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December 3, 2012

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Corsicana — Collins Middle School, Salvation Army holding Sock Drive

Collins Middle School, in conjunction with The Salvation Army, is hosting a Nursing Home Sock Drive from Dec. 4-14. Men’s and women’s new socks in their original packaging are needed. The goal is to collect 450 pairs.

“If you would like to donate socks for our nursing home residents, you may bring the socks to the front office at Collins Middle School,” said Margaret Cutrer, seventh grade counselor. “Socks can be of any color or design.”

For more information, contact Cutrer at (903) 872-3979 or Sgt. Linda Romack of The Salvation Army at (903) 874-7131.

Zastoupil elected to state position in TSPRA

Kristin Zastoupil, Webmaster/Graphic Designer at Corsicana ISD and Executive Director of the Corsicana Education Foundation (CEF) will serve as a newly elected officer on the 2013 state executive board of the Texas School Public Relations Association (TSPRA).  Zastoupil was elected as the At-Large Vice President, Position 1.

She has been a member of TSPRA and the National School Public Relations Association for the last six years, and has presented at numerous conferences. She is also on the planning committee of the National School Foundation Association.

“Kristin is a leader in our profession,” said Dr. Diane Frost, Superintendent of CISD. “We are very pleased that she has been selected to guide the future of school public relations at the state and national level.”

— From Staff Reports


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