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Vacant Texas Rural Education Association ; Search by: TREA and Education Solutions and Services adINFO
Vacant Nursery ISD; Search by: Nursery ISD Board of Trustees, assisted by Chris UlcakINFO
Vacant Leander ISD; Search by: Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Vacant Brownsboro ISD; Search by: Brownsboro ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
Vacant Danbury ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Kermit ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Quanah ISD; Search By: Education Solutions and Services adINFO
Vacant Dripping Springs ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Irion County ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Chireno ISD; Search by: Largent Consulting LLC adINFO
Vacant Karnes City ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Peaster ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass adINFO
Vacant Bullard ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Pewitt CISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Terrell ISD; Search by: Terrell ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
Vacant Boyd ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass adINFO
Vacant Belton ISD; Search by: Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Vacant Harlandale ISD; Search by: Sanchez & Wilson, PLLC adINFO
Vacant Brady ISD; Search by : Region 15 ESC adINFO
Vacant Mineola ISD; Search by: Mineola ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
Vacant Clarendon ISD; Search by: Clarendon ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
Vacant White Oak ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Devine ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C.INFO
Vacant Agua Dulce ISD; Search by: Region 2 ESC adINFO
Lone Finalist Canton ISD - Dr. Brian Nichols , Superintendent ,New Summersfield ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
Lone Finalist Schulenburg ISD - Duane Limbaugh, Superintendent,Brady ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
Lone Finalist Boles ISD - Ms. Mikayle Goss, Director,Hunt County Co-op; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
Lone Finalist Douglass ISD - Justin Keeling , High School Principal,Woden ISD ; Search by: Arrow Educational Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Crystal City ISD - Edward Churchill, Director of Student Services ​,Mercedes ISD ; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Trevino Russo & Kyle P.C.INFO
Lone Finalist Channing ISD - Michael Stevens, Principal of 7-12 Grade,Electra ISD; Search by: Region 16 ESC adINFO
Lone Finalist Bartlett ISD  - Theodore" Teddy" Clevenger, High School Principal,Teague ISD ; Search by: Bartlett ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
Lone Finalist Chico ISD  - Scott Higgins, Superintendent,D'Hanis ISD ; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Waxahachie ISD - Dr. Bonny Cain, Interim Superintendent,Waxahachie ISD; Search By: Ray and Associates adINFO
Lone Finalist Seminole ISD - Kyle Lynch, Superintendent,Canadian ISD; Search by: Region 17 ESC adINFO
Lone Finalist Whiteface CISD - Nate Wheeler, Assistant Superintendent,Plains ISD; Search by: Region 17 ESC adINFO
Lone Finalist Harleton ISD - Brian Gray, Superintendent,Irion County ISD; Search by: Harleton ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
Lone Finalist Eagle Pass ISD  - Samuel Mijares, Deputy Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction,Eagle Pass ISD; Search by: Escamilla & Poneck LLP adINFO
Lone Finalist Bloomington ISD  - Mark Anglin, Superintendent,Broaddus ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Academy ISD - William "Billy" Harlan, Chief Administrative Officer,Corsicana ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Waco ISD - Susan Kincannon, Superintendent,Belton ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Red Oak ISD - Brenda Sanford, Director of Curriculum, Accountability, and Assessment,Canton ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Trevino Russo & Kyle P.C. and Education Consultant Dr. Ann DixonINFO
Lone Finalist Decatur ISD - Dr. Joseph Coburn, Chief Schools Officer,​Lewisville ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C. and Education Consultant Brett SpringstonINFO
New Super Flour Bluff ISD - Dr. David Freeman , Superintendent ,London ISD; Search By: Joe Kelley, Flour Bluff ISD Interim Superintendent of SchoolsINFO
New Super Ennis ISD - Jay Tullos, Superintendent ,Canton ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services adINFO
New Super Edgewood ISD  - Kristin Prater , Director of Student Services ,Edgewood ISD ; Search by: Arrow Education Services IncINFO
New Super Riesel ISD - Brandon Cope , High School Principal ,Riesel ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services adINFO
New Super Oakwood ISD - Russell Holden, High School Principal,Cayuga ISD; Search by: Dr. Donny Lee adINFO
New Super Gonzales ISD - John Schumacher, Superintendent,Mason ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super San Diego ISD - Rodrigo Pena, Director of Instructional Implementation,San Benito CISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Mercedes ISD - Carolyn Mendiola, Assistant Superintendent,Sharyland ISD ; Search by: Waterford School Services adINFO
New Super Corrigan- Camden ISD - Richard Cooper , High School Principal ,Groesbeck ISD; Search by: DRV Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Hardin-Jefferson ISD  - Brad McEachern , Superintendent ,Warren ISD ; Search by: Region 5 ESC adINFO
New Super Woodville ISD - Lisa Meysembourg , Superintendent,Schulenburg ISD; Search by: Region 5 ESC adINFO
New Super Abernathy ISD - Aaron Waldrip, Superintendent,​Wellman-Union ISD ; Search by: Region 17 ESC adINFO
New Super Warren ISD  - Tammy Boyette, Assistant Superintendent,Stafford MISD; Search by: Region 5 ESC adINFO
New Super Brownsville ISD - Rene Gutierrez , Superintendent,Edinburg ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Central ISD - Justin Risner, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum/ Special Programs Director,Central ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Bellville ISD  - Dr. Nicole Peoenitzsch, Assistant Superintendent of Learning and Innovation,Dripping Springs ISD; Search by: DRV Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Crandall ISD - Dr. Wendy Eldredge, Deputy Superintendent,Garland ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass adINFO
New Super TAMS Executive Director  - Dr. Greg Gibson, Superintendent,Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services INFO
New Super Richard Milburn Academy - Amard Anderson, Interim Superintendent,Richard Milburn Academy; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super La Joya ISD  - Dr. Gisela Saenz , Interim Superintendent,La Joya ISD; Search by: O’Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo and Jaime Munoz adINFO
New Super Lovejoy ISD - Dr. Michael Goddard, Superintendent,Red Oak ISD; Search by: JG Consulting INFO
New Super Monte Alto ISD - Dr. Rosalinda Cobarrubias; Search by: O'Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo adINFO
New Super Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD - Dr. Jorge Luis Arredondo, Area Superintendent,Houston ISD; Search by: O’Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo adINFO

