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Repost!  - A Request for Opinion from Larry Taylor, Senate Education Committee, to Ken Paxon, Attorney General of Texas, on behalf of Austin ISD superintendent Dr. Elizalde related to personnel funded by the PTA. The request comes down to 2 questions. - Read the Request here: - js- webmaster@texasisd.com read more arw

Congratulations to the following New Supers

Amanda Traylor, High School Principal, Sunray ISD, has been named New Super of Veribest ISD.

Kevin Shipley, CTE Director/Associate High School Principal, Copperas Cove ISD, has been named New Super of Ranger ISD.

Penny Fleet, Interim Superintendent, Spring Hill ISD, has been named New Super of Spring Hill ISD.

Millard House ll, Superintendent, Clarksville-Montgomery Public Schools, Tennessee, has been named New Super of Houston ISD.

Cody Patton, Director of Operations, Tioga ISD, has been named New Super of Harrold ISD.

Dr. Roosevelt Nivens, Superintendent, Community SD, has been named New Super of Lamar CISD.

Scott Rogers, Executive Director of Curriculum & Instructions, Red Oak ISD, has been named New Super of Brazos ISD.

 

36 Superintendent Vacancies Click to expand

Vacant Gunter ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
Vacant Mullin ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.C. (search suspended)INFO
Vacant Region One ESC Executive Director; Search by: Region One ESC Board of DirectorsINFO
Vacant Harrold ISD; Search By: Region 9 ESCINFO
Vacant Santa Fe ISD - Dr. Kevin Bott, Assistant Superintendent,Santa Fe ISD; Search by: Search by: Karczewski Bradshaw SpaldingINFO
Vacant Paint Rock ISD; Search by: O’Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo in conjunction with Dr. Daniel King and Dr. Abelardo SaavedraINFO
Vacant Crane ISD; Search by: Region 15 ESCINFO
Vacant Lake Dallas ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C.INFO
Vacant Matagorda ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant Region 16 Executive Director; Search by John Bass, Association of Educational Service Agencies INFO
Vacant Valley View ISD; Search by: O’Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo in conjunction with Dr. Daniel King and Dr. Abelardo SaavedraINFO
Vacant Executive Director
UTSA Dual Language
Community Lab Schools Partnership; Search by: UTSA College of Education & Human DevelopmentINFO
Vacant Waxahachie ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C.INFO
Vacant Olfen ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant Goodrich ISD; Search by: Goodrich ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant Hawkins ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Lone Finalist Ranger ISD - Kevin Shipley, Director,Copperas Cove ISD; Search by: Shane Fields, Region XIV ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Veribest ISD - Amanda Traylor, High School Principal,Sunray ISD; Search by: Region 15 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Richland Springs ISD - Clifton James Womack, Principal,Graford ISD; Search by: Region 15 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Sweet Home ISD - Dr. Jennifer “Renee” Fairchild, Administrator,Gonzales ISD; Search by Region 3 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Haskell CISD - Lonnie Hise, Superintendent,Windthorst ISD; Search by: CCR Educational Consultants, Dr. Skip Casey, Staci Robertson, & Rod TownsendINFO
New Super Frederickburg ISD - Dr. Joe Rodriguez, Ed.D., Chief of Schools,Fort Bend ISD; Search by: CCR Educational Consultants, Dr. Skip Casey, Staci Robertson, & Rod TownsendINFO
New Super Midland Academy Charter School - Kent Coker, Director,Reagan County ISD; Search by: Region 15 ESCINFO
New Super Chapel HIll ISD
(Titus County) - Daniel Pritchett, Business Manager,Daingerfield ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
New Super Martin's Mill ISD - Scott Tyner, Superintendent,Teneha ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
New Super Marshall ISD - Dr. Richele Langley, Deputy Executive Director,Region 8 ESC; Search by: Thomposon & Horton LLP - Mike Moses, David Thompson & Alfred RayINFO
New Super Monte Alto ISD; Search by: O’Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo in conjunction with Dr. Daniel King and Dr. Abelardo SaavedraINFO
New Super Dime Box ISD - Albert “Eddie” Hesseltine, Director of Operations,Sinton ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.CINFO
New Super Birdville ISD - Gayle Stinson, Superintendent,Lake Dallas ISD; Search by: Thomposon & Horton LLP - Mike Moses & David ThompsonINFO
New Super Coldspring-Oakhurst CISD - Dr. Bryan Taulton , Superintendent,Goodrich ISD; Search by: Haglund Law Firm, P.C.INFO
New Super Penelope ISD - Robert Bray, Director,Dawson ISD; Search by: David Z. Timmons, Superintendent Penelope ISDINFO
New Super Fort Stockton ISD - Gabriel Zamora, Superintendent,Olfen ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
New Super Banquete ISD - Stacy Johnson, Exec. Dir. Leadership,Ector County ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
New Super Ricardo ISD - Gina D. Garza, Director,Jim Hogg County ISD; Fountainhead Education, Don Jones, Ed.D., ConsultantINFO
New Super Region 3 ESC
Executive Director - Morris Lyon, Retired Superintendent,Hawkins ISD; Search by: Thomposon & Horton LLP - Mike Moses & David ThompsonINFO
New Super DeKalb ISD - Dr. Christopher Galloway, Director,Floresville ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
New Super Brazos ISD - Scott Rogers, Director,Red Oak ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO

