School Bell Times summer 2011

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School Bell Times summer 2011
2009
SummerFALL
2011
A quarterly news magazine since 1982 for residents of the East Central Independent School District
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Summa Cum Laude graduates are Katharine Aten, Caitlin Bagwell, Lauren Cooper, Brittany
Covert, Taylor Doege, Garrett Grams, Jocelyn Jaksik, Jenna Javior, Crystal Kowalik, Alyssa
Lazzeroni, Raquel Ledesma, Maribel Miranda, Abigail Morales, Jared Pieniazek, Victoria
Plate, Tyler Pruski, Maria Rivera, Nicholas Walker. Photo by Sherri Padalecki
Cum Laude graduates have achieved a grade average of 90-94. Daniel Alvarez, III, Frank Aniol, Jr., Marissa Bauman, Jonathan Becerra,
Jessica Berry, Holden Black, Lindsey Boren, Zachary Brown, Ariadna
Camarillo, Brandyn Campos, Marissa Carlisle, Joshua Castillo, Amy
Castleman, Catherine Cedotal, Lauren Chacon, Nicholas Christy, Eric
Cruz, Marlon Davis, Haley Dietrich, Holly Dreschel, Carrie Duque,
Natalie Earthman Barry, Steve Ellison, Jr., Samantha Estrada, Bianca Eureste, Emmanuel Fernandez, Tony Galloway, III, Celiciah Garcia, Julio Garcia, Isabella Garza, Matthew Gonzales, Mariana Grajeda, Heather Gregory, Crystian Hernandez, Matthew Hernandez,
Levi Hevner, Samuel Hines, Marcie Horner, Taylor Jones, Marissa
Kalinoski, Danielle Kelly, Natasha Klaus, Joshua Knowles, Dillon
Kruse, Armando Lares, Bryan Lucio, Amanda Manka, Bettie Martinez, Michael McGarity, Michael Moczygemba, II, Saby Montalvo,
Gerard Mora, Jr., Deanna Myers, Carmen Paniagua, Miguel Perez,
Kacey Phillips, Troy Pieniazek, Brandi Piper, Tiffany Pitts, Douglas
Plate, Justin Puente, Leila Puga, Kevin Rada, Jacob Reyes, Brittany
Reynolds, Colin Riley, Lee Ann Rollf, Tanner Scheel, Lauren Sczepanik, Zacheriah Sendejo, Shane Swientek, Kristie Tarin, Shelbie
Thames, Colt Tillman, Marina Triana, Ashley Urteaga, Maria Vaca,
Zachary Williams.
Total Senior Scholarships
$4,459,940 million
School Board/TAKS/Construction
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Administration and Awards
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Retirees/Service Awards
5-7 Awards for Excellence
8-9 For Parents - News to Use
10 Community Involvement
11 Announcements/Alumni
12 Noteworthy News
Outstanding Participant in the
2011 National Achievement
Program - Marlon Davis,
National Hispanic Recognition
Program Scholar Patrick Feeney,
Outstanding Senior Girl Katharine Aten,
Outstanding Senior Boy Jared Pieniazek,
Perfect Attendance K-12 Brittany Covert.
Some households outside ECISD boundaries receive this newsletter as a result of
zip codes/postal routes crossing district lines. It is less expensive to mail to an
entire postal route than to exclude homes. Thank You.
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East Central Independent School District
Magna Cum Laude graduates have achieved a grade
average of 95-99. Jenavie
Aguilar, Andrea Alvarez, Andrew Benavides, Jonathan
Blacketer, Jordan Davis, Patrick Feeney, Naomi Galarza,
Sara Garza, Thomas Garza,
Arturo Guzman, Mario Hernandez, Kyrsten Johnson,
Shayne Joy, Heather Kosub,
Kate Kramer, Cody Lane,
Caitlyn Lyssy, Francisco
Martinez, Shannon Mata,
Apolo Mendez, Samantha
Mendoza, Emily Moravits,
Gladys Nunez, Amanda Perales, Sean Potter, Veronica
Raygoza, Lauren Reed, Joseph Richardson, Jr., David
Rodriguez, Solomon Salazar,
Jesse Sanchez, Simon Sanchez, Cody Sanders, Kayla
Schul, Edwardo Valdez, Regina Villafranca, Jose Villarreal, Taylor Wallis, Dionecia
Warr, Nicole Zigmond.
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Thank you,
East Central
Community,
for our new
High School!
School Board President
Steve Bryant
Photo by Marguerite Lowak
STAAR Will Replace TAKS in 2011-12
The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, or STAAR, will replace
the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) for students in grades three
through 11 beginning in the 2011-12 school year. A report from the Texas Education
Agency states that “STAAR will be a more unified, comprehensive assessment program that will incorporate more rigorous college and career readiness standards.”
Key changes in STAAR include:
• Assessments in most grades and subjects will be longer, and overall test difficulty will
be increased by including more rigorous items.
• The rigor will be increased by measuring skills at a greater depth and level of
complexity. This will help better evaluate the academic growth of higher-achieving
students.
• Students will be asked to write more on the STAAR assessment – both an expository
essay and a narrative.
• Students will be required to finish each test in four hours or less. TEA says this
practice will better align Texas testing practices with other timed state and national
college entrance and AP exams.
• TEA is also expanding the current dyslexia accommodations to include students in
high school.
• In the high school, students will take 12 end-of-course exams – three in English, math,
science and social studies. A student will have to earn a passing average in each
subject area to receive a diploma. The STAAR end-of-course exams will be phased in
with ninth-graders in the 2011-12 school year.
• Eighth graders enrolled in high school courses with End-of-Course requirements,
such as Algebra I, will take EOC assessments along with eighth grade assessments.
