Engineers from ExxonMobil are helping some Spring ISD middle school students build awareness of careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The ExxonMobil Girls Engineering Festival in Conroe allowed industry professionals to introduce engineering-related career pathways to about 160 eighth-grade girls from Spring ISD.
Hundreds of Spring community members gathered May 21 at Fallbrook Church to hear Superintendent Dr. Rodney Watson present the district’s strategic plan for the next five years - Every Child 2020.
“Every child in our community matters. Don’t write off or underestimate the power and meaning of this message. It is and will be our driving, guiding force. It will be central to who we are and how we operate from this day forward.” -Dr. Rodney Watson
Saturday, May 30, 2015 is the big day - graduation day - for more than 2,000 students from the district's four high schools: Dekaney, Early College Academy, Spring and Westfield.
Visit our Graduation 2015 website for:
- Live streaming video of the ceremonies
- Each school's Top 10 graduates
- Detailed graduation information
Spring ISD student and staff achievements were on full display recently as over 600 members of the Spring ISD family gathered to share their successes at the annual Spring ISD Employee Recognition Banquet held in the Hilton Houston North Hotel’s main ballroom. A highlight of the event was the announcement of 2015 Spring ISD Teachers of the Year LaToya Patterson, elementary, and Claudia Lara, secondary.
71 seniors earn distinguished diploma; 28 to earn associate degree
Principal Dr. Rene Garganta has been busy. He is managing the daily duties that come with being the principal of a high school – handling student concerns and issues, conferencing with parents, while supporting and coaching teachers. But, this year, as the principal of Early College Academy at Southridge, he is also planning for the school’s first graduation ceremony.