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Vacant Lexington ISD; Search By: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
Vacant Fairfield ISD; Search by the Fairfield ISD Board of Trustees Info INFO
Vacant Industrial ISD; Search by Industrial ISD Board InfoINFO
Vacant Keller ISD; Search by Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Vacant Gordon ISD; Search By Leasor Crass P.C. info INFO
Vacant Linden-Kildare CISD; Search By Linden-Kildare CISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant San Benito CISD; Search By: JG Consulting - James GuerraINFO
Vacant Hedley CISD; Search By: Region 16 Education Service Center infoINFO
Vacant Waelder ISD; Search By Waelder ISD Board of Trustees infoINFO
Vacant Culberson County- Allamoore ISD; TASB Executive Seach Services infoINFO
Vacant Nocona ISD; Search by:
Region 9 ESC InfoINFO
Vacant Sanger ISD; Search By: ​Walsh Gallegos & Educational Consultant Dr. Ann DixonINFO
Vacant Venus ISD ; Search By: TASB Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Lone Finalist Caldwell ISD - Andrew Peters, Superintendent,Marfa ISD; Search by TASB Executive Search Services INFO
Lone Finalist Allen ISD - Scott Niven, Superintendent,Red Oak ISD; Search by Thompson & Horton, LLPINFO
Lone Finalist Snyder ISD; Dr. Eddie Bland, Former Bridgeport Superintendent; Search by Ronnie Kincaid, ESC 14 InfoINFO
Lone Finalist Claude ISD - Brock Cartwright, Superintendent,Hamlin ISD; Search by the Claude ISD Board of Trustees Info INFO
Lone Finalist Llano ISD; Mac Edward, Former Superintendent of Paradise ISD; Search by Education Solutions and Services InfoINFO
Lone Finalist Lockney ISD - Jim Baum, High School Principal,Iraan-Sheffield ISD; Jim Baum,former High School Principal of ​Iraan-Sheffield ISD; Search by the Lockney ISD Board of Trustees InfoINFO
Lone Finalist Calvert ISD - Lynn Ponder, High School Principal,Dime Box ISD; Lynn Ponder, High School Principal at Dime Box ISD; Search by DRV Search Services InfoINFO
Lone Finalist Hubbard ISD (Hill County); Dr. Wayne Guidry, Executive Director of Operations of West Orange-Cove CISD; Search by the Hubbard ISD Board of Trustees and Interim Super Kerry Hansen Info INFO
Lone Finalist Frost ISD - Mickie Jackson , former elementary principal,Frost ISD; Search By The Board of Trustees of Frost ISD infoINFO
Lone Finalist West Hardin ISD - Dr. James L. Armstrong , Director of Special Programs ,Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD; Search by the Board of Trustees of West Hardin ISD infoINFO
Lone Finalist Johnson City ISD - Richard Kolek, Deputy Superintendent,​Taylor ISD ; Search By EDSAS and Don Rogers and Lance Johnson infoINFO
Lone Finalist Gladewater ISD - Sedric Clark , High School Principal ,Mansfield High School, LA; Search by: Gladewater Board of Trustees infoINFO
Lone Finalist Stockdale ISD - Daniel Fuller, ​Superintendent,Waelder ISD; Stockdale ISD Board of Trustees infoINFO
Lone Finalist Hamlin ISD - Dr. Randy Burks , interim superintendent ,Hamlin ISD; Search By Region 14 ESC & Ronnie Kincaid infoINFO
Lone Finalist Adrian ISD - Steve Reynolds , High School Principal,Meadow ISD; Search By Adrian ISD Board of Trustees and Cox Educational Consulting infoINFO
Lone Finalist Paducah ISD - Gary Waitman , High School Principal,​Petrolia ISD; Search By: Paducah ISD ​Board of Trustees infoINFO
Lone Finalist Shepherd ISD - Rick Hartley , Assistant Superintendent,Waco ISD; Search By Shepherd ISD Board of Trustees and DRV Executive Search Services infoINFO
New Super Hidalgo ISD - Xavier Salinas, Assistant Superintendent for Support Services,Weslaco ISD; Search By:O’Hanlon McCollom & DemerathINFO
New Super Abbott ISD - Eric Pustejovsky​ , current principal,​Abbott ISD; Search by Education Solutions and Services, Inc. InfoINFO
New Super Friendswood ISD; Thad Roher, Deputy Superintendent of Friendswood ISD, Search by TASB Executive Search Services infoINFO
New Super Frisco ISD - Dr. Mike Waldrip , Supperintendent ​,Coppell ISD; Search By Preston Educational Consulting (Assisted by Dr. John Horn)INFO
New Super Harts Bluff ISD - Bobby Rice , Assistant superintendent,Gilmer ISD;  Search by TASB Executive Search Services INFO
New Super Blanco ISD - Clay Rosenbaum, assistant superintendent,​Floresville ISD; Search By TASB Executive Search Services infoINFO
New Super Raymondville ISD - Stetson Roane, Superintendent,Seguin ISD; ; Search by TASB Executive Search Services INFO
New Super Gorman ISD - Mike Winter, Superintendent,Adrian ISD; Search by ESC 14 & Ronnie Kincaid Info INFO
New Super Kirbyville ISD - Tommy Wallis, Former Superintendent,Bryan ISD; Search by ESC 5 InfoINFO
New Super Nacogdoches ISD; Sandra Dowdy, Interim Superintendent of Nacogdoches ISD; Search by Nacogdoches ISD Board of Trustees InfoINFO
New Super McMullen County ISD - Jason Jones, Superintendent,Oglesby ISD; Search By: McMullen County ISD Board of Trustees infoINFO
New Super Sunray ISD - Marshall Harrison, Superintendent,Blooming Grove ISD; Search By Sunray ISD Board of Trustees infoINFO
New Super Morton ISD; Search By Region 17 ESC InfoINFO
New Super Tahoka ISD - Alan Umholtz, Superintendent,Henrietta-Midway ISD; Search by: Tahoka ISD School Board and Region 17 Education Service Center infoINFO
New Super Bridgeport ISD  - Brandon Peavy, Superintendent,Hardin ISD; Search by CCR Educational Consultants Info.INFO
New Super Junction ISD - Mr. Mike Carter , Superintendent,May ISD; Search By ESC Region 15 infoINFO
New Super Decatur ISD - Judi Whitis, Superintendent,Valley Mills ISD; Search by Executive Search Services infoINFO
New Super Lovelady ISD - Wendy Tullos , Asst. Superintendent,​Crockett ISD; Search By Executive Search Services infoINFO
New Super Laredo ISD - Dr. Sylvia G. Rios, Chief Academic Officer,Laredo ISD; Search By:​ Walsh Gallegos & Educational Consultant Dr. Ann DixonINFO
New Super Seguin ISD - Dr. Matthew Gutierrez, Assistant Superintendent,Plano ISD; Search by Executive Search Services infoINFO
New Super Brackett ISD  - Guillermo Mancha, special education compliance specialist/ ​campus administrative support ,Southside ISD​; Search By Executive Search Services infoINFO

