Congratulations to the following New Supers

Dr. Tiffany Spicer, Assistant Superintendent of Innovation & Learning, Beeville ISD, has been named New Super of Buna, ISD.

Dr. Angelica Ramsey, Superintendent, Midland ISD, has been named New Super of Fort Worth ISD.


44 Superintendent Vacancies Click to expand

Vacant Ferris ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
Vacant Hillsboro ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
Vacant Region 4 Executive Director; Search by: Thomposon & Horton LLP - Dr. Mike Moses & David ThompsonINFO
Vacant Paradise ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.CINFO
Vacant Mercedes ISD; Search by: Merceded ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant Vernon ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.CINFO
Vacant Hubbard ISD
(Region 12); Search by: Dr. Danny Lovett, Exec. Dir. Region 5 ESCINFO
Vacant Morgan ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant Electra ISD; Search by: Electra ISD Board of Trustees and Ted WestINFO
Vacant Danbury ISD; Search by: Walsh, Gallegos, Treviño, Kyle & Robinson P.C., & Education Consultant Dr. Ann DixonINFO
Vacant Somerville ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant Frost ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.CINFO
Vacant Boyd ISD; Education Solutions and Services Mike Smith & Letha HopkinsINFO
Vacant Scurry-Rosser ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant Yorktown ISD; Search by: Region 3 ESC, Exec. Dir. Morris LyonINFO
Vacant Sierra Blanca ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant White Deer ISD; Search by: White Deer ISD Board of Trustees & Region 16 ESC, Nathan Maxwell, Exec. Dir., Troy Seagler, Associate Exec. Dr.  INFO
Vacant Hamilton ISD; Search by: Ronnie KincaidINFO
Vacant Southwest ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant Happy ISD; Search by: Happy ISD Board of Trustees INFO
Vacant Poolville ISD; Search by: Poolville ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant Northwest ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.CINFO
Lone Finalist Hemphill ISD - Stephen English, Assistant Superintendent,Pine Tree ISD; Search by: Hemphill ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Lone Finalist Channing ISD - Dr. Misty Heiskell, Principal,Dalhart ISD; Search by: Channing ISD Board of Trustees & Region 16 ESC, Nathan Maxwell, Exec. Dir.INFO
Lone Finalist Sterling City ISD - Travis Grubbs, Superintendent,High Island ISD; Search by: Region 15 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Mason ISD - Brannon Kidd, Principal,Weatherford ISD; Search by: Region 15 ESC, Casey Callahan, Executive DirectorINFO
Lone Finalist Bay City ISD - Dr. Dwight McHazlett, Assistant Superintendent,Medina Valley ISD; Search by: Walsh, Gallegos, Treviño, Kyle & Robinson P.C., & Education Consultant Dr. Ann DixonINFO
Lone Finalist Ganado ISD - Dr. Brian McCraw, Principal,Shiner ISD; Search by: Region 3 ESC, Exec. Dir. Morris LyonINFO
Lone Finalist Richardson ISD - Tabitha Branum, Interim Superintendent,Richardson ISD; Search by: O’Hanlon, Demerath & CastilloINFO
Lone Finalist Buna ISD - Dr. Tiffani Spicer, Assistant Superintendent,Beeville ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
Lone Finalist Comal ISD - Dr. John Chapman III, Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD,Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD; Search by Comal ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
New Super Whitharral ISD - Ben Prowell, Superintendent,Wellman-Union ISD; Search by: Region 17 ESCINFO
New Super Dallas ISD - Dr. Stephanie Elizalde, Superintendent,Austin ISD; Search by: Walsh, Gallegos, Treviño, Kyle & Robinson P.C., & Education Consultant Dr. Ann DixonINFO
New Super Hempstead ISD - ​Herbert O'Neil, Assistant Superintendent,Greenville ISD; Search by: KARCZEWSKI BRADSHAW SPALDINGINFO
New Super Sweetwater ISD - Dr. Deidre Parish, Superintendent,Darrouzett ISD; Search by: CCR Educational Consultants, Dr. Skip Casey, Staci Robertson, & Rod TownsendINFO
New Super Lazbuddie ISD - Brad Jones, Superintendent,Rule ISD; INFO
New Super Alpine ISD - Dr. Michelle Rinehart, Assistant Superintendent,Rankin ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
New Super Burkeville ISD - Gordon Thomas, Superintendent,Benjamin ISD; Dr. Darrell Myers & Burkeville ISD Board of TrustessINFO
New Super Buena Vista ISD - Richard "Mason" Kyle, Principal,Meadow ISD; Search by: Region 18 ESC, Dr. Dewitt SmithINFO
New Super Anton ISD - John York, Principal,Paducah ISD; Search by: Region 17 ESC, Kyle Wargo Exec. DirectorINFO


