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  1. Tim Martindell says:


    Do you know of anyone who would make a good secondary science coordinator for Fort Bend ISD?

    Tim Martindell
    Secondary ELA coordinator
    Fort Bend ISD

  2. Mary A. newsome says:

    Dr. Flowers,
    I sent you an e-mail regarding the possibility of you being the speaker for East Side High’s Commencement Exercises to be held on May 17, at 6:00 p.m. We look forward to hearing from you.

  3. Mary Newsome says:

    Dr. Flowers,
    we e-mailed a request to you and your assistant seeking information about your fee to speak at the East Side High’s commencement exercises. We have limited funds allocated for this occassion. We look forward to hearing from you.
    Thanks, Mrs. Newsome, Science Department

  4. Alicia Bornes for son Michael J. Washington Jr. says:

    Dr Flowers,

    I’m a parent of a former high school student in Houston, Texas at Westside High School. My son name is Michael Joseph Washington Jr.. He’s a very smart African American young man. I’ve been put in a position to seek information for my son’s education that has been interrupted for retaliation in a discrimination law sue. He couldn’t start college because the high school failed to submit his transcript even with both his and my email request. I’ve requested a copy of the submission document if one exists. I want my son to start college and they ruined his financial aid to where he couldn’t further his education. Now the case isn’t heard until later this year before the judge. I need my son education cleared without feeling he’s going to be hurt or left behind in the cracks of society. I’m even feeling online college is more efficient because of the nature of the case. As a NCLB spokes person for our children how is the act of NCLB beneficial to my son and myself in the justice system.


    Thanks Kindly,
    Alicia Bornes aliciabornes@ymail.com
    P.O. Box 441444
    Houston, Texas 77244

    • drreaganflowers says:

      Alicia, I am sadden by your situation. However, your son will not have a better advocate than you. NCLB will be of no benefit to your son in this situation. It appears that the tragedy here is the result of human error and not federal policy. We depend and expect skilled professionals to do their job with pride and care for our children. In my experiences, I would say that “no” never means “no”. If I were in your shoes, I would be working very closely with various colleges to see who will work with you to get your son admitted and work with you on getting the financial aid support needed to get him through his first year successfully. I wish you all the best in this journey. Please keep me posted with your progress.

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