As students complete this final round of TAKS tests, East Central is focused on our vision to provide an exceptional academic and learning environment for students. Our
East Central district office and campuses are committed to keeping you informed of new
information as it is released. It has never been more critical that schools and parents
work together for student success.
See TAKS Retesting Calendar for Summer on page 8
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ECDC staff celebrated National Library
Week dressed up as their favorite children’s
book character. They went from Raggedy
Ann to all the characters in Brown Bear,
Brown Bear. The staff was showing the
students that it’s fun to read. Photo by Bernadette Gillespie
A new author, Sandy Trevizo, visited Harmony with the characters of her books,
Kyla and Carlos. She donated three books
to the Harmony library. They will be sold at
HEB. Photo by Kenda Montez
Administration and Awards
Message from Gary
Patterson, ECISD
Superintendent of
Schools
Superintendent’s Students of the Months September thru April received recognition and a
medal at the end-of-year awards ceremony. Photo by Mary Ray
Success/ Failure/ Perseverance
Success. The conclusion of the 2010/11 school year brings with it many reasons to celebrate. East Central graduated a record number of students on June
4th, 626 seniors leaving to make an impact on our world. In March, we celebrated
the dedication of our new high school, completed on time and millions under budget. The district received our TAKS results the last week of May and we continue
to improve and move forward with our student academic success. There will always be areas where improvement may be needed, but the district did very well
this year overall. TAKS is going away and will be replaced with a new testing system next year. Our extra curricular activities had an exceptional year. Band, football, volleyball, basketball, softball, baseball, track, FFA, Choir, and Skills USA
teams all advanced into the playoffs or advanced past district and regional competition. It has been a great year for our students and their coaches/ directors.
Failure. The failure of our legislature to address the school finance system has
made for a most difficult and frustrating Spring. As I write this article, a Special session is underway to attempt to vote out a school finance bill. By the time you read
this, a bill should be adopted. The framework is in place for a vote as this article goes
to print, and it’s all bad news. If adopted in its current form, East Central will lose
approximately 6 million dollars over the next two years compared to current funding
levels. Furthermore, the State did nothing to address the way schools are currently
financed, which led to the current crisis. We fear that if the structure of funding is
not changed, we will be dealing with this issue next session as well. The District has
made reductions to prepare for this situation, but there is no way to lose that kind of
money and not have a significant impact on the daily operations of the school system.
Perseverance. Regardless of the State budget crisis, the new testing system or tough economic times, East Central will excel as it always has due to the
character of the students, staff, parents and community. Thank you all for everything you have done to make this school year a success. We hope you enjoy a wonderful summer and look forward to another great school year in 11/12!
Gold and Silver to ECHS Band Students
The following ECHS band students received medals at the State UIL Solo and
Ensemble competition: Gold Medal Solo -Juan Aguirre; Gold Medal Ensembles- Kevin
Kozowyk, Brett Schneider, Joseph Flores, Katy Snider, Patrick Feeney, Mario Herrera,
Coby Moreno, Adrian Munoz, Kyle Sievers and Devon Williams; Silver Medal Solos - Joseph Mora, Jennifer Villarreal, Lauren Brians, Mycaela Simmang, Jacob Welch and Chris
Sanchez. Band director is James Snider.
Visual Arts Scholastic Event
ECHS art students competed at the State Visual Art Scholastic Event. Freshman, Joshua
Manuel received an award of Excellence for his self-portrait. Senior, David Rodriguez and
Junior, Shelby Criswell were honored in a ceremony with Superior state medals and perfect scores for their artwork. Shelby received two superior medals, a scholarship award,
and a Gold Seal medallion, the highest award a high school artist can receive. Shelby also
received one of 8 Division 1 scholarships for an artwork she created on-site at the event.
The students’ art teachers are Mary Hierholzer, Rebecca Kunz and Tim McMeans.
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Superintendent’s
Students of the Month
Each month one student from each campus is
recognized as Superintendent’s Student of the
Month. Criteria for selection are academic performance, attendance, citizenship and community
and school service. Each month one student from
each East Central ISD campus is recognized as
Superintendent’s Student of the Month. Criteria for
selection are academic performance, attendance,
citizenship and community and school service.
Students selected to be Superintendent’s Student of the Month for January, 2011 are: ECDC
- Micheal White; Harmony Elementary - Cheyenne
Bazan; Highland Forest Elementary - Alfonso Melendez; John Glenn Elementary - Mark Anthony
Moreno - Pecan Valley Elementary - Jonah Esquivel; Sinclair Elementary - Rosa Miramon; Oak
Crest Intermediate - Jason Gutierrez; Salado Intermediate - Ronde’Ja Washington; E.C. Heritage
Middle School - Travis Hamilton; E.C. Legacy Middle School - Mauricio Bailey; ECHS- Lauren Ware.
Students selected to be Superintendent’s Student
of the Month for February are: ECDC - Julianna Alvarado; Harmony Elementary - Elora Garcia; Highland Forest Elementary - Alexandra Ruiz; John Glenn
Elementary - Jayden Lukasik; Pecan Valley Elementary - Alyssa Gutierrez; Sinclair Elementary - Chloe
Canales; Oak Crest Intermediate - Amie Ramirez;
Salado Intermediate - Luke Colby; E.C. Heritage
Middle School - Toby Torres; E.C. Legacy Middle
School - Fabian Salas; ECHS - Brandon Barborka.
