Jayla Hellm’s first dream was to follow in the footsteps of her mother as a nurse. She admired her mother’s compassion for others and wanted that same legacy. The desire to become a nurse faded as she got older and realized her...Read More
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By: Dinorah Peña-Durán 2020 was a momentous year for HIPPY, the Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters program. They celebrated 20 years as part of Irving ISD, working with parents and helping them prepare their...Read More
Educators were thrust into a technology-dominated world with the dawn of virtual learning. But many, like Stipes Elementary School second- and third-grade math and science teacher Joseph Montelongo were equipped to meet the...Read More
Looking out for others has always come naturally to Don Oliver. At an early age, Oliver trained in martial arts under a Japanese sensei, adopting their core beliefs of respect, harmony and service to others as his own. Oliver,...Read More
Adama Diallo has paved a very bright future for herself, but it didn’t always seem that way. As an immigrant from West Africa and the eldest of four siblings raised by a single mother, Diallo grew up accustomed to financial...Read More
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