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Katy ISD Board of Trustees Discuss Attendance Boundary ModificationsKaty ISD Board of Trustees Discuss Attendance Boundary Modifications2018-06-19T00:28:24Z<div class="ExternalClassB0C5400F09CD40EB9CFB739DEF90DF2B"><p>As Katy Independent School District prepares to construct several new schools as part of the voter-approved 2017 bond package, the Board of Trustees will begin considering attendance boundary modifications (ABMs) to help balance enrollment numbers and provide enrollment relief to campuses in neighboring vicinities.<br></p><p>Katy ISD is currently building two new campuses, Junior High #16 (southwest quadrant) and Elementary #42 (northwest quadrant) which are set to open in the fall of 2019-20.  During tonight's Work Study meeting, Chief of Operations Lee Crews presented trustees with preliminary ABM options to consider.  These options address enrollment numbers at campuses including Bethke, Hutsell, King and Winborn elementary schools; and Beck, Cinco Ranch, Seven Lakes, Tays and WoodCreek junior highs.</p><p>"The ABM options presented tonight were collaboratively drafted and the district is allocating additional time to hear from our community," said Chief of Operations Lee Crews.  "A final recommendation will be presented to the Board of Trustees in December 2018 and the district hopes to begin notifying families shortly after approval of the new boundaries," added Crews. </p><p>​From June 20 through November 30, parents who could potentially be impacted are asked to provide feedback on these preliminary options through a survey that will be available via email and online.  Receiving the survey does not necessarily mean a child in that household will be effected by the ABM.  Preliminary outcomes of the survey will be reported to the Board of Trustees during the September 2018 Work Study meeting.  For more information and FAQs, click on the <a href="/abm/Pages/ABM.aspx">Katy ISD ABM webpage.</a> </p></div>
Katy ISD Recognized for Excellence in Risk ManagementKaty ISD Recognized for Excellence in Risk Management2018-06-18T15:56:57Z<div class="ExternalClass847118273B994140911618BDA52F8BAF"><p>​<span style="text-align:justify;">The Katy Independent School District Risk Management Department recently received an Excellence Award from the Texas Association of School Boards' (TASB) Risk Management Fund, along with $1,000 to be used toward risk management efforts.</span></p><p style="text-align:justify;">Katy ISD was one of 10 Texas public school districts to receive the award during the association's conference in Austin, Texas.  The district was recognized for its <a href=""><em>No Texting and Driving</em></a> video, which was created shortly after new legislation passed making texting while driving illegal in Texas.  The video has now been shared with approximately three million people as well as with the 100 largest school districts across the nation.</p><p style="text-align:justify;">"What started out as a simple idea by risk management personnel has now turned into a life-saving approach," said Lance Nauman, Director of Katy ISD Risk Management.  "This video has received numerous prestigious awards and we are honored to receive an additional renowned recognition from TASB," added Nauman.</p><p style="text-align:justify;">The TASB Risk Management Fund was established in 2004 as a way of recognizing members who have demonstrated excellence in risk management initiatives, products or programs.  </p></div>
Several Katy ISD Schools Named "2018 Schools Transforming Learning"Several Katy ISD Schools Named "2018 Schools Transforming Learning"2018-06-14T22:01:19Z<div class="ExternalClass744B7E1011584718861EBFD59662FE77"><p><span style="text-align:justify;">Five Katy Independent School District campuses are among 31 elite Texas schools who were named "2018 Schools Transforming Learning" by the Principal's Institute (PI).</span><span style="text-align:justify;">  </span><span style="text-align:justify;">The rigorous selection process takes several months but ultimately the schools selected have demonstrated an innovative learning environment for their students and have promoted challenge thinking for their staff members.