Students selected to be Superintendent’s Student
of the Month for March are: ECDC - Sergio Peña;
Harmony Elementary - Nayeli Arizpe; Highland Forest Elementary - Erin Arcos; John Glenn Elementary Abigail Sanchez; Pecan Valley Elementary - Jacqueline Olvera; Sinclair Elementary - Hailey Cervantes;
Oak Crest Intermediate - Jordon Wiley; Salado Intermediate - Starr Segura; E.C. Heritage Middle School
- Lindsey Lubianski; E.C. Legacy Middle School Jesus Hernandez; ECHS - Michael Moczygemba
Students selected to be Superintendent’s Student
of the Month for April are: ECDC - Catalina Mandujano; Harmony Elementary - Ryan Decena; Highland
Forest Elementary - Lottie Howard; John Glenn Elementary - Caleb Ramirez; Pecan Valley Elementary
- Brenda Botello; Sinclair Elementary - Abigail Vernon; Oak Crest Intermediate - Madison Brock; Salado Intermediate - Felicia Jefferson; E.C. Heritage
Middle School - Briana Delgado; E.C. Legacy Middle
School - Marissa Marmolejo; ECHS - Shelby Criswell.
Tune in to the
Superintendent’s monthly
podcast at www.ecisd.net.
Retirees and Service Awards
ECISD 2011 Retirees
(represent 559 years of service to ECISD)
Photos taken by Marguerite Lowak at the May school board meeting
RETIREES 2011 Mary Helen
Baerman, Rickie Baker, Dora
Becerra, Susan Beatty, Jeanie
Bradley, Patricia Burkhardt, Gail
Danforth, Justino Delgado, Eunice Bankord-DeSiato, Janice
DuBay, Catherine Halbardier,
Willie Gaines, Roberto Garza,
Rona Halbreich, Steve Hankins,
Jeanne Hice, Ronnie Ibrom,
Ralph Jacoby, Michael Jones,
Robert Kosub, Monty McMillan,
Luisa Naumann, Ruby Orise,
Beth Pape, Irene Pena, Montine
Pilcher, Annette Potthoff, Katherine Preiss, Virginia Richardson, Barbara Ristow, Francisco
Rodriguez, Thelma Rodriguez,
Lynn Stewart, Diana Strickland,
Deborah Woodward.
Service Awards
20 Years - Ludivina Alvarado, Velma Alvarez, Margaret Bass, Sharrie
Delgado, Eunice DeSiato, Brenda Eddie, Ellie Factor, Willie Gaines,
Darlene Gorhum, Michele Hanson, Cynthia Johnson, Cheri Kosub,
Gail McQueen, Theo Mihalski, Barbara Mills, Joan M. Milner, Linda
Ramon, Nancy Schick, Fayerene Smith, Scott Soden, Lynn Stewart, Rebecca Talamantez, Damon Trainer, Penny Turknett, Sharon
Tutt.
25 Years - Omar Bishop, Patricia Burkhardt, Beverly Castillo,
Helen Craig, Patricia Craig, Carol Hester, Katherine Mead, Isabel
Nunez, Doris Padalecki.
Thirty Years - Oralia
Castillo, Debra Grams,
Robert Hadaway, Carol
Lerich, Martha Paiz,
Annette Potthoff, Sylvia Rix, Mary Salinas
Forty Years - Sylvia Blanco
Service Awards for 5-40 years totaled 2,225 years of service to ECISD
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Awards for Excellence
ECHS AcademicAchievement Awards
Angel Abalos, Arica Aguirre, Luis Alvarez, Aurelia Asebedo, Katharine
Aten, John Baker, Detrick Banks, Brenda Batres, Michelle Behrends, Victoria Belmares, Andrew Benavides, Katheryn Bernal, Kyle Brown, Kathryn
Burgess, Matthew Calvert, Isabel Casillas, Deborah Castellano, Darrian
Chase, Meghan Collier, Adley Contreras, Elia Cornejo, Cheyenne Cottingham, Brittany Covert, Brittany Craft, Michael Cruz, Eric Cruz, James
Culler, Marlon Davis, Kaci Davis, Marvin Davis, Michael Dear, Matthew
DeLeon, Chrystallynne Donahoe, Maisha Dramiga, Carrie Duque, Tara
Esquivel, Christopher Feeney, Patrick Feeney, Joseph Finch, Yadira
Flores, Frank Flores, Ameriz Gamez, Marissa Garcia, Karyssa Garza,
Garrett Gee, Stephenie Geistweidt, Matthew Gonzales, Sam Gonzales,
Zachary Gorhum, Garrett Grams, Shelby Hall, Elijah Hernandez, Crystian
Hernandez, Jose Hernandez, Matthew Hernandez, Arnulfo Hernandez,
Symone Hogan, Dustin Holloway, Kaylon Hopkins, Sadie Mae Hudler, Albert Jimenez, Julia Johnson, Christina Jones, Brady Jones, Christopher
Keller, Kristin Kesinger, Natasha Klaus, Samantha Kline, Heather Kosub,
Katrina Lagesse, Allison Lamm, Oziel Lara, Alyssa Lazzeroni, Jordan
Lemons, Jose Luna, Melissa Luna , Christopher Lynn, Joshua Manuel,
Adriana Marentes, Valerie Martinez, Alexandria Martinez, Valerie Martinez, Deanna Martini, Donald McClure, Miranda Medellin, Maria Medrano,
Alexandra Melendez, Georgina Mendoza, Samantha Mendoza, Maribel
Miranda, Michel Moczygemba, Christopher Monroe, Andrew Montalvo,
Faith Moore, Joseph Mora, Gerard Mora, Colby Moreno, Michelle Morrison, Bianca Nuckols, Valeria Nunn, Dylan Olson, Darion Ott, Ariel Palomo, Carmen Paniagua, Melanie Pena, Bobbi Pena, Victoria Plate, Taylor
Pope, Lavone Price, MacNeal Price, Tyler Pruski, Ashley Rodriguez, Kimberlyn Rodriguez, Anna Rodriguez, Lee Ann Rollf, Karen Salazar, Pedro
Salazar, Trenten Schmidt, Kristen Sendemer, Quinten Serna, Erika Soria,
Zachary Stuart, Aaron Tapia, Karla Tapia, Laura Tellez, Erica Thompson, Alexandria Trevino, Jeffrey Trigg, Carl Turner, Megan Vanderknaap,
Sydney Vaughan, Alexis Wagner, Lauren Ware, Deeanna Washington,
Kirsten Wiatre, Karina Williams, Elizabeth Woodbury.
