Forty Texas teachers are being recognized as the ‘Best in Texas Education’ using their selection as finalists in the 2011 H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards. The group noted the H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards are a Texas monetary reputation program for the state’s educators. The 40-Texas educators chosen as finalists for a 2011-H-E-B Excellence in Education Award will now be asked to compete on the statewide level for higher acknowledgement and cash awards. A special event weekend will be held in their honor May 13 -15, in Austin.
News of their selection as 2011 finalists was kept a key from the educators until H-E-B went to each of their universities to surprise them. Through the surprise visit, each finalist received two monetary cash honors in identification of their finalist status, according to the group. 1,000 because of their school. 2,500 because of their school. Jennifer Garcia, an instructor at Hornsby Dunlap Elementary (Del Valle ISD) in Austin.
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Garcia is competing in the awards’ Rising Star Elementary Category. Jason Sabotin, an instructor at Arlington Heights SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (Fort Worth ISD) in Forth Worth. Sabotin is competing in the honors’ Rising Star Secondary Category. Michael Massad Sr, a teacher at Patton Elementary (Austin ISD) in Austin. Massad is competing in the awards’ Leadership Elementary category. Melissa Cooper, a teacher at Murchison Middle School (Austin ISD) in Austin. Cooper is contending in the awards’ Leadership Secondary category.
Jayne Doxsey, a teacher at Reeces Creek Elementary (Killeen ISD) in Killeen. Doxsey is competing in the awards’ Lifetime Achievement Elementary category. Ella Whitley, an instructor at Midway Middle School (Midway ISD) in Hewitt. Whitley is competing in the honors’ Lifetime Achievement Secondary category. Ann Lilie, principal of Summitt Elementary (Austin ISD) in Austin. Lilie is competing in the awards’ Principal Elementary category.
Charles Pickett, primary of Richardson High School (Richardson ISD) in Richardson. Pickett is contending in the awards’ Principal Secondary category. Christy Zamora, an instructor at Flour Bluff Early Childhood Center (Corpus Christi ISD) in Corpus Christi. Zamora is competing in the honors’ Rising Star Elementary Category. Jennifer Welch, an instructor at Claude Cunningham Middle School (Corpus Christi ISD) in Corpus Christi. Welch is contending in the awards’ Rising Star Secondary category. Martha McLeod, a teacher at Fulton 4-5-Grade Learning Center (Aransas County ISD) in Rockport, Texas. McLeod is competing in the honors’ Leadership Elementary category.
Judy Holmgreen, an instructor at Alice SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (Alice ISD) in Alice, Texas. Holmgreen is competing in the awards’ Leadership Secondary category. Belinda Silva, a teacher at Moses Menger Elementary (Corpus Christi ISD) in Corpus Christi. Silva is competing in the honors’ Lifetime Achievement Elementary Category. Linda Colman, an instructor at Cuero High School (Cuero ISD), Cuero, Texas.