Mexican American School Boards Association Executive Director Vacancy Announcement

June 1808:35 AM
 

The Mexican American School Boards Association (MASBA) is excited to announce that it is seeking a highly motivated, innovative individual to serve as their next Executive Director. MASBA is seeking an individual that is focused on driving positive change and will lead MASBA to becoming a greater voice in our advocacy for an equitable education for all children, especially our Latinx students. Currently MASBA has 147-member districts. view article  arw

Current Tax Practices Discussed At Sulphur Springs ISD Board Of Trustees Meeting

June 1805:00 AM
 

It’s no secret school finance is a complicated animal, with many different factors affecting funding, including how high Sulphur Springs ISD and other school districts may set the ad valorem rate. Lucas Janda with Live Oak Public Finance LLC discussed with SSISD Board of Trustees the “current tax practices” aspect of school finance, specifically the state’s values versus appraisal district values in Texas. Lucas Janda explains to the SSISD Board of Trustees how current tax practices in Texas can impact school district finances.    (18) view article  arw

Thousands of Arlington schoolchildren are exposed to fracking fumes, report warns

June 1805:00 AM
 

TEP Barnett, the Fort Worth branch of Total, owns Rocking Horse, a fracking well site in Arlington that has become a site of controversy due to its proximity to a daycare center and homes. More than half of Arlington’s public school children attend classes within half a mile of a natural gas drilling site, prompting concerns about the effects of fracking on their health, according to a new report published Tuesday. A year-long investigation by the Center for Investigative Reporting — which produces the popular news podcast Reveal — found that more than 30,000 Arlington kids go to school near a drilling site. Up to 7,600 infants and toddlers are dropped off at private daycares within the same half-mile radius of drilling, according to the center’s analysis.  Tarrant County, home to just over 4,000 wellheads, has the highest rate of birth defects among large counties in Texas, according to the center’s analysis. Drilling is also concentrated in neighborhoods where the majority of residents are people of color and lower-income, said Ranjana Bhandari, an activist interviewed extensively for the report published in the Texas Observer and Mother Jones.    (18) view article  arw

Harrold ISD selects Lone Finalist

June 1805:00 AM
 

The Harrold ISD School Board has selected Cody Patton, who currently serves as Director of Operations at Tioga ISD, as the lone finalist for their superintendent position.   (18)

Ricardo ISD has named new superintendent, Gina D. Garza

June 1805:00 AM
 

Ricardo Independent School District has officially named a new superintendent beginning June 2021. Gina D. Garza will begin serving the students, staff, and community of Ricardo ISD. Ricardo ISD is a community that is steeped in tradition, driven by excellence, and supportive of students and staff. Prior to joining the Ricardo ISD team, Gina served as the Director of Curriculum and Instruction at Jim Hogg County ISD where she was instrumental in increased academic achievement, development of college, career, and military readiness initiatives, human capital development, and innovative academic programs PK-12 grade. With 22 years of experience, Gina served as a Dean of Instruction and Principal before moving into district leadership.    (18) view article  arw

Lamar Consolidated:  New superintendent takes over at LCISD.

