1 Page 1 of 3 Plano ISD Staff Newsletter Volume 37, number 2 September 24, /1 End of 1st Six Weeks 10/5 Fire Prevention Week 10/6 School Board Meeting 10/12 School Lunch Week Paul Weaver Captures Supervisor of the Year Award from Texas School Counseling Association Story by Mary Gorden; Photos by John Pippard Distinguished credentials and a superior ability to advocate for the counseling profession are among the traits that Paul Weaver, Plano ISD director of guidance and counseling, possesses and that enticed judges to select him Supervisor of the Year for the Texas School Counselor Association. During the past 23 years, Paul has served as a teacher and counselor in Plano schools, remaining actively involved in counseling issues, advocacy and public policy. His dynamic leadership sets him apart in the counseling profession. Read more 10/16 Parent Conference Day View full calendar United Way campaign continues this week Photo: Lesley Range-Stanton We are all interdependent and connected. When you reach out a hand to one, you influence the condition of all. You can make a difference by contributing to the United Best Places to Work awards luncheon Photo: Lesley Range-Stanton Representatives of Plano ISD's 7,000- member employee work force attended an awards luncheon recently in celebration of area businesses and organizations whose employees voted Plano ISD alumni gears up for another great year behind wheel of bus 814 Story: Mary Gorden; Photos: John Pippard Bus Driver Norm Nicholson drove his wife crazy around the house after he retired ("under foot," he said), so he decided to drive a school bus instead. Following a career as a data processing instructor for the US Army and twice serving as a company vice-president in the high-tech industry, Norm has electe to put his foot to the pedal for the past nine years, safely transporting students
2 Page 2 of 3 Way campaign. Pledge forms are being collected at each work site this week. Watch United Way video them among the 2009 Best Places to Work in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex. Read more on bus #814. A 1958 Plano High School graduate wh attended all 12 grades at what is now th Cox Building, Norm recalls fond memories of attending school in Plano. Digest: Who are some of the people who shaped your education? Norm: Aline Mendenhall was my first grade teacher. My second grade teache was Mrs. Williams (wife of T.H. Williams principal), and Mary Alice Skaggs was our high school English teacher. I was taught by and went to school with many of our school namesakes like the Harringtons, Around the district Read more New federal guidelines The school board has The district seeks your require that student appointed a Feeder feedback about the ethnicity and race be School Alignment employee convocation re-identified using new Committee to make event held in August at criteria. PISD provides recommendations for Prestonwood Church forms in English and senior high school and attended by all Spanish for this new feeder patterns. school district faculty & 2009 Plano Independent School District reporting purpose. Board briefs Committee website staff. Take the survey Contact Us Phone: Fax: Web: Print and share On September 15, school trustees conducted a work session at which they heard reports about and discussed the following topics: district feeder school alignment process (website); post-secondary readiness report, and;
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4 Page 1 of 3 Plano ISD Staff Newsletter Volume 37, number 2 September 24, 2009 Paul Weaver, state counseling supervisor of year (Continued from District Digest) "Numerous directors consult with Paul and use him as a sounding board when dealing with sensitive and timely issues," noted Lynda Shuttlesworth, Plano ISD executive coordinator of family education and guidance services. "He has a keen sense of understanding and of what counselors offer to each student." 10/1 End of 1st Six Weeks 10/6 School Board Meeting 10/5-9 Fire Prevention Week 10/12-16 School Lunch Week 10/16 Parent Conference Day (Student/Teacher Holiday) View full calendar Paul met recently with Vines High School counselors (l-r) Erin Brinkman, Sherry Berryman, Peggy Marks and Lisa Brown. Paul has counseled students at every level - elementary through senior high school - using his knowledge to raise the standards for all Plano ISD counselors. He shares his vision with other districts in the area and across the state and nation. As an active member of The College Board, Paul has been a voice for Texas counselors. In only four years as director, he has made significant changes in the Plano ISD program to help serve families and students. His vision led to college curriculum being available to all students from PreK through grade 12. Beginning in middle school, students and their parents have academic conferences to plan their futures Plano Independent School District Contact Us Phone: Fax: Web: Print and share
