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Vacant Anna ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services, Inc.INFO
Vacant Hardin ISD; Search By: Arrow Educational Services, Inc.INFO
Vacant Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) Executive Director; Search By: Arrow Educational Services, Inc.INFO
Vacant Rocksprings ISD; Search By: Rocksprings ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant Lumberton ISD; Search By: TASB Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Vacant Fredericksburg ISD; Jeff Brasher; Superintendent of Gainesville ISD; Search by TASB Executive Search Services INFO
Vacant Sharyland ISD; Search By: Jones, Galligan, Key & Lozano L.L.P InfoINFO
Vacant Perryton ISD; Search By: Region 16 ESC InfoINFO
Vacant Temple ISD; Search by: Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Vacant Aldine ISD; Search By: Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Vacant Aledo ISD; Search By: Preston Educational ConsultingINFO
Vacant Cedars International Academy; Dr. Mark Diaz, current Superintendent of Cedars International Academy, will be conducting the search for his replacement. InfoINFO
Vacant Pine Tree ISD; Search by: Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Vacant Conroe ISD; Search by: Rogers, Morris & Grover, L.L.P. InfoINFO
Vacant Troup ISD; Search by: The Board of Trustees of Troup ISD InfoINFO
Vacant Alice ISD; Search by: Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Vacant Reagan County ISD; Search by: Reagan County ISD Board of Trustees InfoINFO
Vacant Tulia ISD; Search By: Tulia ISD School Board InfoINFO
Vacant Lake Worth ISD; Search by: Bob E Griggs and AssociatesINFO
Vacant Glasscock County ISD; Search By: Glasscock County ISD School BoardINFO
Vacant Brownfield ISD; Search by: Region 17 ESC InfoINFO
Vacant Anahuac ISD; Search by: ​Rogers, Morris & Grover, L.L.P. InfoINFO
Vacant Miles ISD; Search by CCR Educational Consultants Info.INFO
Vacant Brock ISD; Search by: Former School Board President, Bill C. Cooper InfoINFO
Vacant Waller ISD; Search by: Rogers, Morris & Grover, L.L.P. ​InfoINFO
Vacant Texas Association of Rural Schools Executive Director; Search by: The Texas Association of Rural Schools (TARS) Executive Committee InfoINFO
Vacant Plainview ISD; Search by: Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Vacant Caddo Mills ISD; Search by: Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Vacant West Sabine ISD; Search by: West Sabine ISD School Board InfoINFO
Vacant Anna ISD Principal; Search by: Arrow Educational Services, Inc. InfoINFO
Vacant Victoria ISD; Search by JG Consulting InfoINFO
Lone Finalist Midway ISD; Randel Beaver; Retired superintendent from Archer City ISD; Search By: Region 9 ESC infoINFO
Lone Finalist Port Neches-Groves ISD; Dr. Mike Gonzales; Elementary Principal of Beaumont ISD; Search By: Port Neches-Groves ISD and Interim Superintendent, Dr. Jimmy Creel INFO
Lone Finalist Red Lick ISD;  Brandon Dennard; Assistant Superintendent of North Lamar ISD; Search By Red Lick ISD School BoardINFO
Lone Finalist Valley Mills ISD ; Mike Kelly; Middle School Principal of China Spring ISD; Search By: Valley Mills ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Lone Finalist Tarkington ISD ; Dr. Marc Keith; Assistant Superintendent of Port Neches- Groves ISD; Search By: Tarkington ISD Board of Trustees InfoINFO
Lone Finalist North Lamar ISD; Dr. Jason Adams; Superintendent in Kerens ISD; Search By: Education Solutions and Services with Letha Hopkins and Randy HancockINFO
Lone Finalist Lorenzo ISD; Kayla Morrison; Former Asst. Superintendent of Roosevelt ISD; Search By Region 17 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Olton ISD; Kevin McCasland; Principal of Seminole ISD; Search by Region 17 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Seymour ISD; Search by: Region 9 ESC and  Seymour ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Lone Finalist La Vernia ISD - Trent Lovette, Chief of Governance, Policy & Program Evaluation,Crowley ISD; Search By: Walsh Gallegos & Education Consultant Gary PattersonINFO
New Super Teague ISD; Chris Skinner; Principal of Teague ISD; Search By: TASB Executive Search Services InfoINFO
New Super Venus ISD ; James Hopper, Superintendent of Anahuac ISD; Search By: TASB Executive Search Services INFO
New Super Bushland ISD; Chris Wigington, Superintendent of Big Spring ISD; Search By: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
New Super Comfort ISD; Tanya Monroe; Superintendent of Brownfield ISD; Search By: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
New Super Groesbeck ISD; James Cowley; Superintendent of Calhoun County ISD; Search By TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
New Super Huntsville ISD; Scott Sheppard; Assistant Superintendent School Administration Secondary Principals of Cypress-Fairbanks ISD; Search By: DRV Education Search Services infoINFO
New Super City View ISD; Tony Bushong; Principal at Klondike ISD; Search By: Region 9 ESC InfoINFO
New Super Cedar Hill ISD; Billy Snow; Chief of Transformation and Innovation of Dallas ISD; Search By: TASB Executive Search Services INFO
New Super Paradise ISD ; Dr. Paul Uttley; Superintendent of Vega ISD: Search by Paradise ISD School Board and Robert Criswell INFO

