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Bill Battle: There's No Shortcut to Success

Apr 21, 2012 • by John Battle • Sports and Family Magazine
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MOWs volunteer finalist for charity title, prize

Aug 26, 2014 • Chron.com
An added bonus, she said, has been seeing The Briarwood School students who come on Thanksgiving develop empathy for the seniors helped that day. She remembers telling ... The other TexanPlus Champions finalists and their designated charities are Beth ... More

Teacher, 91, remains driven by passion for learning

May 21, 2014 • KTRK-TV
She first taught the spelling method to learning challenged students at the Briarwood School in Houston. A few years later, after she became a widow for the second time, Mrs. D moved to the Clear Lake area, and approached St. Thomas for a job. "I ... More

A Congressman's Son, A Special-Needs School, And A Lawsuit

Aug 13, 2009 • Houston Press (blog)
​It was November 2007, and Carrie Spitler, a teacher for the Tuttle special-needs program at Houston's Briarwood School, was with her class on a field trip when suddenly a 17-year-old student, 5-foot-10, 170 pounds, struck Spitler in the head with a rock. More

Sugar Land Girl Scout earns Gold Award

May 28, 2013 • Your Houston News
To accomplish this, Sarah enlisted the help of several Dyslexic and ADHD students who attend The Briarwood School in Houston to form a panel to make a presentation about their classroom experiences and the challenges they have overcome to succeed in ... More

Dan Gibson Walton dead at 62 after long Houston law career

Feb 10, 2013 • Houston Chronicle
Walton was born on March 26, 1950, in Houston and graduated from Robert E. Lee High School. He received a football scholarship to the University of Virginia, where he met his wife, Martha, and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with honors in 1972. The son of ... More

RIP Gib Walton, a valued member of Houston's legal community

Feb 8, 2013 • Houston Chronicle (blog)
Walton's extensive service to the community included: chair of the Houston Bar Foundation; on the Committee on Admissions for the U.S. District Courts, Southern District of Texas; chair of the U.S. Magistrate Judge Selection Committee, Southern ... More

Pricey private schools drawing more adoptive children

Jul 29, 2008 • Houston Chronicle
For some young children who know about the adoption, that might cause additional issues," said Carole Wills, head of The Briarwood School. Whether a child is adopted and aware of the adoption are questions on Briarwood's application. At one of the ... More

Parents, students remember founder of school for autistic

Nov 20, 2010 • Houston Chronicle
A little more than three decades ago, as her 40th birthday approached, Jane Groth Stewart discovered her calling unexpectedly. She began to do some volunteer work at a Houston school catering to children with learning issues and found she had a knack ... More

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