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From Shelf to Success: It all starts in SBISD's Central Warehouse



Located off a quiet side street near Gesser in Spring Branch ISD (SBISD), the district's Central Warehouse operates as a hidden yet indispensable hub. With towering shelves and buzzing activity, this facility goes beyond storage—it serves as a cornerstone supporting instruction throughout SBISD.

Every book and supply within its walls holds the potential to shape a student’s learning experience, making the facility a vital resource year-round, particularly during the bustling summer months. Wayne Schaper, Jr. and Carol Ann Pervis are pivotal figures in this operation. With 41 years of service, Schaper, from coaching to managing purchasing, embraces the warehouse’s ethos as a second home. "It’s like family here," he reflects proudly. 

The mission is clear: to support SBISD’s 33,000 students across 42 schools with tireless dedication. "Everything we do is for the benefit of our students, teachers, principals, and families," says Schaper. His days from May to July are a whirlwind of inventory management and logistics, ensuring timely deliveries of textbooks and supplies to fully equip schools for the academic year.

Carol Ann Pervis, a 25-year veteran, echoes Schaper’s commitment. "My focus is on ensuring prompt deliveries," said Pervis, highlighting her team's dedication to excellence. Summer is their busiest period, devoted to preparing essential materials for the year ahead. 

"It all begins here," Pervis emphasizes, acknowledging the role her team of four plays in laying the groundwork for student success.

As Schaper looks ahead to the upcoming academic year, his enthusiasm is almost palpable, "It’s going to be a great school year." With new science and career and technical education materials, and outstanding leadership at the helm, he feels inspired and can’t wait to see the impact of his team’s efforts.

As Schaper and his team prepare for another year, their dedication ensures that Every Child in SBISD receives nothing but the best—a promising start to a future filled with knowledge and opportunity. #SBISDProud


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Cookie time: Girl Scout Brownies donate over 300 cookie boxes to SBISD Police Department



Girl Scouts' Brownie Troop 126034 donated more than 300 boxes of Girl Scout cookies to the Spring Branch Independent School District (SBISD) Police Department.

When spring rolls around, the checkbooks come out. It’s cookie time. For over 100 years, Girl Scouts have gone door-to-door, selling cookies to friends and family. The funds from these cookie sales go back to the Girl Scout council and troop, providing funds for scouts who may require financial assistance for program events.

This spring, Brownie Troop 126034, incoming third graders at Meadow Wood Elementary, set out to sell their cookies. Reaching out to friends and family, sales began pouring in, and the troop members excitedly watched their sales climb. However, selling cookies wasn't their only goal this spring. The troop, wanting to give back to the community, encouraged their buyers to consider donating cookies to their chosen recipient, the SBISD Police Department.

Eagerly anticipating the drop-off, scheduled for Friday, June 20, the department awaited the special delivery. At noon, several troop members arrived. With their car full of baked goods, they began unloading. In total, the troop donated 27 cases to the police station, totaling more than 300 boxes. The fun didn't stop there. Officers took the troop and their families on a personal tour to get a behind-the-scenes look at their station.

The SBISD Police Department was grateful for the thoughtfulness of the troop and excited to dig into their cookies!

We are #SBISDProud of this troop and the donors for demonstrating Collective Greatness and a strong Moral Compass, two of the SBISD Core Values.


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Northbrook High School welcomes Coach Demond Stafford


Northbrook High School (NHS) proudly introduces Demond Stafford as its new head coach and athletic director, bringing more than 25 years of coaching experience and a legacy of success to the Raiders' athletic program.

Coach Stafford's career includes accolades such as the prestigious 2021 UIL Sponsor Excellence Award, a district football title in 2023, and Coach of the Year honors in 22-6A. These achievements highlight Coach Stafford's commitment to excellence and his ability to inspire athletes both on and off the field.

Stafford selected Spring Branch Independent School District (SBISD) for its Core Values, particularly Every Child. He values SBISD's reputation for fostering a supportive environment where every student can thrive.

At the heart of Stafford's leadership philosophy is providing support to every member of the school family  – from athletes to coaches and the wider community. He believes collaboration and encouragement are crucial for achieving success.

"As a leader and educator, I am most inspired by the potential I see in our students. Their growth and development, both as athletes and individuals, motivate me daily," said Coach Stafford.

Offering advice to students and families for the upcoming year, Stafford emphasized embracing Northbrook Athletics and continuing to support the Raiders. "Our athletes are improving daily, and your support means everything to us. Together, we can achieve greatness."

Looking forward to the first day at Northbrook High School, Stafford anticipates the optimism and energy of a new school year. "I can't wait to see our students' enthusiasm and begin my journey with the Raiders. Here We Go Raiders!" said Stafford, signaling his excitement for the future of Northbrook's athletic program under his leadership.

Join us in welcoming Demond Stafford to Northbrook High School as he leads the Raiders toward a bright and successful future in athletics and beyond. Go Raiders!


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