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District honors board of trustees
Alexander Middle School, Barbara Cockrell Elementary, Berry Miller Jr. High, C.J. Harris Elementary, Challenger Elementary, E.A. Lawhon Elementary , Glenda Dawson High School, H.C. Carleston Elementary , Leon Sablatura Middle School, Magnolia Elementary, Massey Ranch Elementary, PACE Center, Pearland High School , Pearland Jr. High East, Pearland Jr. High South, Pearland Jr. High West, Rogers Middle School, Rustic Oak Elementary, Sam Jamison Middle School, Shadycrest Elementary, Silvercrest Elementary, Silverlake Elementary, Home Page Only, Robert Turner High School
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This January, Pearland ISD proudly honors seven individuals who take a stand for students year-round. During School Board Recognition Month, the district recognizes its board members for their commitment and outstanding service. Collectively, the district's trustees claim about 35 years of board service: Rusty DeBorde, President Pam Boegler, Vice President Rebecca Decker, Secretary Lance... more info


District ranks as FAST success
Alexander Middle School, Barbara Cockrell Elementary, Berry Miller Jr. High, C.J. Harris Elementary, Challenger Elementary, E.A. Lawhon Elementary , Glenda Dawson High School, H.C. Carleston Elementary , Leon Sablatura Middle School, Magnolia Elementary, Massey Ranch Elementary, PACE Center, Pearland High School , Pearland Jr. High East, Pearland Jr. High South, Pearland Jr. High West, Rogers Middle School, Rustic Oak Elementary, Sam Jamison Middle School, Shadycrest Elementary, Silvercrest Elementary, Silverlake Elementary, Home Page Only, Robert Turner High School
Pearland ISD has once again earned high marks from the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts in the 2014 Financial Allocation Study for Texas report released in early December. FAST awarded Pearland ISD 4.5 out of 5 stars for "very low" spending compared to its fiscal peers and for academic progress in the top 25 percent of all Texas districts. After analyzing academic, financial and... more info