• The Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District (SCUCISD) inducted members in the Hall of Honor on May 6, 2014. 

    The induction ceremony was held at 4:30 p.m. at the Schertz Civic Center in conjunction with the District’s Commitment to Excellence Awards (CTE) Ceremony for its employees.

    The following individuals were inducted for 2014:

    Community Member - Rachel Wall  

    Rachel graduated from Sam Houston State University where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education.  She has lived in the Schertz community for well over 20 years.  She and her husband settled here after retiring from the U.S. Army. She has two adult children and two grandchildren.  Rachel has served on numerous boards and advisory committees for her church as well as SCUC ISD and volunteers her time at Paschal Elementary.  

    Rachel has helped countless families in our district by providing a safe, loving and nurturing environment for hundreds of children in her home daycare.  She is the epitome of kindness and generosity.  

    Rachel believes that without the dedication of our educators and family at home, our children would not be as well prepared to move on to the next grade, to graduate and become productive citizens of our community.  

    Former Student and Graduate - Jack Chisenhall   

    Jack was born in 1947 in Fort Worth, Texas.  His father was a Master Sergeant in the United States Air Force.  Jack and his family moved to five cities in the United States and Germany before being transferred back to the United States in 1954, settling in Schertz, Texas, where Jack’s father was stationed at Randolph Air Force Base. 

    After graduating from Clemens High School, Jack enrolled at Southwest Texas State University. While he was in college he started his first business, a small hot rod shop.  He graduated in 1970 with a BS in Industrial Design. 

    Jack was a car guy from an early age, and grew up reading Hot Rod and other car magazines of the day.  Even as a young boy of 12 years he told his parents that he would one day make hot rod parts for a living.

    Jack laid plans to build some of the most basic Street Rod Air Conditioning Products and took them to show at the 1976 Street Rod Nationals and the name Vintage Air was created.  Vintage Air has now expanded in to a business that not only develops and manufactures kits for street rods and muscle cars, but has worked with many new automakers to satisfy their needs for performance climate control systems.