The Kappa Delta Pi International Society in Education sponsors an annual service project called Celebration of Teaching and encourages all chapters to hold events to honor local teachers. Adjusting to COVID-19 requirements, the Sul Ross State University  Zeta Delta Chapter sent Teacher Hero Notepads to all area teachers.

Kappa Delta Pi selected 15 top chapter service projects, and the Zeta Delta Chapter was one of those selected.  The Zeta Delta Chapter received the Bronze Award for our innovative recognition of our local teachers. President Angelique Gonzales is shown with the plaque and check for $100 from Kappa Delta Pi.

This year, nine students were inducted into the SRSU  Zeta Delta Chapter of the Kappa Delta Pi  International Honor Society in Education on December 10, 2020. The keynote speaker for the ceremony was Mr. Verl O’Bryant, Alpine Elementary School Principal. Dr. Jeanne Qvarnstrom,  chapter counselor, and Ms. Angelique Gonzales, chapter president, led the initiation ceremony for the new members including: Adriana Carranza Colina, Leah Davis, Monica Hernandez, Jamie Lee, Lauren Martinez, Ashley Mendoza, Suzanne Padilla, Kayla Prieto, and Donna Upchurch.

Following the induction ceremony, graduating members of Zeta Delta were recognized: Jamie Lee,  Rebecca Ramos, and Amber Spears. Each graduate received Kappa Delta Pi honor cords.

Kappa Delta Pi was founded in 1911 at the University of Illinois to foster excellence in education and to promote fellowship among those dedicated to teaching.  For over a century, the Society has consistently grown with a membership today of over 1.2 million.

The mission of Kappa Delta Pi is to sustain an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership, and service.