Pasadena ISD accepting nominations for 2012 Distinguished Citizen Award
The Pasadena Independent School District is now accepting nominations for its Distinguished Citizen Award for 2012.
The award is given annually to a local resident or business person who has demonstrated a strong commitment to the causes of education and youth-related activities in communities served by the Pasadena ISD, according to a district press release.
Nominees must demonstrate a commitment to the educational, social, spiritual and personal growth of the young people of the community through volunteer efforts in Pasadena schools or any youth-related organization and must reside or work within the boundaries of the school district.
Completed forms for nominations along with any supporting documentation such as newspaper clippings or resumes may be submitted to Renea Ivy-Sims by Wednesday, Oct. 3. A nomination form can be accessed from the homepage of the Pasadena ISD website: pasadenaisd.org.
With a growing enrollment of more than 52,000 students, Pasadena ISD campuses are all rated at the Academically Acceptable level or above by the Texas Education Agency. 18 schools received exemplary ratings and 32 attained recognized status for their performance.
Pasadena ISD is at 1515 Cherrybrook, Pasadena.
For more information, call 713-740-0247 or visit pasadenaisd.org.
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