Celebrating 20 Years of Impact, Keeble EC/PK/K School Renews the Promise of Public Education

Celebrating 20 Years of Impact, Keeble EC/PK/K School Renews the Promise of Public Education
Posted on 10/31/2018

The school’s namesake, Jerry D. Keeble, and his wife (seated), attended the school’s 20th anniversary celebration. With them are assistant principals Dr. Aylin Martínez and Dr. Melody Wilson (l-r).

This fall marked 20 years since Keeble EC/PK/K School first opened its doors. Campus educators dedicate themselves to sharing their uncompromising passion to educate and inspire. They continually seek ways to enrich the lives of young students.

Keeble forms part of the District’s award-winning early education programs. They offer a holistic and child-centered approach to learning. Every staff member is committed to empower children to reach their fullest potential. Staff members work to develop confident, creative and compassionate young people. They strive to cultivate a genuine desire for life-long learning in all students.

Keeble-EC-PK-K-20th-Anniversary-Oct-27-2018-Image-2.jpgAISD won the H-E-B/Texas Association of School Administrators Excellence in Education Early Childhood Award in 2015. The annual award spotlights best practices. It also celebrates the passion and creativity of educators. Research shows that high-quality preschool programs give students a leg up on math, literacy and their future.

“We are so proud of our students,” said Principal Dr. Andrenetta Marshall. “Nothing makes us happier than when our alumni graduate from high school, are studying in college or pursuing post–secondary training.

“Their success is our goal. Their achievements remind us that we are making difference in the lives of students.”

Marshall added that the success of the school would not be possible without the support of many. She acknowledged teachers, administrators, students and families, and the Keeble community.

The campus marked the event with a carnival. District and campus leaders as well as staff and families attended. Jerry D. Keeble, the school’s namesake, and his wife also attended the celebration.

Keeble currently has an enrollment of more than 800 students.