Substitute Teacher (Former Employee) – Texas – March 24, 2019
Working for Cy-Fair ISD was a pleasurable experience for me because, I like working with people and being able to provide children with all the knowledgeable information that I can provide. I love working and watching the kids face light up when they have learned something new.
It was something different every day.
Working as a subsitute teacher did not provide me with insurance
Very diversified, motivated and hands on school district
Instructional Specialist (Former Employee) – Cypress-Fairbanks – March 23, 2019
This school district is huge and is very diversified. It has many Title I schools. It is strongly driven by benchmark testing and data. There are great leaders throughout the district, but every school has a unique culture of its own based on the population and administrative leadership.
Program Leader (Former Employee) – Cypress, TX – January 9, 2019
Working at Club Rewind, I would typically start my shift by checking in and going to the gymnasium where I would meet with my students after school let out. The children would come to me and they would all line up until all of my students arrived. Once I had all of my students, we would walk to the cafeteria where they would eat a snack then I would help them with their homework if needed. After homework and snack time, we would either go outside or to the gym (depending on the weather) where we would play some type of physical activity game. The students would be called to go home at different parts of the day and I was responsible for getting them to their parents.
I worked with five other people, one manager and four other program leaders. I really enjoyed my coworkers and we all worked together very well. I really enjoyed getting to be a person who my students got to spend time with after school. I also enjoyed teaching my students and helping them with their school work.
Lifeguard (Current Employee) – Cypress, TX – January 2, 2019
Working here is alright for during the school year. Not a whole lot else. Too many lifeguards and not enough hours to go around. You do get to pick your own schedule which is nice, but no other benefits.
Teacher (Former Employee) – Cypress, TX – December 1, 2018
This district is great with building community and assisting ALL staff members- not just the educators. They are very supportive and are always finding ways to use their funds to better educate their students. Technology is TOP-NOTCH!
Teacher (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – November 3, 2018
. I had the opportunity to work with amazing professionals for many years. As the district grew while I worked there, we continued to meet the needs of our changing demographics.. As a retiree, I continue to provide part-time assistance when needed..
TRANSPORTATION DATA ENTRY CLERK (Current Employee) – Cypress, TX – October 29, 2018
School and therefore school districts, should be about betterment, not politics. It's all politics - it's about how you know, not WHAT you know or HOW WELL you DO your job. I feel like I've spent the last 5 years spinning my wheels like a hamster!
School Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 14, 2018
For the most part, the job was pleasant. A lot of children need discipline. I learned that there are many people with many different views on life. Management, in most cases, have your back. I enjoyed having seniority and stress free days. I also enjoyed nights and weekends off. The hardest part of the job was dealing angry parents.