firstname.lastname@example.org When Morgan Elliott
graduated from kindergarten in May, she carried a lot of family pride with her
as she walked across the T. H. Johnson stage. Not only had she successfully
completed two years at the pre-k and kindergarten campus, she was also
graduating from the school that bears her great great grandfather’s name.
Isabel Gomez, Diana King and
Linda Schmale retired from Taylor ISD at the end of May. With a combined seventy-three
years of service to Taylor students, eighty-five years total, they have
impacted the lives of thousands of students and say they are
taking many great memories with them.
During Diana Rucker’s twenty-seven
year career in Taylor ISD, she has served as a middle school teacher, a high
school coach, and the co-director of a program for families of children from
birth to pre-k. Of all the roles she has held in the district, most will
likely remember her from the years she taught science at Taylor Middle School.
Taylor Middle School - The Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP) has identified
Taylor Middle School student, Endymion Fried, for special recognition as part
of this year’s seventh grade talent search.