Annual Conference Nominations
Every year at the Annual Conference, Texas ASCD presents awards to a select number of people to honor their hard work and dedication to education. Each award recipient is nominated by Texas ASCD members.
Show your appreciation to a valued colleague or a new teacher who is going “above and beyond” in their classroom by nominating them. You may also nominate a journalist or an organization that is doing exceptional work in reporting on education-related issues. The Texas ASCD Award is awarded at the Annual Conference in October.
The nomination period for 2019 ends September 16, 2019.
George H. and Gwyn Brownlee Leadership Award – recognizes and honors a Texas ASCD member who has performed instructional, supervisory, and, curricular duties and responsibilities consistent with the purpose of the organization in an exemplary manner. This individual will have provided continued service and support to Texas ASCD. Click here to download the application.
F. L. Elder Award for Outstanding Reporting in Education – nominate someone that is getting positive information out to the communities and citizens about public education. This person does not have to be a member of Texas ASCD. Click here for form.
Texas Educators Achieving Classroom Honors! (T.E.A.C.H. Award) – nominate an educator who has less than five years of classroom experience and has made an impact on students. This person does not have to be a member of Texas ASCD. Click here for form.
Texas ASCD Star Advocate – recognizes and celebrates a retiree who has served Texas ASCD in an exemplary manner throughout their educational career and association membership. Click here for form.
Texas Whole Child Award – The intent of the Texas Whole Child School Award program is to recognize schools that implement a culture and approach to ensure that each child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged so that he/she can be educated successfully. The award program will increase visibility to the Whole Child philosophy. Texas ASCD believes that more schools will transition from a focus on narrowly defined academic achievement as measured by state tests to a focus that promotes the development of the whole child. Check back soon for more details.
Texas ASCD Texas Educators Achieving Classroom Honors
(T.E.A.C.H.) Award Winners
Washington Elementary, Big Spring ISD – Elementary
Liberty Hill Jr. High School, Liberty Hill ISD – Secondary
Magnolia ISD – Elementary
Robinson ISD – Secondary
Brauchle Elementary, Northside ISD – Elementary
Paris High School, Paris ISD – Secondary
Round Rock ISD – Elementary
Keller ISD – Secondary
Cypress-Fairbanks ISD – Secondary
Cypress-Fairbanks ISD – Elementary
Community ISD – Elementary
South San Antonio ISD – Secondary
LCISD – Elementary
Katy ISD – Secondary
San Antnio ISD – Elementary
East Central ISD – Secondary
Flour Bluff ISD – Elementary
Coppell ISD – Secondary
Frisco ISD – Elementary
Greenville ISD – Secondary
San Antonio ISD – Secondary
Round Rock ISD – Elementary
La Joya ISD – Secondary