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  •  Students place at Brazoria County Fair

    Students place at Brazoria County Fair

    Students from the Pearland FFA recently participated at the Brazoria County Fair. Pearland Junior High West 8th grader Sophia Guzzetta won Grand Champion Rabbit Showmanship, Pearland Junior High East 8th grader Tyler Hammond won Grand Champion Simmental – Heifer, Turner College and Career High School senior Lorelai Dodson won Reserve Grand Champion Lamb and Senior Lamb Showmanship, Pearland High School 11th grader Samantha Guzzetta won Goat: Class Winner and Senior Goat Showmanship and Shadycrest Elementary 4th grader Kasen Douglas won Reserve Champion Market Broilers – Poultry.

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  •  Turner High School student recognized as EngineerGirl Ambassador

    Turner High School student recognized as EngineerGirl Ambassador

    Turner College and Career High School sophomore Maya Shankar was recently selected to participate in the EngineerGirl Ambassador Program. The EngineerGirl website is designed to bring national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents for girls and women and is a service of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). An EngineerGirl Ambassador is a female, U.S. high schoo

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  •  Pearland ISD Principals

    Pearland ISD Honors its Principals

    In honor of National Principals Month in October, Pearland Independent School District salutes the 23 administrators who guide its schools with a focus on students first.

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  •  Reesha Brown

    Education Foundation welcomes new director

    The Pearland ISD Education Foundation welcomed Reesha Brown as its new director on Sept. 19, replacing Natalie Clogston, Ed.D., who was named executive director of strategic partnerships at the University of Houston-Clear Lake.

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  •  Grand Champion Steer

    Pearland ISD Livestock Show, Career Expo celebrates eleventh year

    Livestock, art and culinary talents took the spotlight during the eleventh annual Pearland Independent School District Livestock Show & Career Expo Sept 7-9 and 15. The hometown show at the Richard L. Wagoner Agricultural Facility gave students an opportunity to show off their career and artistic skills.

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