State Track
The following athletes competed in the 2011 UIL State
Track & Field Meet in Austin: Kyle Padalecki - Pole Vault;
800 Meter Relay: Nick Coleman, Chris Armstrong, Matt
Coleman, Austin Jupe; 110 M HH - Chris Armstrong; 400
M - Aaron Spann; 1600 Meter Relay: Aaron Spann, Matt
Coleman, Nick Coleman, Chris Armstrong - won silver
medals in the 5A Boys UIL State Track and Field Championships. Photo by Stephanie Jupe.
FFA Hit the Road Judging
East Central has hit the road judging and has found success
at Texas State University. They traveled three teams to the Texas State Contest. The Livestock Judging Team was 5th placeHolden Black -11th, Haily Marshall -15th, Frank Aniol, Ty Baird,
Kaylee Reed, Jessica Berry, and Zachary Williams. The Poultry
Evalution Team - was 2nd place Kyle Brown - 45th, Jared Pieniazek -11th, Evan Pieniazek - 6th, Bethany Mihalec, Emeleigh
Geistweidt, and Stephenie Geistweidt. The Ag Sales Team
was 11th place - Shelbie Thames - 13th, Heather Kosub and
Alexis Wagner. The collective performance of the FFA earned
the Chapter a $1000 scholarship to Texas State as the sweepstakes winner. The Scholarship will be awarded to a graduating
senior that is attending Texas State in the fall, as an ag major.
The FFA was at Tarelton State University. The Dairy Cattle team
was 26th with members Matthew Alexander, Amy Moran, Todd
Bettice and Stephanie Geistweidt. The Meats Evaluation team
was 3rd with team members Michael Moczygemba - 8th high,
Jordan Hevner, Aaron Maron, Ciera Gawlik, and Shelbi Knox.
During the Practice Contest at Texas A & M University a special
event was held to honor Dr. Krueger, the W.F. Krueger Memorial Invitational Poultry Contest. The team was 4th place team members
include Kyle Brown – 5th high, Bethany Mihalec, Evan Pieniazek,
Jared Pieniazek, Emeleigh Geistweidt, and Stephenie Geistweidt.
At the Sam Houston State University the Ag Sales conteest
the Ag Sales Team was 6th with team members Alexis Wagner,
Heather Kosub (9th) and Shelbie Thames (4th). (right photo)
The ECHS Floriculture Team is State Champion in the State FFA Judging
Contest. Team members are Holly Bailey, Brooke Kosub, Christi Schick
and Amy Castleman. Amy was also the high individual at the state
contest. The Livestock Judging team was 34th, the Ag Mechanics team
was 12th, the Meats team was 11th, the Poultry team was 4th, the Ag
Sales team was 6th. Photo by Lorie Kempen
Photo by Ray Pieniazek
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Awards for Excellence
ECHS One-Act Play
East Central High School competed in
one-act play competition and took home
the following accolades: Caitlin DatkoHonor Crew; Krystal Estrada-Honorable
Mention All Star Cast; Katie Kramer-Honorable Mention All Star Cast; Ruby MerrellHonorable Mention All Star Cast. Directors are Jimmie Zrubek and Chriss Mann.
Skills USA
Congratulations to the DCP - SKILLS USA
Photo Panel Participants who went to state
competition. Students brought to East Central four 1st place ribbons and a bid to state
contest from the district competition. At the
state contest all four participants received the
highest honors by winning a superior award
with scores ranging from 96-100. Participants were Shakila Carr, Alissa Kongglang,
Bettie Martinez, Delanie Ramsey. DCP
sponsor is Cathy Cook. Photo by Cathy Cook
History Fair
Heritage student Kylie Patterson won 3rd
place in Individual Performance at the State
History Fair. Alyssa Arroyo and Alma Rivera
received a call back for Group Documentary.
ECHS student Kris Aten placed third at
State in Individual Website. History Fair
sponsor is Vangie Bielke.
EC Woodshop
ECHS students went to the Skills USA
State Competition in Woodworking. Results were David Gomez -Wood Saw Frame
-1st place, Marina Delgado and David
Gomez -Porch Swing -1st place, Jason Mungia -Game Chair -1st place, Adley Contreras -Wolf Picture Frame -1st
place,
Nailea Valenzuela -Job Poster
Board -2nd place, and Esmeralda Cornejo Wooden Rocking Chair -2nd place. The
Woodworking sponsor is Frank Salinas.
Students certify as
Nurse Assistants
The following ECHS students passed the
skills tests and written exams to be Certified Nursing Assistants in Texas: Deborah
Castellano, Jose Luna, Emily Thurmond,
Lauren Reed, Solomon Salazar, Rebecca Horton, Alyssa Lazzeroni, Kacey Phillips, Adrianna Ramos, Erika Soria, and
Taylor Wallis. The preparation for certification is sponsored by Jeanette Pollock.