</span><span style="text-align:justify;">  </span><span style="text-align:justify;">This year the following Katy ISD campuses received this renowned award:</span><br></p><ul><li>Paetow High School</li><li>Morton Ranch Junior High</li><li>Stockdick Junior High</li><li>Bethke Elementary</li><li>Randolph Elementary</li></ul><p style="text-align:justify;">"It's very rewarding to see our Katy ISD staff and campuses highlighted for the tremendous amount of work they perform in creating unparalleled learning opportunities for our students," said Superintendent Lance Hindt.</p><p style="text-align:justify;">The Principals Institute (PI) consists of a year-long professional development series that works with principals to understand why the transformation of public education is necessary. As part of its project known as N2 Learning, this series also helps principals develop the necessary skills required to build and sustain transformation. </p><p style="text-align:justify;"><img src="/PublishingImages/Lists/latestnews/AllItems/061418_Various_School%20Transforming%20Learning%20-%20smaller.jpg" alt="061418_Various_School Transforming Learning - smaller.jpg" style="margin:5px;width:650px;height:246px;" /><br></p></div>
Katy ISD Appoints New Principal of McMeans Junior HighKaty ISD Appoints New Principal of McMeans Junior High2018-06-14T20:20:39Z<div class="ExternalClass56F463EDA51E4E10BE19EDF57BCD22F6"><p>​<span style="text-align:justify;">Katy Independent School District Superintendent Lance Hindt appointed Steve Guzzetta as the new principal of McMeans Junior High (MMJH).</span></p><p style="text-align:justify;">"I am very excited to continue the success and traditions that have been established at McMeans Junior High," said Guzzetta.  "I opened the school as a teacher and coach before becoming an administrator there so I already have a deep connection with the community and a passion for the success of the students," added Guzzetta.</p><p style="text-align:justify;">Mr. Guzzetta has an extensive level of experience that includes 24 years with Katy ISD.  He began his career in 1994 as a history teacher and a coach at Katy Junior High (KJH).  In 1995, he moved to Katy High School (KHS) and taught geography and coached for five years.  In 2000, he transferred to MMJH where he taught for two years prior to be promoted to assistant principal.  Four years later he was named the curriculum principal at MMJH and he served in that capacity until 2007.  At this time, he was named assistant principal at Taylor High School (THS).  In 2015, he was promoted to associate principal and has remained in that position for the past three years.  Mr. Guzzetta holds a Bachelor of Science from Texas A&M University and a Masters of Education in Educational Administration from Prairie View A&M.</p><p>Mr. Guzzetta joins MMJH on June 18. He will be replacing Dr. Susan Rice who will be retiring. </p><p><br></p><p><img src="/PublishingImages/Lists/latestnews/AllItems/061418_MMJH_New%20Principal%20Steve%20Guzzetta.jpg" alt="061418_MMJH_New Principal Steve Guzzetta.jpg" style="margin:5px;width:400px;height:500px;" />​​​<br></p></div>
Katy ISD Education Foundation Announces Teacher Grant RecipientsKaty ISD Education Foundation Announces Teacher Grant Recipients2018-06-11T14:30:43Z<div class="ExternalClass3954C29E1627438D8EB75A4D44967539"><p>The Katy ISD Education Foundation recently announced its sixth year of <em>Inspiring Imagination</em> teacher grant recipients. Over 300 Katy ISD teachers at 42 different campuses were chosen for grants this year. Grant activities range from school gardens to robotics and extend to all subjects and grade levels. Funding will be provided for the 2018-2019 school year.</p><p>This school year, the Foundation raised and distributed more than one-half million dollars to its Katy ISD community: $250,000 in Harvey relief for Katy ISD staff and students followed by $314,691 in teacher grants. The Foundation exists to raise support for and manage the grant program, an initiative that funds innovative classroom instruction not possible within the parameters of a school district budget. The Foundation's Board of Directors launched its one-time Harvey Fund special project in response to the storm's effect on the Katy ISD community.