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  • GuytonMeet PME's Principal

    Mrs. Camela Guyton is a native Ausitinite, where she attended Andrews and Blackshear Elementary, Kealing Middle School, Austin High and Lyndon Baines Johnson High School. She graduated top 10% of her high school class. Her passion and journey to become an educator was ignited through a passionate but stern sixth grade teacher. She learned from her sixth-grade teacher and now mentor, to meet every student exactly where they are. Mrs. Guyton is also a proud magna cum laude graduate of Huston-Tillotson University (HTU), one of the Nation’s oldest Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. While attending HTU, it was also her honor to become a member of the distinguished ladies of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. She served as the president of her sorority chapter.

    Immediately following graduation, Mrs. Guyton, began her teaching journey as an elementary educator at Campbell Elementary School in Austin, Texas. Her childhood dream to teach in underserved communities in East Austin had been achieved. While teaching, she also pursued and earned a Master of Science degree, summa cum laude in Education Administration from Concordia University. After nine years as an Elementary Educator at Campbell Elementary, Mrs. Guyton, joined the Manor Independent School District and served seven years as an Instructional Coach and Assistant Principal. Mrs. Guyton’s successes include:  lead mentor teacher, campus teacher of the year and teacher of the year semi-finalists in AISD. While an Instructional Leader at Bluebonnet Trail Elementary, professional learning communities have been restructured which has increased student achievement, the school received an A rating for the accountability system, received multiple STAAR distinctions, created an effective Response to Intervention system, and most recent, achieved International Baccalaureate World School status.

    Mrs. Guyton is a servant-leader, lifetime learner, relationship creator and strategic planner. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, reading, meditating, and spending time outdoors.  Her greatest pride and joy are her three children.

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District Announcements

  • HB4545: Informational Webinar to Learn How This Bill Affects Your Scholar

    On June 16, 2021, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 4545 (HB4545) during the 87th Legislative Session. This law required school districts to provide additional accelerated instruction for scholars who did not take or “did not meet grade level” on the STAAR or STAAR end-of-course assessment in Spring 2021.

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  • Manor ISD Wins 2021 TAEA District of Distinction Award

    Manor ISD — Sept. 3, the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) announced the 40 winners of the 2021 District of Distinction Award. Among the list of honorees is Manor ISD. The districts received the honor for providing a well-rounded education that advocates and integrates visual arts curriculum to inspire creativity and build social-emotional learning that connects learners to their community and beyond.

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  • Manor ISD to Mandate Face Masks Effective Monday, August 16, 2021

    Manor ISD to mandate face masks throughout all district facilities and transportation effective Monday, August 16, 2021

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  • MISD Virtual Learning Academy

    MISD is excited about the upcoming 2021-22 school year and we are committed to offering a safe and healthy Safe Return to In-Person Instruction for all scholars. Manor ISD will also provide the opportunity for a Virtual Learning Academy, with limited space, for scholars ages 12 and younger.

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