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The Mane Event

Mark your calendar for
 
this year's Mane Event!!!
 
Monday, May 15, 2017
 
from 5:00 - 7:00 PM
 
'The Mane Event' is a district wide, STUDENT LED showcase of student work and achievements for the past school year.
 
Our first 'Mane Event' was held on May 16, 2016 from 5:00 to 7:30 pm in the auditorium, junior high gym and high school cafeteria.  
There were dozens of booths for anyone to ask questions and view projects, posters and see demonstrations. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dorothy Jiminez created 'The Mane Event" logo. 
 
 
Click on the "Video" link listed to the right of the event photos at the top of this page to view last year's event.
 
2017 Mane Event information is listed below:
 

 

 

 

 

 

Twelve school districts receive statewide recognition for brag-worthy best practices

 

AUSTIN, TEXAS (Dec. 1, 2016) — Twelve school districts are basking in the glow of positive press with the release of Texas School Business magazine’s Tenth Annual Bragging Rights 2016-2017 special issue. Bragging Rights, which calls for nominations and is published every December, recognizes school districts that have implemented programs that are bettering the lives of students, schools and communities.

 

The 12 honored districts and their brag-worthy programs include:

  • Aldine ISD, Technology and Curriculum Conference
  • Blooming Grove ISD, “Mane” Event
  • Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, Camp Summit
  • Fort Bend ISD, Film Festival
  • Frankston ISD, Positive Phone Calls Initiative
  • Karnack ISD, Adopt-A-Room Program
  • Newton ISD, Eagle Landing Catering and Culinary Program
  • North East ISD, MacTEACH
  • Pearland ISD, RISE Mentoring
  • Royse City ISD, Chrome Squad
  • Sunnyvale ISD, SISD Writes
  • West Oso ISD, Bear Teacher Induction Program & Supports (TIPS)

 

“We had close to 200 nominations this year, and all of them deserve bragging rights,” Texas School Business Editorial Director Dacia Rivers says. “We hope the 12 stories we singled out and chose to share will inspire other districts into action. Our mission at Texas School Business is to report on the good things happening in our public schools, and we are never short on stories to report.”

 

For 63 years, Texas School Business has served as the news magazine for public education in Texas. Since 2014, it has been produced by the Texas Association of School Administrators (www.tasanet.org). To read the 10th Annual Bragging Rights issue online, visit www.texasschoolbusiness.com.