</p><p>Grants are made possible by annual pledges from business and community investors, one-time contributions and events. The Foundation hosts two major fundraising events every year: Fireflies and Foodtrucks, slated for October 18, 2018, and GROOVE on March 29, 2019. BP, the Foundation's Cornerstone Investor, funded multiple grants for its BP STEM Grant Program. The Katy ISD Education Foundation is an independent 501(c)(3) organization for which donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. To learn more, contact <a href=""></a>, 281-396-6031 or visit <a href=""></a>.</p><p><strong>About the Katy ISD Education Foundation </strong>–The Katy ISD Education Foundation unites people and companies with big hearts and a big belief in Katy ISD teachers and students to provide unprecedented opportunities for both.  To join us in helping extraordinary teachers create extraordinary classroom experiences visit <a href=""></a>.</p><div style="text-align:left;"><img src="/PublishingImages/Lists/latestnews/AllItems/Teacher%20Grants%201.jpg" alt="Teacher Grants 1.jpg" style="margin:5px;width:300px;height:225px;" /> <img src="/PublishingImages/Lists/latestnews/AllItems/Teacher%20Grants%202.jpg" alt="Teacher Grants 2.jpg" style="margin:5px;width:300px;height:225px;" /> </div><p><strong>Photo Caption</strong>: The Katy ISD Education Foundation recently awarded more than $314,000 in teacher grants, bringing its six-year grant program total to $1.3 million.  Over 300 Katy ISD teachers at 42 different campuses received funding for innovative classroom projects for the 2018-2019 school year.</p><p><strong>Katy ISD Education Foundation Inspiring Imagination Grant Recipients </strong><strong>2018-2019 School Year</strong></p><p><strong>Individual Grants </strong><em>– One teacher for up to $1,000</em></p><p><strong>Cinco Ranch Junior High</strong>, <em>Mobile Motor Lab</em>, Brittany Vega; <strong>Creech Elementary, </strong><em>You CAN Do the Rubix!</em>, Donna Parker; <strong>Kilpatrick Elementary, </strong><em>Little Storytellers-Big Ideas</em>, Laura Bennett; <strong>King Elementary, </strong><em>Charging Up Science!,</em> Barbara Minenko; <strong>McDonald Junior High, </strong><em>"Unlocking" Advanced Learners' Potential with Breakout EDU</em>, Heather Anderson; <strong>Taylor High School, </strong><em>On Campus Coffee Delivery Service</em>, Edward Skaggs</p><p><strong>Team of Two Grants </strong><em>– Two teachers for up to $2,500</em></p><p><strong>Exley Elementary</strong><em>, Uke Are My Sunshine and Tubanos, </em>led by Sabrina Silva; <strong>Fielder Elementary</strong>, <em>Coding For All</em>, led by Kathy Counterman; <strong>King Elementary,</strong> <em>Bringing Brain-Work to Physical Education</em>, led by Sarah Dockery; <strong>McDonald Junior High</strong>, <em>"Scope-ing" Out Informational Literacy in Science and ELA</em>, led by Kristin Vaughn; <em>A Cardboard Springboard: Virtual Reality as Visual Supports</em>, led by Felicia Hood; <strong>Morton Ranch Elementary</strong><em>, Checkmate!,</em> led by Hilda Vargas; <em>Lego We Do Coding 2.0</em>, led by Jennifer Schnaidt; <strong>Randolph Elementary</strong><em>, Music: The Great Escape</em>, led by Anna Villanueva; <em>Sensory on Wheels</em>, led by Sarah Simmons; <strong>Shafer Elementary</strong>, <em>It's a "BOT" Learning</em>, led by Stacey Stokes; <strong>Stanley Elementary</strong>, <em>Creative Inspiration</em>, led by Jennifer Shortt; <strong>Tays Junior High</strong>, <em>Micro:bit GO,</em> led by Trevor Gibson, <strong>West Memorial Elementary</strong>, <em>Wild Things Nature Club</em>, led by Jennifer Lightsey; <strong>Wolman Elementary</strong>, <em>"BOOST" Student Learning with Computer Science</em>, led by Diane Austin</p><p><strong>Team Grants </strong><em>– Three or more teachers for up to $5,000</em></p><p><strong>Alexander Elementary</strong>, <em>ELA STEAM for the Win!,</em> led by Mary Batycki; <em>Thinkers and Tinkers Full STEAM Ahead</em>, led by Rachael McKnight; <strong>Bear Creek Elementary</strong>, <em>Striving for STEM Innovation</em>, led by Colleen Dominguez; <strong>Bethke Elementary</strong>, <em>Classroom Collaboratory</em>, led by Alicia Lambert; <em>Ready Bodies, Ready Minds</em>, led by Kesley Thompson; <em>Teaching with Tech</em>, led by Jennifer Johnson; <em>What is this "new" math?