CFISD inducts 10-member 2018 Wall of Fame class

September 17, 2018

Ten members of the 2018 Wall of Fame

Ten members of the 2018 Wall of Fame class were recognized in the Board Room of the Instructional Support Center on Monday, Sept. 17. The honorees were (from left) Sulema Tamez, Spanish teacher and former soccer coach at Cypress Ridge High School; Marjorie LeCompte, a special needs bus attendant at the Telge Transportation Center; Carole Wheeler, retired special needs bus driver at the Telge Transportation Center; Bill Powell, assistant superintendent of support services; Matt Roberson, lead pastor of the The MET Church; Julie Hinaman, an active volunteer and CFISD advocate through the CFISD Community Leadership Committee; Dr. Tracy McDaniel, director of testing for CFISD; Pamela Broussard, New Arrival Center (NAC) teacher at Cypress Falls High School; Jennifer Klaus, LOTE curriculum coordinator for CFISD; and John Nelson, assistant band director at Cy-Fair High School.

Sept. 17, 2018—Ten honorees of distinction were recognized and inducted into the 2018 Wall of Fame for their commitment and contributions to the educational experience of Cypress-Fairbanks ISD. This year’s ceremony marked the 25th anniversary of the Wall of Fame.

Dr. Mark Henry, superintendent of schools, served as master of ceremonies for the annual event, held Monday, Sept. 17 in the Board Room of the Instructional Support Center. The Cypress Ridge High School Air Force JROTC color guard welcomed the honorees and guests with a line of honor.

Eight CFISD employees were honored for their professional achievements at the state and national levels, along with two recipients of the Friend of Education award, which is presented to a community member who has made major contributions to enhance the educational experiences of CFISD students.

The Friend of Education awards were presented to:

Julie HinamanJulie Hinaman, an active volunteer at multiple campuses and passionate advocate for CFISD students through her role on the CFISD Community Leadership Committee.

 

 

Matt RobersonMatt Roberson, lead pastor of The MET Church who has served the Cypress community with the church since 2010, including having The MET transform into a shelter, donation center and feeding site in August 2017 after Hurricane Harvey and its flooding struck the community.

 

The other Wall of Fame inductees are:

Pamela BroussardPamela Broussard, New Arrival Center (NAC) teacher at Cypress Falls High School. She is being honored for receiving the HEB Excellence in Education Lifetime Achievement Award. Broussard has 30 total years in education, including nine in CFISD.

Jennifer KlausJennifer Klaus, LOTE curriculum coordinator for CFISD. She is being honored for being named presidentof the Texas Association of Language Supervision. Klaus has a total of 18 years in education, with all but one having been in CFISD;

 

Marjorie LeCompteMarjorie LeCompte, a special needs bus attendant at the Telge Transportation Center. She is being honored for being named Special Needs Bus Attendant of the Year by the Texas Association of Pupil Transportation. LeCompte has 30 years in education, all of which have been in CFISD;

Dr. Tracy McDanielDr. Tracy McDaniel, director of testing for CFISD. She is being honored for being named president of the Texas Statewide Network of Assessment Professionals. Dr. McDaniel has 20 total years in education, with six having been in CFISD;


John NelsonJohn Nelson, assistant band director at Cy-Fair High School. He is being honored for being inducted into the Texas Color Guard Circuit 2018 Percussion Hall of Fame. Nelson has a total of 23 years in education, 16 of which have been in CFISD;

Bill PowellBill Powell, assistant superintendent of support services. He is being honored for being named president of the Texas Association of Pupil Transportation. Powell has 30 total years in education, with 17 having been in CFISD;


Sulema Tamez,Sulema Tamez, Spanish teacher and former soccer coach at Cypress Ridge High School. She is being honored for receiving the United Soccer Coaches Association High School Coach of Significance Award. Tamez has a total of 23 years in education, 16 of which have been in CFISD; and 

Carole WheelerCarole Wheeler, retired special needs bus driver at the Telge Transportation Center. She is being honored for being named Special Needs Bus Drive of the Year by the Texas Association of Pupil Transportation. Wheeler served a total of 37 years in education, all of which were in CFISD.

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