More threats made against College Station School District

February 2208:25 AM
 

An email sent to parents Wednesday by College Station Superintendent Clark Ealy noted two more social media threats have been made against College Station high schools. Ealy wrote that a threat had been made against A&M Consolidated High School and another had been made against College Station High School this week. In both incidents, police have identified those who made the threats and have taken action. Police have assured district staff that College Station schools are safe, Ealy wrote in the email. view article  arw

Aledo ISD to hire more SROs for campus protection

February 2208:25 AM
 

In the wake of the shooting that left 17 people dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., Aledo ISD Superintendent Derek Citty asked for the community’s help in protecting its students and staff from a similar incident. “We encourage you, particularly the students, to let us know if you have concerns about someone’s stability or the intent they may have expressed about committing some act of violence,” he said at a Tuesday night school board meeting. “We want that to never darken our doors in this community. Every school district and superintendent in the United States wants the same thing. Let’s partner to keep everyone as safe as we possibly can.” view article  arw

Silsbee: SE Texas schools plan for active shooter situations

February 2208:25 AM
 

Less than a week after a 19-year-old shot and killed 17 of his classmates at a Florida high school, Silsbee ISD teachers watched a video of a mock school shooting play out on a screen in their auditorium. The district decided last week to spend part of Monday's staff workday on a two-hour active shooter training session, discussing their emergency plans and watching training videos. view article  arw

Marshall ISD delays sale of junior high, elementary schools

February 2208:25 AM
 

The Marshall ISD Board of Trustees took no action Tuesday on cash offers for the district's old junior high school building, citing advisement from their attorney to gather more information about the bidders. "We didn't take any action last night on accepting a bid for the old junior high school," Marshall ISD Superintendent Jerry Gibson said on Tuesday. view article  arw

Spring ISD: Walk out of class, you could get in-school suspension

February 2208:21 AM
 

The Spring Independent School District told students Wednesday that it’s normal policy toward walking out of class will apply to those students who choose to participate in a national walkout for the Parkland, Florida school shooting view article  arw

Needville ISD not allowing student demonstrations amid national call for walk outs

February 2208:21 AM
 

With events planned encouraging students, teachers, parents and administrators to walk out in protest of gun violence in schools, one Houston-area school district says students will not be allowed to participate on its campuses. view article  arw

Needville ISD threatens to suspend students who join walkouts

February 2208:21 AM
 

Students in Needville ISD who join demonstrations following the Parkland school shooting will be suspended, according to the superintendent. In a statement posted on Facebook, Superintendent Curtis Rhodes said the students will be suspended for three days: view article  arw

Hutto ISD School Board names new elementary

February 2208:15 AM
 

The Hutto ISD Board of Trustees selected Benjamin “Doc” Kerley Elementary School as the name for the district’s seventh elementary school, which is scheduled to open fall of 2019. The Board unanimously approved the name following open discussion during its monthly board meeting Thursday, Feb. 8. view article  arw