</em>, led by Kevin Weekley; <strong>Bryant Elementary</strong>, <em>#BOTSquad: Ozobots, Robot Mouse, Dash & LEGO Boost</em>, led by Nidia Casillas; <em>Fun + Algebra = Yes!,</em> led by Paige Hellman; <strong>Cinco Ranch Junior High</strong>, <em>Exploring World Cultures Through Virtual Reality</em>, led by Lauren Rowe; <em>MAKING A Difference</em>, led by Caitlin Graham; <em>Movement Makes a Difference</em>, led by Ashley Johnson; <strong>Creech Elementary</strong>, <em>Connecting With Our World Through Blogging</em>, led by Alicia Osen; <em>Empowering Minds Through Play</em>, led by Rebecca Fielden; <strong>Davidson Elementary</strong>, <em>Clay and Drums Making an Impact in </em><em>Young Minds</em>, led by Vanina Orendorff; <strong>ECI Project TYKE</strong>, <em>Developmental Buddy</em>, led by Anna Gonzalez; <em>Ready, Set, Take it Home</em>, led by Denise Cloyes; <strong>Golbow Elementary</strong>, <em>STEAM-rolling past Hurricane</em> <em>Harvey</em>, led by Ashley Brewer; <strong>Hayes Elementary</strong>, <em>Blast into Phonics in a Snap!,</em> led by Amanda Pulido; <em>Buy Buy Books</em>, led by Pat Mitchell; <em>HACK Creativity</em>, led by Allyson Patterson; <em>Solid Foundation</em>, led by Laurie Funes; <strong>Holland Elementary</strong>, <em>Voices Heard: A Student Run Newspaper</em>, led by Stephanie Nady; <strong>Hutsell Elementary</strong><em>, Robotics and STEM: It's Elementary!,</em> led by Thomas Miller; <strong>Jenks Elementary</strong>, <em>Beautiful Bars Project</em>, led by Mary White;</p><p><strong>Katy Elementary</strong>, <em>Books! Beats! Boogie!,</em> led by Leslyn Jacks; <strong>King Elementary</strong>, <em>Fairy Tales to Further Learning</em>, led by Katherine Treadaway; <em>Math in the Real World</em>, led by Julia Faber; <strong>Mayde Creek Junior High</strong>, <em>Miniature Skeletons and Miniature Interactive Torsos</em>, led by Kaitlin Bartuska; <strong>McDonald Junior High</strong>, <em>Transforming Intervention Reading with Flexible Seating</em>, led by Allison Fields; <strong>McMeans Junior High</strong>, <em>We've Got The Beat</em>, led by Kristine Moline; <em>World Cultures Outreach</em>, led by Lee Anne Butts; <strong>Memorial Parkway Elementary</strong>, <em>Re-LT</em>, led by Steve Kowalski; <strong>Memorial Parkway Junior High</strong>, <em>Growing Together</em>, led by Brenda Williams; <em>Our Place</em>, led by Suzanne Kujawa; <strong>Miller Career and Technology Center</strong>, <em>A Crash Course on Emergency Crash Carts</em>, led by Jennifer Dugger; <strong>Morton Ranch Elementary</strong>, <em>Bilingual & Biliterate in the 21st Century Round Two</em>, led by San Juana Esquivel;  <em>Kindergarten Enrichment</em>, led by Tamara Bryan; <em>Multi-Sensory Environment/Room</em>, led by Angela Rippley; <strong>Nottingham Country Elementary</strong>, <em>READ: Read, Enjoy and Discover-Reading With Your Parents</em>, led by Megan Sullivan; <em>Recipe for Success</em>, led by Gina Vidal; <strong>Raines High School</strong>, <em>Immersive Virtual Reality Education</em>, led by Payton Bartee; <em>STEM Discovery Center</em>, led by Asrar Maye; <strong>Randolph Elementary</strong>, <em>All Aboard the STEM Train!,</em> led by Lindy Davis; <strong>Seven Lakes High School</strong>, <em>Transforming Students into Escape Room Artists</em>, led by Kelli Andrascik; <strong>Shafer Elementary</strong>, <em>Discipline, Respect, and Unity through Music</em> <em>Collaboration</em>, led by Melanie Braddy; <em>Little Scientists: Exploring Their Way Into the Future</em>, led by Becky Pecot; <em>Math Tools in Action</em>, led by Amanda Saldana; <em>Skip and Jump</em>, led by Sara Ballard; <strong>Stockdick Junior High</strong>, <em>Flight</em>, led by Malvina Castillo; <strong>Sundown Elementary</strong>, <em>Growing Scientist</em>, led by Angelique Ramon-Valdez; <em>Help Our Gardens and Minds Grow</em>, led by Mary Smith; <strong>Taylor High School</strong>, <em>Forensics Cumulative Activity - The Case of Sacco & Vanzetti,</em> led by Jessica Mixon; <em>SmartMicroScope USB Microscopes Cross-Curricular Technology</em>, led by Lisa Estill; <strong>Tays Junior High</strong>, <em>Establishing a Mars Colony</em>, led by Stephen Bennett; <strong>Tompkins High School</strong>, <em>Engaging and Differentiating Investigations in Physics</em>, led by Tina Vu; <strong>West Memorial Elementary</strong>, <em>Train Your Brain!,</em> led by Brittany Brehm; <strong>West Memorial Junior High</strong>, <em>Force and Motion through the Years</em>, led by Kendall Zurbuchen; <strong>Williams Elementary</strong>, <em>Drum Jam Community</em>, led by Jennifer Patterson; <strong>Winborn Elementary</strong>, <em>Coding Creations</em>, led by Dawn Gray; <strong>Wolman Elementary</strong>, <em>Read React Respond (R3) Book Club</em>, led by Jennifer Studdard; <strong>WoodCreek Junior High</strong>, <em>Partners PE</em>, led by Abbie Wylie</p></div>
