What a distinguished honor in the world of education to be chosen as one of only twelve schools in Texas for the "Bragging Rights" magazine--a magazine that recognizes school districts that have implemented programs that are bettering the lives of Texas’ students, schools and communities.
See the issue, here. EBISD is on page 21.
And, in case you're wondering, Brahma Brain Camp will be back in the summer of 2023. More details to come later in the spring!
Twelve Texas school districts recognized for ground-breaking programs
AUSTIN, TEXAS (Dec. 1, 2022) —Twelve Texas school districts have been recognized for their outstanding programs with the release of Texas School Business magazine’s 16th Annual Bragging Rights 2022-23 special issue. Bragging Rights, which calls for nominations and is published every December, recognizes school districts that have implemented programs that are bettering the lives of Texas’ students, schools and communities.
This year’s 12 honored districts and their brag-worthy programs include:
Birdville ISD, Floral Design Program
Cotton Center ISD, Texas Instructional Leaders: School Culture Routines
East Bernard ISD, Brahma Brain Camp
Friendswood ISD, Blended US History/English III curriculum
Groesbeck ISD, Carpentry CTE Pathway
Hutto ISD, Automotive Technology program
Irving ISD, engineering students create a prosthetic arm
Northside ISD, Strong Fathers + Strong Children = Strong Families
Pewitt CISD, Supporting Educator Excellence Daily
Aransas County ISD, Maritime Science CTE
Socorro ISD, Teacher Residency Program
Splendora ISD, Realtor Lunch & Learn
“Nominations for school district programs across Texas poured in this year, and each one deserves to be noticed,” says Texas School Business Editorial Director Dacia Rivers. “It’s our hope that the 12 districts we chose inspire others to follow in their footsteps. The mission of Texas School Business is to share the good news happening in Texas public schools, and there’s never a shortage of news-worthy school programs for us to cover.”
For 48 years, Texas School Business has served as the news magazine for public education in Texas. Since 2014, it has been produced by the Texas Association of School Administrators (www.tasanet.org). To read the 16th Annual Bragging Rights issue online, visit www.texasschoolbusiness.com.