Hi Seniors, Attached is the graduation schedule for May 2019! This has been updated to reflect the new IB pinning location at DHR! Click the links for more information! Mr. Lopez Graduation Schedule 2019 Pinning Schedule 2019
Hello Lamar Academy! Here is the guidance curriculum presentation on self-awareness & empathy. Click it, download it, and check it out! Don't forget to sign in with your teacher! Mr. Lopez SELF AWARENESS EMPATHY 18-19
VolunTEEN Program for High School Students The VolunTEEN Program is designed to encourage youth to get involved in their community by assisting with departmental needs that improve service to patients and their families at DHR. The program is designed for teenagers ages 15 to 18 and gives them opportunities to gain valuable employment skills, develop … Continue reading 2019 DHR VolunTEEN Medical Opportunity
At the South Texas Health System, we have more than 350 student and adult volunteers helping us provide high-quality service to patients and their families. Because South Texas Health System is the largest hospital system in the Rio Grande Valley, there are many opportunities to choose from. You can volunteer during the day, in the … Continue reading 2019 McAllen Medical Center Volunteer Opportunities!
Palm Valley Animal Center/The Laurie P. Andrews Paws Center welcomes anyone willing to donate their time to the homeless & abandoned animals of the Rio Grande Valley. It's a great opportunity to work with pets especially if A&M animal science is in your future! Click here for more information!
The Clark Scholars Program is designed to attract gifted students from around the nation. The program allows students the opportunity to work hand-in-hand with outstanding faculty in a research intensive setting. The seven-week program also includes weekly seminars, discussions, and field trips. The students are afforded an atmosphere designed to develop their critical thinking abilities and … Continue reading 2019 Texas Tech Clark Scholars Program
The McCombs Summer High School Programs are free, six-day experiences that offer rising junior and senior high school students the chance to learn and interact with McCombs students, faculty, and corporate representatives. Outstanding African-American, Latino and Native American students, first-generation students, and students who have overcome social or economic hardship are strongly encouraged to apply. However, all … Continue reading 2019 UT Summer Business Programs