June 1805:00 AM
 

A new era officially began at Lamar Consolidated ISD as Dr. Roosevelt Nivens conducted his first school board meeting on Thursday as the district’s new superintendent. Nivens had glowing words for his new staff as he takes over for Dr. Thomas Randle, who retired at the end of the school year. “I have talked to quite a few folks, and Lamar CISD is an absolutely outstanding school district,” Nivens said. “And I want to give a special thanks to the staff. I have met most of them, and you talk about a room of high performers. They’re going to make the superintendent’s job a lot easier for me. You guys are top-notch.”    (18) view article  arw

Fort Bend:  New timeline set for superintendent search

June 1805:00 AM
 

Schools in the Pecan Grove area will have to wait a few more months before they have a new superintendent. The Fort Bend ISD board of trustees have decided to move their timeline to find a new superintendent back a couple of months, moving the interview period from June to August, and that a new superintendent will not be selected until at least September. The original timeline had interviews beginning this week, but because of team-building meetings and workshops with the Texas Association of School Boards already scheduled throughout June and July, it would make it tough for all board members to participate in the interviews, board president Dave Rosenthal said.    (18) view article  arw

Gilmer ISD chief named regional superintendent of year

June 1705:00 AM
 

Longtime Gilmer ISD Superintendent Rick Albritton has successfully changed the face of the district, leading the district through two bond packages that remodeled campuses. That work, among other accomplishments, has led him to being named the Region 7 Education Service Center superintendent of the year.  Albritton started working at Gilmer ISD in 2002. According to Region 7, both bond packages he helped pass exceeded $20 million in renovations in new construction. The 2018 bond measure funded a new high school, elementary school, field house and several renovation projects, including to the football stadium.  “Mr. Albritton knows the importance of building strong relationships,” Gilmer ISD board President Mark Skinner said in a statement. “Teacher retention in Gilmer ISD has increased from 28% in 2002 to 92% in 2020 due to the collaborative culture that is Mr. Albritton’s top priority.”    (17) view article  arw

ERCOT Recommendations: 5 Things To Know

June 1705:00 AM
 

ACROSS TEXAS — As temperatures reach the triple digits across the Lone Star State, ERCOT is continuing to ask Texans to conserve energy through Friday.  On Monday, The Electric Reliability Council of Texas issued a conservation alert on electricity use because electric demand was predicted to outpace supply that evening.  Since then, Texans have reduced their power usage, but conservation is still needed.  Here's five things to know about ERCOT's latest recommendations.     (17) view article  arw

UIL will allow Friday night football to be streamed

June 1705:00 AM
 

AUSTIN, Texas — Get ready for a wider distribution of Friday night football across Texas starting this season. The University Interscholastic League's Legislative Council approved a proposal that will allow Friday night high school football games to be streamed on the web. Dave Campbell's texasfootball.com reports the measure passed the final legislative council with a clear majority in Tuesday's vote. view article  arw

Preventive Law: Back To Basics

June 0308:35 AM
 

As this unprecedented school year draws to a close, it is important not to forget the basics as we sift through new state and federal legislation, funding paradigms, agency policy changes, and the continued effects of a pandemic on the wane in Texas. Many of the client calls and emails received this spring have been from administrators, over-extended and exhausted after navigating a flurry of new regulations and being tossed about in wave after wave of “guidance” for schools. These calls and emails have been about issues such as:

May 1, 2021 Bond List

February 0208:45 AM
 

Updated 4/28/2021 - (62 School Districts holding bond elections on May 1) and it has crossed the $7 billion dollar mark (Please contact webmaster@texasisd.com if you know of other districts holding bond elections. 

