The hearing will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Board Room of the Education Support Center, 2800 Texas Avenue in Deer Park.
Information discussed at the hearing will include TAPR, financial standard reports, district accreditation status, campus performance objectives, information on violent or criminal incidents, and information on the performance of the previous year’s graduates in their first year of college, as reported by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
The hearing is open to the public.
For 35 years, thousands of Deer Park High School students have wowed their classmates, teachers and community at Hello Texas. This year’s event is Feb. 2-4 at the Performing Arts Center at DPHS-South. Tickets are $10 while a three-night pass is $25. Both can be purchased at the high school front office.
A Dabbs Elementary staff member was honored at a recent Deer Park ISD Board meeting for saving the life of a choking student. Building Operator Sandra Cabrieles is credited for turning a potential tragedy into a happy ending.
The Deer Park ISD Board of Trustees held its first regularly scheduled meeting Monday night. At the combined workshop and meeting, DPISD Superintendent Victor White publicly expressed his frustrations with the state’s release of its A-F rankings earlier this month. The board also recognized several outstanding DPISD students and staff.
More than 220 space enthusiasts heard Apollo 7 astronaut Walter Cunningham’s perspectives on the past, present and future of manned space flight in a public discussion on Jan. 5 at University of Houston-Clear Lake. The lecture kicked off the 2017 season of the university’s Clear Lake Association of Senior Programs “Visions in Our Midst” Distinguished Speaker Series. Cunningham, far right, and his wife, Dot, posed with CLASP Speaker Series Chair and UHCL Distinguished Alumna Marilyn K. Lunney (second from right), and her husband, retired NASA engineer Glynn S. Lunney, who was flight director during the Gemini and Apollo programs and later, manager of the space shuttle program. The 11-day mission of Apollo 7 in 1968 in a newly redesigned command module set the stage for the 1969 moon landing of Apollo 11.
“Today, Apollo 7 is still the longest, most ambitious and most successful first test flight of any new flying machine,” Cunningham said.