Prize Patrol stops to recognize Lake Highlands’ STAR teachers

LHHS’ Casey Boland is honored as an RISD STAR teacher

Ten life-changing Richardson ISD teachers, including 4 in Lake Highlands area schools, were surprised in their classrooms Friday with a visit by the STAR Prize Patrol. The Awards Committee of the RISD Excellence in Education Foundation, bearing flowers and balloons, arrived to announce the district’s newest STAR teachers – winners of Superior Teaching Achievement in RISD schools.

2018 recipients are Ross Ferrans, Forest Lane Academy, 3rd grade math; Judy Boone, Wallace Elementary librarian; Casey Boland, Lake Highlands High School, AP U.S. history and academic decathlon; Ashley Jones, Hamilton Park Pacesetter Magnet, 3rd grade; Erik Archilla, Richardson High School, assistant theatre director; Angie Alford, Spring Creek Elementary, 4th Grade social studies; Erin Fox, Parkhill Junior High, orchestra director; Heidi Harris, Arapaho Classical Magnet, 5th grade science and social studies; Sherry Null, Apollo Junior High, 7th grade science; Nicole Wilson, Math Science Technology Magnet, special education.

Congratulations, all.

Hamilton Park’s Ashley Jones receives congratulations from RISD Superintendent Dr. Jeannie Stone
Jones’ students joined her in the celebration
Wallace librarian Judy Boone received a visit from the STAR Prize Patrol Friday
Ross Ferrans at Forest Lane Academy
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