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  • 10:42 am on June 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Code Blue Emergency Phones Information 

    In an effort to increase dependability, all Code Blue Emergency Phone Units are now hardwired digital phones.  It is with great pleasure to inform you that all units are now working, with exception to the units located in construction areas on Central and North campuses as indicated below. SJC electricians have placed all units on a preventive maintenance program to help ensure reliability whenever assistance is needed.  Code Blue Emergency Phones provide immediate access to the college police dispatcher.  Units are located in the following areas.  They will be identified on future directional maps.

    North Campus
    · Spencer Admin
    · Slovacek SCB
    · Lot D
    · Lot B
    · Lot A
    · Baseball Field
    · New Lot, north side of Diesel Auto Body (under construction)

    Central Campus
    · Lot 1 (under construction)
    · Lot 2 (under construction)
    · Davis Library
    · Lot 7
    · Lot 8
    · Pro Shop

    South Campus
    · Lot 1
    · Lot 2
    · Lot 5
    · Jones Vo-Tec
    · Lot 3
    · Longenecker Admin
    · Lot 12
    · Lot 13

     
  • Amanda.Fenwick 8:44 am on June 22, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Clare Iannelli named North campus Dean of Student Development 

    Clare Iannelli

    Congratulations to Clare Iannelli, who was recently named Dean of Student Development at the North campus.

    Clare’s trademark is her enthusiasm for San Jacinto College and her job. “What sets SJC apart is that we take the extra step, and go the extra mile in our service to students,” she commented. “There is nothing more gratifying than hearing students say they love the service they receive, and that they feel understood and prepared to complete their educational goals. We exist for the students, and they are why we do what we do every day.”

    Clare began working for the College as a counselor at the North campus in 2001. In 2006 she was promoted to lead counselor. In July 2009 she was selected Interim Dean of Student Development for the North campus. (More …)

     
  • 3:27 pm on June 17, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Personnel changes at South 

    South campus recently announced a couple of personnel changes. Please congratulate the following people as they step into their new positions.

    Joseph He’Bert, who previously served as Evening Dean, has been appointed as Dean of Administration. He’Bert will coordinate campus budget development, as well as act as representative for bond projects and renovations.

    The Evening Dean positon will be replaced by an Evening and Weekend Director; an internal search is underway for a one-year interim director.  Martha Olivares and Abraham Martinez will remain with the Evening Division, which will allow for a smooth transition.

    Student Success Center counselor, Shelley Rinehart, will serve as interim counselor, Amy Ruiz’s former position, in Counseling and Advising.

    Joseph He'Bert

    Shelley Rinehart

     
  • 5:10 pm on June 15, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    San Jacinto College South presents Carnegie Hall preview concert 

    The visual and performing arts department at San Jacinto College (SJC) South provided audiences with a ‘glimpse’ of their 2011 Carnegie Hall performance during a recent preview concert.

    Cynthia Stevens directed more than 30 singers for “A Glimpse Into the Future,” which featured such old time favorites as “The Water is Wide” and “Danny Boy.”

    The concert was held in honor of Marie Flickinger, SJC Board of Trustees Chair, who made a donation toward the group’s May 29, 2011 trip to the famed New York City concert venue. South campus President Dr. Maureen Murphy and vice president of instruction Dr. Toni Pendergrass were also in attendance to enjoy the evening’s event, which was followed with a reception catered by SJC Central campus culinary arts department.

     
  • 11:28 am on June 9, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    San Jacinto College cafeterias receive food service awards 

    San Jacinto College South and Central cafeterias recently received awards of excellence for proper food handling and sanitation practices. Pictured left to right: Mark Escobedo, Central campus cafeteria food service manager; Silvia Aguirre, lead cook for A&W and catering at Central; Carolyn Askew, assistant food manager at Central; Mary Johnson, South campus food service manager.

    San Jacinto College recently received three Food Standards Consultation Awards of Excellence for the A&W and Pizza Hut franchises at the South and Central cafeterias.

