Wednesday, January 30, 2019
at the TSC Performing Arts Center: 90 Taylor Ave., Brownsville, Texas
Monday, January 28, 2019
View the Brainsville Inventions Results.
Friday, January 25, 2019
Take part and drop off your donations at the Oliveira Middle School Library from January 25th – February 1st between 7:30 AM and 3:00 PM. POC- Demina Nichols.
Food items can be picked up with South Texas Afghanistan Iraq Veterans Association (STAIVA), 519 E. Madison St. Brownsville, Tx 78520. POC - Elvia B. Lozoya Tuesday, February 5 – 8 from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Must have Federal ID.
1800 Cummings Place
Brownsville Learning Academy High School is offering The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, which offers free tax help to people who generally make $54,000 or less, persons with disabilities and limited English speaking taxpayers who need assistance in preparing their own tax returns. Our students are IRS-certified volunteers that provide free basic income tax return preparation with electronic filing to qualified individuals.
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Saturday, January 26, 2019
1 Mile Run/Walk • 7:45AM
5K • 8:15AM
Late Registration: Will be held the day of the race at Besteiro Middle School (behind the school) between 6:30AM and 7:20AM.
$12 for everyone the day of the race.
For more information: Call Coach Salgado at (956) 698-1291 or Coach Medina (956) 698-2154
Friday, January 18, 2019
Dr. Hatton earned her Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education / Special Education. Her Masters Degree is in Special Education and she earned her Mid-Management administration certificate in 1988. Dr. Hatton earned her doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from The University of Texas – Austin in 1996 followed by her Superintendent’s Certification in 1998. She began her career as a professional educator with the Edinburg CISD and then the Monte Alto ISD. She served for two years as a Special Education Specialist with the Region One ESC followed by two years as an Instructor/Professor for the University of Texas – Pan American. She returned to the Region One ESC as Program Director of General Education Programs and Coordinator of Gifted/Talented Education. For five years, Dr. Hatton was the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction, and Special Programs for the La Joya ISD. In 1992 she was made the Deputy Director of the Region One ESC and then became its Executive Director in 1997 – a position which she held for nine years.
The desire to provide systematic improvement to schools and districts led Dr. Hatton to create Hatton Enterprises, Inc. Through her consulting firm and as a partner with the Institute for School Excellence, she has endeavored to engage with school personnel in order to reform, redesign, and transform the instructional environment through leadership team coaching and empowerment. Most recently, Dr. Hatton served as the leadership coach for principals within the Region 13 ESC as they implemented the Texas Blueprint for Early College High Schools. Whether it was leading a district review team for the State of Texas Legislative Board or coaching principals of magnet schools who were seeking to establish public / private partnerships, Dr. Hatton has been at the forefront of the most recent and innovative concepts and strategies affecting our public schools.
Dr. Hatton, addressed the principals on Wednesday, January 16, 2019, providing them with an overview of her professional background as well as her vision for continued district growth and achievement. She emphasized that meetings would be used to "deliberate, collaborate, and innovate" so that the educational needs of the students would be met. She acknowledged the many accomplishments that have been earned by district campuses and personnel but also reminded everyone that continued progress depended on effectiveness and efficiency and a willingness to always aim higher.
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
This year, BISD students earned nine first chairs at this level of competition and Joshua Tovar, Bass I from Veterans Memorial, earned the distinct honor of becoming a four-year All-State Choir member.
(In the list below, choir students and some instrumental students have already been placed in a specific performing ensemble. The remaining instrumental students will have one more competition at the convention to determine their rankings within one of the All-State Bands or Orchestras.)
Congratulations to the following magnificent, young adults who earned a place as one of the top high school musicians in Texas for the 2018-2019 school year!
Karla Flores — Oboe, 6A All-State (1st chair, 6A Area)
Rolando Cespedes — Bb Clarinet, 6A All-State (2nd chair, 6A Area)
Victor Sosa — Bb Clarinet, 6A All-State (3rd chair, 6A Area)
JonCarlo Picazo — Alto Saxophone, 6A All-State (2nd chair, 6A Area)
David Gonzalez — French Horn, 6A All-State (4th chair, 6A Area)
Rebekah Modesto — Soprano II, All-State Mixed Choir (2nd chair, Area)
Azaria Vasquez — Alto II, All-State Treble Choir (4th chair, Area)
Dominic Chavez — Tenor I, All-State Tenor-Bass Choir (6th chair, Area)
Justin Garza — Tenor II, All-State Tenor-Bass Choir (7th chair, Area)
Allen Pace — Bass II, All-State Mixed Choir (2nd chair, Area)
J. Robert Ruiz — Bass II, All-State Tenor-Bass Choir (7th chair, Area)
Angela Estrada — English Horn, Symphony Orchestra — 6th in the state
Leon Ramos — Tuba, 5A All-State (1st chair, 5A Area)
Axel Ramirez — Bb Clarinet, 5A All-State (2nd chair, 5A Area)
Brandon Sanchez — Bb Clarinet, 5A All-State (4th chair, 5A Area)
Joshua Garcia — Baritone Saxophone, 5A All-State — 1st in the state
Karla Rodriguez — Alto I, All-State Treble Choir (6th chair, Area)
Angela Saldivar — Alto II, All-State Mixed Choir (2nd chair, Area)
Christian Perez — Bb Clarinet, 5A All-State (1st chair, 5A Area)
Oziel Flores — Bass Clarinet, 6A All-State (1st chair, 6A Area)
Noe Loera — French Horn, 5A All-State (2nd chair, 5A Area)
Diego Arias — Flute, 6A All-State (3rd chair, 6A Area)
Vianca Flores — Eb Clarinet, 6A All-State (1st chair, 6A Area)
Joshua Barron — Bb Clarinet, 6A All-State (7th chair, 6A Area)
Kevin Villela — Trumpet, 6A All-State (5th chair, 6A Area)
Krystal Hernandez — Soprano I, All-State Treble Choir (5th chair, Area)
Diego Hurtado — Bass II, All-State Tenor-Bass Choir (5th chair, Area)
VETERANS MEMORIAL BAND
Edith Olivares — Piccolo, 5A All-State — 2nd in the state
Hanna Valle — Oboe, 5A All-State — 5th in the state
Michael Arizmendi — Trumpet, 5A All-State (2nd chair, 5A Area)
Orlando Perez — Trumpet, 5A All-State (4th chair, 5A Area)
Adolfo Peña — French Horn, 6A All-State (2nd chair, 6A Area)
Miguel Rodriguez — Euphonium, 5A All-State (1st chair, 5A Area)
Oscar Cantu — Percussion, 6A All-State (3rd chair, 6A Area)
VETERANS MEMORIAL CHOIR
Sabrina Rodriguez — Soprano I, All-State Treble Choir (8th chair, Area)
Joshua Tovar — Bass I, All-State Mixed Choir (1st chair, Area)
Allen Lopez — Bass I, All-State Tenor-Bass Choir (6th chair, Area)
Alex Cisneros — Bass II, All-State Mixed Choir (1st chair, Area)
Thomas Garcia — Bass II, All-State Mixed Choir (3rd chair, Area)
Grand Total: 39 students
Monday, January 14, 2019
The Brownsville Independent School District is extremely proud to announce that not only was the Oliveira Middle School band named as one of the three winners from the Southwestern Division of the nation, but it was also selected as the 2018-2019 Dr. William P. Foster Project - Award of Excellence / National Winner! Sincere congratulations go out to the Oliveira Middle School band members, Principal, Cynthia Castro, Head Band Director, Gaspar Garcia, and Assistant Directors Michael Kuntz, Robert Barron, and Jose Manzano.
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