5 Page 2 of 3 "Whether Paul interacts with a student, parent or colleague, his demeanor is always gentle and caring, yet decisive," said Clark High School Counselor Marcie Woodrow. "He has a mission to lead counselors to be responsive to the needs of students and families." "As a district leader, Paul never misses an opportunity to build capacity in others," said his supervisor Dr. Cathy Galloway, executive director of student and family services. "Under his guidance our counselors have created secondary classroom guidance curriculum and early intervention programs for all levels. An example of Paul's creative leadership is the district's College Readiness program which impacts students and parents at every level. Dr. Galloway noted that, Paul's leadership is often called upon when principals are out of the building, when community crises arise and in response to the state's increasingly rigorous accountability system. He works closely with the human resources department to conduct exhaustive interviews to identify counselor candidates. "He has the heart of a champion and is the voice for counselors as we work together to take our district to new levels of excellence," said Dr. Galloway. Numerous counselors and principals nominated Paul for the state award, citing his credentials as a gifted counselor and director. Following are excerpts from his personal biography. Education Paul is currently a doctoral student through Texas A&M Commerce. He earned several degrees and certificates from East Texas State University, including his mid-management administrator's certificate, professional school counselor certificate, special
6 Page 3 of 3 education counselor certificate, and bachelor's and master's degrees in education. Professional Experience Paul taught business education at Shepton High School for six years, beginning in He served as a school counselor from 1992 through 1998 at Christie and Thomas elementary schools, Robinson Middle School, summer school, and Plano Senior High School, where he was named director of guidance and counseling. In 2005, he was appointed district director of counseling and guidance. In his role, he oversees guidance and counseling program, PreK-12, the college readiness program, PreK-12 and the secondary advanced placement program. Honors Among Paul's numerous honors and awards are his being elected in 2004 as a member of the National Guidance and Admission Assembly for The College Board, and earning a special advanced placement recognition award from the Southwestern Region College Board. He was named Counselor of the Year in 2000 by the Texas School Counselor Association, distinguished alumni of Texas A&M-Commerce, and Beginning Teacher of the Year for Plano ISD in Committee Involvement Paul has served on the strategic planning and executive committees for the Texas Association of College Admission Counseling. He also served on the State of Texas Common Application Advisory Committee and the Texas School Counselor Association's committee for School Counselor Issues, Advocacy and Public Policy. He has served on nine various committees for The College Board for the southwest and nation. Paul will be recognized and honored at the Texas School Counselor Association luncheon to be held on November 13 during the association's annual professional growth conference in Dallas. Back to District Digest
7 Page 1 of 3 Plano ISD Staff Newsletter Volume 37, number 2 September 24, 2009 Norm Nicholson, alumni and bus driver (Continued from District Digest) the Haggards and the Armstrong twins. What I recall is that even the wealthiest people in Plano were down to earth and very kind and friendly. Another favorite person was Mr. Cox, our school janitor. My brothers and I would visit with him most mornings before school. We'd watch him shovel coal to stoke the furnace in the building. Digest: What distinguished Plano ISD from other school districts then, and how is that characteristic the same? 10/1 End of 1st Six Weeks 10/5 Fire Prevention Week 10/6 School Board Meeting 10/12 School Lunch Week 10/16 Parent Conference Day View full calendar Norm: Quality...Plano ISD has always attracted people because of its quality schools, quality teachers, quality educational facilities and quality people Plano Independent School District Norm appears third from right in this 1958 yearbook photo. Also pictured are Superintendent E.A. Sigler (left) and Principal T.H. Williams (right). Digest: What do you enjoy most about driving a school bus and working in the transportation department? Contact Us Phone: Fax: Web: Print and share Norm: Driving a school bus is an awesome responsibility. If you think about it too hard, it can be overwhelming. You have a bus filled with 60 or so kids. You have to remain focused all the time on the road ahead, other drivers and the responsibility of student management. Parents trust you with the safety of their children, so safety is always the highest priority.
