Education

Summer Session II offer students chance to jump ahead

HOUSTON (June 13, 2019) – It’s not too late to get a jump start on students’ fall class schedule! Summer Session II (SSII) classes are still open for enrollment at Lone Star College-North Harris. New college students, those that may have needed a little break between class semesters, and students returning home for the summer,

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Aldine ISD creates pathway to selective colleges and universities through partnership with EMERGE 


Aldine ISD announced its partnership with EMERGE at the June 11 meeting of the Aldine ISD Board of Trustees. The Houston-based college-readiness program prepares high-performing high school students, in grades 10-12, to attend and graduate from selective colleges and universities across the nation. Students participating in the program will receive SAT preparation, attend college admission

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AISD names four new School Assistant Superintendents

Aldine ISD Superintendent Dr. LaTonya M. Goffney recently announced four new School Assistant Superintendents who will officially begin their duties on July 1. Todd Lindeman was named School Assistant Superintendent of High Schools, while LaTonia Amerson, LaToya Wynne and Dr. Faviola Cantu were named School Assistant Superintendents of Elementary Schools. “I am excited to announce

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Aldine ISD holds 8 graduation ceremonies May 30-June 1

More than 3,600 Aldine ISD seniors earned their high school diplomas during graduation ceremonies held May 30-June 1 at the M.O. Campbell Educational Center. The AISD graduates shared this joyous occasion with family members, friends, Aldine ISD Trustees, district and campus administrators, teachers and staff as they concluded their academic careers in Aldine and will

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Children at Risk Recognizes 3 Aldine ISD Schools in 2019 Rankings

Leaders at designated “Gold Ribbon” campuses are building a blueprint for success in high-poverty schools. Principals Dr. Phyllis Cormier, Dr. Rebecca Sanford, and Elsa Wright lead Victory Early College High School, Hambrick Middle School and Stovall Middle School, respectively. The campuses earned recognition from Childen at Risk’s 2019 school rankings. Children at Risk (C@R) announced

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FAMU

FAMU Announces Orlando Medical Marijuana Community Forum Tallahassee, Fla. – Florida A&M University (FAMU) ‘s Medical Marijuana Education and Research Initiative (MMERI) today announced the second community forum as part of the campaign to educate and inform the state’s diverse minority communities about medical marijuana. The forum will be held on Tuesday, June 11, from

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St. Philip’s College

St. Philip’s College HAPPENING TODAY (JUNE 10): SAN ANTONIO’S FIRST AREA HIGH SCHOOLERS TAKE A DEEP DIVE INTO ST. PHILIP’S COLLEGE’S NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART HEART CARE DIAGNOSIS SUITE DURING CAMP 98.6 WHAT: The first high schoolers to learn about heart care diagnosis at St. Philip’s College’s new state-of-the-art Invasive Cardiovascular Technology education suite are part of

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FAMU Law Graduate

FAMU Law Graduate Selected for Equal Justice Works 2019 Class of Fellows Fellowship includes graduates from 39 law schools Orlando, Fla – Florida A&M University (FAMU) College of Law Class of 2019 graduate Abigail Adkins has been selected for the 2019 Equal Justice Works Fellowship. This most prestigious and competitive post-graduate legal fellowship is made

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