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SAT Redesign – FAQ’s


Katy, Texas – February 29, 2016
The changes are that are being made to the SAT test are designed to better reflect student readiness for college, and will emphasize critical thinking and problem solving. For instance, students will need to use context clues to understand vocabulary, and they will need to apply language and math skills in questions about science, history and social studies. The math section will focus more closely on the areas deemed most important in college and in career, including algebra, data analysis and problem solving.

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When is it changing?
The first administration of the redesigned SAT will be in March 2016.
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Officials Celebrate FM 1093/Westpark Extension Groundbreaking

Katy, TX (February 29, 2016) Fort Bend County Officials along with Fort Bend Toll Road Authority and TXDOT Representatives, gathered today for the groundbreaking celebration of the long awaited FM 1093/Westpark Extension.  Phase One of the project includes 4.12 miles of FM 1093 and approximately 2.5 miles of the Westpark Tollway  extending from State Highway 99 to FM 1463.  This phase is set to be complete by February of 2018.  Phase 2 of this project includes 4.15 miles of FM 1093 extending from FM 1463 to James Lane and is scheduled be bid by the end of the year with a completion date of July 2018. Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert said, “This vitally needed project is finally underway. Completion will provide greatly improved traffic flow to this fast growing area of North Fort Bend County.”

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Pictured L to R:Grady Mapes, TXDOT; Richard Stolleis, Fort Bend County Engineer; Jim Dannenbaum, Dannenbaum Engineering; Bill Brudnick, TXDOT;  Charles Rencher, FBCTRA Director; Commissioner Precinct 3, Andy Meyers; Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert; Lance Lacour, Katy EDC; Jeff Wiley, GFBEDC; Dean Hrbacek, FBCTRA Director
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Memorial Hermann Texas Trauma Institute Wishes Houston a Safe Rodeo Season

Katy, TX (February 26, 2016) The kick-off of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo marks the start of the city’s annual weeks-long extravaganza of mutton-busting, bull-riding, star-studded concerts and, of course, world-class barbecue. Every year, more than 2.5 million people descend on NRG Park to take part in the spectacle of one of the Bayou City’s biggest events of the year. Amid the non-stop entertainment, free-flowing beer taps and heavy crowds, the Memorial Hermann Texas Trauma Institute care team wants to remind RodeoHouston visitors how to stay safe and drive sober this season.

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The Katy Grand Theatre Project

Katy, TX (February 26, 2016) The Noyes Fine Arts Foundation (NFAF) announces the launch of its Capital Campaign to build The Katy Grand Theatre, an initiative known as The Katy Grand Theatre Project. Founded in 2011 by fellow artists Andrew Noyes and Dr. Debbie Siebert, NFAF was established as a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization intending to create a permanent center for professional quality performing arts, entertainment, and arts education in Katy, Texas. As lifelong advocates for arts, and music, and theatre professionals themselves, Noyes and Siebert tried to locate a well-appointed and affordable performance space for rent, and soon discovered Katy’s need for a state-of-the-art performance venue to fit this need. With successful theatre companies in smaller neighboring communities, Katy benefits from having its own community minded, professional quality theatre company. With a focus on producing the highest quality theatre and musical presentations tapping into community involvement, building a new venue fills that need and provides local organizations an affordable, quality option to rent.

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The Conservatory of Music Inspires Local Music Students to Achieve More

Katy, Texas – February 26, 2016 
The Conservatory of Music (in Cinco Ranch & North Katy) inspires local music students to achieve more with the Musical Ladder System®.

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Practice. It’s not the most fun word ever created and it’s definitely not a favorite activity of music students. The Conservatory of Music, however, has helped to solve that age old problem by being the first school in Katy to license the Musical Ladder System®. The music teaching system is being used by music schools across the US and Canada to inspire music students to practice more and enhance their love for music.

