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El Dorado Teacher Recognized as 2017 H-E-B Excellence in Education Award Finalist

El Dorado High School art teacher Candace Printz was recognized as a top educator in Texas and a 2017 H-E-B Excellence in Education Award finalist on May 7 at a special H-E-B awards ceremony in Austin.

The Socorro Independent School District educator was one of five Texas teachers selected as a finalist in the leadership secondary award category which honors educators for their outstanding dedication and commitment to students.

“I am extremely grateful to be an H-E-B finalist,” Printz said. “There are so many great teachers and amazing mentors in the state, so I’m deeply honored to have received this recognition.”

Earlier this year, Printz was recognized with a cash prize of $1,000 for herself and another $1,000 for her school during a surprise visit by H-E-B representatives and SISD Superintendent Dr. José Espinoza.

2017 Candace Printz HEB 5“We are extremely proud of Ms. Printz for being selected as a finalist of this prestigious award,” Dr. Espinoza said. “Her work, dedication and passion for students is admirable and truly embodies what our district is about. I commend her for her great work and thank her for being a role model to our children!”

Printz’ was nominated as a finalist for a plethora of accomplishments, including her innovative It’s Your World community project, which aims to collect trash and recyclables in the El Paso area and turn the waste into beautiful art; being the first-ever SISD Wall of Honor recipient in 2016; and being named an SISD campus Teacher of the Year in 2011 and 2017.

The educator plans to continue the project as well as start a non-profit organization with her students to continue creating an environmentally conscious culture in the El Paso community. 2017 Candace Printz HEB1

“We’ve learned so much this year and I look forward to continue this project by starting a non-profit organization where students who spearheaded the project can be our board members,” she said. “The objective will be to research our city’s laws, make suggestions and educate the community to be more progressive when it comes to recycling.”

This is the second year Printz has been recognized by H-E-B. Last year, she was one of 140 semi-finalists selected for the award out of the more than 1,400 submissions in Texas.

THE H-E-B award was created in 2002 as a way to support public education in Texas and pay tribute to educators who go the extra mile each day to serve their students, communities and inspire others to do the same, according to the H-E-B webpage.

Popular Texas-based grocer H-E-B launches on line store; Will deliver to 46 states

SAN ANTONIO, TX  – Texas‑based H‑E‑B, one of the nation’s largest regional grocery retailers with more than 370 stores in Texas and Mexico, announced today that more than 50,000 shelf stable foods, drugstore and general merchandise products are now available to purchase and ship at heb.com.

Products include H‑E‑B’s popular store brands like Central Market Organics and Café Ole Taste of Texas Coffees, as well as a large variety of national brands. Orders can be shipped throughout Texas, to 46 states within the continental U.S. and to military bases worldwide. Online shopping begins today and is the perfect way to ship a gift of H‑E‑B brand products to friends and family in time for the holidays.

shop-heb-comPopular Texas brands that are only available at H‑E‑B stores are now available to purchase and ship at heb.com. The new “Totally Texas” page at heb.com/texas includes products made in Texas or inspired by Texans like Whataburger Whatafries and Spicy Ketchup, Franklin Barbecue Sauce made in Austin, H‑E‑B chips, sodas, salsas and more.

HEB.com will also offer a broad assortment of general merchandise items, including the popular Mexican‑inspired Cocinaware cookware line made exclusively for H‑E‑B.

With an assortment of products larger than most online retailers, and even larger than some H‑E‑B brick and mortar stores, shopping at heb.com makes it easy and convenient for anyone to order their favorite products for shipping to home, family or friends.

For time‑starved shoppers that want to stock up on grocery, general merchandise, drugstore and beauty products, heb.com makes it easy to purchase items anywhere anytime. If a shopper’s neighborhood H‑E‑B doesn’t carry a particular specialty item, they can turn to heb.com to have it shipped to home or office.

In Texas cities without an H‑E‑B store, like El Paso, Amarillo and Texarkana, shoppers can simply visit heb.com where the products they love are just a click away. And for out of state Texans that long for their Lone Star State favorites, heb.com makes it easy to order and ship favorite foods from back home.

“We’ve been receiving calls for decades from Texans around the country that miss their favorite foods from home like H‑E‑B Texas‑Shaped Corn Tortilla Chips and H‑E‑B Café Ole Taste of Texas Coffees,” said Martin Otto, Chief Merchant and Chief Financial Officer of H‑E‑B. “Now, even if you move outside of Texas, you’ll still have a ‘neighborhood H‑E‑B’ just a click away.”

In addition to shipping across Texas and to 46 states, heb.com will ship to military bases worldwide. With Veterans Day this week, the San Antonio‑based company donated its first heb.com shipments to service members based in Texas and around the world.

“Anything that reminds our troops of home is a big deal,” said Retired Army Lieutenant General Rick Lynch. “When our service men and women are half way around the world something as simple as their favorite chips and salsa can lift their spirits during a long deployment.”

HEB.com is convenient for shoppers that want to stock up no matter where they live. All customer orders are delivered using standard shipping and in some Texas cities may arrive the very next day. Orders are shipped in one to three days and can be sent throughout Texas, to 46 states (excludes California, Alaska and Hawaii), and to any Army Post Office or Fleet Post Office (APO/FPO) address in the world.

Shipping fees vary and average $5 to $10 per order. Some products require a minimum order quantity, but all products are priced at the same everyday low prices shoppers can find in‑store.

H‑E‑B has created a “no hassle” return policy for online orders. Any product ordered online can be returned to any H‑E‑B store anywhere for an immediate full refund, or products can be sent back using free shipping.

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