Katy ISD Appoints New PrincipalsKaty ISD Appoints New Principals2018-06-06T18:52:20Z<div class="ExternalClassC924E71F247C47E2A1947A3B84822C16"><p>Katy Independent School District Superintendent Lance Hindt appointed Dr. Diego Linares as the principal of Raines High School (RHS) and the Opportunity Awareness Center (OAC), and Cheryl Glasser as the principal of Rylander Elementary (RRE). </p><p>"I am excited to join Katy ISD as the leader of these unique campuses," said Linares. "I believe it is important to educate the whole student, and I am looking forward to working with our community and teachers to provide pathways for all students to achieve success."<br></p><p>Linares comes to Katy ISD with 15 years of experience in education. Most recently, he has served as a school support officer in the Houston Independent School District. He has also been a principal at both the elementary and high school levels, as well as a high school assistant principal and bilingual teacher. Linares received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Universidad Santo Tomas, Bogota Colombia, his Masters in Education from the University of Houston-Clear Lake and his Doctorate of Education in Professional Leadership from the University of Houston.</p><p>For Glasser, this new role offers an opportunity to spread her enthusiasm for cultivating transformational learning experiences.</p><p>"I am honored and thrilled to become a part of the Rylander family," said Glasser. "I am a leader who puts kids first in all decision making and promotes a community of learners.  My passion is to foster positive, collaborative relationships with all stakeholders of the Rylander community and I am committed to providing authentic, challenging learning experiences for each and every child. I look forward to working with my new Rhino family as we continue to charge to excellence."</p><p>Glasser has worked in the field of education for 28 years. She joined Katy ISD in 2013 as the assistant principal of Morton Ranch Elementary. She had previously served as a principal, assistant principal, instructional specialist and teacher. Glasser received her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Baylor University and her Masters in Educational Administration from Houston Baptist University.</p><p>Linares and Glasser will join their new campuses on June 18 and June 11, respectively. Linares will replace Kerri Finnesand, who was recently named principal of Seven Lakes High School. Glasser will replace Gwen Coffey, who was recently named as the district's new director of compliance for special education.</p><p style="text-align:justify;"><img src="/PublishingImages/Lists/latestnews/AllItems/Diego%20Linares%20RHS.jpg" alt="Diego Linares RHS.jpg" style="margin:5px;width:200px;height:267px;" /><img src="/PublishingImages/Lists/latestnews/AllItems/Cheryl%20Glasser%20RRE.jpg" alt="Cheryl Glasser RRE.jpg" style="margin:5px;width:200px;height:267px;" /><br></p></div>
Katy ISD Police Officers Honored for Demonstrating Bravery Behind the BadgeKaty ISD Police Officers Honored for Demonstrating Bravery Behind the Badge2018-06-01T19:37:47Z<div class="ExternalClass1CAFE9553AC94A3A93818D7B2E8A2052"><p><span style="text-align:justify;">This summer two Katy Independent School District students will enjoy their school break thanks to the quick thinking of three Katy ISD Police Officers.</span><span style="text-align:justify;">  </span><span style="text-align:justify;">Officer Christopher Pickering, Officer Michael Seiss and Officer Jose Gonzalez used their law enforcement and crisis management skills to save the lives of two students contemplating suicide.</span><span style="text-align:justify;">  </span><span style="text-align:justify;">Chief of Police Robert E. Jinks, along with his staff, honored them with the </span><em style="text-align:justify;">Chief's Meritorious Citation Award.