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Wednesday, May 22, 2013
ANNOUNCEMENT: Armstrong Elementary School honors Volunteers at Appreciation Breakfast
PICTURED: Armstrong staff pictured with volunteers from First United Methodist Church – Pictured (seated, from left) are: Catherine Temple, Reverend Jeremy Woodley; and (standing, from left) Belle Howle, Bill McBride, Elsa Villarreal, Parent Resource Center Coordinator; Felicia Holmes, Assistant Principal at Armstrong; Jenny Bailey, FBISD Board Member and church volunteer; Denise McCombs, and Patricia Pratt.
Armstrong Elementary School honors Volunteers at Appreciation Breakfast for Valuable Contributions
FORT BEND ISD - To celebrate the valuable contributions of its community volunteers, Armstrong Elementary School recently hosted an appreciation breakfast that welcomed members of First United Methodist Church and several parent volunteers who are actively involved at the school.
The volunteers support Armstrong faculty and staff by serving as mentors, reading buddies, field trip chaperones, and by donating reading material, school supplies and funding to support various programs and activities. Several parents also take part in educational classes provided through the school’s Parent Resource Center, which also provides additional opportunities for participants to become involved in supporting students' educational experience.
PICTURED: Elsa Villarreal, Parent Resource Center Coordinator (front, center) is shown with Armstrong’s “Super Moms.”
PICTURED: Jaye Campbell, Resource teacher (left) and Callie Day, Data Specialist (right) welcome parent volunteers Osvaldo Medina and Luis Chavez to the event.
PICTURED: Star Students Celeste Tunstall, Brandon Juarez and Romya Kelly, pictured with assistant principal Felicia Holmes, served as event greeters.
PICTURED: Lori Craig, Principal at Armstrong (right) welcomed Jenny Bailey, FBISD Board Member and church volunteer, to the breakfast.
PICTURED: Following the breakfast, parents visited the Parent Resource Center to take part in a learning session.
PICTURED: FBISD Board Member, Jenny Bailey, is pictured with her Armstrong reading buddy, Adrian Moreno.