The CARE Award
Tacarra Williams, Principal Garrett Elementary - Mrs. WIlliams was nominated for her positive attitude and problem solving skills. She takes a personal interest in each person and is able to build lasting relationships with her school community.
Lyne Jordan, Instructor, KASE Academy - Ms. Jordan has been nominated for her student advocacy and perseverance in her classroom. She is professional, focused and attentive. She gives feedback to all students and parents daily, investing in their futures.
Gloria Martell, Title III Instructional Paraprofessional, Multilingual Department - Ms. Martell positively represents Sheldon ISD at work and as a community member. Many employees come to her for assistance. She is positive, smiling, and even when faced with a challenge, she perseveres.
May CARE winners
Julia Robles is the registered nurse for C.E. King High School.She is described as always willing to help others from departments, all district clinics, our custodians, and our students. She goes the extra mile for our students and staff members with care, compassion, and her passion shows daily!
Hanna Woods, is a custodian at Sheldon Early Childhood Academy. Her peers describe her as a hard worker who loves her job and is always available to help others when needed.
The CARE award is a partnership with Woodforest Bank. Each recipient receives a $100 Visa gift card. Nominations will open for the next group of CARE Award recipients in September. To view a listing of past recipients, go to www.sheldonisd.com/care/
December Care Award Winners- Click the arrow to see more.
On December 9, Sheldon ISD recognized KASE Academy teacher Margaret Offill. Ms. Offill is described as innovative, handling situations with grace and professionalism. She views education as a calling not just her career and has made a difference in so many students’ lives.
Ms. Rosalva Gutierrez is an attendance clerk from Cravens Early Childhood Academy. She was nominated for her hardworking and caring attitude. She is described as dependable, helpful, polite and professional.
Cravens Early Childhood Academy
October 2021 CARE Award Winners - Click the arrow to see more.
Maria Guerra - Sheldon Early Childhood Academy - teacher
Ms. Guerra has been nominated for her fun and motivating teaching to pre-kindergarten students.
Laura Belden - Sheldon Lake Elementary School - receptionist
Those who nominated Mrs. Belden say she is the warm smile that greets families at the campus each day. She always goes above and beyond to be helpful.
Yesika Rios - C.E. King High School - child nutrition
Nominations said Ms. Rios cares for students, treats them with respect and truly listens well.
The next CARE Award presentation will be in December. Nominations will open again in November.
May 2021 CARE Award Winners - Click the arrow to see the winners.
March 2021 CARE Award Winners - Click the arrow to see recipients.
4th Grade Teacher
Ms. Longoria was nominated for her commitment and integrity to her students each day. Families comment they appreciate her work and her patience with their children, as well as the support she provides the community of Carroll Elementary.
Ms. Cano was nominated for her positive energy and eagerness to serve. She works to keep the building spotless providing extra detail and attention since the pandemic.
December 2020 CARE Award Winners - Click the arrow to see recipients.
King High School
Ms. Robledo was nominated for her friendly spirit, willingness to get the job done and her positive smile. Comments about Ms. Robledo include "She is so caring and shows this by working so hard to make everything clean and safe for students. We need more people like her in the world."
Cravens Early Childhood Academy
Child Nutrition Manager
Ms. Turman was nominated for her positive outlook on Sheldon ISD, dedication to her job, and desire to further her career through training opportunities. Comments about Ms. Turman include "She is always available for anything that needs to be done. She spent her summer providing food to our families and looking for extra measures to ensure safety guidelines were followed."
Ms. Salene was nominated for her cheerful outlook, helpful and personable attitude, smiling face and knowledge of her school and district. Comments include "People come first to Mrs. Salene! She is ready to help and volunteer and cares about her community."
CARE stands for caught acting and responding with excellence. This program is a partnership with Woodforest Bank.
December 2022 Care Award