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PISD COMMUNICATION TEAM WINS PLATINUM AWARD
Posted on 02/26/2021
The Pasadena ISD communication team brought home the prestigious platinum award at the annual Texas School Public Relations Association (TSPRA) conference held in Denton, Texas this week.  READ MORE... about PISD COMMUNICATION TEAM WINS PLATINUM AWARD
Pasadena ISD students win at the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
Pasadena ISD students win at the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
Posted on 02/24/2021
Pasadena ISD students received awards after competing in the region’s Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.   READ MORE... about Pasadena ISD students win at the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
Keller Middle re-designated as School to Watch
Keller Middle re-designated as School to Watch
Posted on 02/23/2021
Keller Middle School has been re-designated as a School to Watch by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform and the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP). The school is one of only 50 campuses in Texas to receive the honor.   READ MORE... about Keller Middle re-designated as School to Watch
Superintendent surprises principals of the year
Superintendent surprises principals of the year
Posted on 02/12/2021
Dr. DeeAnn Powell, Pasadena ISD Superintendent of Schools, surprised this year’s principals of the year -- Franklin Moses of Dobie High School and Scott Pollack of Milstead Middle School.  READ MORE... about Superintendent surprises principals of the year
Bondy and Milstead named Texas Schools to Watch
Bondy and Milstead named Texas Schools to Watch
Posted on 02/10/2021
Bondy Intermediate School and Milstead Middle School have been named Texas Schools to Watch. Read about here!  READ MORE... about Bondy and Milstead named Texas Schools to Watch
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TDECU donates to PISD Education Foundation
Posted on 02/10/2021
TDECU donates $5,000 to the Pasadena ISD Education Foundation.  READ MORE... about TDECU donates to PISD Education Foundation
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Hands across Pasadena captures the handprints of the future
Posted on 02/09/2021
Sponsored by the City of Pasadena, the Economic Development Corporation and Pasadena ISD, multiple Pasadena ISD campuses are participating in “Hands across Pasadena,” an on-going beautification initiative where students and principals will get to display their handprints on ceramic tiles. The tiles will be installed on Richey Street for the whole city to see.   READ MORE... about Hands across Pasadena captures the handprints of the future
Drug use in children: Pasadena ISD administrators learn the signs
Drug use in children: Pasadena ISD administrators learn the signs
Posted on 02/04/2021
In an effort to better understand, recognize and ultimately prevent the usage of drugs in children, approximately 200 Pasadena ISD administrators including principals, assistant principals, counselors, police officers and nurses participated in a training by Tall Cop Says Stop.   READ MORE... about Drug use in children: Pasadena ISD administrators learn the signs
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Two PISD schools earn first-ever National Distinction for Engaging Families
Posted on 01/28/2021
Red Bluff Elementary and Sparks Elementary were named America’s Healthiest Schools by Healthier Generation, a nationwide recognition program that honors schools for implementing best practices that support learning and child development.   READ MORE... about Two PISD schools earn first-ever National Distinction for Engaging Families
Christopher Seretti: Community School graduate and future welder
Christopher Seretti: Community School graduate and future welder
Posted on 01/25/2021
Recent Community School graduate Christopher Seretti wanted to earn his diploma on time, but struggled while attending his traditional high school campus. After falling behind, Seretti decided to research other ways to complete his education. During his research, he learned about the programs available at Community School.   READ MORE... about Christopher Seretti: Community School graduate and future welder