Monthly Archives: August 2014

Army Ranger School Graduation

On Aug 22, 2014, at Ft. Benning, GA, it was an honor for my wife to pin on our son, 1st Lt. Gabriel Stewart, his Ranger tab.

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Mrs. LaRue Miller – A Very Special Person

 Mrs. LaRue Miller stopped by Dr. Jerome Stewart’s (Superintendent, Midlothian ISD) office (Aug 14, 2014) to sign a biographical book (The LaRue Miller Legacy). The book is a real treasure about a very special person and educator, and LaRue Miller … Continue reading

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Can Competition Save Texas’s K-12 Public Schools? No.

There are people who believe and ideologies (political and philosophical) that claim competition can fix Texas’s K-12 Public Schools. Experience does not support those beliefs and claims. The example is Texas’s Public 4-year Institutions of Higher Education. Texas’s Public 4-Year … Continue reading

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The Power To Speak Destiny In The Lives of Children

Teachers have the power to speak destiny in the lives of their students, so believes Mr. Jimmy Page, the featured speaker at Midlothian ISD’s annual administrative retreat (Aug 5, 2014, MISD Board Room). Mr. Page, serves as Vice President of … Continue reading

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and not give in … EVER.

When you run into something … something bigger, something meaner, something with the power to knock you down … you have to trust in yourself… trust that you can get back up… and not give in … EVER. _________________________________________ Patrick … Continue reading

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Band Begins!

More pictures at Band Practice (Aug 1, 2014)

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