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New STARS, New Event, New Year!

New STARS, New Event, New Year!

Welcome back to school everyone! This is starting to look like one of the more exciting years yet with the Texas DEN. Please keep coming back to the blog this year as we will be keeping it more current throughout the year with the help of several Leadership Council Bloggers. Stay with us as we

October Texas STAR!

I know I’m a little late getting this up, but believe me, this STAR is worth waiting for! Our Texas STAR for the month of October is Lea Anne Daughrity. Lea Anne has had an interesting life and is totally dedicated to the DEN and what it stands for. Read on! ********************************** Lea Anne Daughrity

September Texas STAR

September’s Texas STAR is Betsy Ruffin, who has been a very active DEN member and has guest-blogged on the Texas DEN Blog, as well. Please comment and congratulate Betsy on a job well done! Read about Betsy here: ____________________________________________ Currently an elementary librarian and technologist, Betsy Ruffin has had a varied educational career and seen

Welcome New Texas STARS!

I’m trying to begin the new year with a new blog feature which welcomes new DEN STARS in Texas. I apologize to the many new STARS who signed up last year and who did not get mentioned on the blog. Please know that the Leadership Council are very happy to have you join us, even

Meet Your July Texas STARs!

This month’s Texas STARs are:  Lori Reed (who will be attending the Bahamas Institute), and Vanessa Jones (who will be attending the Berkeley Institute) — read all about them here, and watch for guest blogger posts from them as they attend National Institute! Lori Reed teaches 3rd graders at Kress Ind. School District in Kress,

Texas STAR: Meet Diedre Cook and Judith Valle!

With this post, we start a new monthly feature on the DEN Texas blog called "Texas STAR".  In this series, we will feature two STAR Discovery Educators each month from the great state of Texas (similar to the Educator Spotlight on the National DEN webpage).  This month, we are featuring Diedre Cook (who has been