The False Alarms That Get Kids Arrested

October 2208:30 AM

On August 15, Keegan Jarrett was sitting in the back seat of his friend’s car, feeling excited about an outfit he was planning to wear to school the next day. So he posted a selfie to Snapchat with the caption “You arent even prepared for tomorrow” followed by a smiling emoji with sunglasses. Within an hour, Jarrett says, friends started texting him to warn that people might take his post the wrong way and think he was threatening to do something to the school. view article  arw

Wichita Falls ISD superintendent presents options for ‘22nd Century’ schools

October 2208:30 AM

Wichita Falls ISD Superintendent Michael Kuhrt encouraged trustees to think outside the box of a traditional classroom during a school board meeting Monday night. Kuhrt gave a presentation on different types of classrooms, common areas and teacher work spaces for board members to mull over as they lay plans to modernize school facilities. "I think we’re building schools for the 22nd Century because we keep them that long," he said. “So I think they have to be different and have a different type of flexibility.” view article  arw

Homes evacuated, Garrison ISD on lockdown after chemical spill

October 2208:30 AM

Emergency crews have responded to a chemical spill Monday morning, according to the Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s office. According to officials, the crash is located on US 59 just south of Garrison that resulted in a spill requiring crews to respond for an emergency cleanup. view article  arw

Round Rock ISD is one of two school districts in Texas with certified dyslexia trainer

October 2208:30 AM

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month, and Round Rock ISD is making big strides to help their students with the learning disability. According to Kimberly Berry-Corie, director of dyslexia support services at Round Rock ISD, the district is now one of two districts in the Lone Star State with an in-house, Wilson Credentialed Trainer who provides teachers with local access to training. view article  arw

Raymondville ISD: Student makes threat involving a gun at Myra Green Middle School

October 2208:25 AM

The Raymondville Independent School District is reporting that a student made a threat involving the use of a gun on Monday. According to a post by Raymondville I.S.D., the threat was made by a student at Myra Green Middle School. The district said that students reported the threat to the principal, who then removed the student from class and notified authorities. view article  arw

Sinton ISD receives threat

October 2208:25 AM

Several law enforcement agencies are responding to a known threat against Sinton ISD schools this morning. Sinton Police Department, as well as the San Patricio County Sheriff's Office and the Department of Public Safety are in Sinton this morning after the district received a threat through Snapchat. view article  arw

