Alvin Community College presented State Rep. Ed Thompson with an honorary associate degree after he delivered the Commencement address on May 13. Joining Thompson (center) are ACC President Dr. Christal M. Albrecht, left and Board of Regents Chair Mike Pyburn.
Westlake is hiring an Early Childhood Teacher with a Bachelor’s Degree and Texas Teachers Certification. Candidate must enjoy working with early childhood students and understand the potential, interests, and behaviors of young children. Candidate must also agree with our mission statement and serve as a strong Christian leader.
Class of 2017 Valedictorian and Salutatorian
It is the mission of Fort Bend Christian Academy to equip students to thrive spiritually, academically, socially and physically, and it is the hope of the FBCA community that graduates serve God first, in all areas of life and in whatever vocation they are ultimately led. The top students in the Class of 2017 represent the values of FBCA with their athletic and academic performance as well as their dedication to leadership and service.
Looking over the stars of Comicpalooza 2017 clearly Superman has a lot of competition. The George R. Brown Convention Center will welcome Comicpalooza for three days, May 12-14. Comicpalooza will present more than 2,000 hours of programming, covering everything from popular trends in entertainment to comic books, gaming, anime, cosplay and more.
Visiting Houston soon to plan your relocation? Check out these hidden gems in Houston to make your trip more enjoyable!
The best way to truly experience a destination while you are on vacation is to find where the locals are. Many cities have places that are popular for tourist to visit, but to get a real feel for the city you want to experience the local culture.
Nine Pearland Independent School District students will hold political offices this June as they serve as delegates for American Legion Boys and American Legion Auxiliary Girls State programs.
Representatives this year include Dawson High School’s Tanner Blackard, Ashish Dave, Kayla Hamann and Abigail Moore and Turner College and Career High School’s Mikaele Cantu, Sydney Dodson, Ariel Espinoza, Theodore Frick and Kassia Raj.
High school staff nominated the students for their leadership, character, citizenship and academic achievements.
Pearland High School senior student athletic trainers Angelica Nguyen (left) and Ashlee Dulaney (right) were recently honored by the Greater Houston Athletic Trainers’ Society (GHATS) at its annual awards banquet.
Nguyen was selected as the 2016-17 Exemplary Student Athletic Trainer, which is awarded to only one senior annually from the entire greater Houston area for involvement not only in the sports medicine program but to the community and school as well.
Come out and relax to the tunes of a live band at Southdown Park every Friday during the months of May and June. The free concerts are part of the City’s annual “Concerts in the Park” series that starts Friday, May 5, from 7 to 9 p.m. with a performance by Big Joe Walker.
“We continuously work to offer unique programming that encourages a sense of community and the exploration of our public space. This concert series offers our residents an opportunity to enjoy the park while socializing with members of their community,” said mayor Tom Reid.
Alvin Community College regents approved the annual contracts for administrators, faculty and staff members during the board meeting on April 27.
Nine administrators, 52 professional staff, 103 faculty members received their contracts for the 2017-18 fiscal year.
In other action, regents heard a report from the Vice President of Instruction Dr. Cynthia Griffith regarding the five-year accreditation report along with data on instructional services regarding distance education, College and Career Pathways, grants, Center for Success and more.