Melissa Mozer of Katy was recently presented the Heroes of Children award by the State Board of Education. Mozer has been a volunteer for 12 years at Cinco Ranch High School in Katy ISD. She has served as an executive board member of the CRHS Athletic Booster Club and chaired the club’s scholarship committee, a representative on the Katy PTA Council and has worked with Project Graduation for all four of her children.
Mozer also has been the “Popcorn Mom” for the last 10 years supporting the Cougar Commitment/POWER program, the Katy ISD drug awareness program that benefits all the high schools in the district. She is currently the Choir Booster Club board president, a member of the PTSA and Project Graduation boards, respectively.
The State Board of Education honors 15 volunteers from school districts across Texas with this award. The Heroes for Children honorees are selected by the State Board members and recognized for volunteering their time, talents and skills to help improve public schools in their communities. Each hero will also have their name engraved on a plague that is permanently displayed at TEA headquarters. The awards are given annually in recognition of outstanding service and dedication to helping provide each Texas student with a meaningful, positive learning experience in school.
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