Joseph O. Goffney II, the son of Joseph Goffney and Dr. LaTonya M. Goffney, passed away on the evening of Wednesday, March 6 surrounded by his family and loved ones. Joe Junior, as he was affectionately called, was a senior at the Lane School in Aldine ISD.
We MUST understand some of the biggest problems with Black folks, is Black folks. Here lately, I have been expressing a thought conveyed by Dr. King years ago.
We all know that our young people are our future in America and as such, our youth will be operating with other young people that are not only of this nation but of other nationalities in the future. This is why it is so important that we put our best foot forward now!
The distance the robot had to travel and every turn the robot would make was developed knowing the size of the table, the distance to the original block and the distance to the destination. Before the robot can even walk, the students had to configure it using software and dozens of small pieces. Should the robot walk like a man or roll like a truck?
In the 2016-2017 school year, Campbell-Rhone was named a School Support Officer for the same district she previously attended, taught, and led. When asked to support Worthing High School, she noticed that some of her former students were not performing to their fullest potential.
HOUSTON - I love magic shows. I enjoy watching magicians use various skills to deceive our eyes into believing some random object is floating in midair, has changed colors, or disappeared. My favorite skill to watch is sleight of hand.
HOUSTON - While working in Social Services for the last 10 years of my employment at Harris County, I would often ask workers that qualified citizens for emergency assistance such as rental and utility assistance whether they have serviced any Haitians. The answer would always be No.
Typical married couples live a lifetime either building or attempting to build a successful empire for themselves and their offspring. Though some fall short of completing the task, ordinary human behavior has the tendency to motivate people to pursue a sense of security for those closest to them, who they will one day leave behind.
This past weekend the Acres Homes Chamber celebrated the career of Roy and Shirley Malonson. I have worked with Mr. Malonson for over 15 years he is the person most responsible for our presence in the community. He promoted the notion of a significant presence in the community that led to the purchase of land.
What a wonderful celebration of Mr. Roy Douglas and Mrs. Shirley Ann Malonson who have truly been supporters of all students, champions of magnet programs, drum majors of equal access and quality education and champions for Aldine ISD!