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      VALLEY VIEW ECC EARNS TEXAS SCHOOLS TO WATCH DESIGNATION!     
      VALLEY VIEW ECC EARNS TEXAS SCHOOLS TO WATCH DESIGNATION!     

Tiger Spotlight

On the Tiger Spotlight, this week is Ms. Natalie Gutierrez.

Mrs. Gutierrez is the 8th Grade Social Studies Teacher. She has great enthusiasm and is always positive. She has set very high expectations for her students to be successful on the STAAR exam. She rewards her students with pizza after their benchmarks and she has created several YouTube instructional videos to ensure her students stay motivated and up to date with the social studies content. She utilizes the latest technology to enhance learning. Thank you Ms. Gutierrez for your positive outlook on everything and for all that you do for your students.
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This week's Tiger Spot is Mrs. Rocio Ausucua.

Mrs. Ausucua is new to our campus this year, she is our 9th Asst. Administrator. Mrs. Ausucua is a hard worker, she learned how the campus runs very quickly. Mrs. Ausucua deals with students, staff, and parents with patients, understanding, and kindness. Mrs. Ausucua has been a great asset to our campus. Great Job Mrs. Ausucua!
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On the Tiger Spotlight, this week is ECC Students, Parents and Staff.

On Feb. 21st & Feb. 22nd Mr. Billy Pringle, State Director for Schools to Watch in Texas and TASSP Associate Executive Director for Middle-Level Services and Erika Uskali, National Forum Executive Director, visited ECC. It normally takes three weeks for a designation from Texas Schools to Watch. ECC received theirs on the same day. Both Mr. Pringle and Mrs. Uskali were extremely impressed with our parents, students and staff. We had an amazing two days. Every student welcomed our visitors with handshakes and the teachers did an amazing job with their lessons. Our parents met as a committee and shared the great things happening at ECC and the District.
As always, ECC students, parents and staff, you are amazing and this school could not be successful without you.
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On the Tiger Spotlight are our two beautiful counselors Mrs. Yessica Gomez, 9th Grade Counselor, and new to ECC our 8th Grade Counselor, Mrs. Margaret Martinez.

There are no words to express the gratitude we have for our counselors. They do a bit of everything on this campus from counseling student emotional needs, academic counseling, supervision, college counseling, hallway and cafeteria duty and an array of other things. It would not be possible for this campus to be successful without them. Thank you, Mrs. Gomez and Mrs. Margaret for everything that you do.
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Making her way onto the Tiger Spotlight this week for ECC is Mrs. Lucy Rodriguez, ECC Nurse Assistant.

Mrs. Rodriguez is not only responsible for helping with the health and wellness of our students and staff, she also assists with morning, afternoon and hallway duty. You will see Mrs. Rodriguez addressing any needs on campus. She assists in running the front office, distributing breakfast, helping with tutorials, and so many other things. It is great having such a positive well-rounded employee here at ECC. Thank you, Mrs. Rodriguez, for all that you do!
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Making his way to the Tiger Spotlight is Mr. Manuel Pena.

Mr. Pena is new to ECC this year, but you would never know that. He has blended into this Tiger family as his own. He is professional and so willing to help with whatever is asked. Not only does he help, but he also does it with such a positive and professional attitude. You will see Mr. Pena assisting in the library with AR, before school with security, setting up labs and an array of other duties. Thank you, Mr. Pena, for all that you do!
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Shining bright this week on the Tiger Spotlight for ECC is none other than Mr. Alvaro Ramos.

Mr. Ramos is the reason that the grounds at ECC always look spectacular. He is out there taking care of this campus regardless of what the weather is like. Mr. Ramos is a perfectionist at everything he does. You have to know him well to know this. He is also an avid traveler. He has traveled around the world. His creativity can be seen around our campus. He has donated several hand made trees to the campus and they decorate the offices of this school and the front yard. Thank you, Mr. Ramos, for all that you do!
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