Former Dallas ISD innovation chief to run national effort on low-income housing

February 2208:15 AM
 

One of Dallas' leading voices on housing policy is leaving the nonprofit he started to run a campaign aimed at addressing low-income housing needs in America. Mike Koprowski, executive director of housing think tank Opportunity Dallas, is resigning from his post to become the national director of a new multisector housing campaign at the National Low Income Housing Coalition, a national nonprofit headquartered in Washington, D.C. "Mike's opportunity to lead this national campaign is in large part due to his leadership and the success Opportunity Dallas has had over the last year," a statement from Opportunity Dallas read. "While Mike's passion and intelligence will be missed, he leaves Opportunity Dallas in good hands." view article  arw

Tuberculosis case reported at Boerne ISD school

February 2208:15 AM
 

Officials with the Boerne Independent School District announced today that an individual at Boerne Middle School South was diagnosed with Tuberculosis. view article  arw

Tuberculosis case reported at Boerne ISD school

February 2208:15 AM
 

Officials with the Boerne Independent School District announced today that an individual at Boerne Middle School South was diagnosed with Tuberculosis. The district did not say whether it was a student, teacher, or another staff member who had contracted the lung disease. They did say the individual was currently "under medical care and supervision" in an open letter sent to parents Wednesday. view article  arw

Polk County Sheriff’s Office confirms IDs of 2 arrested for threats to Big Sandy ISD

February 2208:15 AM
 

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed the names of the two young men who were arrested in connection with making potential terroristic threats toward the Big Sandy Dallardsville independent school district.  One of the suspects allegedly said he was going to come to Big Sandy High School the next day and shoot it up if the basketball team lost its game Tuesday night.  Chief Deputy Byron Lyons with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office said that Isaiah Adam Thompson, 18, and Aaron Thompson, 17, were each charged with terroristic threat. view article  arw

Little Elm ISD hires executive director for construction and operations

February 2208:15 AM
 

Little Elm ISD recently announced changes to its personnel, including the addition of a director who brings more than 30 years’ experience to the district. Rick Martin was named the executive director for construction and operations for Little Elm ISD. Martin spent the last five and a half years with Dallas ISD as a project manager and with bond construction services. During his time at DISD, he was responsible for overseeing 80 or more construction projects that included new schools and additions to existing schools. Recently, he was part of the innovation and transformation team that developed DISD’s CityLab High School, a five-story transformation campus in Downtown Dallas. view article  arw

Police: 14-year-old girl was behind Belton ISD threat; case forwarded to DA

February 2208:15 AM
 

A 14-year-old female student, who said she made the post as a joke, was behind the message suggesting she would shoot up North Belton Middle School, according to an update from Temple Police. The Temple Police Department said it had completed a felony criminal investigation into her actions and forwarded the findings to the Bell County District Attorney's Office. Belton ISD officials have been handling the administrative portion of the investigation, and any school-related punishment would be at their discretion.  view article  arw

Pasadena ISD reinstates student after accusing her of being under the influence

February 2208:15 AM
 

A Pasadena ISD student, who was suspended for allegedly using drugs after she fainted in class, returned to school. Jazmin Garcia, 15, was suspended in January from Pasadena Memorial High School for being under the influence of an unidentified substance. view article  arw

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What a district puts in a prior written notice is increasingly becoming an issue raised by parent attorneys and advocates in ARD meetings, TEA complaints, and due process hearings. Come learn how to write a prior written notice that both helps explain the ARD committee's decision-making process and provides a basis for future legal defense, if needed. This training provides real-world examples and language you and your staff can immediately begin to use as they navigate the increasingly complicated world of special education.

