The Texas Caucus of Black School Board Members Education Summit announced Mrs. Alejandra Guzman a High School Science teacher at Stafford High School as the Educator of the Year. Guzman was honored in Austin, Texas at the Hilton Austin Airport Saturday, March 3, 2012 during the TCBSBM Awards Luncheon.
Mrs. Guzman has the dedication, passion and enthusiasm for teaching, and embraces the role teachers have in preparing students to be successful in an ever changing world. Which makes her the perfect candidate for the 2012 TCBSBM Educator of the Year, said Josie Smith-Wright, a Gonzales ISD trustee and President of the TCBSBM.
James Harrison presented a check to the Educator of the Year at the 5th annual awards luncheon. He represents Harrison Kornberg Architects, a full service architectural firm. “Designing K-12 Schools has been a part of our design practice since our inception. We are devoted to design excellence believing in the power of the built environment to enrich life. While creating stimulating learning environments is a tangible way to support the education process, we were honored to sponsor the Educator of the Year through the TCBSBM.”
The Scholarship Chair Wade Johnson, McKinney ISD stated “We commend Alejandra for taking a hands-on approach through the utilization of virtual stimulations, guest speakers, field trips, and dynamic activities and labs in creating engaging lessons for her students, thus stimulating her students to learn about science and how it applies to the world they live in.”