Please join us for the LULAC 4366 Scholarship Banquet:

24 Mar


You may download the PRINTABLE FORM
to order tickets via mail HERE

OR you may order your tickets online below:
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In Gratitude

7 Apr

Thank you so much for your presence, contribution, and continued support. It meant a lot to me that you were there. I hope I have made you proud.
Here is the web address for the article on Copa Familia in the Denton Record Chronicle.
I am proud to serve Familia, Esuela, y Comunidad in Denton, TX.

Con Gusto,

Former TWU professor digs deep into history of battle for freedom

2 Mar
Published: 01 March 2015 10:03 PM

If you’re as smart as a Texas fourth-grader, you know about Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie and William Barret Travis. They died at the Alamo fighting for Texas’ freedom from Mexico.

But on this 179th anniversary of Texas’ declaration of independence from Mexico, you might have to be a little smarter to know about the eight native Texans who also died during that battle.

Ramiro Valdez likely knows more about the battle at the Alamo than a lot of Texans do. The retired Texas Woman’s University professor says he has read just about everything he can get his hands on, both in English and Spanish. Read more

Apply for LULAC College Scholarships TODAY!

24 Feb

Denton LULAC  Chapter 4366 AND National LNESC College Scholarships Applications online NOW!

The Denton LULAC Chapter 4366 Scholarship 2015 PRINTABLE APPLICATION are located in RED under the Scholarship tab noted above.
PLEASE make sure to TAKE NOTICE of the
REQUIRED: ELIGIBILITY, DOCUMENTS and DEADLINES stated in both of these applications!

High School Seniors, Apply for the LNESC College Scholarship

Sponsored by the Exxon Mobil Corporation, the LULAC National Educational Service Centers (LNESC) will award one (1) national scholarship of $20,000 (paid over four years), and twelve (12) $2,000 local scholarships to qualified Latino high school seniors who plan to pursue a degree in engineering at U. S. post-secondary institutions. Applicants must reside within the following cities or surrounding areas:

Miami, FL | Kansas City, MO | Albuquerque NM | Philadelphia, PA | Bayamon, PR | Corpus Christi, TX | Houston, TX | Dallas, TX | El Paso, TX | San Antonio, TX

Eligibility Requirements

  • Must be a graduating high school senior
  • Must be a Hispanic student accepted into and planning to attend a full-time program in engineering leading to a bachelor’s degree at an accredited college or university in the U.S.
  • Must have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale or the equivalent.
  • Must have scored 29 or higher on the ACT test, or 1350 or higher on the SAT test (sum of critical reading and mathematics scores).
  • Must be a U. S. Citizen or have the legal right to work in the U.S. without requiring sponsorship now or in the future.

The application period for the ExxonMobil / LNESC Scholarship is from:
FEBRUARY 20, 2015 to APRIL 15, 2015.
For more information, please CLICK HERE

Perceptions and perspectives

23 Jan

The Denton League of United Latin American Citizens and NAACP chapters are leading the effort. Conversations kicked off Dec. 19 at a luncheon attended by law enforcement officials and local leaders. The chapters earlier this month launched a pilot program, known as KIDS FIRST, where it sought feedback of the PALS group at Denton High and intends to expand to other schools in Denton. PALS serves as mentors to elementary and middle school students and mediators to their peers. Tim Sanchez, LULAC president and the Denton High PALS sponsor, said PALS represents one of the diverse groups on campus and includes athletes, musicians, students in advanced courses and students that come from just about every ethnic and economic background. They were able to offer officers more than 20 perspectives. Because Sanchez is the PALS sponsor, the NAACP and LULAC were able to get its pilot program up and running within a week to a week and a half. READ MORE
VIDEO below

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