schools around Houston, with mass retentions, administrative meltdowns, faltering test scores, and en masse teacher resignations.
Legacy Community Health Services offers a full range of outpatient behavioral health services provided by a growing network of community clinics offering assessment, medication management, testing and therapy for children, teens and adults.
Medical Servicesx I consent for this (my) child to receive medical care, treatments and on-site diagnostic tests that Legacy Community Health Services believe are necessary for this (my) child. These services may include: exams, first aid, prescribing of medication, evaluation of routine and chronic illnesses, and health education.x I understand that it is not required to attend this (my) child’s treatment, but I may if I choose. In case I cannot do so, I authorize the nurse practitioner or doctor to treat this (my) child in my absence and if necessary, an authorized adult may accompany this (my) child to receive services. The authorized adult school official may be a medical assistant, school nurse, principal, administrative employee, or an adult named by one of them.A clinical summary is provided following most visits. This clinical summary will contain this (my) child’s personal health information which includes, but is not limited to: the patient’s name, date of birth, medical diagnoses, medications and health education. This summary may be in the format of a letter placed in this (my) child’s backpack or delivered through the mail and/or through a phone call.
Margaret Alkek Williams and co-chair
Paul-David Van Atta.
Co-chair Brian Teichman.
|On January 11, Philamena and Arthur Baird, Judi and Jack Holmes and Brian Teichman and Paul-David Van Atta presented Cabaret for a Cure at Hilton Americas in Houston, TX. Over 450 attended and the evening raised a net of $250,000 for the Foundation.|
Originally indicted on more than 24 charges of conspiracy, fraud and money laundering, Mr. Glisan pleaded guilty in 2003 to one count of conspiracy to commit wire and securities fraud. He . . . [served 2 years of a] five-year sentence at a federal penitentiary in Beaumont, Tex.
Harvin Moore, Technology Executive, Entrepreneur, and Public Schools Trustee:
I worked with Ben as a fellow director on the board of KIPP charter schools. His strong background in finance, along with persistence in pushing the organization to meet its goals, were very valuable in the meteoric growth of KIPP.