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Alexander Elementary Celebrates Bus Drivers

Katy, TX – February 12
Members of the PTA and staff at Roosevelt Alexander Elementary celebrated Bus Driver Appreciation Week by providing bus drivers with cookies, coffee, and food. The bus drivers also received a welcoming entrance with cheers every day.

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Courtesy of RAE PTA Communications Chair
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ESD 48’s Future is Coming to Life

Katy, TX (February 25) Harris County Emergency Services District 48 Fire Department (HCESD 48) is continuing to move ahead with plans to enhance their service and response times as the volume of calls and constant growth of the Katy area shows little sign of stopping.

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Karen Myers Named Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer

Katy, TX (February 22, 2016) Karen Myers, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, has been named Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer for Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center (TMC), effective Feb. 26. As a Magnet®-designated hospital in recognition of its excellence in nursing, Memorial Hermann-TMC is committed to the highest standard of nursing care, a standard that Myers has spent her entire career advancing and nurturing.

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Magician Visits Odessa Kilpatrick Elementary

Katy, TX (February 17, 2016) Magician Chad Chesmark performed at Odessa Kilpatrick Elementary School’s annual Bluebonnet Bash.  In order to attend the Bluebonnet Bash, students had to read eight books from the Texas Library Association’s current list of books nominated to receive the Texas Bluebonnet Award.

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Pictured: student Luke DesJardin and Magician Chad
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Award Winning Presentation on Keeping Your Family Safe Online

Katy, TX (February 17, 2016) The PTAs of Beck Junior High, Beckendorff Junior High, and Seven Lakes Junior High partnered to showcase the award winning presentation “Keeping You and Your Family Safe Online–Public & Permanent.” The presentation, created by Richard Guerry, focused on the reasonable use of technology and internet safety. This program received the 2010 & 2011 Exemplary School Safety Program Award by the School Safety Advocacy Council. Mr. Guerry has appeared as an internet safety expert on CNN, Radio Disney, and MTV’s Thin Line Campaign.  The event was held at each junior high for students as well as a parent only presentation in the evening.

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Pictured: BDJH VP of Programs Carrie Zamora, Richard Guerry, BDJH PTA President Cindy Cruz-Davis, and BDJH Principal Mindy Dickerson

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Beckendorff Junior High Celebrates School Bus Drivers

Katy, TX (February 17, 2016) Beckendorff staff and parent volunteers, led by Principal Mindy Dickerson and PTA President Cindy Cruz-Davis, celebrated the school’s bus drivers during the recent Bus Driver Appreciation Week.  Bus drivers were given gift bags filled with goodies from the PTA and BDJH as a token of thanks for their hard work and dedication.

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Pictured:BDJH Prinicpal MIndy Dickerson, PTA President Cindy Cruz-Davis, BDJH staff/administration, BDJH parent volunteers, and members of the BDJH bus driving team.

 

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Beckendorff Junior High PTA Hosts Carnation Fundraiser

Katy, TX (February 18, 2016) The Beckendorff Junior High PTA hosted the Annual Carnation Fundraiser around Valentine’s Day. Proceeds will be used for the BDJH 8th grade dance to be held in May. This is one of BDJH’s most popular events/fundraisers.

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Pictured: Principal Mindy Dickerson with BDJH PTA parent volunteers
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Memorial Hermann Unveils Countdown Clock to Super Bowl LI

Katy, TX (February 16, 2016) The countdown to kickoff for Super Bowl LI has officially begun. Memorial Hermann Health System, a Founding Sponsor of the Houston Super Bowl Host Committee, unveiled a five-foot-high digital countdown clock in the lobby of the Memorial Hermann Tower at 929 Gessner. The clock will keep track of the days, hours, minutes and seconds until the big game kicks off on Feb. 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium.