Corpus Christi: Local teachers to receive smaller bonus than expected

July 2108:25 AM
 

Despite already putting in hours of extra work, a group of local teachers and staff say they won't be getting a large part of a hard-earned bonus after state changes to a federal grant program. Kostoryz Elementary was awarded a federal grant in 2014 as part of the T-TIPS program to improve the school. Part of that grant included bonuses to be paid to teachers and other school staff for participating in voluntary after-hours training and boosting student performance on tests such as STAAR. view article  arw

South Texas School District Allows Teachers to Hit Students with Paddles

July 2108:24 AM
 

Teachers at Three Rivers Independent School District in South Texas will soon be allowed to hit students with paddles as a measure of punishment. According to the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, the district's trustees voted unanimously Tuesday to allow corporal punishment in the classroom. Parents will have to turn in a permission slip before the start of the school year to allow the school's principal or "campus behavior coordinator" to hit their child. Students will be paddled for even minor infractions like not following rules in the classroom, according to Kens5. view article  arw

Local nutrition director honored as Texas School Nutrition Director of the Year

July 2108:20 AM
 

A local school district’s nutrition director was recognized and honored with the Director of Year Award for the state of Texas Melissa Bryan, Copperas Cove ISD Child Nutrition Director was recognized for the exemplary contributions they have made throughout their school nutrition career. She was recognized at the National School Nutrition Association Conference in Atlanta, according to the school district. view article  arw

San Marcos: Woman named head boys soccer coach, assistant football coach at Texas school