17-year-old Klein ISD student dies after falling off hood of car, HCSO says

October 2208:25 AM

A 17-year-old male Klein Oak High School student, who fell off the hood of car, died on Friday morning following a crash on Thursday afternoon. This happened around 3 p.m. on Hildebrandt Intermediate School property in northwest Harris County. view article  arw

Leander ISD apologizes, promises to address issues caused by bus driver shortage

October 2208:25 AM

The Leander Independent School District recently issued an apology to families because of problems caused by a shortage of bus drivers. However, in a letter sent out Oct. 16, the district discussed how it’s addressing these issues. The letter stated, “We know that a shortage of bus drivers, logistical issues and higher-than-expected enrollment presents challenges to our families and our transportation department.” view article  arw

Wimberley ISD board member sparks controversy after gay pride post

October 2208:25 AM

Monday, dozens of community members packed Wimberley ISD's board meeting for a chance to voice their opinions on recent controversy. Last month, board member Lori Olson made a Facebook post supporting the town's first gay pride parade. Olson attached picture of herself wearing a t-shirt with the pride flag as the backdrop of the Wimberley High School logo. view article  arw

Greenville ISD taking population growth into consideration

October 2208:25 AM

For the last three years, there has been an average of 83 new home sales in Greenville. While the growth is encouraging, Greenville Independent School District officials say that much of that increase has been concentrated in the southeast part of town, which is expected to put Bowie Elementary and Greenville Middle School over capacity by the beginning of the next school year. By the 2023-24 school year, Bowie is projected to peak at nearly 10 percent over capacity. Meanwhile, Greenville Middle School, being the only middle school in town, is expected to have an enrollment that’s about 13 percent over capacity by 2028-29. view article  arw

Wichita Falls ISD looks to innovate learning for high school students

October 2208:25 AM

Modernizing Wichita Falls ISD isn't just about bricks and mortar. The district is seeking a grant of about $300,000 for blended learning at the high school level, as well as taking part in a national group on innovative secondary school redesign from several aspects, WFISD Superintendent Michael Kuhrt said.  "We’re going to change faster now than we’ve ever changed before," Kuhrt said after a recent school board meeting.  view article  arw

Riojas Elementary in Pflugerville gets visit from Texas Land Commissioner

October 2208:25 AM

Some Riojas Elementary School students got their Texas history lesson from a special guest on Monday.  view article  arw

Nationwide survey shows students becoming more aware of campus sexual misconduct resources

October 2208:25 AM

The University did not participate in this year’s Association of American Universities’ sexual misconduct survey, and officials cite the UT System’s own study in 2017 as the reason why. The 2019 Association of American Universities Campus Climate Survey is a follow-up to the 2015 Campus Climate Survey and found that nonconsensual sexual contact rates and knowledge of school resources have increased on college campuses. The University participated in 2015 alongside Texas A&M but was one of few who did not participate this year. Melanie Susswein, Institute on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault director of marketing and communications at the Steve Hicks School of Social Work, said the UT System preferred conducting their own study because they could control how it was conducted and get specific information on UT schools. view article  arw

Alaska: Anchorage high school finding success with no-phone policy

October 2208:25 AM

An Anchorage high school has adopted a no-cellphone policy to reduce distractions caused by the electronic devices. The Anchorage Daily News reported Sunday that the 67 students at Lumen Christi are required to leave phones in designated shelves or plastic pockets in their homerooms. Officials say students at the private, Catholic school still have access to laptops and tablets. view article  arw

High school girls develop tech to scan social media for threats

October 2208:25 AM

Dozens of Colorado female high school students gathered at Maxar Technologies for an event to encourage them to further their interests and capabilities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The keynote speaker at the American Heart Association's "Bring Stem To Life" event was 18-year-old Sherya Nallapati, a student who is working on a technology that scans social media profiles for potential mass shooting threats. Nallapati said her technology, which she dubbed "#NeverAgainTech," will one day scan public social media pages to look for potential concerns for mass shootings. By using historical analysis of perpetrators of the past, the technology would use an algorithm to search for key words, use of firearms and other items. She said the technology would eventually rate an online user as a possible threat, or not, which could help law enforcement gain intelligence on those individuals. view article  arw

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Ohio: Parts of county to be tested for radiological contaminants

October 2208:25 AM

A private company will test schools and homes near a former uranium enrichment plant in Ohio for radiological contaminants after trace amounts of enriched uranium were found at a nearby middle school over the summer. Pike County officials say North Canton-based Solutient Technologies will test schools, public and private properties and state waters in the Piketon area within a six-mile (10-kilometer) radius from the center of the former Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant. view article  arw