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Wood Group Mustang and Morton Ranch Junior Develop Multi-Faceted Partnership

Katy, TX (February 16, 2016) Katy ISD’s Morton Ranch Junior High is celebrating its second year of a unique partnership with Wood Group Mustang via the company’s Founders Legacy program.  Launched in 2007 in honor of the company’s 20th anniversary, Founders’ Legacy honors Mustang founders -Paul Redmon, Bill Higgs and Felix Covington – and fulfills a company core value of giving back to its community.  The program encourages Wood Group Mustang employees to become personally involved in campus activities throughout the school year.  “The Founders Legacy program focuses on middle school youth because of their impressionable age and the critical crossroads they face in terms of future education and career choices,” said David Jackson, community support program manager at Wood Group Mustang.

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McDonald Junior High School Has a Big Heart

Katy, TX (February 16, 2016) The PTO and staff of McDonald Junior High School hosted a dance which also acted as a community service project. There were 275 students in attendance who donated approximately 1,000 mom-perishable food items for the Katy Food Pantry.

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Courtesy of MDJH PTO
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Schmidt Funeral Home Receives Exemplary Five Star Service Award

Katy, TX (February 8, 2016) Schmidt Funeral Home announced today that it received the Exemplary Five Star Service Award at the Annual Texas Vital Statistics Conference held recently in Austin, Texas. Schmidt was the only funeral home in the State of Texas to earn this prestigious award in 2015 and has now been a recipient of the Five Star Service Award for 11 consecutive years. The award recognizes excellence in timeliness, customer service, the application of technology, training and accuracy in filing death certificates.

According to Managing Partner Cyndi Hoots, “Our entire staff is to be congratulated for their tireless efforts in maintaining the high standards that have allowed Schmidt to be recognized as one of the premier funeral homes in Texas. We would also like to acknowledge the dedication and diligence of Funeral Directors Megan Veselka and Shannon Henderson, who played a major role in Schmidt’s qualifying for this award.”

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About Schmidt Funeral Home

Established in 1945 by Milton and Rachel Schmidt, Schmidt Funeral Home has been serving Katy and West Houston area families for more than 70 years by offering personalized funerals, memorial services, burial, cremation, advanced planning, and now, an on-site crematory. Schmidt Funeral Home operates two facilities in Katy, Texas: 1508 East Avenue in historic downtown Katy and our new location at 1344 West Grand Parkway South.

For more information, please visit the Schmidt Funeral Home website at www.SchmidtFuneralHome.net.

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The Orchard Partners with the American Heart Association to Educate the Public About Heart Health

Katy, TX (February 9, 2016) During the month of February, it’s not uncommon for hearts to emerge as a recurring theme. This time of year is known as a time for sharing love and happiness with those around you and making sure everyone understands the importance of a healthy heart. The Orchard Assisted Living & Memory Care community in Katy (24802 Kingsland Blvd) is doing its part to raise awareness by partnering with the American Heart Association for a free lunch-and-learn on February 24 at 12:30-2:00 p.m. that will focus on health factors and lifestyle behaviors that best support heart health. The lunch-and-learn is open to the public and will feature a discussion with speaker Morton Fefer, called “The Seven Health Factors and Lifestyle Behaviors That Support Heart Health”. Fefer will discuss information regarding heart disease, risk factors such as smoking and drinking, as well as activities that promote good health. The presentation will conclude with a CPR demonstration and information on what to do in the event of an emergency. The Orchard specializes in person-centered care, and is excited to help share this critical information with the local community to help them live with the healthiest hearts possible.

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Over 120 Attend the Katy ISD Men Who Mentor Breakfast

Katy, TX (February 8, 2016) Keep Encouraging Youth toward Success (KEYS), the Katy ISD mentor program, hosted the Men Who Mentor Breakfast on January 22nd.  Comprised of existing and potential mentors, this annual event served as networking and encouragement for men who already mentor and information and recruiting for those interested in becoming a mentor.

