History & Facts
Della Icenhower grew up in the community of Dalby Springs in Bowie County and graduated from Texarkana High School. She received a bachelor's of science in education from North Texas State University, a master's of science from Texas A&M at Commerce and a library certification from North Texas State.
Mrs. Icenhower taught most school levels in her 38 years of teaching. She taught at Pewitt ISD, Omaha-Naples, Travis School, Falls Count, Sam Houston Junior High School, Borger Fritch High School and Childress Junior High before coming to Mansfield ISD as a librarian.
Mrs. Icenhower served 30 years on the Mansfield Public Library Board and was named to the Wall of Honor for the City of Mansfield in 2001. As a volunteer for several years after retirement, she assisted in the transfer of elementary library records from a card catalog to an automated system. In addition, Mrs. Icenhower has served on various committees for the MISD system. She has shown a true love for the District and the children that it serves.
Think - Dream - Believe - Achieve
Icenhower Intermediate School will provide a safe and secure learning environment for all members of the school community. Working together for the success of every student, excellence will be achieved by maintaining high expectations, a positive school climate, a high regard and respect for the unique characteristics of individuals, a commitment to building relationships with students, families, and community, and a focus on life skills and life-long learning.
Icenhower Intermediate School has a clear sense of the goals we are attempting to accomplish, the characteristics of the school it seeks to become, and the contributions the stake holders in the school will make in order to transform ideas into reality. The vision statement is intended to provide the standards Icenhower Intermediate School should strive to achieve and maintain as an ideal learning community.
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