Round Rock ISD’s New Superintendent Says Parents Who Criticized Hiring Process Deserve To Be Heard

June 1808:41 AM
 

Round Rock ISD's new superintendent said he's confident he can show parents he's the right choice for the job after they criticized the hiring process. "I think a lot of [their concerns] will be addressed once I start talking with the parents," Hafedh Azaiez told KUT. In March, the district hired a firm to lead the search for superintendent candidates. The district sent out a survey to ask families what qualities the ideal person would have and asked similar questions at public meetings in April. On May 21, Azaiez was named the sole finalist. State law requires a 21-day waiting period before a candidate can be officially appointed. During that period, parents spoke out about a lack of open forums to learn more about Azaiez. view article  arw

Former Sharyland ISD student accused of defamation by board members in ongoing lawsuit

June 1808:40 AM
 

MISSION, Texas (KVEO) — Two current and former Sharyland Independent School District (ISD) board of trustees members have filed a lawsuit against a former student that they say defamed them on social media. The lawsuit claims that Dante Flores-Demarchi and two more unnamed individuals used “deliberately false statements to defame” Sharyland ISD board member Jose “Pepe” Garcia and former board member Melissa Smith on social media posts. view article  arw

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Temple:  TISD holds first meeting on potential bond

June 1808:40 AM
 

Temple ISD Superintendent Bobby Ott called the district’s first citizen advisory committee meeting on Thursday at the Frank W. Mayborn Civic and Convention Center “a good starting point.” The newly-assembled collective was developed to help gauge taxpayer support for a potential 2021 bond that would be decided through two propositions.  Ott told the Telegram that the first proposition is currently estimated to fall between $165 million to $175, while the second proposition for improvements to Wildcat Stadium is estimated at $6.5 million.  “I don’t know how this (bond) is going to shape out but ... when you invest in your school system in Temple, and when you invest in your kids and staff in Temple … they deliver,” Ott said during the meeting. “That’s what happens, and this will keep us at the front of the pack and will keep us going forward in the future.” view article  arw

Contract approved for Fayette County’s new superintendent

June 1808:40 AM
 

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Fayette County Board of Education on Thursday unanimously approved the new superintendent’s contract, according to the district. Dr. Demetrus Liggins has a four-year contract. His start date is July 26, 2021. The contract sets out the salary, benefits, and other terms and conditions of employment. It runs through June 30, 2025, according to the district. view article  arw

Clear Creek ISD makes strides toward pre-pandemic operations for 2021-22

June 1808:40 AM
 

District leadership and the Safely Reopen CCISD committee said Clear Creek ISD will make as much of a return as possible to pre-pandemic operations for the 2021-22 school year, eliminating many of the previous school year’s restrictions and revising its COVID-19 protocols accordingly. The committee met three times in late May and early June to develop instructional, operational and health procedures for staff and students headed into the new school year. The 15 staffers, 15 parents and five students on the committee were tasked with identifying the COVID-19 health data points that would necessitate executing additional safety measures, including any mandating of masks. view article  arw

Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD moves forward with firm to help address diversity and inclusion

June 1808:30 AM
 

Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD is moving forward with a program that is designed to examine and improve diversity and inclusion within the school district. The CFBISD Board of Trustees last week approved a request for proposal (RFP) with Creative Energy for consulting services. Superintendent John Chapman said the effort is part of the district’s top priorities for diversity and inclusion. view article  arw

Northwest ISD on track for smaller deficit, eyes balanced budget for 2021-22 school year

June 1808:30 AM
 

Northwest ISD is on track to end the 2020-21 fiscal year with a smaller general fund deficit than anticipated. The district adopted an expected $25.1 million deficit last summer, and current projections forecast the actual deficit will be closer to $15 million. The district’s food service fund and debt service fund have exceeded expectations as well with surpluses of $603,534 and $7,860,062, respectively. According to the timeline outlined during the district’s June 14 budget workshop, the board of trustees will meet June 28 to amend the 2020-21 budget to reflect actual outcomes and approve the 2021-22 budget. view article  arw