    Awarded by the food safety consulting company, EcoSure, the restaurants underwent thorough inspections and were recognized for proper food handling and sanitation practices.

    “Receipt of this award demonstrates an exemplary commitment to food safety standards by the management and team members of both franchises combined,” said Mark Escobedo, Central campus food service manager.

    Central campus is home to 21 food service employees, 16 of which are students. South campus is home to 14 food service employees; 11 are students. Both of the cafeterias unveiled extensive renovations in the Spring semester to include the two fast-food restaurants, along with new tabletops, booths, lighting and paint.

    “This award goes out to my staff who have proven their commitment to food safety,” said Mary Johnson, South campus food service manager. “Through their dedication, extensive training and hard work, we have built an exemplary food program.”

     
  • Amanda.Fenwick 2:49 pm on June 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Important news from the Facilities & Construction office 

    All San Jacinto College employees are urged to read the following important letter from Bryan Jones, Associate Vice Chancellor of Facilities & Construction, which contains news about the department’s new Request for Facilities Services process.

    Dear San Jacinto College Community,

    The Facilities & Construction Department is excited to introduce our new Request for Facilities Services (RFS) process.  We developed the process to better serve all employees and departments of the College by more effectively managing facility renovation, furniture orders, construction and alteration requests.

    You may obtain copies of the new RFS form from these locations:

    1.       The SJCD website < http://admin.sanjac.edu/forms-6>

    2.       Directly from the Facilities & Construction Department < mailto:severin.hogan@sjcd.edu?subject=RFS%20form%20request> , or

    3.       Your campus Administrative Dean/Facilities Services Coordinator (Dr. James Braswell, Don Spies, and Joseph Hebert).

    (More …)

     
  • Amanda.Fenwick 12:02 pm on June 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Baseball team celebrates successful season 

    The baseball team won the regional championship, and the national runner-up trophy.

    Arrington

    Wilson

    The North campus baseball team recently returned home to a celebration reception, held in the North campus student center.

    The team recently put an exclamation point on a very successful 2010 season by emerging as the national runner-up at the JUCO World Series, held in Grand Junction, Colorado.

    At the welcome home celebration, Chancellor Dr. Brenda Hellyer, North campus President Dr. Allatia Harris, and North campus Athletic Director Shawn Silman congratulated the players and staff — Head Coach Tom Arrington, assistant coaches Kory Koehler, Jason Krug, DJ Wilson, and Jimmy Durham; and athletic trainer Travis Greenway — for their accomplishments.

    Durham

    Koehler

    Coach Arrington, who earned the Region XIV South Conference coach of the year honors for the seventh time in his 10 years at the helm of the San Jac program, congratulated the players and coaches and expressed his sincere appreciation for their dedication and teamwork throughout the long, demanding season.

    The team finished the regular season as the Region XIV South Zone champions, and then emerged as the undefeated champions of the Region XIV tournament, played in mid-May in Mount Pleasant.

    They then traveled to Grand Junction as the top seed in the JUCO World Series, and as the top ranked team in the nation. The team came very close to bringing home a national title, losing by 1 run in the championship game.

    Congratulations to the San Jac baseball team, and to the coaching staff for a truly amazing season, and thanks to the faithful fans who support the College’s top-notch baseball program.

     
  • Amanda.Fenwick 8:38 am on June 8, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    North campus student advisor an honor grad 

    Lety Leteff (center) is shown at her graduation with students she as advised in recent years.

    North campus student advisor Leticia (Lety) Leteff, recently graduated from the University of Houston – Clear Lake, earning a master’s degree in Instructional Technology. She graduated as a Summa Cum Laude honor student.

    Lety serves as a college preparatory advisor with the North campus’ Talent Search program, where she works with middle school and high school students in the Channelview, Sheldon, and Galena Park school districts.

    Lety says she looks forward to employing what she learned while pursuing her master’s degree to help current and future students reach their educational goals. Her future plans include pursuit of a doctorate degree in education.

    Lety is married to Matthew Leteff, who works as a programmer at the South campus.

     
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