Chapter News

Mission

Hou-Met, a local chapter of the Texas Educational Diagnosticians’ Association, promotes professionalism, excellence, and continuing growth for diagnosticians to provide individuals with disabilities quality educational services in the Houston-Metropolitan area.

The Hou-Met Chapter of the Texas Educational Diagnosticians’ Association (TEDA) represents Educational Diagnosticians in the greater Houston-Metropolitan area. In addition to membership meetings each year, Hou-Met has provided an annual fall conference since 1975. Hou-Met has hosted the conference to expand the knowledge base and professionalism of Educational Diagnosticians.

The chapter uses proceeds from the annual conference to fund scholarships for students with disabilities in post secondary education programs as well as individuals in Educational Diagnostician certification programs. In the spring/summer, the chapter hosts a general meeting where newly elected officers are presented to the membership.

Hou-Met is committed to the educational and overall well-being of every child and continues to pursue excellence in the field of general and special education.

HOU-MET EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 2021-2022

OFFICERS

President

Kristin Robbins
Aldine ISD

President Elect

Jennifer Robin Cameron
Aldine ISD

Past President

Sherina Thomas
Humble ISD

Vice President

Dr. Tara Conley
Houston ISD

Secretary

Cynthia Edwards
Houston ISD

Treasurer

Brenda Keys
Independent Contractor

COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS

Annual Conference

Kristin Robbins & Sherina Thomas

Government Awareness

Lori Harris

Scholarships

Cynthia Edwards

TEDA/HOU-MET MEMBERSHIP

 

Membership Year: August 1, 2021 – July 31, 2022

The TEDA membership year begins August 1 annually.

The 2021 – 2022 membership form will soon be available online at TEDA (Hou-Met) Membership Application.

When you join/renew your TEDA membership, remember to select “Hou-Met/Region 4” as your local chapter for no additional fee when you complete your TEDA (state) application.