Partnership Lake Houston Honors Area Teachers of the Year at Annual Event

HUMBLE, TX — Partnership Lake Houston’s annual Teachers of the Year luncheon presented by Gulf Coast Educators Federal Credit Union and the Lake Houston Family YMCA will honor approximately 50 educators from Humble ISD, private schools and higher education campuses at 12 pm on Tuesday, April 27 via Zoom.
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has imposed unprecedented hardships on our community for the past twelve months. Educational institutions and the educators within had to restructure typical classrooms and teaching methods to adapt to the quick changing environment. The Partnership’s Teachers of the Year virtual event is an opportunity for Lake Houston area businesses community to recognize and honor the perseverance of our community’s educators.
 
Partnership Lake Houston volunteers will deliver lunches, gift bags, and awards to the honorees and principals before the virtual luncheon begins. To sign up as a volunteer, contact Investor Relations Director Sherneka Cagle at scagle@lakehouston.com. To register for the event, visit LakeHouston.org.
 
Presenting sponsors for Teachers of the Year are Gulf Coast Educators Federal Credit Union and the Lake Houston Family YMCA. The awards sponsor is Community Resource Credit Union. Diamond sponsor is Tachus. Platinum sponsors are Shell Federal Credit Union and United Community Credit Union. Gold sponsors are K&S Sportswear and Texas Emergency Care Center. Silver sponsors include Deerbrook Mall, Humble Independent School District, Sullivan’s Truck & Auto Collision, Holy Trinity Episcopal School, Humble Christian School, and Lone Star College Kingwood. Bronze sponsor is Rosewood Funeral Home and Cemetery- Humble.
 
 

ABOUT PARTNERSHIP LAKE HOUSTON

Partnership Lake Houston is a 501c6 private, nonprofit chamber of commerce and economic development organization established in 1923. The Partnership works to help businesses and the economy grow in the northeast Houston communities of Humble, Kingwood, Atascocita, and Summer Creek.