September 3009:02 AM

The board of trustees of the Ferris Independent School District has contracted with Arrow Educational Services, Inc. to assist them in their search for a new superintendent. Arrow President/CEO Dr. Russell Marshall and Lead Consultant/COO Jim Dunlap will conduct the search. More information including the application process is available on view article  arw

Cedar Hill ISD To Host Three October Bond and VATRE Information Meetings

September 3008:30 AM

(CEDAR HILL, TEXAS) Cedar Hill Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Gerald Hudson will host three October informational meetings about the Nov. 8 Bond and VATRE. “District representatives will be available to present information and answer questions at each of these three informational meetings about the four propositions on the November 8 Ballot,” Hudson said. The first meeting will be a virtual one, at 6 p.m. on Monday, October 10 where viewers can tune in via Facebook and YouTube. They’ll be able to ask questions live. The second meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, October 20 at Plummer Elementary School, 1203 South Clark. The third and final meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Monday, October 24 at Lake Ridge Elementary School, 1020 Lake Ridge Parkway. view article  arw

‘Terrible and senseless act’ | Five shot dead in McGregor, suspect arrested

September 3005:00 AM

MCGREGOR, Texas — Five people were shot to death early Thursday morning in McGregor, according to McGregor Mayor Jimmy Hering. Hering said police were called around 7:30 a.m. to West 8th St. and Monroe St. on a report of shots fired. Police arrived at the scene where the suspect began shooting at them. Officers fired back. Hering did not say whether the suspect was shot but he was taken into custody.    (30) view article  arw

Watch live: Greg Abbott and Beto O’Rourke debate in Edinburg at 7 p.m.

September 3005:00 AM

The debate will be on local Nexstar television stations across the state, and The Texas Tribune will livestream the debate here.  For the first and likely only time before the November election, Gov. Greg Abbott and Democratic challenger Beto O’Rourke are set to face off in a televised debate.  The two will appear onstage at 7 p.m. Central time Friday at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in Edinburg.  The debate will be on local Nexstar television stations across the state, and The Texas Tribune will livestream the debate here.   view article  arw

Immigration, abortion and economy expected to take center stage when Abbott, O’Rourke debate Friday

September 3005:00 AM

Immigration, abortion, the economy and guns are expected to be major topics of conversation Friday night as Republican Gov. Greg Abbott faces off against his Democratic challenger, Beto O’Rourke, in their only planned debate ahead of the Nov. 8 election. Abbott, who is seeking a third term in office, is leading in the polls by single-digit margins and will look to push his priority issue of border security to the forefront of the debate, along with the country’s struggling economy under the watch of Democratic President Joe Biden. O’Rourke, who came within 3 percentage points of unseating Republican U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz in 2018, is expected to attack Abbott’s resistance to gun restrictions after the Uvalde school shooting in May, his record on the state’s electricity grid that led to widespread power outages during last year’s deadly winter freeze and his support of the Legislature’s move to ban nearly all abortions in the state view article  arw

Crosby ISD changes stadium bag policy after student brought gun, ammo to homecoming game

September 2908:30 AM

A quick-thinking administrative team and school resource officers are credited for preventing what could have been a tragedy when a Crosby High School student allegedly brought a bag containing a handgun and ammunition to Cougar Stadium Friday night during homecoming. As a result, the district has issued a new bag policy for future games. Superintendent Paula Patterson said an administrator at the game spotted a student they believed was acting suspiciously. view article  arw

Preventive Law: Breastfeeding at School - What you must, might, should, and could be doing to help those expressing milk at school

September 1308:31 AM

Going to school after having a baby is tough, and a potential complication to any new mother’s day is finding the time, place, and quiet for expressing breastmilk for their child. The law and current school policies have express guidelines for schools to provide assistance for these mothers, and with the upcoming Title IX changes, there may be more you need to do. Here are the “must’s,” “might’s,” “should’s,” and “could’s” for addressing breastfeeders that need to express milk at school.

November 2022 Bond List

August 2908:53 AM

Bond Election Data collected by for public school bonds in the upcoming November 2022 election cycle.