The West Memorial Junior High Trash Can band provided exciting and invigorating entertainment, after which Superintendent Alton Frailey shared his personal thoughts on the impact a mentor can have in a child’s life.  Area Superintendents Dr. Steve Robertson, Lee Crews and Dr. Tory Hill gave campus perspectives on the KEYS program and how they’ve seen first-hand how mentors change lives.

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Katy Youth Football Cheerleading Organization Donates to Those in Need

Katy, TX (February 8, 2016) Julie Bolton is the founder of Cheer for a Cause, a nonprofit organization that makes cheerleading a possibility for girls overcoming physical disabilities and/or whose families are experiencing economic hardship. She had just received a delivery of over 500 brand new cheerleading uniforms donated to her organization by Katy Youth Football’s cheerleading program. KYF® donated enough uniforms to outfit all of her cheerleaders for years to come. When KYF® updated their cheer uniform design last year, they chose to donate all of their surplus inventory of the previous style to Cheer for a Cause, because they provide the girls involved a chance to forget about their struggles and focus on something positive, something fun. KYF® felt a kinship with this organization, as a fellow 501(c)3 nonprofit, whose sole focus is enriching the lives of children.

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Cinco Ranch JH Promoting Healthy Relationships

Katy, TX (February 8, 2016) February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month. Awareness education for students is part of the Texas Education Code Section 37.0831. This week, the CRJH counseling staff will promote healthy relationships by: ?

  • Providing information about healthy relationships and respect during morning announcements ?
  • Wearing orange February 9, 2016 to promote respect and healthy relationships ?
  • National Respect Announcement on February 12, 2016. ?
  • Displaying information regarding healthy relationships throughout the school

The counselors would like to encourage parents to start having conversations with their kids about healthy relationships.

FACTS:

  • 3 in 4 parents have never talked to their kids about domestic violence or sexual assault. ?
  • 44 percent of all students have been in an abusive relationship by the time they graduate college. ?
  • Talking about what it means to have a healthy relationship is the first step to preventing dating violence and abuse. ?

For more information/resources, please visit the following website: http://www.loveisrespect.org/

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Cinco Ranch High School Students do Good for Animals

Katy, TX (January 30, 2016) The members of the Cinco Ranch High School Future Business Leaders of America came together to make dog toys for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals during a school holiday.

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SH 99 Grand Parkway Segments Now Open to the Traveling Public

Katy, TX (February 5, 2016) Traveling on the northwest side and north side of Houston will get a lot easier and more convenient this weekend as the Texas Department of Transportation has opened the newest segments of the Grand Parkway from US 290 to IH 45 as part of the completion of Segments F-1 and F-2.

These segments span approximately 24 miles from US 290 to I-45 North, and include direct connectors from SH 99 eastbound to I-45 northbound, and I-45 southbound to SH 99 westbound. Improvements to these important roadways are critical to the region’s continued mobility and economic vitality.

Crews on Friday (February 5) began the process of moving traffic barrels and verifying the safety of all traffic movements along the two new segments of the Grand Parkway.

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Local Girl Scouts Engage in Hands-On Medical Emergency Lessons

Katy, TX (February 4, 2016) Houston Methodist Cinco Ranch Emergency Care Center hosted 12 girl scouts from junior level troops 152015 and 152011, and nine parent chaperones on Saturday, Jan. 30.

The young women had the opportunity to tour the facility and receive hands-on lessons regarding blood pressure testing, various pediatric treatments, stroke, radiology, and other emergency services. Baystar EMS welcomed the girls to view the back of an ambulance, with one scout pretending to be a patient on a gurney.

“We were proud to guide the girls through this exciting and important exercise, and to be part of their journey to earn their First Aid Legacy Badge,” said Ike Akanu, nurse manager of the emergency care center. “Our facility is new to this community and we are honored to partner with our neighbors.”