 

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Teacher sues Austin ISD, claims mold in classroom made her sick

February 2208:15 AM
 

 A teacher filed a lawsuit against Austin Independent School District Tuesday, saying she wants to continue teaching at the district, but fears that teaching at the same school will worsen her health problems caused by mold. The lawsuit refers to the teacher as “Jane Doe.” Her attorney Terry Gorman said she does not want to be identified for medical privacy. Gorman explained that she had been a teacher at Travis Heights Elementary “for several years.” view article  arw

Prosper teacher fired after off-duty officer reports catching him in lewd act at Taco Bell

February 2208:15 AM
 

Patrick Brian Kennedy, 43, a broadcast journalism teacher at Prosper High School, was arrested Monday, jail records show. He bonded out of the Collin County jail Tuesday. view article  arw

Carthage ISD approves $67K bid to replace gym flooring

February 2208:15 AM
 

Work to replace the flooring at the boys' gym at Baker Koonce Intermediate School will resume after Carthage ISD trustees unanimously approved a new bid of $67,000. The floor replacement was halted over the Christmas break when contractors with Vector Concepts discovered a moisture problem. view article  arw

Judson ISD principal arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, unlawful possession of weapon

February 2208:15 AM
 

The principal of Judson Early College Academy was arrested earlier this month on suspicion of drunk driving and unlawfully carrying a weapon, according to online jail records. Michael Sean McFalls, 58, was arrested on the charges Feb. 10 and booked into the Comal County Jail. He posted a $5,000 bond and was released shortly thereafter. view article  arw

Former Floydada H.S. student arrested, charged with making terroristic threats to school

February 2208:15 AM
 

According to the Floydada Police Department, 18-year-old Noah Sarabia was arrested and charged with terroristic threat after threatening to shoot up the high school. The police department was notified today by the Floydada H.S. staff of the threats. view article  arw

Carthage ISD approves $67K bid to replace gym flooring

February 2208:15 AM
 

Work to replace the flooring at the boys' gym at Baker Koonce Intermediate School will resume after Carthage ISD trustees unanimously approved a new bid of $67,000. The floor replacement was halted over the Christmas break when contractors with Vector Concepts discovered a moisture problem. view article  arw

Judson ISD principal arrested on suspicion of DWI, unlawfully carrying weapon

February 2208:15 AM
 

SAN ANTONIO - A principal with the Judson Independent School District has been placed on administrative leave after he was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.  Michael McFalls, the principal of the Judson Early College Academy, was arrested shortly before 11 p.m. on Feb. 10, according to the New Braunfels Police Department. view article  arw

Former Donna ISD teacher, 47, accused of online solicitation of a minor

February 2208:10 AM
 

A Donna Independent School District teacher has resigned after being accused of soliciting sex from an undercover agent posing as a minor. Fidel Castillo Jr., 47, of Donna was charged with online solicit of a minor sexual conduct, a second-degree felony, on Saturday. Castillo, a teacher at Donna Independent School District, submitted his resignation on Monday, said Sandra Quintanilla, a spokeswoman for the district. view article  arw

Parents, students voice concern over rusted Galveston ISD buses

February 2208:10 AM
 

At first glance, it appears to be a school bus that's seen its fair share of better days. But an even closer look is disturbing for some parents and students in Galveston ISD who said the visible rust is enough to be alarmed. Doesn't look very safe to me. My kids don't take the bus, not very often. But they do go on school events. Yeah, I'd like them to be a lot safer," Phil Morisset said. view article  arw

Governor Abbott Orders Immediate Action To Address The Safety Of Texas Schools

February 2207:52 AM
 

Governor Greg Abbott today sent a letter to Texas Education Agency (TEA) Commissioner Mike Morath ordering immediate action to ensure the safety of children in Texas schools following the tragedy that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last week. In the letter, Governor Abbott outlines a number of steps to be taken by state education leaders to help respond to and prevent such tragedies.  view article  arw

Safety message from Floresville ISD

February 2207:45 AM
 

Floresville Independent School District (FISD) parents and community, After the recent school shooting in Florida, I know that you may be concerned about the safety of your children while they are at school. I want to reassure you that safety and security has been and continues to be a priority at FISD. Our staff is my family and your children are our children; we work every day to provide a safe and secure environment for both. This week, the District Leadership Team met and discussed the importance of reminding staff to be vigilant — keeping our eyes and our ears open at all times, checking to ensure doors and entrances are secure, ensuring visitors have passes and reporting anything out of the ordinary. I want to share with you some of the things the district has in place to make sure your children are safe at our campuses. view article  arw

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott calls for better background checks after Florida shooting

