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Posted on 05/07/2021
Pasadena ISD held its first ever Early College High School (ECHS) graduation celebration last week, honoring seniors from each of the district’s five ECHS programs.  READ MORE... about
Two Rayburn Texans basketball players selected for All State awards
Two Rayburn Texans basketball players selected for All State awards
Posted on 05/06/2021
Two students from Sam Rayburn High School were selected as Texas Association of Basketball Coaches All-State qualifiers. Harrison Black, a senior at Rayburn, was awarded TABC Academic All-State and named the Class 6A Free Throw Shooter of the Year.   READ MORE... about Two Rayburn Texans basketball players selected for All State awards
Prize Parade 2021 provides teachers with grants totaling $213,199
Prize Parade 2021 provides teachers with grants totaling $213,199
Posted on 05/05/2021
The Pasadena ISD Education Foundation recently hosted its annual Prize Parade, distributing over $213k in classroom funds to teachers.   READ MORE... about Prize Parade 2021 provides teachers with grants totaling $213,199
Community School: An alternative path to high school graduation
Community School: An alternative path to high school graduation
Posted on 05/04/2021
Traditional high school wasn’t a good fit for Kimberly “Kat” Wilkerson. After three years of what Wilkerson describes as a “daily struggle,” she decided to consider other options for completing her high school education. Wilkerson decided to attend Community School.   READ MORE... about Community School: An alternative path to high school graduation
Pasadena High School’s Darla Kelly named Diving Coach of the Year for the 20th time
Pasadena High School’s Darla Kelly named Diving Coach of the Year for the 20th time
Posted on 05/03/2021
Darla Kelly, the Head Aquatics Coach at Pasadena High School, has been selected as the District 22-6A Diving Coach of the Year for the 20th time.   READ MORE... about Pasadena High School’s Darla Kelly named Diving Coach of the Year for the 20th time
Dobie Hall of Honor induction adds five more plaques to wall
Dobie Hall of Honor induction adds five more plaques to wall
Posted on 04/29/2021
Dobie High School hosted its annual Hall of Honor induction ceremony over the weekend to recognize five individuals, including four distinguished alumni and one faculty member, on their accomplishments and for being an inspiration to students. This brings the total number of inductees to 54.  READ MORE... about Dobie Hall of Honor induction adds five more plaques to wall
Serve Team volunteers create activities at Turner for Children’s Day, coming April 30
Serve Team volunteers create activities at Turner for Children’s Day, coming April 30
Posted on 04/23/2021
A group of volunteers from Asbury United Methodist Church visited Turner Elementary School this week to create an educational and fun activity for first graders to use when they receive their books during Children’s Day/Book Day, April 30.  READ MORE... about Serve Team volunteers create activities at Turner for Children’s Day, coming April 30
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Munshi wins HCDE Exemplary Award for Art
Posted on 04/23/2021
Dobie High School senior Nabila Munshi was selected as one of only two Exemplary Award winners for her artwork entitled, “Ornate Origins.” The designation also came with a monetary prize of $1,000.   READ MORE... about Munshi wins HCDE Exemplary Award for Art
Pasadena Asbury Church leader brings book initiative to life
Pasadena Asbury Church leader brings book initiative to life
Posted on 04/20/2021
Rev. Lindsay Kirkpatrick worked with area churches and leaders in the school district, many of whom are also members at Asbury Church, to organize a book initiative that will provide each first grader in Pasadena ISD with books to take home.  READ MORE... about Pasadena Asbury Church leader brings book initiative to life
Community School graduate says, “I was so close to giving up.”
Community School graduate says, “I was so close to giving up.”
Posted on 04/19/2021
During his freshman year of high school, Elias Gutierrez, now 19, experienced a loss in his family. Afterward, Gutierrez struggled while attending his traditional high school and fell behind in his classes. Determined to graduate, but unsure of how to make up his lost credits, Gutierrez turned to Community School.   READ MORE... about Community School graduate says, “I was so close to giving up.”