Spring ISD Board of Trustees Secretary Rhonda Newhouse, from left, shakes hands with Reagan Moscon, while Vice President Chris Bell and President Deborah Jensen stand ready to offer their congratulations as well.
HOUSTON – Aug. 11, 2017 – The Spring ISD Board of Trustees, during its Aug. 8 meeting, presented an ABCD (Above and Beyond the Call of Duty) award to local resident Reagan Moscon. A longtime district district supporter, Moscon has most recently been involved in bringing English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to Spring ISD families through her outreach work as a member of the local Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Through the resources and expertise provided by Moscon and other members of the church, the district has expanded its offering of ESL courses to empower parents to become more involved in their children’s learning by removing the language barrier. Over the past three years, 287 parents have taken part in the program, which is offered through Spring ISD’s Family and Community Engagement Department.
“This is work that can change the trajectory of the entire family,” said Leticia Grounds, the district’s executive director of family and community engagement. “It can transform families and help strengthen multi-generational communities that work to support student learning and early childhood development.”
In addition to sponsoring and supporting the district’s ESL program, Moscon has also served in other areas, including on the School Health Advisory Council, the Advisory Committee on Education and the 2016 Bond committee.