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St. Louis Early Childhood Center - Alicia Guajardo

TISD Campus Teacher of the Year for the St. Louis Early Childhood Center, Head Start teacher Alicia Guajardo. TISD Campus Teacher of the Year for the St. Louis Early Childhood Center, Head Start teacher Alicia Guajardo.

Alicia Guajardo, a Head Start teacher, is the 2011-2012 Tyler ISD Campus Teacher of the Year for the St. Louis Early Childhood Center.

I am so grateful to be a teacher. I enjoy seeing my students learn and grow throughout the year and feel great pride in all of their achievements. I am very honored to be a part of their learning. - Alicia Guajardo


 

Andy Woods Elementary - Becky Tillson

Austin Elementary - Rhona Meads

Bell Elementary - Kelly England

Birdwell Elementary - Thomas Matteucci

Bonner Elementary - George Brigman

Boshears Center for Exceptional Programs - Lawren Phillips

Caldwell Elementary Arts Academy - Beth Lockhart

Clarkston Elementary - Anna Dickey

Dixie Elementary - Natasha Balfour

Douglas Elementary - Camille Becton

Dr. Bryan C. Jack Elementary - Thurndotte Ray

Griffin Elementary - Ashley Rayner

Jones Elementary MST Academy - Sandra Ferris

Orr Elementary - James Westwood

Owens Elementary - Mary Rouquette

Peete Elementary - Wanda Wilson

Ramey Elementary - Brenda Evans

Rice Elementary - Jennifer Thrasher

St. Louis Early Childhood Center - Alicia Guajardo

TARGET - Patricia Cooper

Boulter Middle School - Christie O'Neal

Dogan Middle School - Satoya Dodd

James S. Hogg Middle School - Leah Huffstetter

Hubbard Middle School - Jacob Payne

Moore MST Magnet School - Christopher Rasure

Stewart Middle School - Mary McGough Skinner

PACE - Joshua Graves

Plyler Instructional Complex - Pennie McKeller

John Tyler High School - Laura Berns

Robert E. Lee High School - David Howard

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