Pamela Schwartz is a STEM Lab Facilitator for the Aldine Independent School District. She has over 20 years of experience in the education field. Ms . Schwartz received her Bachelor of Arts from Pitzer College in Claremont, California, and has studied at Ontario Montclair School District Intern Academy and the University of California at Los Angeles.
Carver High School 2015- Present
Career and Technology Teacher
Subjects Taught: Robotics I & II
PLTW Courses Certified to Teach:
● Engineering Science
● Digital Electronics
● Intro to Engineering Design
● Engineering Design And Development
SubSea Engineering: Drafting/Design
Electro-Mechanical Engineering Design
May 2008. B.S. in Architecture
Pursuing a Master's in Educational Leadership
Sandra D. Hicks, is a Certified STEM teacher and School Counselor. Over the last 19+ years, she has worked in various settings, including general education, STEM, computer science, and counseling. Her practice areas include anxiety, depression, trauma, and mental health. She also specialize in grief, stress management, parenting, self-improvement, and academic performance.
Raquel Peavy is a highly talented educator who currently serves as a STEM Facilitator in the Aldine Independent School District. She has a lifelong passion for learning, especially "all things science!" Before working as an educator, she worked for the Memorial Hermann Hospital System's Department of Pharmacy and Hewlett Packard Computer Corporation. She received a Bachelor of Business Administration and is actively pursuing a Master of Education in Educational Technology Leadership from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.
I have loved art since I first picked up a crayon. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, I attended Aldine ISD schools from Kindergarten until graduation. After graduating from Eisenhower High School in 2000, I attended Texas A&M. In 2007, I started my teaching journey. I began as a Kindergarten teacher at the same elementary school I had attended as a child. Over the next I have taught Kindergarten, first grade, and visual arts for grades K-5.
A native of Refugio, Texas. She was married to Elvin Price Jr.
She attended Prairie View A&M University and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education (1976) and a Master of Education (1981). Debra taught in North Forest ISD for 22yrs. And in Aldine ISD for 10yrs. She retired in 2007 with 32 yrs. in the field of Education. She was recognized as Teacher Of The Year in both districts during her tenure. She received an award for Outstanding Teacher from HAABSE (Houston Area Alliance of Black School Educators). Educating others has always been a top priority for me. It was important for Price to lay the foundation for minority children, just as our ancestors laid the foundation and paved the way for her.
I work part-time with the Texas Teachers Alternative Certification Program as a Field Supervisor for beginning teachers. I have also been a Field Supervisor for Student Teachers at Prairie View A&M University.
Lorna Patterson has been a native of Beaumont, Tx, and a proud Houstonian for 33 years. Lorna has 23 years as an Early Childhood Educator at San Jacinto College-North Children’s Center/Lab School. She received her Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education from San Jacinto College. She continued her studies at Grand Canyon University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education.
Ms. Marshall is a proud native of Houston, Texas. She graduated from North Shore Senior High School in 2010. In December 2014, she graduated from Sam Houston State University with her Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Early Childhood through Sixth Grade and Special Education with an emphasis in Early Childhood through Twelve Grade. In August 2017, she completed her Masters of Education in Special Education/Exceptionality at the University of St. Thomas. For the last five years, she has proudly taught Kindergarten and First Grade in Galena Park ISD, where she also served as a Robotics sponsor. She looks forward to embarking on a new journey in Channelview ISD, working with 1st-5th grades this coming school year.
A professional musician for over 25 years.
-Degreed in Music
-Professional WorshipArts Ministry
I am a film and television production professional with extensive experience in news, broadcast, film, and live television production. I have experience in all phases of production as a production manager and producer of film and commercial projects, directing and director of photography on set during production, and expert experience in
I am a film and television production professional with extensive experience in news, broadcast, film, and live television production. I have experience in all phases of production as a production manager and producer of film and commercial projects, directing and director of photography on set during production, and expert experience in Post-Production supervision using various industry-standard software, hardware, and workflows.
Ms. Butler is a music teacher in Aldine ISD.
Her focus for our camp is ORFF instruments. Orff refers to a specific approach to music education developed by Carl Orff during the 1920s, which combines music, speech, movement, and drama into music lessons that are very similar to the way a child plays naturally. The term “Schulwerk” is German for schoolwork.