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ECAP'S Response to Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

Texas Teacher News

Micah Fikes
Micah Fikes on August 29, 2017

ECAP, a Texas teacher alternative certification program is deeply saddened by the damage from Hurricane Harvey currently affecting our brothers and sisters in the southern part of Texas. 

ECAP is going to forgive program fees for our teachers that are victims of the hurricane and subsequent flooding until January. If there are any affected interns that we have not been able to contact about program fee forgiveness, please contact our office at (817) 284-7731 when you are able to do so.  

In addition to fee forgiveness for affected interns, ECAP will be contributing $5,000 to the JJ Watt organized Houston Flood Relief Fund to aid the rescue and cleanup efforts.  

We would like to encourage the ECAP teaching community to join us in our contribution.

Please use the following link to participate:




Topics: Texas Teacher News

Written by Micah Fikes

Micah is the Director of Curriculum & Technology. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in British Literature, from the University of North Texas and a Master of Arts in Teaching, from Louisiana College. In his previous career, Micah served for 14 years as a banker and bank manager. For the majority of this period, Micah managed the Downtown Fort Worth location of Frost Bank. In 2005, Micah finally surrendered to his true calling to be an educator. After a brief, but fulfilling term teaching high school English at Flower Mound High School in Lewisville ISD, Micah went to work for the family business, training teachers.

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