[et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ theme_builder_area=”post_content” _builder_version=”4.17.4″ _module_preset=”default”][et_pb_row _builder_version=”4.17.4″ _module_preset=”default” theme_builder_area=”post_content”][et_pb_column _builder_version=”4.17.4″ _module_preset=”default” type=”4_4″ theme_builder_area=”post_content”][et_pb_text _builder_version=”4.17.4″ _module_preset=”default” theme_builder_area=”post_content” hover_enabled=”0″ sticky_enabled=”0″]Lamar State College-Orange has released its 2022 Spring Dean and Presidents lists. Several Orange students made both lists
To be named on the President’s List, students must attend full-time and earn a 4.0-grade point average
Lesleigh Michelle Amedee, Teaching;
Rachel Herrera Anzaldua, Business Management
Kendall Pate Arena, Process Operating
Garrett Ryan Ashworth, Teaching
Marcus Bernard, Instrumentation
Christopher Edwin Brewer, Liberal Arts
Spencer Anthony Brister, Instrumentation
Sandy Van Anh Bui, Dental Assisting
Ashlea Renea Clark, Instrumentation
Tiffany Shea Cope, Registered Nursing
Ellison A. Crew, Criminal Justice
Morgan Kay Fisher, Liberal Arts
Tatum Joy Fountain, General Studies
Kelsey Brena Garrett, Dental Assisting
James Ramon Gordon, Process Operating
Carlos Manuel Gutierrez Vilches, Vocational Nursing
Anh Thi Kim Le, Process Operating
Estrella Jacqueline Lobatos Carranza, Pharmacy Technology
Krislyn Morgan Joiner McBryde, Instrumentation
Anairda Mendez, Business Management;
Victoria Kay Morgan, Pharmacy Technology
Deshawn Lavelle Parker, Computer Science
Jeanny Marie Phillips, Process Operating
Gregory Sterling Reno, Business
Jarrod Ryan Samuels, Process Operating
Sheila Fiveson Schwartz, Liberal Arts
Dominic Anthony Seppi, Biology Medical Professions Emphasis
Maria Del Carmen Servin, Dental Assisting
Donna Jean Shaunesey, Industrial Technology
Anna Elizabeth Simon, Teaching
Heather Rene’ Sloan, Pre-Registered Nursing
Jose De Jesus Torres, Instrumentation
Octavia Rheayel Weimer, General Studies
Steven Leon Wilkerson, Liberal Arts
Krystin Danyelle Williams, Vocational Nursing
Michael Woodcroft, Teaching
To be named to the Dean’s List, students must attend full-time and maintain a minimum of a 3.4 GPA.
Whitney Alyse Anderson, Process Operating
Rebecca Herrera Anzaldua, Business Management
Ralynn Simone Beasley, General Studies
Phillip Mabry Block, Business
Bianca Denee Bourque, Teaching
Jimicka Nicole Brown, Teaching
Roeh Matthew Burton, Natural Science
Jamie Renae Carpenter, Dental Assisting
Lucero Chavez, Vocational Nursing
Alana Renea Craig, Business
Jacoby Doliviae Crawford, Instrumentation
Rylie Lynn Dollar, Teaching
Morgan Jaide Durden, Teaching
Logan Isaiah Lee Ellis, Biology Medical Professions Emphasis
Kate Morgan Ernst, Sociology
Valyn Rose Faulk, Sociology
Chase Joshua Fisher, Business
Ryan Parker Ford, Process Operating
Caden Lucas Frederick, Instrumentation
Raymond Brett Fregia, Process Operating
Logan Michael Gaddis, Process Operating
Trinity Lyshae Garrett, Advanced Nurse Aide
Quinton Ferlando Garrett, Process Operating
Darby Dakota Gore, Vocational Nursing
Willie Andree Elliott Hairston, Liberal Arts
Mark Logan Halliburton, Criminal Justice
Sydney Hope Hanson, Vocational Nursing
Anayeli Alejandra Hernandez, General Studies
Cole Taylan Hinson, Biology Medical Professions Emphasis
Seantay Dashelle King, Vocational Nursing
Mack Halton Koonce, Process Operating
Andy Lara, Instrumentation
Olivia Grace Leavings, Business
Asa Auston Lewis, Instrumentation
Crystal Spring Malone, Business
Matthew Blake Martin, Instrumentation
Grace Ann Martinez, Pharmacy Technology
Emily Frances Mazzagate, Liberal Arts
Kent Austin Michael, Process Operating
Aliyah Destiny Mims, Pre-Vocational Nursing
Robert Manuel Moore, Process Operating
Delaney Michele Mugleston, Communication
Alberto Emmanuel Munguia, Instrumentation
Patricia Paola Nunez-Reyes, Medical Assistant
Shelby Renee Perales, Natural Science
Layne Cole Pevey, Process Operating
Mikayla Nicole Reynolds, Business
Alia Ronetria Roberts, Pharmacy Technology
Brendan Ryan Sylestine, General Studies
Levelva Nicole Thomas, Vocational Nursing
Elizabeth Marie Torres, Instrumentation
Ryu Taurence Wade, General Studies
Tyrone Wayne Waggoner, Process Operating
Katelyn Nichole Watson, Pre-Vocational Nursing
Ryan Michael Wesolowski, Process Operating
Chelsea Marie Wiley, Liberal Arts
Clint Ja’ron Williams, Communication
OCDR hosting 5th Annual Taste of the Holidays, looking for Food Vendors
Orange County Disaster Rebuild is hosting the 5th Annual Taste of the Holidays on November 16th at the Orange County Convention and Expo Center.
