Not only do the students admire her, but the parents and faculty of Spring High School cannot say enough about what she has done for the community.
Approximately 33 years ago, after receiving her bachelor's degree, Gloria took a teaching job for the nationally-recognized Spring Independent School District. While teaching at the high school, she earned a master's degree and later became principal.
Gloria's career has been highlighted by numerous awards both locally and at the state level. She was named Teacher of the Year at Spring Elementary School in 1979. In 2003, Spring ISD named her Secondary Principal of the Year. On a state-wide basis, she was named 2002-2003 Principal of the Year by Texas Region IV Education Service Center.
Under her guidance, The U.S. Department of Education has named Spring High School a ``Blue Ribbon School'' and also honored them with ``Drug Free School Recognition Awards.''
Not only is she a top-notch administrator in the education field, she is a faithful community servant who believes in helping local charities. For example, her school holds an annual food drive for Spring Assistance Ministries during the Christmas holiday. She encourages her students to collect thousands of pounds of food for the organization and to take responsibility in caring for their neighbors.
Gloria has an unwavering commitment to teach young people how to be responsible citizens and people of character.
The students of Spring High School are very fortunate to have such a dedicated principal who always has a positive attitude and commitment to excellence. She is a remarkable educator and an inspiration to all of us. That's Just the way it is!