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YMCA of Greater Houston Kicks Off 2016 Annual Campaign

Katy, TX (February 4, 2016) The Katy Family YMCA kicked off its Annual Campaign on January 28 to help raise funds that will provide scholarships to local youth, teen, families, and seniors. Last year this effort raised $457,000 to benefit over 5,000 people in our community. Each of the 36 YMCAs across the greater Houston area work together to meet the $7.6 million goal.

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Memorial Hermann Mischer Neuroscience Institute and UTHealth Welcome Angel Blanco, M.D.

Katy, TX (February 3, 2016) The Memorial Hermann Mischer Neuroscience Institute at the Texas Medical Center (MNI) and the McGovern Medical School at UTHealth are pleased to announce the addition of Angel I. Blanco, M.D. Dr. Blanco will direct radiation and stereotactic radiosurgery at MNI and serve as an assistant professor at McGovern Medical School’s Vivian L. Smith Department of Neurosurgery.

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Memorial Hermann Mischer Neuroscience Institute and UTHealth Welcome Neurosurgeon Spiros Blackburn, M.D.

Katy, TX (February 3, 2016) The Memorial Hermann Mischer Neuroscience Institute  at the Texas Medical Center (MNI) and the McGovern Medical School at UTHealth are pleased to announce the addition of Sprios Blackburn, M.D. Dr. Blackburn will see patients at MNI and at Mischer Neuroscience Associates-Memorial City, and will also serve as an assistant professor at the Vivian L. Smith Department of Neurosurgery at UTHealth’s McGovern Medical School.

Photo by Dwight C. Andrews/The University of Texas Medical School at Houston Office of Communications Dr. Spiros Blackburn - Neurosurgery

 

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Katy Brothers Introduce Students in India to FIRST Robotics

Two students from Katy recently had the opportunity to introduce some students from India to the world of FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotics.

On a family vacation during winter break, Abhishek Routray, a 2015 graduate of the Cinco Ranch HS FIRST Robotics Competition Team 624, CRyptonite, and currently a Mechanical Engineering major at UT Austin, along with his brother, Anuraag, an eighth grade student on the Beck JH FIRST LEGO® League team, Naturally Beck, presented a robotics workshop to students of the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) school (http://www.jnvkhurdaorissa.org/ ), in Khordha, Orissa, on the east coast of India. Their mother, Chetana Samal, a Mentor and for both the CRyptonite and Naturally Beck robotics teams, is originally from this part of India.

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Libraries Launce New Smartphone Checkout Capability

Katy, TX (February 3, 2016) Want to check out something from the library, but don’t always carry your library card with you? Now patrons at Fort Bend County Libraries can use their smartphone to take a picture of their library barcode and use that picture to check out items at the library’s checkout desk!

Barcode scanners with the capability to read images have been installed at all checkout desks in the library system. These new barcode scanners are able to read the barcode from a picture taken with any type of smartphone. The barcode image on the smartphone must be clear and able to be read horizontally by the scanner. The picture should be taken directly over the card – not at an angle – and must not show any glare over the barcode. (more…)

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Cinco Ranch High School Student Wins Young Artist Competition

Katy, TX (February 1, 2016) Congratulations to Ethan Le (2nd from the left), a senior at Cinco Ranch High School, for winning First Prize at the Schmidbauer Young Artist Competition at Stephen F. Austin State University on January 30, 2016.  As its first prize winner, Ethan received $2,000 and an appearance as guest soloist with the Stephen F. Austin Orchestra of the Pines on March 7, 2016.

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Memorial Hermann Opens Third Mental Health Crisis Clinic

Katy, TX (February 1, 2016) Memorial Hermann, continuing its effort to help close the behavioral and mental health resource gap in the greater Houston region, recently opened its third and most centrally located Mental Health Crisis Clinic.

The new clinic at 4850 West Bellfort, is located in Meyerland’s Meyer Park Shopping Center and joins two other Memorial Hermann Mental Health Crisis Clinics located in Humble and Spring Branch.

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