Los Fresnos CISD Staff Recognized for Postgraduate Accomplishments at Board Meeting

The Los Fresnos Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees held their monthly regular board meeting on Monday, October 3, 2022. At the meeting, district educators and staff who recently completed postgraduate studies and subsequently received Masters and Doctorate degrees were honored.  Congratulations to our staff members for this accomplishment and for exemplifying what is means to be a “life-long learner”.


Earning Doctorate degrees were the following:

Dr. Jennifer Stumbaugh-Texas A&M, August 2022

Dr. Sara Tudon-UT-RGV,  September 2022


Earning Master’s degrees were the following staff members:


District Service Center:

Sarah Romaine Rodriguez-UTRGV, May 2022

Vanessa Castillo-UT-RGV, May 2022

Melissa Lizel Rendon-UT-RGV, August 2022


Los Fresnos High School:

Jessica Maria Garcia-Texas A&I, March 2022


Los Fresnos United;

Charmaine Adel Thomae-Walden University, July 2022

Lucila Ann Lopez-Lamar University, February 2022

Yaitzma Belem Caraveo-UT-RGV, July 2022


Los Cuates Middle School

Jessica Maria Garcia-UT-RGV, March 2022

Stephanie Esquibel-UT-RGV, July 2022


Olmito Elementary

Bianca Espinoza-UT-RGV, December 2021


Palmer-Laakso Elementary

Erika Maribel Gonzalez-Grand Canyon University, August 2022


Rancho Verde Elementary

Layla Mabous-UT-RGV, August 2022


Los Fresnos CISD Superintendent Dr. Gonzalo Salazar was also honored by the Board of Trustees for serving as the president of the Texas Association of School Administrators for the 2022-2023 school year.  Dr. Salazar, who assumed the role in June, presided over the TASA/TASB convention in September where Los Fresnos CISD students performed live.  The board presented Dr. Salazar with a commemorative frame during the meeting.