Future Educators claim awards at 2021 Teach Tomorrow Summit

March 30, 2021

CFISD students earn TAFE Summit honorsBridgeland High School students, from left, Jillian Alford, Molly Brenek and Hannh Plant were among numerous CFISD representatives to attend and earn awards at the virtual Texas Association of Future Educators 37th Annual Teach Tomorrow Summit. Alford qualified for national competition in Exploring Support Services Careers, while Brenek and Plant combined to earn a red ribbon in Project Visualize: Appreciation.

March 30, 2021—Students from Bridgeland, Cy-Fair, Cypress Falls and Jersey Village high schools earned awards from the virtual Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE) 37th Annual Teach Tomorrow Summit on March 4-6.

Three Bridgeland students, led by sponsor Stacy Morgan, placed in three events, including junior Jillian Alford being a national qualifier in Exploring Support Services Careers:

·       Molly Brenek – Project Visualize: Appreciation (red ribbon); and

·       Hannah Plant – Project Visualize: Appreciation (red ribbon).

0330 TAFE Summit 2 WEB.jpgCy-Fair High School students, from left, Casandra Parra, Kaylee Cox and Rebeca Douglas all placed and were recognized at the virtual Texas Association of Future Educators 37th Annual Teach Tomorrow Summit. Parra earned blue ribbons in Project Visualize: Appreciation and Interactive Bulletin Board: Elementary. Cox is a national qualifier in Impromptu Speaking and Public Speaking. Douglas earned a red ribbon in Interactive Bulletin Board: Middle/High School.

0330 TAFE Summit 3 WEB.jpgCy-Fair High School students, from left, Brianna Gonzalez, Kristina Delgado Mendoza and Stephanie Loza all placed and were recognized at the virtual Texas Association of Future Educators 37th Annual Teach Tomorrow Summit. Gonzalez earned a red ribbon in Project Visualize: Teaching/Training. Delgado Mendoza placed third in Differentiated Lesson Competition. Nina Vu earned a blue ribbon in Project Visualize: Appreciation.

Eight Cy-Fair students, led by sponsor Krystal Stephenson, placed in seven events, including sophomore Kaylee Cox being a national qualifier in Impromptu Speaking and Public Speaking:

·       Casandra Parra – Project Visualize: Appreciation (blue ribbon) and Interactive Bulletin Board: Elementary (blue ribbon);

·       Rebeca Douglas – Interactive Bulletin Board: Middle/High School (red ribbon); 

·       Kristina Delgado Mendoza – Differentiated Lesson Competition (third place);

·       Brianna Gonzalez – Project Visualize: Teaching/Training (red ribbon);

·       Viviana Juarez – Interactive Bulletin Board: Elementary (blue ribbon) and Project Visualize: Teaching/Training (red ribbon);

·       Melanie Reyna – Interactive Bulletin Board: Middle/High School (red ribbon); and

·       Nina Vu – Project Visualize: Appreciation (blue ribbon).

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Jersey Village High School junior Arianna Villarreal was among four Falcons to be national qualifiers during competition at the virtual Texas Association of Future Educators 37th Annual Teach Tomorrow Summit. Villarreal qualified in Impromptu Lesson and earning judge’s choice (best of the best) in the competition.

0330 TAFE Summit 5 WEB.jpgJersey Village High School students, from left, Paul Ruland, Carol Rodriguez and Ashlyn Brown all placed and were recognized at the virtual Texas Association of Future Educators 37th Annual Teach Tomorrow Summit. Ruland and Rodriguez are both national qualifiers in Ethical Dilemma. Brown earned a gold certificate in Breakout Session.

Nine Jersey Village students, led by sponsor Liz Starr, placed in seven events, including seniors Paul Ruland and Carol Rodriguez and junior Gabriela Lopez being national qualifiers in Ethical Dilemma, and Arianna Villarreal qualifying in Impromptu Lesson and earning judge’s choice (best of the best) in the competition:

·       Layla Ash – Interactive Bulletin Board: Middle School (red ribbon);

·       Ashlyn Brown – Breakout Session (gold certificate);

·       Laura Carranza – Breakout Session (gold certificate) and Project Visualize: Appreciation (blue ribbon) and ELF Test (silver certificate); and

·       Gabriela Lopez – Differentiated Lesson Plan (top 5!), Breakout Session (gold certificate) and ELF Test (silver certificate); and

·       Arianna Villarreal – Project Visualize: Appreciation (blue ribbon) and ELF Test (silver certificate).

Cypress Falls senior Avril Cruz placed in Portfolio (gold certificate) and Chapter Yearbook (red ribbon). The Golden Eagles were led by sponsor Kathleen Skehan.

0330 TAFE Summit 6 WEB.jpgJersey Village High School students, from left, Layla Ash, Gabriela Lopez and Laura Carranza all placed and were recognized at the virtual Texas Association of Future Educators 37th Annual Teach Tomorrow Summit. Ash earned a red ribbon in Interactive Bulletin Board: Middle School. Lopez is a national qualifier in Ethical Dilemma, earned a top 5 in Differentiated Lesson Plan, gold certificate in Breakout Session and silver certificate in the ELF Test. Carranza earned a gold certificated in Breakout Session, blue ribbon Project Visualize: Appreciation and silver certificate in the ELF Test.

0330 TAFE Summit 7 WEB.jpgCypress Falls High School senior Avril Cruz earned a gold certificate in Portfolio and red ribbon in Chapter Yearbook at the virtual Texas Association of Future Educators 37th Annual Teach Tomorrow Summit.

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