</em><br></p><p style="text-align:justify;">On January 8, 2018, Officer Pickering was dispatched to a residence in reference to a possible suicidal student.  Officer Pickering's crisis intervention skills and his ability to develop a rapport with the student led to a voluntary mental health evaluation which saved the student's life.  After receiving treatment, the student informed the police department that Officer Pickering's dedication to his duty and his show of concern prevented him from taking his life that evening.</p><p style="text-align:justify;">On March 7, 2018, Officer Seiss and Officer Gonzalez were dispatched to Cinco Ranch High School in reference to a possible suicide.  Upon arriving both officers quickly assessed the severity of the incident and immediately began life-saving measures, that included creating a make-shift tourniquet with a leather belt, in order to halt the loss of blood from the victim. The actions of these two officers were instrumental in saving his life. </p><p style="text-align:justify;">"Every day there is an abundance of heroism displayed by our officers throughout our campuses," said Chief Jinks.  "Although we don't often witness these acts of bravery, the work our law enforcement officers conduct at our schools proves to be a life-changing one," added Jinks. </p><p>The <em>Chief's Meritorious Citation Award</em> is presented to recognize and reward the actions of law enforcement officers and staff for their meritorious service to our school district.  This recognition reflects a commitment to the Katy ISD Police Department's core values which are <em>Integrity First, Service before Self and Excellence in All.</em><em>  </em>All three officers will now wear the merit pin as part of their uniform. </p><p style="text-align:center;"><img src="/PublishingImages/Lists/latestnews/AllItems/060118_Officer%20Christopher%20Pickering.jpg" alt="060118_Officer Christopher Pickering.jpg" style="margin:5px;" /> </p><p style="text-align:center;">Officer Christopher Pickering</p><p><br></p><p style="text-align:center;"><img src="/PublishingImages/Lists/latestnews/AllItems/060118_Officer%20Jose%20Gonzalez%20-%20smaller.jpg" alt="060118_Officer Jose Gonzalez - smaller.jpg" style="margin:5px;" /> </p><p style="text-align:center;">Officer Jose Gonzalez</p><p style="text-align:center;"><br></p><p style="text-align:center;"><img src="/PublishingImages/Lists/latestnews/AllItems/060118_Officer%20Michael%20Seiss%20-%20smaller.jpg" alt="060118_Officer Michael Seiss - smaller.jpg" style="margin:5px;" /><br></p><p style="text-align:center;">Officer Michael Seiss</p><p><br></p></div>
Katy ISD Appoints New Principal of Seven Lakes Junior HighKaty ISD Appoints New Principal of Seven Lakes Junior High2018-05-31T13:39:45Z<div class="ExternalClassF4E5DB06CB094B48B88C1F7E2FD1827F"><p><span style="text-align:justify;">Katy Independent School District Superintendent Lance Hindt appointed Kristin Harper as the new principal of Seven Lakes Junior High (SLJH).</span><span style="text-align:justify;">  </span><span style="text-align:justify;">Ms. Harper will be replacing Principal Imelda Medrano.</span><br></p><p style="text-align:justify;">"I'm honored and excited to begin this new journey with the junior high Spartan family.  My goal is to collaborate with all of you to continue the amazing things already happening at SLJH and to maintain the level of academic success while at the same time meeting the social and emotional needs of the student population," said Kristin Harper.  "I am passionate about kids and will promise to make every decision based on what is best for the students of Seven Lakes Junior High," added Harper.  </p><p style="text-align:justify;">Ms. Harper has an extensive level of experience that includes 24 years in education.  Her service includes 10 years of teaching, four years as an assistant principal and 10 years as a principal at the elementary level.  She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from University of Wyoming and a Masters of Education from the University of Houston.</p><p style="text-align:justify;">Ms. Harper will join the junior high Spartan family on June 4.</p><p style="text-align:justify;">​<img src="/PublishingImages/Lists/latestnews/AllItems/053018_Kristin%20Harper%20SLJH.JPG" alt="053018_Kristin Harper SLJH.JPG" style="margin:5px;" /><br></p></div>

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