LAKESHORE CHAMBER TEACHER OF THE YEAR
Mrs. Veronica A. Garcia a 12-year veteran teacher at East Chicago Central High School teaching AP/Dual Credit Spanish, Economics Honors, US Government Honors, AP Government & Politics, and Spanish 1. She was the valedictorian for the EC Central Class of 1999 and 2003 graduate of Purdue University West Lafayette, earning a bachelor's degree in Social Studies Education and a minor in Spanish.
Veronica is happily married to her husband of 11 years, Edward who is always supportive, caring, and makes life fun. They have 2 wonderful kids, Liliana and Edward, Jr. who keep her very busy with dance, TaeKwonDo, and the very important playtime. Daughter of East Chicago residents, Ventura and Blanca Delgado, Veronica thanks her parents for being her biggest fans and for their lifetime of love and support.
Being a teacher, especially at her own alma mater, has been a dream come true for this proud Cardinal. She loves teaching, and having the opportunity to work with such intelligent and insightful students serves as her inspiration. Mrs. Garcia is humbled by this prestigious award and will continue to strive to teach every one of her students as she would want her own children to be taught.
SNOW DAY MEMO15.pdf
SNOW MAKE-UP DAYS 2015
Feb. 16 Instructional Day – (PK-12) (Makeup for Jan. 7) (Was scheduled as Presidents’ Day)
June 1 Instructional Day – (PK-12) (Makeup for Jan. 8) (Was scheduled as Records’ Day)
June 2 Instructional Day – (PK-12) (Makeup for Jan. 9)
June 3 Records’ Day – (All Certified Staff)
See attachment for details.
Special Games Volunteer Application Form.pdf
ARE YOU IN NEED OF HEALTH INSURANCE?
Community HealthNet outreach program is now located at East Chicago Central High School every Wednesday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. If you have questions, please visit the school or contact Gloria Nunez at 219.359.4841 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Designed to motivate students to complete high school on time and to pursue higher education, the Ford Motor Company Fund program targets high schools with a significant Latino student population and brings Ford Fund educational initiatives and partnerships to a community to create a deep impact. In Chicago, the Tour will be implemented in seven schools through partnerships with ASPIRA Illinois and the U.S. Hispanic Leadership Institute.
The Tour includes financial assistance through scholarships and grants; high energy, motivational student assemblies; and a contest in which thousands of students are invited to share their dreams.
STUDENT/PARENT HANDBOOK EXCERPT
2014 - 2015 Teacher-Student Calendars