Artist Honored
EC senior, Francisco Martinez has been
highlighted in an article by Sonny Melendrez on MySA.com. Francisco is an
Art Club and National Art Honor Society
member and student in Tim McMeans’ AP
Drawing class. Francisco and 14 other
ECHS art students were selected for the
March 5th show, mentioned in this article.
http://blog.mysanantonio.com/sonny-melendrez/2011/04/the-eye-of-the-beholder/
ECHS Choirs are
Excellent
The following ECHS choirs received excellent ratings at the recent UIL 5-A Choral
Competition: Junior Varsity Treble Choir in
Sight-Reading, Varsity Men’s Choir in Concert Stage performance and Sight-Reading,
and Varsity Treble Choir in Concert Stage
Performance and Sight-Reading. Choir directors are Warren Mize and Tiffany Cristo.
State Web Design
Contest
Six ECHS students ranked high at the
State SKILLS USA Web Design Job Exhibit
contest. They are Jonathan Poblete - Excellent, Mark Sanchez - Excellent, Oziel
Lara - Excellent, Gloria Gutierrez - Excellent, Neil “Billy” Elton - Very Good, and Alec
Gonzales - Very Good. Lynn Hernandez
sponsors Tech Apps and Webmastering.
ECHS Symphonic Band
scores highest
The ECHS Symphonic Band brought back
straight 1’s (highest score) in Concert at the
UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Contest held
in early April. Director is James Snyder.
State 3D Animation and
Graphics Contest
Six ECHS students won ribbons at the
State SKILLS USA 3D Animation and Graphics Contest. They are Symone Hogan - Red
Ribbon (Graphic Ad Design), Gage Juarez Red Ribbon (Graphic Ad Design), Steve Ellison - Blue Ribbon (Graphic Ad Design), April
Garay - Blue Ribbon (Photography), Matthew Garza - Red Ribbon (3D Animation),
and Tristan Wimberly - White Ribbon (3D
Animation). Damian Abbott sponsors Animation and Graphics. Photo by Lynn Hernandez
ECHS students
competed in the
State Skills USA
Contest. Photo by
Cathy Cook
Three students from East Central Heritage Middle School were recently recognized by the Duke Univeristy Talent Identification Program
(Duke TIP) as part of thier 2011 7th Grade Talent Search. The students were selected by Duke TIP to take either the ACT or SAT in the
spring semester of 2011. Students who earned exceptional scores on the ACT or SAT exam in Texas were then recognized at a special
ceremony at Trinity University where they were awarded a medal from Duke TIP for their accomplishment. Honorees from Heritage
Middle School were Iliana Ramirez, Travis Hamilton, and Johnna Pieniazek (L-R in picture). Photo by Gail Pieniazek
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Awards for Excellence
Middle School Recognition Night Awards
HERITAGE
Distinguished
Student Award
Oliver Ortega and Brianna Delgado
Academic Top 10 “11”
Hannah Cooper, Christie Cosper,
Brianna Delgado, Danny Flanagan,
Lindsey Gutierrez, Colin Padalecki,
Madison Schultz, Madison Simon,
Camille Soto, Isabelle Soto,
Colin Trainer
Subject Area Awards
Brett Alonzo, Mark Aranda, Michael Baerman, Shelby Blythe, Jason Bradley, Lora Blanco, David Bloodworth, Haydi Bugarin, Lauren Burgess, Connor Carmichael, Richard
Casanova, Christie Cosper, Autumn Crane, Allison Croom, Teal’C Davis, Joseph De
La O, Roberto Deleon, Brianna Delgado, Courtney Delgado, Robert Drzymala, Danny
Flanagan, Tylor Flock, Nick Flores, Jace Freeman, Kenneth Goetz, Lindsey Gutierrez,
Kayla Handley, Ciara Hernandez, Maria Ramirez Hernandez, Mason Jupe, Erin King,
Anthony Lazzeroni, Isaac Ledesma, Brittany Lewis, Joseph Little, Jodan Lukasik, Armando Mancha, Samantha Mann, Chad Marek, Jessica McNelly, Daniel Miller, Jesus
Miranda, Ashley Moreno, Robert Navarro, Oliver Ortega, Colin Padalecki, Marissa Paiz,
Harley Pearson, Dallas Polasek, Miezell Price, Christiana Puente, Daniel Quintanilla,
Rhazul Richardson, David Rivera, Emilio Sanchez, Cody Schubach, Madison Schultz,
Steven Shook, Madison Simon, Katherine Smith, Camille Soto, Isabelle Soto, Toby Torres, Colin Trainer, Allen Trujillo, Jesse Turcios, Nichole West, Mary Wyrwich
Principal’s Awards
Jason Bradley, Lauren Burgess,
Hannah Cooper, Brianna Delgado,
Lindsey Gutierrez, Ciara Hernandez,
Chad Marek, Ashley Moreno,
Steven Shook, Madison Simon,
Isabelle Soto, Colin Trainer,
Nichole West, Jessica Williams
LEGACY
Adrian Reggie Alon - Alon, Ronnie Alvarez, Alexis Anderson, Mauricio Bailey, Symone Baker, Brenna Barborka, Aaron Benavidez, Taja Berry, Ashley Calhoun, Patricia
Castaneda, Vanessa Castellanos Juarez, Crystal Contreras, Jacoby Delacruz, Jake
Delacruz, Rachel Diaz, Martin Dominguez, Tiffany Donaldson, Reuben Duron, Nadia
Esquivel, Gabriela Fernandez. Alan Flores, David Flores, Jordan Flores, Michelle Gamboa, Analisa Garcia, Joshlyn Garcia, Flor Gloria, Veronica Gonzalez, Joseph Gutierrez, Ethan Haley, Erica Hall, Margarita Hernandez, Alice Lerma, Brandon Lopez, Marissa Marmolejo, Eduardo Martinez, Alexis Mcneal, Soila Mendoza, Andrew Merklinger,
Blanca Mora, Jaylenn Morales, Juan Ortiz, Teena Ortiz, Monserrat Pecina, Telesforo
Pinales, Alexia Rodriguez, Jina Rodriguez, Quinten Rodriguez, Ashley Rubalcaba, Esmeralda Rubio, Miranda Salazar, Maria Sanchez, David Solis, Keith Taylor, Samantha
Tello, Kayla Tindal, Brajahn Vialdores, Brittany Woodbury, Antonio Zamarripa
9 Years
Miguel Solis
7 Years
Telesforo Pinales
Eryah Thompson
4 years
Brian Blacketer
Teal’C Davis
Courtney Delgado
Trace Popham
Camille Soto
Dayne Spivey
5 years
Roberto Deleon
David Rivera
8 years
Colin Trainer
9 years
Christie Cosper
Garrett Covert
Nathan Titzman
