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Cy-Fair Business September 2017

| September 1, 2017

‹CFISD Names Incoming Principal for ALC-East

rashad-godbolt-ALC-East-PrincipalRashad Godbolt, associate principal at Cypress Creek High School, was named the new principal at Alternative Learning Center-East on July 26. Godbolt replaces Laurie Snyder, who retired in June.

Godbolt’s 19-year education career began in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, where he spent four years as a language arts teacher and was a finalist for Teacher of the Year in 2001-2002. Godbolt also coached football, basketball and track. He then moved to Texas, joining Alief ISD where he spent five years as a sixth- and seventh-grade language arts teacher. In 2004-2005, Godbolt was elected Teacher of the Year at O’Donnell Middle School.

He moved to Cypress-Fairbanks ISD in 2007, taking on an administrative role as an assistant principal at Cypress Creek High School. Godbolt spent seven years in the role before becoming the school’s associate principal, serving three years.

Godbolt earned his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science in Education from South­ern University.

“I am grateful for the opportunity to serve and lead as the principal of Alternative Learning Center-East,” Godbolt said. “I am excited about the new journey and look forward to building meaningful relationships with students, staff and parents to help student maximize success. I am blessed to be a part of the Alternative Learning Center-East family!”

 

‹CFISD Names Incoming Principal for Reed Elementary

cesar-diaz-Reed-PrincipalCesar Diaz, assistant principal at Bane Elementary School, was named the new principal at Reed Elementary School on Aug. 1. Diaz replaces Kandy Bond, who accepted a principal position in Fort
Bend ISD.

Diaz’s 13-year education career began in Houston at Southwest Schools Public Charter where he spent four years as a bilingual teacher and was Teacher of the Year in 2006. He then moved into administration at Southwest Schools Public Charter, serving four years as an assistant principal and
one year as principal. Diaz joined Aldine
ISD in 2013 and served two years as an assistant principal at Orange Grove Elementary School.

He moved to Cypress-Fairbanks ISD in 2015 as an assistant principal at Bane Elementary School.

Diaz earned his Bachelor of Science in computer information engineering from Universidad Rafael Belloso Chacin in Venezuela, and Master of Education from Prairie View A&M University.

“I’m very excited and humbled to be named as the new principal at Reed Elementary,” Diaz said. “I am looking forward to serve this great school community and become part of the Reed family.”

 

‹Business Partners Propel Lead­ers, New Staff Into 2017-2018

Marti Owens (left) and Patty James, area community coordinators at H-E-B, participate in the Business Partner Expo at the Annual Leadership Conference.

Marti Owens (left) and Patty James, area community coordinators at H-E-B, participate in the Business Partner Expo at the Annual Leadership Conference.

More than 40 CFISD business partners showed plenty of support for Cypress-Fairbanks ISD by participating in the Business Partner Expo at one or both the CFISD Annual Leadership Conference on Aug. 8-9 and New Staff Orientation on Aug. 11 at the Berry Center.

With the 2017-2018 school year theme, CFISD for all, the Leadership Conference featured performances by the Cy-Fair High School AFJROTC, Cypress Ridge High School pep band, CFISD Combined Cham­ber Choir and Sheridan Elementary School Star Steppers for 1,200 district leaders. Author and inspirational speaker Liz Murray delivered the keynote address.

The New Staff Orientation introduced nearly 1,100 new staff members to CFISD with performances by the Cypress Springs dance team, Jersey Village AFJROTC, national anthem by Cy-Fair student Samantha Haydel, Cypress Springs High School jazz band and Cook Middle School readers’ theater. Education author and speaker Annette Breaux delivered the address.

The Business Partner Expo allowed business and community leaders to share information about their respective companies and organizations while offering freebies, discounts and incen

In addition, Cypress Lakes High School photography instructor Michaela Bakondy offered an interactive photo booth, and Jersey Village students showcased their creative abilities by painting a welcome sign from chalk on the sidewalk.

In getting face-to-face time with both CFISD leaders and new staff, Kaci Hancock of Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital said that aspect only adds to the benefit of attending the expo.

“For Houston Methodist, our involvement in the community and in the school district is paramount,” Hancock said. “We reach our teachers, we reach our students and their parents, and we want to be there for them.”

 

‹North Cypress Medical Center Named 2017 Most Wired Hospital

Technology is making it easier for patients and providers to interact, thus improving communication, safety and patient-provider relationships. New tools are helping patients become more actively involved in their care and maintaining their health, according to results of the 19th Annual Health Care’s Most Wired® survey, recently released by the American Hospital Association’s (AHA) Health Forum.

According to the survey, Most Wired hospitals are using smart phones, telehealth and remote monitoring to create more ways for patients to access health care services and capture health information.

“North Cypress is thrilled to be recognized as a one of the “Most Wired” hospitals. We place a huge emphasis on protecting and safeguarding patient health information and identity management, as well as patient accessibility to their clinicians/physicians. The hospital continues to provide patients and staff with the most up-to-date and secure systems available, striving to improve care and outcomes” states Beata Kasper, CIO, North Cypress Medical Center.

“The Most Wired hospitals are using every available technology option to create more ways to reach their patients in order to provide access to care,” said AHA president and CEO Rick Pollack. “They are transforming care delivery, investing in new delivery models in order to improve quality, provide access and control costs.”

Innovation in patient care embraces emerging technologies and underscores the need for secure patient information exchange. Hospitals have increased their use of sophisticated IT monitoring systems to detect patient privacy breaches, monitor for malicious activities or policy violations and produce real-time analysis of security alerts.

 


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