Tuesday hearing set on Clear Creek ISD school start times

October 2208:25 AM

Clear Creek ISD School Start Time Committee will make a final recommendation to the school board next month on a potential change to school start and finish schedules. Before it is put forth, however, the committee is asking the public to weigh in during an open forum set for Tuesday, Oct. 22 from 6-7 p.m. The meeting will take place at the CCISD Learner Support Center at 2903 Falcon Pass. The School Start Time Committee, a 35-member group of parents, teachers, high school juniors and medical professionals, will present two scheduling options at the public hearing. The first proposal is to retain the district’s current start and finish times, which are 7:55 a.m. until 3:15 p.m. for elementary campuses; 8:40 a.m. until 4 p.m. for intermediate schools, and 7:10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. at the high school level. The second represents a change to the current schedule, with elementary schools running from 8:15 a.m. until 3:35 p.m.; intermediate campuses being open from 9 a.m. until 4:20 p.m., and high schools clocking in from 7:30 a.m. until 2:50 p.m. view article  arw

Northside and North East ISD leaders say tighter food stamp requirements would hurt school lunch programs

October 2208:25 AM

The superintendents of Bexar County’s two largest school districts joined nationwide criticism of a U.S. Department of Agriculture proposal to tighten eligibility for food stamps because it also would shrink the number of students who can get free school meals. Both sent letters to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue even before the department released a report last week that the rule change would require almost a million school children to reapply for the benefit nationwide. More than half would need to pay a reduced fee for lunch, the study estimated. view article  arw

Organization offers up funding for unique instruction at Navarro ISD

October 2208:25 AM

Tears and cheers erupted from the Navarro Intermediate School campus as a small group of visitors popped into classrooms, bringing with them loads of surprises. The Navarro Education Foundation surprise patrols hit all four of the Navarro ISD’s campuses handing out grants to help enhance student learning across the district. view article  arw

Police detain Tascosa High School student, another suspect for weapon on campus

October 2208:25 AM

Amarillo ISD said the Amarillo Police Department detained a Tasosa High School student and another person for having a weapon on campus. In a statement from Amarillo ISD, the two met after school in the south parking lot across the street from the school. view article  arw

Bosqueville 5th-grader run over in homecoming parade is recovering

October 2208:25 AM

A fifth-grade Bosqueville Independent School District student who fell off a homecoming float and was run over Friday afternoon successfully underwent surgery for her injuries over the weekend, Superintendent James Skeeler said Monday. The student, whose name has not been released, was flown to McLane Children’s Hospital in Temple with serious injuries on Friday, according to officials. Waco police responded to the incident, which happened around 2 p.m. in the 100 block of Creek Ridge Drive. view article  arw

Ector County: Superintendent Kicks off Red Ribbon Week

October 2208:25 AM

Kicking off Red Ribbon Week, Ector County ISD Superintendent Scott Muri told a story of the importance of making good choices and looking to the future. Muri was a junior in high school and they had won an away football game against a rival high school. After winning the game, they decided to go back to their hometown and ended up at one of their friends’ houses to spend the night. There were about 15 or 20 of them, he said. view article  arw

Bryan school board to expand student-teaching partnership with Texas A&M

October 2208:25 AM

The Bryan school board agreed Monday to support efforts to expand a student-teaching partnership with Texas A&M students The board members unanimously approved a letter of support that would continue the Texas A&M Grow Your Own grant. If the grant is approved, the aggieTERM program would expand to allow 21 senior student teachers to enroll in the teaching residency program. AggieTERM gives Texas A&M pre-services teachers a clinical residency, which means a full year of student teaching instead of the typical semester. view article  arw

Pennsylvania: Student Hacked Into Downingtown Area School District System To Gain Competitive Advantage In Water Gun Fight, Officials Say

October 2208:25 AM

A student prank went too far after personal information belonging to dozens of students was hacked. The data breach was first detected at the Downingtown Area School District last week. District officials say it was a student who hacked the system. They say the breach is now contained and students’ information was not manipulated in any way. view article  arw

