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  • Kenia

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    Westfield High School senior Kenia Hernandez, who plans to attend Sam Houston State University following graduation, is among twenty education pathway students signing letters of intent to return to Spring ISD after college to teach.

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  • CTE Advisory Board Awards 20 Scholarships totaling $20,000 to 20 Seniors in 2020

    A record number of Spring ISD students this year received scholarships to help pursue their educational and career goals, thanks to the Spring ISD Career and Technology Advisory Board, which awarded $20,000 — the most money ever. Read more.

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  • CTE in Spring ISD is designed to address a variety of needs:

    Exploration of career interests, practical experiences in an intended career field, and entry level skills for selected occupations. Concepts and skills related to leadership, successful employment, entrepreneurship, and safety are an integral part of all programs. All programs are offered without regard to race, handicap, gender, or limited English proficiency.


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