They are looking for food establishments in Orange County interested in participating to contact them at 409-745-9719. They are hoping to have more than 30 vendors at this year’s event.
Tickets go on sale the first week in October.
County Tax Office releases updated Trust Property List
The Orange County Tax Office released its updated trust property list.
They are accepting minimum bid amounts only at this time. According to the tax district, if properties do not sell, the may be sold at a reduced amount at our next online tax resale auction in 2024.
Please call for more information. 409-882-7971
West Orange-Cove CISD Unveils Innovative Mobile Classroom, Revolutionizing Learning On the Go
WOCCISD is proud to announce the launch of our innovative and fully equipped mobile learning lab, a solution funded by the Elementary and Secondary Emergency Relief (ESSER) grant. Pioneered by Dr. Alicia Sigee, Director of Student Services at WOCCISD, the new mobile classroom is committed to providing an adaptable learning environment for various learning needs and community engagement.
The mobile classroom redefines traditional learning methods. This state-of-the-art vehicle boasts two slide-outs, three touch-screen television monitors, comfortable seating, and a versatile table that can be removed to create more space for students. Additionally, the unit includes a restroom, a kitchenette, a back room with pull-down seats, and an ADA wheelchair elevator, ensuring an inclusive learning environment for all. Finally, the classrooms are outfitted with dry-erase boards and touchscreen monitors to allow teaching on every surface. This innovative vehicle transforms learning into an engaging, interactive experience that can stand alone entirely with four AC units and a generator onboard.
The primary focus of this vehicle will be the expansion of the successful “Read and Roll” program, particularly during the crucial summer months of the learning slide; however, we plan that this mobile unit will have many uses throughout the year.
“The “Read and Roll” program is already established as an impactful community initiative and has been a cornerstone of WOCCISD’s commitment to student learning loss,” stated Dr. Alicia Sigee. “Operating during the summer, the program combines literacy initiatives with meals and community service opportunities for student groups. By going directly into the neighborhoods where students live and play, the program ensures accessibility and community engagement.”
Other initiatives the vehicle will be used for include but are not limited to
Community Resilience: During crises such as hurricanes and disasters, the lab transforms into a disaster command unit and feeding site, providing vital support to the community.
Community Engagement: The lab enhances community engagement through an enrollment hub for parents, local parades, family nights, and parent education initiatives.
Education Empowerment: Parent education sessions on platforms like Skyward and insights into grading periods provide parents with tools to participate in their child’s education.
Comprehensive Events: From “Back to School at LCSO” to FASFA Nights, the lab facilitates diverse community programs such as meet-the-programs nights and mobile job fairs.
“We are thrilled to introduce this groundbreaking diverse mobile classroom,” said WOCCISD Superintendent Dr. Rickie Harris. “Our goal is to provide an educational space that accommodates various learning styles and ensures that every student feels welcome and included. This vehicle embodies our dedication to delivering a high-quality education beyond traditional boundaries.”
This innovative mobile learning lab embodies WOCCISD’s dedication to adapting and evolving to meet the changing needs of students, families, and the community. It symbolizes resilience, innovation, and commitment to empowering lives through excellence every day!