2 Dallas ISD Schools Likely a ‘Total Loss’ After Sunday Storms, Jefferson HS Done at Least Through End of School Year

October 2208:21 AM

The Dallas Independent School District says classes at 12 of its campuses will remain canceled Tuesday after Sunday's tornado outbreak. On Monday, Superintendent Michael Hinojosa said two of those campuses — Walnut Hill Elementary School and Cary Middle School — are a total loss and will need to be rebuilt. view article  arw

Voters to decide whether to allow Broaddus ISD to purchase attendance credits from state

October 2208:17 AM

A very important issue will be presented to taxpayers in Broaddus in November considering whether voters will approve Broaddus Independent School District purchasing enrollment credits from the state of Texas. Broaddus ISD recently fell into Chapter 49, also known as the Robin Hood program. The program was launched in 1993 to take funding from school districts with higher property values within their boundaries and give it to poorer school districts which can’t raise much money, according to the Texas Education Agency. view article  arw

New K9 on the job at Waco ISD

October 2208:15 AM

There is a new member of the Waco ISD Police Department, but he’s not your typical rookie. Dalton is a Dutch Shepard, born and trained in the Netherlands. After his first few years in Europe, Dalton moved to Louisiana to continue his training. That’s where he met Officer Larry Martinez. view article  arw

Manor students celebrate tradition during Hispanic Heritage Festival

October 2208:15 AM

Students in Manor ISD put final touches on performances and displays Tuesday ahead of the district’s 2nd annual Hispanic Heritage Festival happening Tuesday evening. The cultural celebration follows a month of projects and preparation around the district, from elementary to high school, all focused on tradition. It will feature performances, poetry, art, food and other “We had a lot of people in our community that asked for it. They wanted our culture to be featured very prominently in our district,” said Meredith Roddy, Manor ISD’s multilingual programming director. view article  arw

Mother, grandmother’s grievances denied by Tatum ISD; lawsuit planned

October 2208:14 AM

A Tatum ISD mother and grandmother are planning to take the district to court, after the school board on Monday unanimously denied their grievances about the expulsion of their children over dress code issues. The school board’s attorney, meanwhile, denied Monday that the children have technically been expelled and insisted, instead, that the issues at hand have to do with a grandmother’s manipulation of the Head Start system and a mother enrolling her child in a district in which he doesn’t live. view article  arw

Voters to decide $107 million bond at Dumas ISD

October 2208:13 AM

Early voting for the Nov. 5 election has kicked off in the state of Texas. Voters in the Dumas Independent School District boundary will be deciding on a $107 million bond which would fund a number of upgrades and major changes to its campuses. view article  arw

Home Community Article Sherman ISD holds free cookout for first responders

October 2208:11 AM

Sherman ISD held a cookout Monday to give free lunch to first responders. Sherman ISD Director of Safety and Transportation Brett Counce said this week is Safe Schools Week. Counce said the district wanted to make lunch for first responders to show their appreciation. view article  arw

Niche ranks top school districts in San Antonio for 2020

October 2208:10 AM

The best school district in San Antonio has been determined for the 2020 school year, according to a report released by Niche. The rankings were weighted based on academic grades based on state assessment proficiency, standardized testing and surveys given to students and teachers about the school's culture. Included in the survey results ranked the teachers, culture and diversity, overall experience, health and safety, resources and facilities, clubs and activities and sports. view article  arw

State likely changing test requirements

October 2207:45 AM

If a high school student wants to take a substitute exam in lieu of an end-of-course (EOC) exam, they will likely have to take an EOC first. During a recent work session, Sarah Fitzhugh, Lewisville ISD's director of assessment, updated the School Board on looming changes regarding waivers for EOC's. Fitzhugh said the Texas Education Agency (TEA) submitted a waiver to the U.S. Department of Education about substitute assessments and were told the waiver was not granted. view article  arw

Lee Rebel cheerleaders donate free year of gasoline to custodial staff

October 2207:45 AM

The Lee Rebel Cheerleaders decided to give back to members of their school staff after winning the Kent Kwik Mascot Challenge. According to Midland ISD, the cheerleaders donated their winnings of $1,300 in Kent Kwik gift cards to the school's hardworking custodial staff. view article  arw

Entire Judson Early College senior class accepted by UIW

October 2207:45 AM

For the first time ever, the University of the Incarnate Word will be accepting an entire senior class from one school at the same time. All 101 seniors in the Judson Early College Academy Class of 2020 were accepted by the school.  Heather Flete, a graduating senior told us, "It is so exciting. I can't wait to get to the next chapter of my life. I kind of had my whole life planned out." view article  arw