July 2108:20 AM
 

Lisa Mazur hasn’t coached since 2009, when she left after a successful 12-year run as the head girls soccer coach at MacArthur (San Antonio). Now she has gotten back into the profession, perhaps in roles she never dreamed of when she left eight years ago. view article  arw

Comal ISD voters deserved clearer information on use of bond funds

July 2108:20 AM
 

Public trust in a governmental body can evaporate quickly when there is a perceived lack of transparency, intentional or not. The Comal Independent School District is facing a public relations nightmare over the proposed location of a fourth high school in this fast-growing area north of San Antonio. view article  arw

Here’s how Keller’s Timber Creek high became the first ‘Storm Ready’ school in Texas

July 2108:16 AM
 

The abundance of windows and wide open common spaces at Timber Creek High School created an enormous challenge for the school’s safety team when looking for places where students could shelter during tornado warnings and severe weather. “It took us a year to figure that out. We walked every inch of that building,” said Gusti Ratliff, an assistant principal at Timber Creek. Once they plotted a course, Timber Creek earned the distinction of being the first school in the state to be named a “Storm Ready School” by the National Weather Service. view article  arw

Community packs backpacks for Temple ISD students

July 2108:15 AM
 

Twenty four churches in Bell County are teaming up to provide school supplies for Temple Independent School District students.  view article  arw

Spring: Free Immunizations Available to Spring ISD Students Aug. 5

July 2108:15 AM
 

The first day of school for students in the Spring Independent School District will be Thursday, Aug. 17, and students are required by state law to have their immunizations up-to-date before they start school.  view article  arw

Public hearing for Leander ISD budget, tax rate set for Aug. 17

July 2108:15 AM
 

The Leander ISD board of trustees continues to move closer to finalizing its budget and tax rate for the 2017-18 school year. Trustees met Thursday evening and called for a public hearing to be held Aug. 17 for the budget and tax rate. Chief Financial Officer Lucas Janda said the proposed tax rate is $1.51187 per $100 valuation, the current tax rate. view article  arw

Waco ISD Director of Communications, former KXXV anchor takes on new job at Baylor

July 2108:15 AM
 

The Waco ISD Director of Communications has taken a new job. Bruce Gietzen will become Baylor's Director of Student Publications in the Journalism, Public Relations and New Media Department said Lori Fogleman a spokesperson at Baylor.  view article  arw

TX Senate initially passes sunset bills, will return for final vote tonight

July 2108:15 AM
 

 The Texas Senate is fast tracking sunset legislation, paving the way for Governor Greg Abbott to add 19 items to the Special Session Call. Wednesday afternoon Senators voted unanimously to preliminarily pass Senate Bill 20 (SB20) and Senate Bill 60 (SB60). SB20 will keep a handful of Texas Agencies, including the medical board, operating through 2019. Otherwise they will cease to exist on Sept. 1. view article  arw

Hundreds of Tuloso-Midway ISD students head back to school

July 2108:15 AM
 

Wednesday marks the first day of school for students who attend Tuloso-Midway Independent School District. On Wednesday morning, staff members at Tuloso-Midway Primary School directed traffic so the children could arrive to class safely. Several parents and their kids were happy to be at school. view article  arw

Alvin ISD students embrace literacy in novel ways with roving book bus

July 2108:15 AM
 

More than a year ago, Ana Pasarella began mulling over ways to keep students engaged through literacy over the summer, when accessing books can be a hardship for some students. “A lot of kids regress because they don’t read over the summer, so we said, ‘What if we have something mobile that we can take to the kids?’” Pasarella, an Alvin ISD family engagement coordinator, said. view article  arw

Gov. Abbott expands special session after Senate’s midnight action

July 2108:15 AM
 

Voting shortly after midnight, the Texas Senate gave final approval to two “sunset” bills that will allow five state regulatory agencies, including the Texas Medical Board, to continue operating until 2019. After a short wait, Gov. Greg Abbott announced that he had expanded the list of topics available to be considered in the 30-day special session that began Tuesday, including transgender bathrooms, changes to the property tax system, abortion regulations and limits on the regulatory powers of cities. view article  arw

Vaughn named new principal at Belton ISD’s Pirtle Elementary

July 2107:51 AM
 

Becky Vaughn is the new principal of Pirtle Elementary, approved Monday by a unanimous vote at the Belton Independent School District board of trustees meeting. Vaughn moved to BISD from Leander Independent School District last year. Superintendent Susan Kincannon praised her work as an assistant principal at Lakewood Elementary and Chisholm Trail Elementary schools. view article  arw

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Eichelbaum Wardell Hansen Powell & Mehl, P.C.

