"Cowboy University," Park View Intermediate's after-school program, has been selected by the Texas Education Agency to represent the imtermediate division for schools participating in the 21st Century Grant program for the Greater Houston area.
The Park View program, in its third year, continues to increase the number of students and adults involved. Over 100 students now participate each day.
"None of this would have been possible without our outstanding after-school team, and the wide range of classes offered for our students and adult ESL classes for our parents," Park View Principal Rob Hasson said.
On Tuesday (Nov. 16), the school will host a campus spotlight presentation for TEA officials. The presentation will run from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
The spotlight will target the following areas: academics, student enrichment, college and career awareness, and adult participation.
Representatives from the Harris County Department of Education will also be present.
"We are very excited about showcasing our program and all the hard work our team has accomplished," Hasson said.