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Addison Midday

Service Above Self

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Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
May Dragon
4848 Belt Line Road
Addison, TX 75248
United States of America
We meet at the May Dragon in Addison, TX. Mailing Address: 4145 Belt Line Road Suite 212-242 Addison, TX 75001
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Club News
June 18 Meeting
Timothy Isaly
Campus Information
 
About Us
The Early College High School (ECHS) is housed on the Brookhaven College campus. Early College opened in 2006 and became the district’s fifth high school. ECHS is part of the Texas High School Project where students have the opportunity to earn an associate degree from Brookhaven College while earning a high school diploma.
 
Motto
Transforming Dreams into Realities
 
Vision
The vision of Early College High School is to create a transformative educational experience that drives inspiration, innovation and dedication for all students and staff.
 
Mission
The mission of Early College High School is to graduate globally-minded citizens that are competently and confidently prepared to complete a four year university program and who can positively lead and democratically serve their local communities.
 
Timothy Isaly
 
As the grateful principal to 353 of the kindest, hardest-working, highest achieving and service-oriented students taught by the most inspired, motivated, and dedicated faculty and staff, Timothy Isaly wishes to thank Addison Midday Rotary for offering him this opportunity to discuss how he and his team transform the Early College High School learning experiences so that every person can become an innovative and inspired citizen.
 
Mr. Isaly has served as a teacher, assistant principal and now as a principal (8th year).  He spent two years with the United States Peace Corps in the Republic of Vanuatu at the Rensarie Junior Secondary School teaching math in English/French, ecumenical religion, team-taught English and rugby.
 
His teaching venues include an international site, inner-city schools (Detroit and Dallas), suburban school (Springfield, Ohio), and a country school (Mt. Pleasant, TX).
 
Mr. Isaly’s administrative career all happened in Carrollton Farmers Branch ISD (8 years at Newman Smith, 2 years at Ranchview, 1 year at Creekview and 7 years at Early College High School).
On May 14, when Ashley Watkins, of the NTFB was at spoke at our club, we held a food drive and donated food to North Texas Food Bank.
 
The Addison Midday Foundation made a donation to the Camp RYLA Hygiene Drive in the name of the Addison Midday Rotary Club.
 
Over $3,000 was raised from Rotary Clubs and RYLA.
 
Last week at Camp RYLA, the campers put together 600 hygiene bags for Metrocrest Services.
 
Thanks to everyone.
 
Addison Midday Rotary sent our speaker, Bush Elementary Principal Carol Crowling, back to school with 15 dozen cookies for teachers and staff!   She shared what is going on now and what is planned for next year.  It includes adding a Service component and more involvement with our club.
 
Rotary District 5810 received the following Thank You message from District Governor 5730, Bonnie Pendleton for our monetary and clothing donations for the panhandle fire victims:
 
Please thank all the wonderful Rotarians in your District for being so generous to aid victims of the Panhandle wildfires in such great ways!  PDG Susan Brints announced at our District Conference this past weekend your large monetary donation to assist with the Rotary Disaster Recovery grant.
  
Thank you also for bringing clothing and household goods to Wheeler -- your timing was perfect as wildfire victims are now ready to start rebuilding their homes.  
 
District 5730 Rotarians are incredibly grateful to District 5810!  Thank you VERY much!
 
Bonnie Pendleton, Ph.D.
Rotary District 5730 Governor 2020-21 and 2023-24
 
The AMRC supported and donated to this effort.
 
On April 15, the Addison Midday Rotary Club celebrated its 20th Anniversary with a Catered Dinner at the Water Tower Theater.
 
A good time was had by all.  
 
Thank you, Suzi, for arranging the evening!
 
 
On March 19, the Addison Midday Rotary Club made 75 Easter Baskets for Hope Supply.  Hope Supply will distribute the baskets to needy children in the Dallas Area.
 
Hope Supply can always use more baskets. Please consider making some baskets for Hope Supply.
 
 
 
 
 
At our February 20 meeting, after Jackie Rakowski, Executive Director of Woven Health Clinic, made her presentation, the Addison Midday Rotary Club made a $1,500 donation to WOVEN Health Clinic.
 
The donation will be used to provide vaccination shots to those who cannot afford the cost of the shot.
 
Over 85% of the patients at WOVEN Health Clinic are uninsured.  
 
100% are below 250% of the poverty level.
Rotary in Action

JOIN A PROJECT


Change your community with us by volunteering on a local project.  The Addison Midday Rotary Club planting trees for the Addison Park District

PARTNER WITH US

We work with groups and organizations of all sizes to accomplish even more.  We assist the George H. W. Bush Elementary School in Addison in many way, one is our annual drive for Dry Erase Markers.
 
 
 
 
SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY

The Addison Midday Rotary Club has a long history of supporting Metrocrest Services.  Follow us to learn how we are supporting the new Metrocrest Services Building.

Speakers Calendar
Timothy A. Isaly
Jun 18, 2024
Early College High School
No Meeting
Jun 25, 2024
Heather Bosillo
Jul 09, 2024
Make-A-Wish North Texas
Suggestions
For Speaker Suggestions, please contact one of the Speaker Co-Chairs.
 
For Service Project Suggestions, please contact one of the Club Service Co-Chairs.