Title IX Administrator Conference

October 19, 2017

A Title IX Conference specifically designed for K-12 administrators!

Join us for our third annual forum for Title IX coordinators to develop an understanding of their duties and responsibilities, participants will learn about the history of Title IX, surveying their districts for possible issues, and how to handle incidents when they arise. This conference is designed to provide realistic support to school administrators to both protect their students and their districts in matters such as promoting gender equity in athletics, providing an environment free from gender-based harassment, and understanding the rights of pregnant students.   

This conference is appropriate for Title IX Coordinators, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Campus Administrators, Athletic Directors, Coaches, School Board Trustees, and Teachers.

 

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Austin Marriott North

2600 La Frontera Blvd
Round Rock, TX 78681

Room rate - $142/night (through October 6th)

How to make your reservation:

Call (800) 865-0546 and ask for the "Title IX" block of rooms or click here to make your reservation online.

 

Continuing Education

Participants are eligible to receive 5 hours of continuing professional education credits through HRCI, SBEC, and Texas Association of School Business Officials.

 

Registration Fees

$275 - Registration Fee
$200 - Additional Attendee from the Same District

Lunch and materials included. Out-of-state registrations require payment by credit card only.

 

Seminar

October 19, 2017  |  9:00 am-4:00 pm  |  Round Rock, TX

 

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Bullard ISD names new associate, assistant principals

July 2107:50 AM
 

The new associate and assistant principals for Bullard Intermediate, Middle and High Schools were recently named. These new appointments are part of an administration restructuring in order to best serve the students of Bullard ISD. Lori Anderson will be the associate principal of Bullard High School. The Intermediate, Middle and High School Assistant Principals for the 2017-18 school year will be Scott Franks, Helene Cortinas and John Dixon, respectively. view article  arw

Canyon ISD prepares for record-breaking enrollment

July 2107:50 AM
 

The Canyon Independent School District is preparing for the new school year where record-breaking enrollment is expected. Hillside Elementary is just one school in the Canyon Independent School District that is preparing for record-breaking enrollment for the new school year. view article  arw

Here’s what Texans said about the Texas Legislature regulating bathrooms

July 2107:45 AM
 

While a showdown over Texas bathrooms has been years in the making, debate over the issue came to a head this spring during the state's regular legislative session — and is poised to reignite during the special session that started this week. During the regular session, several Republican lawmakers pushed measures that would restrict which bathrooms transgender Texans could use — stirring controversy among advocates, the business community and lawmakers. view article  arw

Program designed to save Borderland students time, money expanding

July 2107:45 AM
 

 A school program designed to save students time and money for college is expanding in El Paso. The International Baccalaureate program, or IB program, is known as the most rigorous for advanced academics offered to students. Paulina Hernandez, a social studies teacher at El Dorado High School, is the school's IB coordinator. view article  arw

Straus doesn’t want to be choice of ‘most extreme’

July 2107:45 AM
 

House Speaker Joe Straus could hardly sound less worried about a cadre of tea-party Republicans who have threatened to mount a rare leadership challenge in the middle of his term. view article  arw

Central Texas lawmakers call for unity, speed on day one of special session

July 2107:45 AM
 

Opening day of the special session of the Texas Legislature on Tuesday was mostly procedural, filled with paperwork, rules, and a reunion of sorts for the legislators, staffers, and Capitol community who haven't seen each other since the 85th legislative session ended on May 31. view article  arw

The Truth About Tax Reform

July 2107:45 AM
 

In the July 5th edition of The Texas Spur, we saw an article coming out of Austin which spotlighted Governor Abbott’s endorsement of certain legislative efforts to REFORM PROPERTY TAXES. view article  arw

Special Session Starts with Fighting Along Party Lines and Protests: Your Roundup

July 2107:45 AM
 

The special session of the Texas Legislature is officially underway, and it kicked off on Tuesday just as one might expect, with more fighting between Republicans and Democrats amid protests at the Capitol. According to the Houston Chronicle, inside the dome Democrats were “grasping at procedural straws” while Republicans continued to be “mired in deep divide.”  view article  arw