Excalibur Award
Subject Area Awards
Perfect Attendance
Perfect Attendance
Academic Top 10
Brenna Barborka, Tyler Cagle
Jacoby Delacruz, Jake Delacruz,
Danny Espinoza, Nadia Esquivel,
Michelle Gamboa, Justin Ochoa,
Telesforo Pinales, Brittany Woodbury
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Alexis Anderson and Danny Espinoza
Principal’s Awards
Adrian Reggie Alon - Alon,
Mauricio Bailey, Taja Berry,
Ashley Calhoun, Jacoby Delacruz,
Jake Delacruz, Sabrina Delarosa,
Gabriela Fernandez, Analisa Garcia,
Marissa Marmolejo,
Melissa Miramon, Telesforo Pinales
For Parents - News to Use
2011 Orientation and
Open House Dates
Orientations/Meet Teacher/Supplies
East Central ISD Regular Registration for the
2011-2012 School Year August 9th – 11th
Regular registration dates will be for new students to the East Central District, for all students
ECDC: Thursday, August 18 by appointment who did not complete and return their early registration packets by June 6th, and for all students who attend school using a HOST FORM.
only - parent and child
Elementary Schools: Thursday, August Registration dates and times:
Monday
August 8th Senior pictures only
18 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. come and go.
Tuesday August 9th Elementary School 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
OC and Salado: (4th & 5th grade) Intermediate School
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Thursday, Aug 18 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. come Middle School
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
and go.
East Central HS (12th - 11th grade) 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Heritage and Legacy: (6th grade) Wednesday August 10th Elementary School
11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Thursday, Aug 18 at 6:30
Intermediate School 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Middle School 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
High School: (9th grade)
East
Central
HS
(10th
9th
grade)
8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday, August 17 at 6:30
Thursday August 11th East Central HS (all grades)
8:00 am – 3:30 pm
Open Houses
REQUIREMENTS FOR REGULAR REGISTRATION:
ECDC: Thursday, September 15 from 3:30
• All registration FORMS must be filled out before returning the packet to your child’s campus.
to 5:30
1. Acknowledgement Form (Student Handbook/SCOC)
Harmony: Thursday, September 15 from 2. Enrollment Form
6:00 - 7:00 pm
3. Ethnicity and Race Questionnaire (only if wanting to make changes and new students to the
Highland Forest: Thursday, September 15
district)
from 6:00 to 7:00
4. Family Survey
John Glenn: Tuesday, September 13 at 5. Health Services Information Form
6. Home Language Survey (for new students only)
6:00
Pecan Valley: Tuesday, September 13 7. Permission to Pick Up Student Form
(new parent orientation 5:30, Open House 8. Student Residency Questionnaire
9. Parental Permission For Release of Information (HS only)
6:15 to 7:30)
• A copy of the parent/guardian’s Valid Texas DL, Texas ID or Military ID
Sinclair: Tuesday, September 13 from 6:00
• PROOF OF RESIDENCE
to 7:00
1. A copy of your July or August CPS bill
Oak Crest: Thursday, September 8 at 6:30
The CPS bill must be in the parent/guardian’s name and it must include two parts:
Salado: Tuesday, October 4 at 6:30
• The home address where the service is being provided.
Heritage: Wednesday, September 14 at • The billings address showing where the bill is being mailed. (OR)
6:30
2. A rental/lease agreement that will be valid for the 2011-2012 school year.
Legacy: Wednesday, September 14 at 6:00 A valid rental/lease agreement will also be acceptable proof of residency if it contains
all of the following information:
High School: Monday, September 12 at
•
The
date of the agreement
6:30
• All family member names residing in the home
• Both Leaser’s and Leasee’s name and signature
• Terms of the lease/rental agreement
If the parent/guardian cannot provide a July or August CPS bill or current lease/rental agreement, then a HOST FORM will need to be completed.
All HOST FORMS will be available starting August 1st from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM at the East
June 29: Grade 5 & 8 Mathematics Retest
Central Police Dept. across from the Athletic Office Building. Please call 649-2201 to set up
June 30: Grade 5 & 8 Reading Retest
an appointment for a HOST FORM.
July 13: Exit Level ELA Retest
*If you register your child during the regular registration dates, you will not have to call for an
July 14: Exit Level Mathematics Retest
appointment in order to get a HOST FORM. Report directly to the ECPD across the street from
July 15: Exit Level Science Retest
the Athletic Office Building for a HOST FORM.
July 16: Exit Level Social Studies Retest
NEW STUDENTS TO THE DISTRICT:
• In addition to the proof of residency, new students to the District will need the following: a
certified Birth Certificate, copy of the Social Security card, current immunization record, the
last report card and test scores (if available), if they are coming from another school.
TAKS Testing Calendar
for Summer 2011
East Central Development Center Pre-Kindergarten Registration
•
•
•
•
After July 19 - Pick up registration packet from ECDC, 12271 Donop Rd., 78223
Complete and return packet after July 25 and before August 12
Parents registering after August 12th may pick up a packet and make an appointment to complete registration.