Midland ISD’s policy on corporal punishment

September 3008:42 AM

Midland ISD announced Thursday that three Burnet Elementary School staff members have been placed on administrative leave following allegations of corporal punishment. The following is Midland ISD’s official stance on corporal punishment as stated in board policy as provided by the district on Thursday. "The board prohibits the use of corporal punishment in the district. Students shall not be spanked, paddled or subjected to other physical force as a means of discipline for violations of the Student Code of Conduct." view article  arw

Donna ISD moves toward becoming district of innovation

September 3008:41 AM

The Donna Independent School District took another step earlier this month toward becoming a district of innovation, a status that would give it flexibility regarding local controls more in line with an open-enrollment charter school. On Sept. 13, the district’s board of trustees held a public hearing on the proposal, a step that allows it to move forward with committee meetings over the next three months. The board could vote to approve the plan as soon as February. Donna ISD’s district of innovation plan proposes two areas where the district wants some more flexibility: start date and the 90% attendance rule. Approving the plan would give the district the option to begin the school year before the fourth week in August, Superintendent Angela Dominguez told trustees earlier this month. view article  arw

Fort Worth ISD to add GPS trackers to busses after multiple kids dropped off in wrong neighborhoods

September 3008:40 AM

FORT WORTH, Texas - Fort Worth ISD has agreed to spend about $80,000 to provide GPS trackers on school buses.  However, it comes as a cold comfort to a group of parents who say their kids have been repeatedly dropped off in the wrong neighborhoods.  In a few days, FWISD will enter into an agreement with T-Mobile to activate GPS trackers on district buses and vehicles. It comes a week and a half after seven children were left at a stop a half-mile away from where they were supposed to be dropped off.  You can hear the frustration Gloria Williams’ voice, a mom of two Daggett Elementary School students dropped off at the wrong bus stop after school on Sept 16. She was at home while her 12-year-old daughter, Cielo Vaca, walked around the corner to pick up her 8 and 9-year-old sisters. view article  arw

Families of three Uvalde shooting survivors sue school district, gun makers, city officials and others

September 3008:35 AM

The families of three children who survived the Uvalde mass shooting in May have filed the first lawsuit in a federal court against the Uvalde school district, law enforcement officials, gun makers and others, alleging that their negligence and failures contributed to the massacre. The suit was filed Wednesday in Texas’ Western District Court and is seeking unspecified damages. One of the children in the lawsuit was wounded in the shooting and was best friends with one of the students killed, according to the lawyers. view article  arw

State agencies push for better worker pay as critical staffing crunch hits Texas government

September 3008:35 AM

The stories from the great state workforce crunch have been pouring in for months.  The single parent who qualifies for the same state welfare benefits she’s hired to administer. Texas juvenile officers who can find safer jobs at the local Buc-ee’s for better pay. The state agency managers who can easily double their salaries in the private sector.  They are all the result, according to advocates and agency officials, of a critically understaffed workforce in many of Texas’ 112 state agencies, a situation made worse by the fact that there’s been no statewide pay raise in nearly a decade.  Factor in a worldwide pandemic and officials with Texas agencies say they are being hammered by a historic staffing crisis, particularly when it comes to those in the trenches serving the state’s most vulnerable populations or the workforce responsible for housing people. view article  arw

Crockett ISD School Board Meets Before Homecoming Festivities

September 3008:34 AM

CROCKETT – The Crockett Independent School District (CISD) board of trustees met Monday, Sept. 26 for a regular stated meeting. On the agenda this night were discussions of “credit recovery” and a presentation of the districts goals and objectives for the schools. Tamra Scroggins presented the board with the results from the results from the Texas Schools FIRST program. FIRST stands for Financial Integrity Rating System. The district received a 98% out of a possible 100. Board members were pleased to have received such high marks. Scroggins promised the board to work on winning the extra two points. In the public comments section, a parent commended the CISD Athletic Director for his improvement in the culture and behavior of the varsity football players. She noted that there were some issues with both the referees and fans – but the kids kept their composure and did not let the situation out of hand. Another parent called for the junior varsity team to be expanded or integrated into the varsity squad. At the present time, there are only three members of the JV cheerleading squad. view article  arw

MoakCasey Expands Advocacy Efforts with Addition of Public Education Policy Expert

September 3008:30 AM

Texas's leading public school consulting firm MoakCasey continues to grow its advocacy team by adding education policy expert Ben Melson. 

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Title IX Administrator Conference

October 18-19, 2022


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OCTOBER 18 - Title IX Boot Camp

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New full-day boot camp for Title IX administrators or a refresher for basic skills.


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Full-day conference for Title IX administrators.