8 Page 2 of 3 In his senior yearbook, Norm is listed as participating in football, baseball, volleyball, band, library club, Phi Bi Chem and the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) club Digest: What is it like transporting students? Norm: A bus driver is a role model. Kids are monitoring what you do and how you do it. It may be hard to see, but you do make a difference in their lives. It's most important to establish a relationship, a rapport in the small things that you do for them each day. Just saying, "Good Morning. Have a good day," helps you build a relationship. If they like you, it's more difficult for them to be belligerent. If you have their best interests at heart, you'll help them succeed in school. Digest: Do you recall your school bus driver? Norm: Mr. Rogers was our driver. He drove a maroon and gray bus because maroon was the only (school spirit) color then. I rode the bus until I got my driver's license. Then, I worked through junior high and high school delivering groceries to families all over town. Digest: What is the sense of camaraderie like among bus drivers? Norm: Transportation is a special place to work. Thanks to our director Andrew Forrester, there's an open door policy. You're treated like a professional. The drivers are all very supportive of one another. We fall over each other to help, if we get a radio call. There's a lot of guff that goes on in the break room between bus routes. We're pretty competitive about our school teams. I'm torn because I drive the Plano West football team, I'm a Plano alumni, and my nephew Kyle Nicholson is starting tackle on the Plano East football team.
9 Page 3 of 3 Digest: How would you describe the transportation team in one word? Norm: Selfless. You give yourself away to do the things that you have to do for student safety..."plano ISD" is written on the side of your bus. You want to make a good impression and be a positive member of the district team. Digest: What advice do you have for today's drivers who share the road with school buses? Norm: Drive defensively. Be alert at all times. Norm is pictured with Jackson Elementary School students Bryan, Jerry and Vincente. He also transports students to and from Frankford Middle School and Jasper High School. Norm's career spanned 30 years in the data processing / technology field, prior to his joining the Plano ISD staff. He began teaching at the U.S. Army Finance School in Indiana, then worked for Southwestern Bell in St. Louis and Ft. Worth. He spent the next 11 years with EDS and later served as vice-president of a New York City brokerage firm and a paging company in Plano. Norm married Trudy Weatherford whom he met at the University of Texas at Arlington. They have three daughters, Christy, Paige and Lacey and six grandchildren, all residing in the Dallas area. Back to District Digest
10 Page 1 of 2 Plano ISD Staff Newsletter Volume 37, number 2 September 24, 'Best Places to Work' award luncheon Continued from District Digest Plano ISD employees voted their school district this year among the Best Places to Work in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Tamira Griffin, executive director of human resources, received notification of the award from the Dallas Business Journal, which conducts an annual online survey to poll local employees about their work places. This marks the third time employees have voted Plano ISD for the award. Previously, employees voted Plano ISD among the best places to work in 2006 and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Doug Otto and other Plano ISD officials attended a recognition luncheon on behalf of the 7,000 employees of Plano schools on Thursday, September 17, at The Renaissance Hotel in Addison. In addition, Plano ISD was profiled as one of the Good Guys in the Journalâ s (Month, Day) issue. 10/1 End of 1st Six Weeks 10/5 Fire Prevention Week 10/6 School Board Meeting 10/12 School Lunch Week 10/16 Parent Conference Day View full calendar 2009 Plano Independent School District Contact Us Phone: Fax: Web: Print and share Enjoying entertainers at the September 17 recognition luncheon were Plano ISD staff members (l-r) Sara Bonser, Williams High School principal; Renee Godi, Frankford Middle School principal and Emelia Ahmed, director of multilingual education.
