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Mr. Rob Gasparello

Wrong Rob Gasparello?

Principal High School

Phone: (713) ***-****  
Local Address:  Texas , United States
Houston Independent School District
Hattie Mae White Educational Support Center 4400 West 18Th Street
Houston , Texas 77092
United States

Company Description: HISD provides bus service for eligible regular-education students who submit requests to their campus transportation coordinators and have them approved by the...   more

Employment History


  • B.A. degrees , Elementary Education and Physical Education
  • Master's degree , Education
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Sharpstown High School ..., 18 Feb 2015 [cached]
Sharpstown High School Principal Rob Gasparello declined comment Tuesday.
Four students this week reported to school district police that Gasparello recently struck them.
Kimball says the teens also say Gasparello kicked two of them out of school without due process.
Gasparello in 2013 was removed from his duties while facing criminal charges of failure to report suspected child abuse.
WFMY News 2 - Local & State News [cached]
Sometimes when there are fights or where there's violence taking place in a bus situation or a crowd, you get that crowd mentality and without quick intervention, things could get out of hand and I've seen that," Grimsley High School Principal Rob Gasparillo said.
GCS Online [cached]
Rob Gasparello, principal of Hunter Elementary School since 1995, was recently selected as the 2001-2002 Wachovia Principal of the Year.Full Story
HoustonPBS - "American Graduate", 31 Oct 2012 [cached]
Rob Gasparello, Principal of Sharpstown High School
Rob Gasparello, M.Ed. Principal of Sharpstown High School
Rob Gasparello has been an advocate for kids at the elementary, middle school, and high school level as a teacher, coach and principal. His work as an instructional leader at both the elementary and high school level has earned him local, state and national recognition. His ability to make connections to students is at the heart of several turnaround school initiatives where cultures have been transformed through a Together We Can....Whatever It Takes....No Excuses missionary approach. He is currently the principal of Sharpstown High, the school featured in our discussion this evening.
In the conference room adjacent to ..., 14 Jan 2012 [cached]
In the conference room adjacent to Sharpstown High principal Rob Gasparello's office, 40 or so grocery bags filled with canned goods are stacked and ready for distribution on Friday afternoon. Kids have to eat on weekends, too, and many Sharpstown students are likely to find the cupboard bare at home. So this year, the staff began collecting and distributing canned goods to help families in need.
I had come here to ask Gasparello about the high rate of student mobility at Sharpstown - the phenomenon plaguing urban schools when many students move in and out of a campus, their families lured by the next cheap apartment deal across town, or simply evicted from their current one.
"It's not going to go away," Gasparello said. "So we have to find ways to respond in a positive way."
At Sharpstown, that means creating a culture worth taking "two or three buses to get here," Gasparello says, gesturing to the grocery bags.
"It can be frustrating (for teachers) when you've made progress with a student, but come Monday morning they are gone," Gasparello said. But, he added gamely, "Our charge is to take kids wherever they are at and do the most with them for the time we have them."
At least at Sharpstown, Gasparello has a fighting chance to keep students from switching schools: They're old enough to hitch a ride or a navigate Metro to get to Sharpstown if their family moves.
Ushering him to a conference room to meet a counselor, Gasparello admonished him to remove his sweatshirt's hood from his head. Then he turned and asked, "Have you had breakfast today?"
After a negative response, Gasparello reached for a stack of Styrofoam containers and handed the student, not just nutrition, but something even more valuable - the unstated message that an adult cared.
In the conference room adjacent to Sharpstown High principal Rob Gasparello's office, 40 or so grocery bags filled with canned goods are stacked and ready for distribution on Friday afternoon.
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