The parent and student are required to meet and conference with the teacher on Thursday, August 18th. We encourage you to bring school supplies to
conference. School starts Monday, August 22nd.
• The standard district registration and qualifying documents listed below.
• To qualify for ECDC: Must be resident of ECISD, be 4 years old on or before Sept 1, have all required vacccinations, be limited in English OR have family
income below subsistence level OR be the child of an active duty, injured, or deceased US Military Armed Forces OR have been in the foster care/adopted of
the TX Dept of Family and Protective Services OR be homeless as determined by EC Social Services Dept. For more information 210-633-3020
www.ecisd.net (select campuses, then select ECDC).
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Community Involvement
PTA Council
Officers 2011-12
PTA Council Officers for 2011 to 2012:
President - Jeanne Rizzo
1st Vice President - Mary Beth Fisk
2nd Vice-President - Emily DeLeon
Treasurer - Sherri Lubianski
Secretary - Nancy Preyer-Johnson
PTA Life
Membership Awards
EC Council of PTAs - Jackie Christenson
Heritage MS - Sherri Lubianski
Legacy MS - Tyra Gonzales
Oak Crest Intermediate School Rachel Bettice
John Glenn Elementary - José Peña
Sinclair Elementary - Gina Lee and
Diana Gaytan
ECHS Library Assistant Emily DeLeon received the PTA Council’s Good Samaritan
Award at the PTA Founders Day celebration. The award was presented by 2011-12
PTA Council President Jeanne Rizzo. Photo
by Kathy Miesse
Benefactors
Bartlett Cocke General Contractors
OCO Architects
Sinclair PTA is being presented a check
from VFW Post 837, in honor of the Medal
of Honor recipient, the late Cleto Rodriguez,
by Jacob Rodriguez. Also pictured is Senior Vice-Commander elect D.R. Castillo.
Photo by Oralia Castillo
Servicios Gratis De Consejería Para La Familia
1991 ECHS graduate Felix Guerra
received his Doctor Degree in
Physical Therapy
from Texas Tech
in Lubbock this
May.
Individual Benefactors
Basic Industries of South Texas
Fugro Consultants
Gary & Susie Patterson
Silver Sponsors
Boral Material Technologies
McCombs Family Foundation
Republic Services
Ritterhouse & Associates/Dental Select
Zachry Holdings, Inc
Bronze Sponsors
Servicios Gratis De Consejería Para La Familia son gratis para niños y jóvenes y sus
familias que tienen conflictos dentro de la
familia, han huído del hogar, no asisten a
la escuela o han cometido alguna ofensa
delincuente. Los servicios que se proporcionan pueden ser individual o en un grupo.
Un consejador as disponible 24/7 para intervención de crisis. Se ofrece residencia
de emergencia. Estos servicios y más son
proveídos por El Programa Star del Departamento Estatal de Servicios para Protección y Familias. Llame a 210-283-5183.
Alumni On the Move
EC School Foundation
The East Central School Foundation
thanks all who contributed to the annual
Spring fundraiser. The income was $56,000
(after bills paid). Funds will provide educational opportunities above and beyond the
basics for the students of East Central ISD.
Free Family Counseling
Free family counseling is available for youth
and their families who are experiencing family conflict, have run away, been truant, or
have delinquent behavior. The counseling
can be individual or in a group. A counselor
for crisis intervention can be reached 24/7.
Short term emergency respite placement
is available. These services and more are
provided by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services STAR Program.
Call 210-283-5183.
The East Central School
Foundation, since its beginning in 1987, has received
$1,358,000.00 to enhance
educational opportunities for
the students of the District.
Thank you to all contributors.
Names are printed in the Fall
and Spring editions of the
School Bell Times.
ECHS students Natasha Martinez, Aaron
Tapia, and Kristin Kesinger performed in the
youth production of the CATS musical at the
Woodlawn Theatre. Photo by Lesley Tapia
Send Information for Alumni
on the Move to Debbie Walker,
6634 New Sulphur Springs Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78263
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Southeast Baptist Hospital
Barry Stevens
Bill’s Tractor and Equipment, Ltd
Borden Milk Products
Burcham Environmental Services
CDS Muery Services
Cosper & Associates
CPS Energy
Deaf Interpreter Services
Denton, Navarro, Rocha & Bernal, P.C.
Fulbright & Jaworsky, LLP
HOLT CAT
Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP
Miller’s Auto Sales
Ron Wilborn Insurance/Humana Inc.
South Texas Blood & Tissue Center
Terracon Consultants, Inc
Walsh Anderson Brown Gallegos & Green PC
Announcements/Alumni
EC Class of 1981
30 Year Reunion Planning a reunion on
Saturday, June 25 At Rio Cibolo Ranch
Contact Eddie Boggess at 432-527-3880 ext. 7015 (w), 432-527-8911 (h), or 432-940-5672 (c) [email protected]
The main event on the 25th is for adults and we are planning some other family activities for Friday and Sunday
EC Class of 2001
Saturday, September 10, 2011 6:00pm to 2:00am
Hooligan’s Bar and Grill Sunday September 11, 2011
Family Fun Day Oldham Family Ranch @ Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas
2:00pm to 10:00pm. For more information, contact Stacy Lohse at [email protected] or Kyndall Cox-Fultz at
[email protected]
Oak Crest
Bryce Crane
and Brianna Tully
American
Legion Awards
Salado and
Oak Crest
Salado - Tia Thomas and Michael Reyna
Career and Technical
Education Non-discrimination Statement
The East Central Independent School District
offers career and technology education programs
in Agricultural Science, Business, Family and
Consumer Sciences, Health Science Technology,
Industrial Technology, Media Technology, Transportation Systems, and Information Technology.
