September 15, 2015
Rick Waters '95
This week for College Colors Day, Teresa Baker ’87 and her fellow Horned Frog alums at L.D. Bell High School in Hurst, Texas, proudly showed their school spirit.
Baker is in her 8th year as a counselor at Bell after teaching English for 20 years. She is one of six TCU graduates spanning three generations in her family.
“We like to say we’ve been through the good, the bad and the ugly, and it’s nice to be around for the awesome,” she wrote us.
At Bell, TCU alums are a strong and loyal following and enjoy sharing the excitement of football season, Baker said.
In an effort to promote the school’s annual college fair and to generate excitement for preparing for college in general, Hurst-Euless-Bedford school district sponsors a College Colors Day when employees are encouraged to wear college gear from their alma maters.
“I thought it would be fun to get a picture to the magazine. I’m pretty sure the alumni from the different universities were jealous,” she wrote.
Bell High School faculty wearing TCU gear included (top row, left to right): Eric Oglesby ’83, Kathleen (Chapman) Chase ’97, Louis (Harris) Woodruff ’82, Natalie (Rodriguez) Caruso ’06, Lee (Anderson) McGuire ’71, Sandra Honc ’85. Bottom row left to right: Holly (Lewis) Gregg ’02, Teresa Baker ’87, Amy (Lester) Stach ’95, Bobbi (Brack) Choe ’07.
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