The Aubrey Education Foundation awarded 11 innovative and technology grants, totaling $22,178, to Aubrey Independent School District teachers in May. AEF Executive Director Rhonda Brawner, Aubrey ISD administrators, and representatives from CoServ and the city of Aubrey surprised teachers in their classrooms with large paper checks. The teacher grants are partly funded by endowments from CoServ Charitable Foundation and Boeing, and AISD Employee Giving. This year’s grants included a floral cooler for floral design classes, funding for three robotic teams, a Google smart speaker, mobile STEM carts, fine motor light tables for writing, a portable wireless projector and Chromebook set for a One Wall Classroom, an Xperia Sony touch projector, KidsErgo Active Seats and class sets of iPads.
McKINNEY, TX – The McKinney Economic Develop Corporation (MEDC) was honored with the international Bronze Excellence Award from the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) during the IEDC Annual Conference in Toronto, Canada. MEDC received the award for innovation in campaigning Economic Development Week by utilizing multiple media platforms including newspaper, YouTube, radio, social media and the website to educate the community on…Read More
The National School Public Relations Association selected Dr. Jamie Wilson, Denton ISD superintendent of schools, as one of 24 education leaders for outstanding community engagement and communication practices. Dr. Wilson is the lone honoree from Texas, and the only representative from the organization’s South Central Region of the United States, which encompasses seven states, named a 2015-2016 Superintendent to Watch. “By recognizing…Read More
On January 19, 2016 the Little Elm Chamber of Commerce held their annual awards banquet at Hula Hut in Little Elm. Approximately 90 people attended the event to honor the 2015 award winners and nominees. The Little Elm Chamber of Commerce would like to thank Capital One Bank of Little Elm, CWD, CoServe and Recycle to Support for their generosity in sponsoring…Read More
Denton, TX – After two long years, Strickland Middle School 8th grader, Elise Clements will complete her Girl Scout Silver Award on October 25, 2015 with the dedication of a Texas Historical Commission Marker for Miss Beulah Ann Harriss. The marker dedication ceremony will begin at 2:00 pm at the Denton Civic Center. The historical marker unveiling will be in the Denton…Read More