Educational Secretaries Association hands out scholarships
Eight Lamar Consolidated Independent School District seniors each received a scholarship from the Lamar Consolidated Educational Secretaries Association, LCESA, at the group’s annual End of School Year Luncheon at the Fort Bend Country Club in Rosenberg.
Lamar Consolidated High School’s Victoria Cavazos and Chiamaka Ujari, Terry High’s Clayton Gardovsky and Marcella Quinones, Foster High’s Mallory Soto and Alyssa Stone and George Ranch High’s Tiffany Silva and Alexander Davis will all continue their education with help from the Association’s $500 scholarships.
Each year, the Lamar Consolidated Educational Secretaries Association awards scholarships to one deserving student at each Lamar CISD high school.
“This is the first year that the Association has been able to award two scholarships per high school and it’s something that we wish to continue,” said Becky Melendez, Scholarship Committee Chair.
The Association also installed officers for the coming year. Melissa Rodriguez, principal’s secretary at Reading Junior High, will be president; Michelle Haas, principal’s secretary at Beasley Elementary, is president-elect; Eva Zamora, payroll clerk, is 1st vice president; Stephaney Davis, assistant principal secretary at Reading Junior High, is 2nd vice president; Melissa Jozwiak, principal’s secretary at Velasquez Elementary, is the treasurer; Karen Jones, principal’s secretary at Hutchison Elementary, is the secretary; Julie Chapa, principal’s secretary at Ryon Middle School, is the historian; and Becky Melendez, secretary to the Director of Fine Arts, is the parliamentarian.
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