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Irving ISD Sends 32 Students to State TAFE Competition at 40th Teach Tomorrow Summit

Thirty-two students from Irving Independent School District (ISD) are set to participate in the Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE) state competition. The 40th Annual Teach Tomorrow Summit is scheduled to take place from February 28 to March 1, 2024, in Round Rock. TAFE provides a platform for students to delve into the teaching profession through a range of education-related contests, including children's literature, where students write and illustrate a book, and public speaking.

Irving ISD students who qualified for state:

Irving High School

  • Fabiola Ceja
  • Jayla James
  • Andrea Perez
  • Danna Robles Lindero

MacArthur High School

  • Hetzenny Gallardo
  • Amber Hampton
  • Michelle Loma
  • Joe Medina
  • Yanira Medina Arevalo
  • Ryan Nation
  • Brianna Rodriguez
  • Kimorah Tucker

Nimitz High School

  • Alexandra Acosta
  • Rafael Aparacio
  • Cielo Carrillo
  • Anahi Cedillo
  • Dulce Gonzalez
  • Gabriela Guardiola
  • Antonio Jones
  • Daniella Maloney
  • Aniston Moya
  • Cadean Parsons
  • Brady Pike
  • Devon Reynolds
  • Israel Rico
  • Mayra Rodriguez
  • Gracie Russell
  • Cloe Salamanca
  • Emma Sanchez
  • Clarissa Schmitz
  • Ardra Thapravan
  • Nicholette Trevino

About TAFE

The Texas Association of Future Educators or TAFE (pronounced "taffy") is a co-curricular statewide non-profit (501 c3) 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.

TAFE is sponsored by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals and is governed by a board of directors comprised of teachers, students and principals.

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