Matias
     Devan Matias (Barrett-Lee Early Childhood Center) and Board Member Keith Liggett
     J. Loredo
     Judith Loredo (Harvey Brown Elementary) and Board Member Raquel Dobbins
     M. Rodriguez
     Michael Rodriguez (Viola Cobb Elementary) and Board Member Frank Bryant
     E. Tierrablanca
     Ethan Tierrablanca (Crenshaw Elementary) and Board Member Alex Ybarra
     O. Quintos
     Oscar Quintos (DeZavala Elementary) and Board Member Pastor Kent Wilson
     A. Estrada
     Arleene Estrada (McMullan Elementary) and Board Member Keith Liggett
     J. Lee
     Jenny Lee (Schochler Elementary) and Board Member Patrick Lacy
    A. Segura
    Antonio Segura (Alice Johnson Junior High) and Board Member Steve Dennis
     B. Redmon
     Berkeley Redmon (Anthony Aguirre Junior High) and Board Member Pastor Kent Wilson
     C. Campos
     Carlos Aviles Campos (Kolarik Ninth Grade Center) and Board Member Steve Dennis
     A. Durbin
     Ashley Durbin (Channelview High School) and Board Member Patrick Lacy
     Not Pictured/Unable to Attend: Nicole Gomez (Hamblen Elementary) and Jasmine Sorto Martines (Joe Frank Campbell Learning Center).
    Autism Awareness Campaign
    T. Stevenson
     Tiana Stevenson is a kindergarten student at Harvey Brown Elementary.  Tiana was recognized for displaying her leadership ability at a very young age.  As a result of her letter, the school wore autism awareness shirts every Tuesday in  April.
    Special Olympics
    Spc Olympics
    The Channelview ISD Special Olympics Team attended the 2019 St. John’s Special Olympic Track Meet in Houston, TX on April 6, 2019.  Channelview ISD left a lasting impression on this year’s judges and we cannot wait to see what next year brings!
    Our Channelview Lady Falcon Softball Team had a great 2019 season.  Their district record was 7-7.  This season was one that will remain special to all of the girls and their coach. The seniors were a group who played for their coach during her first year taking over this program and for them to get to their first playoff berth was rewarding for everyone.
    Political Action Committee
    The Political Action Committee was made up of community members that displayed their overwhelming support for our children and our schools to aide in the passing of the 2019 Channelview ISD Bond. This investment will allow us to continue on our journey to excellence by creating twenty-first-century learning spaces, enhancing classroom instruction with new technology, upgrading security, and providing more opportunities for students to participate in Career and Technical Education.