February 2207:45 AM
 

In his first public comments since last week's Florida school shooting, Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday called for fixing the federal background check database for gun buyers and identifying mental health issues that could lead to gun violence. “It’s clear that the status quo is unacceptable, and everybody in every state must take action,” Abbott told reporters in Austin after voting early in the GOP primary. view article  arw

Consequences of posting and sharing threatening messages

February 2207:45 AM
 

El Paso police are urging the public that posting and sharing messages about school threats is not a joke. Police spokesman Sgt. Robert Gomez said the department is aware of 13 different threats made to area schools, 11 of those were circulating on social media. Since the deadly shooting in Parkland, Florida on Feb. 14, police spokesman Sgt. Enrique Carrillo said the department has made four arrests related to threats. He would not say if those arrested were students, and would not say what they're charged with.  view article  arw

Alvin ISD selected to receive Caudill Award

February 2207:45 AM
 

Alvin ISD is one of four districts that have been selected to receive the Caudill Award, the highest honor in the annual Exhibit of School Architecture competition facilitated by the Texas Association of School Administrators and Texas Association of School Boards for projects that exemplify excellence in planning and design of the learning environment. The architectural projects were on display in the exhibit hall, and the winners was recognized during the 2018 TASA Midwinter Conference in Austin from Jan. 28-31.  view article  arw

Brownsville ISD Asks for Students’ Input Over School Safety Measures

February 2207:45 AM
 

The Brownsville Independent School District is taking a new approach to how they react to mass school shootings. BISD Superintendent Esperanza Zendejas met with dozens of high school students to get their input. She asked them what needs to be done so they can feel safe at school. One suggestion from students included using I.D. badges that must be scanned whenever a student leaves or enters a building. view article  arw

Navarro ISD touts success of new class

February 2207:45 AM
 

After high school and college, most students are left with the question ‘Well, now what?” Many don’t know the next step in their lives or what it takes to balance a budget or afford car insurance or rent. This school year the faculty at Navarro ISD hopes to change that with a course called Success 101, which was introduced in the fall to the freshmen at Navarro High School. view article  arw

Alamo Heights: New curriculum focuses on ‘digital citizenship’ to help students stay safe online

February 2207:45 AM
 

Alamo Heights Independent School District has adjusted their curriculum to help students stay digitally responsible and safe while online. "We think it's important to start at a really young age," said Sandra Shelton, Director of Technology at Alamo Heights ISD. "We want students to understand how to use the devices before they even get a hold of them." view article  arw

Round Rock ISD refreshing strategic plan, mulling future bond election

February 2207:45 AM
 

With the possibility of a bond election in the next year, the Round Rock school district is taking steps to revamp its strategic plan. The district held three meetings in February with parents, educators and community members to review the district’s current mission, vision statements and make recommended changes to the strategic plan, which provides a roadmap for developing programs and facilities over five to 10 years. view article  arw

WESTLAWN ELEMENTARY AWARDED FOR LEARNING PROGRAM

February 2207:45 AM
 

Westlawn Elementary School has been awarded the Outstanding Campus Professional Learning Program Award from Learning Forward Texas. It happened.during the recent Texas Association of School Administrators Mid-Winter Conference in Austin, TX. The award is presented to one campus per year based upon their efforts to focus on campus professional learning programs which are results-driven and designed to impact student achievement.  The school’s efforts will be highlighted during the Learning Forward Texas Annual Conference in June. view article  arw

Lamar CISD Superintendent Thomas Randle named to statewide P-TECH advisory council

February 2207:45 AM
 

On Tuesday, Feb. 13, Texas House Speaker Joe Straus appointed Lamar CISD Superintendent Dr. Thomas Randle to the P-TECH Advisory Council. Under the program, which the Legislature created last year, public school districts and open-enrollment charter schools will be able to apply for the P-TECH designation. P-TECH high schools will offer an open-enrollment program that gives students the opportunity to combine high school and post-secondary courses, as well as internships, apprenticeships or other job training programs. Within six years, students in a P-TECH school will be able to earn a high school diploma, an associate degree or other certificate or industry certification. The students will also complete job training. view article  arw