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Cynthia Aguilera and Jill Charrier received several recognitions at the 11th Annual Suburban Houston Association for Bilingual Education (SHABE) Teacher of the Year Banquet held on April 13 at the Sheraton North Houston Hotel at George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
SHABE named Charrier of Hinojosa EC/PK Center and Aguilera of Escamilla Intermediate School the 2012 Aldine ISD Elementary ESL (English as a Second Language) Teacher of the Year and the Bilingual Elementary Teacher of the Year respectively. Charrier also was named the SHABE 2012 Elementary ESL Teacher of the Year.
Campuses that participate in SHABE either select or nominate teachers. Each teacher of the year must then submit an application. From the submissions, the SHABE Selection Committee selects finalists who are interviewed and asked to submit student products. The Selection Committee selects winners for each district and the three top winners for SHABE: a Bilingual Teacher of the Year, an ESL Elementary Teacher of the Year, and an ESL Secondary Teacher of the Year.
Aguilera and Charrier each received a trophy from Aldine ISD, an engraved glass paperweight and a glass trophy from SHABE.
The Awards Banquet also consisted of awarding student scholarships. The following six Aldine ISD students received $500 scholarships: Mariana Corona, Jessica Jacobo, and Blanca Soto of Aldine Senior High School are will be attending the University of Houston, the University of Texas and Texas A&M University respectively; Stephany Lara Guzmán, Laura López, and Lesly Martín of MacArthur Senior High School who will be attending Sam Houston State University, the University of Texas, and the University of Houston respectively.
SHABE also honored all the Bilingual and ESL Campus Teachers of the Year. Below is a list of Aldine ISD Campus Bilingual and ESL Teachers of the Year.
Campus Bilingual Elementary Teachers of the Year:
Larisa Castillo, Bussey Elementary School
Alma Capallera, Calvert Intermediate School
Ngoc-Lam Do, Carmichael Elementary School
Patricia Rodríguez, Carroll Elementary School
Nora Aguilar, Carter Academy
Delma González, de Santiago EC/PK Center
Lillian Saucedo, Dunn Elementary School
Elia Martínez, Eckert Intermediate School
Dora Baxter, Ermel Elementary School
Cynthia Aguilera, Escamilla Intermediate School
Carla Marsh, Francis Elementary School
Andrea Barnes, García-Leza EC/PK Center
Alexandra Briceño, Goodman Elementary School
Brenda Encinas, Gray Elementary School
Yolanda Cruz, Johnson Elementary School
Vanessa Mould, Jones EC/PK Center
Sara Pérez, Keeble EC/PK Center
Guadalupe Vásquez, Kujawa Elementary School
Juan Carlos Garza, Magrill Elementary School
David Ward, Odom Elementary School
Claudia Salinas, Oleson Elementary School
María González, Orange Grove Elementary School
Alicia Cantú, Raymond Academy
Yolanda Ramos, Reece Academy
Nereida Ochoa, Sammons Elementary School
Marlene Moseley, Smith Elementary School
Angélica Santana, Spence Elementary School
Martha Dobbie, Stephens Elementary School
Floriberta Estrada, Vines EC/PK Center
Lorenzo Ortiz, Worsham Elementary School
Campus ESL Elementary Teachers of the Year:
Bridget Muller, Black Elementary School
Leah Lester, Bussey Elementary School
Mary Helen González, Calvert Elementary School
Kathleen Mitchell, Carmichael Elementary School
JaNae Johnston, Carroll Academy
Christina Daniels, Carter Academy
Margaret Salvo, de Santiago EC/PK Center
Stephanie Solomon, Ermel Elementary School
Jorunn Stuberfield, Escamilla Intermediate School
Tami Elaine Victor, García-Leza EC/PK Center
Shareecia Roberts, Goodman Elementary School
Lori Aych, Gray Elementary School
Jill Charrier, Hinojosa EC/PK Center
Felecite Piper, Jones EC/PK Center
Carmen Vigors, Kujawa Elementary School
Evangeline Brady, Oleson Elementary School
Kathleen Kelly, Orange Grove Elementary School
Emily Horton, Raymond Academy
Traci Hopson, Reece Academy
Diana Muñiz, Sammons Elementary School
Christina Márquez, Spence Elementary School
Eshanthie Tyner, Stehlik Intermediate School
Jennifer Vargas, Stephens Elementary School
Campus ESL Secondary Teacher of the Year:
Sandra Allen, Plummer Middle School
SHABE was founded to support teachers, paraprofessional and administrators as they educate students whose native language is not English. The Association serves to review and disseminate the state of bilingual education in Texas. Additionally, SHABE members exchange data, studies, ideas, practices, and information with area school districts and educators.
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