11 Page 2 of 2 Enjoying a moment at the luncheon with Deuce, the mascot of fellow honoree Frisco RoughRiders, were Plano ISD staff members (l-r) Saul Laredo, Carlisle Elementary School principal; Emelia Ahmed, multilingual education director; Renee Godi, Frankford Middle School principal; Len Stevens, Huffman Elementary School principal; and Brad Shanklin, School Board Vice-President. Standing Danny Modisette, deputy superintendent; and Doug Otto, superintendent of schools; (seated) Saul Laredo; Carlisle Elementary School principal; Dee Sampson, human resources coordinator; and James L. Thomas, III, student and family services coordinator. Back to District Digest
12 Page 1 of 2 Notable Notes... Plano ISD Staff Newsletter Volume 37, number 2 September 24, 2009 Best wishes to the following newlyweds: Kristi Miculka, Hughston Elementary School kindergarten teacher, who became the bride of Bobby Radfar on August 1. Dooley Elementary School Speech-Language Pathologist Jennifer Pate who wed Jamie Colvin on August 8. Congratulations to the following parents and grandparents: Molly Schulte, Pearson Early Childhood School speech-language pathologist, and her husband David who became the proud parents of a daughter Mary "McLain" pm April /1 End of 1st Six Weeks 10/5 Fire Prevention Week 10/6 School Board Meeting 10/12 School Lunch Week 10/16 Parent Conference Day View full calendar Jillian Mundy, Rice Middle School English teacher, and her husband Darrell Mundy, Jr. welcomed daughter Madilyn Grace (7 lbs. 9 ozs.) on May 11. Proud first-time grandmother is Jeanie Mundy, Boggess Elementary School music specialist. Myra Snipes, Murphy Middle School special education teacher, and her husband Jack welcomed grandson David Jonathan (8 lbs. 7 ozs.) on May 28. Proud parents are Elizabeth and Michael Reese. Alyson Zembower, Skaggs Elementary School second grade teacher, and her husband Ryan became the proud parents of baby girl Laney Alice (7 lbs. 15 ozs.) on May 28. Jamy Allen, assistant principal at Barksdale and Brinker elementary schools, and her husband Randy welcomed son Zane Robert on August Plano Independent School District Contact Us Phone: Fax: Web: Print and share Greg Sheilds, Plano Senior High School Spanish instructor, and his wife Carla welcomed son Trevor Michael (7 lbs. 12 ozs.) on August 19. Sympathy is extended to the following employees: Cynthia Mitchell, Jasper High School English teacher, whose father Frederick
13 Page 2 of 2 Simmonds passed away in May. Marjean Nielson, Plano East Senior High School physics teacher, whose husband Gary passed away in June. Patricia Hempstead, Jackson Elementary School assistant principal, whose mother JoAnn Holmes Stevenson died on August 10. Wyatt Elementary School's Debbie Schmittou, librarian, whose father Lewis Perry of Clarksville, Tennessee, died on July 9; Theresa Nozykowski, Bird Center middle school assistant, and the Wyatt Elementary School Staff, whose father and colleague, respectively, Wyatt FANS Manager Frank Nozykowski "Mr. Frank" died on August 7. Sharon Schmieg, Wyatt special education teacher, whose grandmother Rosella Schmidt of Minnesota died on August 17 at 102 years old. Rita Hughes, financial services accounting clerk, whose father Edward Hrizo, Sr., passed away on August 21. Merrilyn Eder, Gulledge Elementary School music specialist;â Dr.Terry Eder, Plano Senior High music theory teacher; and Kimberly Ahrens, Robinson Middle School choir director, whose mother, mother-in-law and grandmother, respectively, Connie Hines died on August 22. Nadine Gauthier, Gulledge Elementary teaching assistant, whose brother-inlaw Marcel Tremblay died on August 27. Guinn special programs center's Martha Will, special education teacher, whose mother passed away in July and to Sheila Contreras, English teacher, whose father died on September 6. Mary Gorden, communications department, whose uncle Anthony "Boots" Little of Erie, Pennsylvania, died on September 24. Back to District Digest
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