I served public schools for 27 years as a band director and teacher. I taught in Spur ISD, Wellington ISD, Fort Bend ISD, Rockdale ISD, and Bryan ISD. I served as a Band director 5-12, High School Director, Middle School Director. I also taught High School Texas History and US Government. I took a one year sabbatical to serve as the Continue Reading
I taught Vocational Home Economics at San Diego High School for 35 years. I am serving on the Beginning Teacher Scholarship Committee. I hope my education legacy is that I inspired my nieces and nephews, my students and others to become educators, and that I served to live and lived to serve.
I served 41 years in public education. I worked at San Angelo ISD, Lubbock ISD, Bronte ISD, Miles ISD as a secondary math teacher. I also worked at the Education Service Center Region XV as a math consultant. I hope to provide a solid mathematics background to my students, encouraging teachers to embrace math education, and applying a good work Continue Reading
Born and raised in Sugar Land, Carla Meuth has spent most of her life in Fort Bend county. Her tremendous work experience includes teaching kindergarten, special education, working with students who have dyslexia and coaching sports activities. In her personal time, Carla has served as teen chairman and head counselor with the state organization for Texas War on Drugs, helping Continue Reading
Mary Nell Short, who resides in Wake Village, taught sophomore English in Salina, Kansas, as well as 8th Grade Math at Roosevelt Jr. High in Little Rock, Arkansas before making her way to Texas. In Texarkana at Texas High School, Mary Nell taught Algebra, Pre-Calculus, and served as Math Department Chair. She also served as Head of School for the Continue Reading
While I did not work in a public school, I did have 39 years of public service including 15.5 years at the Teacher Retirement System of Texas, where I served as the Executive Director from 2004 to 2011. My favorite TRTF program is "A Helping Hand," and I hope to see it grow through the use of our Endowment Fund. I Continue Reading
I served 29 years as a classroom teacher in Texas. My entire career was in Midland, Texas with the exception of a semester as a beginning teacher in Plainview and a year in New Mexico. During my career, I was a classroom teacher in home economics, elementary and special education, as well as the teacher/coordinator of the home economics cooperative education Continue Reading
I worked at Katy ISD as its Communication Coordinator and Educational Writer in the Public Information Office. I worked with the Houston area media and the public--answering questions and solving problems. I wrote speeches for the superintendent, trustees and other administrators. I designed and wrote brochures, and sent out numerous Katy ISD press releases. My goal was to keep the public Continue Reading