Admission to these programs is based on interest and aptitude, grade level, class space availability, and course prerequisites where applicable.
It is the policy of East Central ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national
origin; sex, religion, age, disability or genetic information in its vocational programs, services
or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil
Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the
Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504
of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.
It is the policy of East Central ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national origin;
sex, religion, age, disability or genetic information
in its employment practices as required by Title VI
of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX
of the Education Amendments of 1972; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended; and Section
504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.
The East Central ISD will take steps to assure that lack of English language skills will
not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and vocational programs.
For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the Title IX Coordinator, Stevie Gonzales, at 6674 New Sulphur
Springs Road, San Antonio, Texas, (210) 6487861 and/or the Section 504 Coordinator, Donna Owen, 6674 New Sulphur Springs Road,
San Antonio, Texas 78263, (210) 648-7861.
El Distrito Escolar de East Central Independent ofrece
programas vocacionales en ciencia de agricultura, negocios, ciencias de la familia y el consumidor, tecnología de
la ciencia de la salud, tecnología industrial, tecnología
de comunicación, sistemas de transportación, y tecnología de información. La admisión a estos programas
se basa en interés, habilidad, grado, número en la clase,
y requisitos (cuando se aplican) para tomar el curso.
Es norma del Distrito Escolar de East Central Independent no discriminar por motivos de raza, color,
origen nacional, sexo, religión, edad(applica a individuos que tienen 40 años o más de edad), impedimento, o información genetico en sus programas,
servicios o actividades vocacionales, tal como lo requieren el Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de
1964, según enmienda; el Título IX de las Enmiendas en la Educación de 1972, y la Sección 504 de la
Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, según enmienda.
Es norma del Distrito Escolar de East Central Independent no discriminar por motivos de raza, color,
origen nacional, sexo, religión, edad(applica a individuos que tienen 40 años o más de edad), impedimento, o información genetico o información genetico en sus procedimientos de empleo, tal como lo
requieren el Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles
de 1964, según enmienda; el Título IX de las Enmiendas en la Educación de 1972, la ley de Discriminación
por Edad de 1975, según enmienda, y la Sección 504
de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, según enmienda.
El Distrito Escolar de East Central Independent
tomará las medidas necesarias para asegurar que
la falta de habilidad en el uso del idioma inglés no
sea un obstáculo para la admisión y participación
en todos los programas educativos y vocacionales.
Para información sobre sus derechos o procedimientos para quejas, comuníquese con el Coordinador del Título IX, Stevie Gonzales, en 6674 New
Sulphur Springs Road, San Antonio, Texas 78263,
(210) 648-7861, y/o el Coordinador de la Sección
504, Donna Owen, en 6674 New Sulphur Springs
Road, San Antonio, Texas 78263, (210) 648-7861. 11
East Central ISD GED Testing will be
testing the summer months of July and
August 2011. Please call 210-581-1188
for test dates and times. Seats are limited! Call today!
ECHS Yearbooks for sale
ECHS past and current yearbooks for
sale. Available for $10 are the years
65, 68, 71, 87, 89, 93, 94, 96, 99, 00,
01, 03, 04. The 2010 and 2011 books
sell for $70. Please call Rosa Rodriguez, Yearbook Sponsor, at 649-2951.
Do you have a ECHS Yearbook for
1963, 1990, or 2009 that you would like
to donate to the East Central Schools
Museum to complete the set of all 60
yearbooks in its permanent collection?
Please call 648-7861.
Attention Alumni
To find classmates or
enter your contact information go to:
-www.ecisd.net
-select Alumni
-click to submit info or
-click link to find classmates or
-scroll to reunion announcements
www.ecisd.net
Photo by Terri Real
Congratulations to the
ECHS Varsity Softball
and Baseball teams
for making it to the
playoffs this year!
Photo by Denise Covert
Noteworthy News
The Heritage Middle
School Library sponsored a trip to the
Texas Library Association Teen Day
(TT4L) in Austin on
April 14. Thirteen
students
attended
the event thanks to a
grant provided by the
Heritage PTA. TT4L
is designed to encourage the active participation of teens in TLA’s annual conference by offering them the
opportunity to attend sessions, visit the Exhibit Hall, talk informally with YA authors, and
interact with other Texas young adults who share their interest in reading, technology, and
libraries (TLA website, 2011). Students will also be given the opportunity to receive dozens
of free books from publishers even a few Advanced Reader Copies. Photo by Kellie Doege
During the Texas Library Association Conference,
Legacy Middle School Librarian Jennifer Smith met
best-selling author Daniel Handler, also known as
Lemony Snicket. He is the author of “The Series of
Unfortunate Events”. Ms. Smith served as the chair
of the Young Adult Round Table of the Texas Library
Association. She met over 30 young adult authors
at this conference including Lauren Myracle, Ally
Condie, Lauren Oliver, Gayle Forman, James
Dashner, Jordan Sonnenblick, and Cinda Williams
Chima.
www.
ecisd.net
EAST CENTRAL
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
Board of Trustees
Steve Bryant M.T., President
Lynda Billa Burke, Vice President
Monique Presas, Secretary
Victor Garza
Randall Gearhart
Gloria B. Gutierrez
Claudia Hernandez
Superintendent of Schools
Gary Patterson
Diara Reynolds displays a proud smile after
signing her scholarship to play volleyball at
Pan Am College.
Coach Walker, Coach Milam, Coach Johnson, Mr. Toscano and Mr. Rymers observe
Moses Rymers signing his scholarship to
play football at Mary Hardin Baylor. Photos by
Debbie Walker
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