Copperas Cove students learn literacy through Ranger Reading camp

July 2107:45 AM
 

The Copperas Cove Independent School District is reaping the benefits of a $5 million Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) 5-year grant that began this year. The money is intended to help boost reading and writing scores among military children, so the district implemented Ranger Reading Camp as part of its larger effort to promote literacy. The district is using 1.5 million of the grant money for the camp -- with the rest going to other programs. view article  arw

Weatherford ISD approves new security measures

July 2107:45 AM
 

New district wide security measures were approved at Weatherford Independent School District’s board of trustees meeting Monday. Card readers and the purchase of updated surveillance cameras will help make the district safer, said WISD superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Hanks. Card systems are more secure than using keys, Hanks said. view article  arw

Kermit ISD students will now see a shorter day on Fridays

July 2107:45 AM
 

Kermit ISD students will now see a shorter day on Fridays after parents vote in favor of it on an online survey. That is according to KISD Superintendent Denise Shetter. view article  arw

Texas needs serious school finance reform, not political rhetoric and unfunded mandates

July 2107:45 AM
 

Some legislative efforts are mere window-dressing while others improve lives. Some are public relations bulletins for politicians while others are carefully crafted efforts to address problems. Some bills are sincere; others are cynical attempts to score points in the arena of public opinion. One of Gov. Greg Abbott's education agenda items for the just-started special session falls squarely in the cynical and ignoble category. Abbott wants a $1,000 pay raise for teachers that won't require state funding.  view article  arw

Silverton ISD breaks ground on $10.4M project

July 2107:37 AM
 

One area community is kicking off a $10.4 million project to improve all of its school campuses. Last May, the community of Silverton approved a multimillion dollar bond to bring in needed improvements to Silverton ISD. Today the school board broke ground on what they expect to be a two-year project. view article  arw

After passing sunset bills in midnight meeting, Senate clear to push rest of special session agenda

July 2107:30 AM
 

The Texas Senate met at midnight Thursday, at the behest of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, to approve the must-pass sunset bills — a prerequisite to debating the rest of the items on the agenda for the special legislative session. Shortly after the Senate gave the sunset bills final approval, Gov. Greg Abbott expanded his call to allow lawmakers to tackle the remaining 19 issues, largely conservative ones that Patrick supports. view article  arw

Corporal punishment to be allowed at Three Rivers ISD

July 2107:30 AM
 

Three Rivers Independent School District trustees adopted a policy to allow corporal punishment in schools. view article  arw

Tips to Improve Your Child’s Math Scores

July 2107:30 AM
 

 At a time when math is becoming an increasingly important subject for students to master, students are exploring ways to better understand the subject of math and improve their test scores. To help students stand out from the pack and increase their math grades and scores, consider the following. view article  arw

Texas Senate gives initial approval to must-pass “sunset” bill

July 2008:40 AM
 

The Texas Senate on Wednesday voted unanimously to give early approval to legislation that would prolong the lifespan of several state agencies that are scheduled to stop operating in September. Senators were scheduled to return to the Capitol after midnight to give the “sunset” legislation final approval, opening the door for Gov. Greg Abbott to add 19 additional items to the special session agenda. view article  arw

Laredo ISD officially names new superintedent

July 2008:40 AM
 

The Laredo Independent School District is no longer without a superintendent. At Tuesday night's board meeting trustees officially named Dr. Sylvia Rios as the new Superintendent of Schools. view article  arw

San Antonio-area superintendents, Chamber oppose ‘bathroom bill’

July 2008:38 AM
 

The San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and 15 San Antonio-area superintendents are opposed to a transgender "bathroom bill" that Gov. Greg Abbott wants passed in the special session of the Texas Legislature."In short, the proposed legislation offered during the 85th Legislature was seeking to solve a problem that does not exist in our schools," according to a letter sent Monday to Texas House Speaker Joe Straus and Bexar County lawmakers. Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, the Senate Committee on Education and the House Committee on Public Education, were sent a copy. "We all want to ensure our children are safe, but more importantly, treated respectfully and with dignity. view article  arw

Port Arthur residents voting on property tax increase for school funding

July 2008:38 AM
 

Property owners in Port Arthur could see an increase in their taxes later this year. If so, school district officials say the money will be used to fund school projects and to increase teacher salaries. view article  arw