CFISD Classroom Cheerleader Spotlight: Alice Streit

cheerleader-streit-23As the third-largest school district in Texas and the largest employer in Northwest Harris County, Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District impacts the lives of far more than the 115,000 students and thousands of teachers, employees and administrators across 88 elementary, middle and high school campuses and special program facilities that study and work within our walls. In fact, we’re proud that as a top-rated school district, the work we do within our school system extends beyond the schools and permeates within our neighborhoods and businesses, making the greater Cypress-Fairbanks community a better place to work, live, study and play. The Cypress-Fairbanks community excels because of our CFISD cheerleaders; the individuals and businesses that invest in and support our students and community at large.

Today, we highlight Alice Streit, a veteran CFISD bus driver who started with the district in 1980. After 38 years on the job, she still feels that every day is important in the lives of her students. She works hard to make each of them feel like they matter.

How long have you lived/worked in Cypress-Fairbanks?

I have lived in the Cy-Fair district most of my life and have worked for Cy-Fair 38 years.

 

Why are you so passionate about being a part of the Cypress-Fairbanks community?

I love the community for many reasons. One being the education my children got and that my grandkids are now getting. There are so many places you can go as a family and with friends. Cy-Fair still seems like a close-knit community, no matter how big it is.

How has Cypress-Fairbanks ISD impacted you, your family or your business?

My children are doing great because of this education. Our business is successful because of the larger businesses here in the community.

What piece of advice would you like to give to Cypress-Fairbanks ISD students?

I would advise to take every opportunity the school gives you to be all that you can be, to better your future.

What’s your favorite thing to do, see, eat or experience in our community?

Anything and everything that is family friendly. We love to get together with friends and family and enjoy each other.


Interested in getting involved, being featured as an upcoming Cheerleader (or featuring someone who you think makes our district great) or in learning more about how Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District makes the larger Cypress-Fairbanks community a better place to work, live, study and play for all of us? Visit CFISDSpirit.com to cheer along with our team!

CFISD Classroom Cheerleader Spotlight: Isabel Rodriguez

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As the third-largest school district in Texas and the largest employer in Northwest Harris County, Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District impacts the lives of far more than the 115,000 students and thousands of teachers, employees and administrators across 88 elementary, middle and high school campuses and special program facilities that study and work within our walls. In fact, we’re proud that as a top-rated school district, the work we do within our school system extends beyond the schools and permeates within our neighborhoods and businesses, making the greater Cypress-Fairbanks community a better place to work, live, study and play. The Cypress-Fairbanks community excels because of our CFISD cheerleaders; the individuals and businesses that invest in and support our students and community at large.

Today, we highlight Isabel Rodriguez, a beloved CFISD bus driver who joined our transportation team 37 years ago on Sept. 2, 1980. Her infectious smile for every student she transports exemplifies her love for the job, and she is grateful to be able to touch lives throughout the district.

How long have you lived/worked in Cypress-Fairbanks?

I have lived in the Cypress area since 1978, and have worked for CyFair since 1980.

Why are you so passionate about being a part of the Cypress-Fairbanks community?

My husband and I were looking for the best education for our two daughters. Cy-Fair offered everything we wanted for our girls.

How has Cypress-Fairbanks ISD impacted you, your family or your business?

My girls received a wonderful education from Cy-Fair High School, and both girls went on to Texas A&M and received their degrees. The oldest daughter went on to get her master’s. Both daughters are very successful and I attribute a lot of that to their education in Cy-Fair.

What piece of advice would you like to give to Cypress-Fairbanks ISD students?

Focus on your school work and you will reap your rewards.

What’s your favorite thing to do, see, eat or experience in our community?

I love all that this area has to offer. There are so many things to see and do and wonderful places to eat without having to go very far. I love the community atmosphere Cypress has. It’s just a great place to live and raise a family.


Interested in getting involved, being featured as an upcoming Cheerleader (or featuring someone who you think makes our district great) or in learning more about how Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District makes the larger Cypress-Fairbanks community a better place to work, live, study and play for all of us? Visit CFISDSpirit.com to cheer along with our team!