North East ISD will only have in-person learning this fall, district says

June 1808:30 AM
 

SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio’s second largest school district is doing away with remote learning next fall due to a lack of funding from the state, according to district officials. North East ISD said Thursday on social media that it will only offer in-person classes during the next school year, and it will discontinue all of its remote learning after state lawmakers failed to pass a bill that would provide the funding needed for it to continue. “Texas lawmakers recently failed to pass a bill that would have funded schools that chose to offer remote or virtual learning,” the district said in the post. “...We cannot in good conscience try to offer remote learning without the appropriate law(s) in place, guidance from the state, and gaining access to the necessary resources to support remote learning.” view article  arw

Bond referendum projects starting in Royse City ISD

June 1808:30 AM
 

The Royse City ISD presented a $230 million bond referendum under two propositions to address current and future student growth in the district. Both of the propositions passed by wide margins. The school district reported that new technology infrastructure going in above the ceiling at both Fort Elementary and Scott Elementary and new flooring is being installed at Fort Elementary. Other projects included in the referendum were a replacement for Cherry Elementary in the Veranda Estates; renovations for an Early Childhood Center which would be at the existing Cherry Elementary; the creation of a seventh and eighth elementary school campuses; an expansion of Royse City High School focusing on career and technical education; expansions of Herndon, Miss May Vernon elementaries and Ouida Baley Middle School; land purchases for future school sites; an agriculture project center, a Royse City ISD Event Center; technology, infrastructure and security upgrades; and expanded bus parking, an expansion of the Royse City ISD stadium and parking and also an expansion of the baseball and softball stadium and entrance. view article  arw

Plano ISD to discuss 2021-22 budget Tuesday

June 1808:30 AM
 

With the 2020-21 fiscal year coming to an end on June 30, Plano ISD will discuss its proposed budget and tax rate for the 2021-22 fiscal year in a Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday. “The budget planning was a seven-month process that started in November 2020,” the proposal documents stated. Should the proposed budget be approved as written, it would authorize an expenditure of $685 million in general operating costs, $162.9 million in debt service costs and $27.1 million in food and nutrition services costs, collectively accounting for a proposed aggregate budget of over $875 million against total revenues of $855.7 million. view article  arw

Pflugerville ISD moves to drastically reduce its utility costs

June 1808:30 AM
 

Pflugerville ISD staff reported the district spends roughly $3.8 million in utility costs per year—one of its biggest annual expenditures. A plausible solution to diminish that amount, said Ed Ramos, the district's chief operating officer, could be a partnership with Cenergistic, an energy consulting company that helps entities cut costs with regard to utility consumption. Ramos said during PfISD's June 17 board meeting that through this partnership, the district could net big savings through a series of initiatives that include embedding one or more Cenergistic energy specialists within the district, sending engineers to work with staff members and implementing more proactive work to get ahead of excess utility usage. view article  arw

United:  UISD names new Associate Superintendent

June 1808:30 AM
 

LAREDO, Tex. (KGNS) - UISD named its new Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction. Emma Leza will now be taking on this new role in July. Leza is a twenty-six year veteran educator of United ISD. For the past nine years, she has served UISD as the Executive Director for Instructional Accountability. view article  arw

VISD bond task force reconvenes, looks to November ballot

June 1808:30 AM
 

The Victoria Independent School District will reconvene its bond planning task force. The task force will start meeting Monday to discuss possible November bond options, along with the possibility of a voter-approved tax rate. Anyone can join the task force and can participate by emailing bond@visd.net. The task force’s formation comes after a special meeting earlier this month. During the meeting, board members were divided on the size of a possible bond and a tax rate they would like to pass. The one thing they did agree on was getting more community input. The possible voter-approved tax rate would look to increase teacher salaries, but that decision must be made by the community during a November election. view article  arw

A pretty exciting time’ for Bangs ISD, superintendent Martin says

June 1808:30 AM
 

BANGS — Bangs superintendent Dr. Josh Martin recalled the outdoor pep rally last November, when the community prepared to send the 9-1 Dragons football team off to the playoffs.  With Dragons supporters lined up, the band marched down a street, playing the fight song. Cheerleaders cheered.  “Everybody was on Cloud Nine,” Martin said in his office.  Then Martin saw Kyle Maxfield, the Dragons head football coach and athletic director, walking toward him — and he knew by Maxfield's expression that something was amiss. view article  arw

Will Texas legislators take harsher steps to ‘abolish’ critical race theory?

