- McLean Middle School
Future Educator Students Advance To State Competition
(Tuesday, January 12, 2021) -- The Texas Association of Future Educators from Region 11B have chosen the following Fort Worth ISD students to participate in virtual State Competition on March 4, 5, and 6. The student's placement at the region competition qualified them for state.
Children’s Lit K-3 -2nd Place Jonathan Sifuentes and Ana Ledezma - South Hills High School
Creative Lecture - 1st Place Clarisa Molina - South Hills High School
Ed Rising Leadership - 1st Place Naydelin Gonzalez - South Hills High School
Ethical Dilemma - 2nd Place Juan Flores, Ulisses Carillo, Gabby Guzman, and Alejandra Herrera-Mora - South Hills High School
Exploring Education Non-Core Subject Careers - 1st Place Daniela Fuentes - South Hills High School
Interactive Bulletin Board Elementary - Valeria Luna, Paolo Mares and Joanna Rodriguez - South Hills High School
Interactive Bulletin Board Secondary - Andrea Soto, Diana Flores, Guadalupe Benitez- South Hills High School
Job Interview - 1st Place Layla Gomez - South Hills High School
Lesson Plan and Delivery Arts - 1st Place Jada Gadlin - South Hills High School
Lesson Plan and Delivery STEM - 1st Place Clarisa Molina- South Hills High School
Portfolio - Katherine Carillo, Clarisa Molina, Gracie Parra, Miranda Ramirez, Mariah Smith - South Hills High School
Professional Development - Amya Williams - Western Hills High School
Project Visualize F - Ruben Ayala and Layla Gomez- South Hills High School
Project Visualize T - Andrea Saucedo and Nataly Rodriguez- South Hills High School
Public Speaking - 2nd Place Leslie Gonzalez- South Hills High School
Researching Learning Challenges - 1st Place Angelina Morales, Nathalie Montes, and Nataly Rodriguez - South Hills High School
Teacher Created Materials Elementary - Jonathan Sifuentes and Melissa Castro – South Hills High School
Teacher Created Materials Secondary – Natalie Menchaca and Evelyn Acosta– South Hills High School;
Nestalgia Lee - Western Hills High School
The Texas Association of Future Educators or TAFE (pronounced "taffy") is a co-curricular statewide non-profit student organization created to allow young men and women an opportunity to explore the teaching profession.
The organization was created in 1984 to provide the best and brightest high school and middle school students in Texas with the necessary knowledge to make informed decisions about pursuing careers in education.