Aldine ISD Trustee Rose Avalos was one of four Harris County women selected as a recipient of the “Women Making History” Award from the Texas Democratic Women (TDW) Harris County Metro Area organization.
Ms. Avalos was honored on April 21 at the eighth annual “Women Making History” Awards Luncheon, held at the IBEW Hall.
The award honors four hardworking women who have made outstanding contributions to Democratic causes in Harris County.
The three other women honored at the luncheon were Gabrielle Hadnot, Ginny Stogner McDavid and Linda Morales.
Ms. Avalos was elected to the Position 3 seat on the Aldine ISD Board of Trustees in May of 2006. She has been a resident of Aldine since the age of two months. Ms. Avalos attended Aldine schools and was a member of the second class to graduate from MacArthur High School in 1968.
After graduating from Sam Houston State University, she began her educational career in 1972 as a teacher in Aldine ISD and remained with the district for 33 years. During her Aldine tenure, she served as a counselor, program director, and assistant principal and principal of Escamilla Intermediate School. In 1994, she returned to her alma mater and served as MacArthur High School’s principal for 11 years before retiring in 2005. Ms. Avalos was named the district’s Principal of the Year in 2002 and 2003.
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