Sheldon ISD Chamber of Commerce Honorees!

                                    Walker    Wilson   Flaherty
Walker, Wilson and Flaherty with their awards!
 

Sheldon ISD was well represented at the February North Channel Chamber of Commerce Luncheon. It was the first luncheon of the year for new Chairman, Dr. Vickey M. Giles. Not to mention, a teacher and two of our students were honored at the event!

8th grader, Kichelle Walker is a member of the National Jr. Honor Society and she’s a key figure of the Theatre Arts program at NMS. She was honored for these achievements. 

C.E. King High School student, Andrea Wilson was also honored. Wilson has won multiple awards from the Rodeo Houston Art Contest - inlcuding Best of Show twice! She’s also a regular on the All-Region Band and she has qualified for state in Solo & Ensemble.

NMS teacher, Brandi Flaherty was also recognized. Flaherty was nominated for her work with autistic students. According to her principal, Becky Zalesnik, Flaherty is a miracle worker! “I cannot express to you what she has done for the autistic students that have been given to her and also for their families. She not only dedicates herself to each child’s needs but to their parent’s needs as well,” said Zalesnik. “Each year she has our campus participate in the Autism Walk of Houston and this past year she had a district parent meeting, acquired a bus, and arranged for over 70 people to travel to Reliant Stadium and participate in the Autism Walk together. She’s simply a great teacher!”

Congratulations to all of our Sheldon ISD honorees!