June 1808:30 AM
 

Texas lawmakers will revisit critical race theory during a special session, Gov. Greg Abbott said in a statement the day after he signed into law a bill aimed at barring the teaching of certain concepts related to race and racism in public schools. The new law “is a strong move to abolish critical race theory in Texas, but more must be done,” Abbott wrote in Wednesday’s statement.  Abbott has not said when a special session will take place, what else will be on the agenda or what he wants from legislation to further address critical race theory. His move signals a desire for a stricter version of the new law. view article  arw

Abbott signs a bill banning the education of “critical racial theory”

June 1808:30 AM
 

Austin, Texas — Governor of Texas Greg Abbott signed a bill 3979 on Monday, commonly known as the “Critical Racial Theory” bill.  The law prohibits public and charter schools in Texas from teaching critical racial theory that investigates systematic racism. The bill, sponsored by Republican Congressman Steve Toth, was passed during the legislative session, despite protests from educators and others.  Bills that primarily affect history and social studies teachers are controversial, and instructors who teach lessons on highly debated issues offer different perspectives and are better than others in one race or gender. It specifies that it must be done in a way that does not indicate that. By that definition, this means that topics related to white privileges or gender pay gaps may be off limits. view article  arw

Committee suggests $933M bond project list to Leander ISD board

June 1808:28 AM
 

Leander ISD is expected to add over 12,000 students in 10 years to its current population of 40,761 students. To meet growth, the Leander school board could call a bond election for as early as November. About $933 million in projects were recommended to the board of trustees June 17. LISD's Citizens’ Facility Advisory Committee narrowed projects by priority from an original list totaling $1.5 billion. The committee was made of 150 community members with five subcommittees. view article  arw

Plano ISD names Bart Rosebure as new Executive Director of Safety and Security

June 1808:26 AM
 

Bart Rosebure has been named Plano Independent School District’s new Executive Director of Safety and Security. This news comes following the retirement of Rosebure’s predecessor, Joseph Parks. Rosebure is a former police officer who began his career as a teacher and coach, and previously worked as a security specialist with Plano ISD. “Safety is our top priority and Bart brings proven experience on the field and with school districts,” stated Plano ISD Chief Operations Officer Theresa Williams. “He also knows Plano ISD and brings strategic planning experience.” view article  arw

Lake Travis ISD approves a 2% midpoint raise for staff

June 1808:25 AM
 

Lake Travis ISD trustees approved compensation increases for the 2021-22 school year during a June 16 board meeting. All employees will receive a 2% increase off the midpoint salary, which varies based on position. Every position is structured with a minimum, midpoint and maximum salary or hourly rate, and the raise is factored based on each position's midpoint. This increase is on par with a majority of area school districts, according to Evalene Murphy, assistant superintendent for human resource services. Out of a selection of districts, over half are considering a 2% increase, Murphy said. view article  arw

Frisco ISD : Federal Funds To Support Learning Loss And Student Mental Health

June 1808:25 AM
 

Frisco ISD released plans this week to spend $6.1 million in federal grant funds on additional academic, mental health and social-emotional supports for students. The money comes from a coronavirus relief law passed by Congress in March and will make an impact for students over each of the next three school years. view article  arw

Conroe ISD sets names for new facilities

June 1808:25 AM
 

Several distinct Conroe ISD members, and larger community members, were honored this month by the district as their names were chosen for several new facilities.  Three Conroe ISD schools and a new teacher-training facility at Woodforest Bank Stadium were officially named at the recent board meeting.   view article  arw

Judson ISD recovering from ransomware attack, alert to district staff reveals

June 1808:25 AM
 

SAN ANTONIO — An alert issued to Judson ISD staff Thursday stated all network, computer applications, servers, communication and e-mail systems were affected by a ransomware attack hitting the district. Officials said they didn't know when the system will be fully restored.  KENS 5 obtained the alert that was distributed, which states, in full:  view article  arw