DALLAS, Texas—The Association of Texas Professional Educators (ATPE) hosted its annual leadership, education and business conference on July 11-13. A dozen Humble educators joined more than 1,000 public school employees and ATPE members at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel to attend the annual ATPE Summit. The three-day event brought together public educators and ATPE members from across Texas to network with one another, receive professional development and training and decide many facets of ATPE’s future. ATPE is the largest educator association in Texas with over 100,000 members statewide and 1,756 members in Humble ISD.
Shown left to right, front row: Treasurer Robert McAndrews, Vice President Tess Mustain, President Louis Mascolo, Membership Chairman Emily Garcia, and Secretary Erika Mitcham. Back row Leah Kolarik, Cindy McAndrews, Region 4 Secretary Stephanie Baker, James Ellis, Region 4 Director Stacey Ward, Gayle Sampley and Donald Sampley.