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Grapevine-Colleyville ISD elementary school student reportedly sexually assaulted by another student

September 3008:30 AM

GRAPEVINE, Texas - Grapevine police are investigating a report of a student being sexually assaulted by another student at an elementary school. The alleged sexual assault happened on Sept. 19 at Silver Lake Elementary School, which is part of the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District. Few details have been released, as police said they are working to "protect the family and the investigation." The news has the community on edge. view article  arw

Parents look to hold Fort Worth ISD accountable for wrong school bus drop-offs

September 3008:30 AM

Parents forced recess at a FWISD board meeting, insisting they be heard about school bus stop errors.  FORT WORTH, Texas — Parents in Fort Worth whose children ride the school bus are looking for assurances that their kids get dropped off at the right stop.   One parent said they were shunned at a school board meeting, and now the district is doing something.   In a recent video recorded aboard a bus during an incorrect drop-off, you can hear children crying and screaming. view article  arw

Wolf promoted as ISD police’s first sergeant

September 3008:30 AM

Jason Wolf has spent three decades as a public servant – eight years in the U.S. Marine Corps, 18 as a member of the Austin Police Department and for the past three years an original officer in the Liberty Hill Independent School District Police Department. However, until Thursday evening at Liberty Hill ISD headquarters, there was one honor that had never been bestowed on him. Being called “Sergeant.” Yet there he was standing in the boardroom with his right hand raised while taking an oath adjacent from Liberty Hill ISD Police Chief Sharif Mazayek before wife Kate replaced her husband's old badge with a shiny, brand-new one that carries his new rank emblazoned across the top. “It's a big deal for me,” said Wolf. “This is the first time our department has had a sergeant, so it's an honor for me to be able to do this.” Indeed, the time had definitely arrived for the school district police force to have in place a first-line supervisor to lead its officers, said Mezayek. view article  arw

TEA Approves 1,600 New Teachers for Teacher Incentive Allotment Designation

September 3008:30 AM

AUSTIN, Texas – September 29, 2022 – The Texas Education Agency (TEA) today announced 1,600 newly designated teachers are being recognized and rewarded for their outstanding performance in the classroom as part of the Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA).  Made possible by the passage of House Bill 3 during the 86th Legislative Session, the Teacher Incentive Allotment provides a pathway for high-performing teachers to earn six-figure salaries while enabling districts in rural and high-needs areas to recruit and retain highly effective teachers on their campuses.  view article  arw

ESSER I Liquidation Period Extension

September 3008:30 AM

Thursday afternoon, September 29, 2022, the U.S. Department of Education (USDE) released introductory information regarding the CARES Act funding Liquidation Period Extension being offered. TEA is required to gather data from LEAs needing the extension and submit one statewide aggregate request on behalf of those LEAs. NOTE: LEAs may not request the extension directly to USDE. All costs under ESSER I, including equitable services to private nonprofit schools, must be fully obligated for allowable grant uses by Friday, September 30, 2022. Certain obligated costs may continue to be received and paid during the liquidation period extension. The extension does not cover all types of costs, i.e., staff salary or travel, due to the federal rules defining when an obligation was made. TEA may request the extension for up to 14 additional months after the standard liquidation period (until April 1, 2024). TEA has until December 31, 2022, to request the liquidation period extension for Texas LEAs. view article  arw

Austin plan to redevelop city-owned site salvaged by adding affordable housing units

September 3008:30 AM

Almost scrapped this summer, a plan to redevelop a city-owned site in downtown Austin is again viable after the developer agreed to provide more affordable housing units as part of the agreement. As proposed, the former HealthSouth site, at Red River Street and East 12th Street, would include 232 units available at below market rates — twice as many units as were included in a proposal the Austin City Council rejected in July before agreeing, by a tight vote, to give the developer more time to revise the offer. view article  arw

Presidio ISD School Board approves updates to safety procedures

September 3008:30 AM

PRESIDIO — At last Wednesday’s meeting, the Presidio ISD School Board approved this year’s update to the Presidio ISD Police Emergency Operations Plan and the Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. Both measures consider student safety and preparedness from different angles — the former on the campus and district level, and the latter with help from the city’s police department, county sheriff’s office, Border Patrol and other interconnected agencies. view article  arw

Congratulations Michelle Cavazos

September 3008:30 AM

Michelle Cavazos, a fifth-grade teacher at McAllen ISD’s Sanchez Elementary, has earned one of the top awards for bilingual education. Earlier this month, she was named the 2022 Bilingual Education Teacher of the Year by the Texas Association for Bilingual Education (TABE). She was recognized by the McAllen ISD School Board during its regular meeting held September 26.   view article  arw

Dallas Parents Flocking to Schools That Pull Students From Both Rich and Poor Parts of Town

September 3008:30 AM

School districts see success with ‘Transformation Schools’ that offer a socioeconomically mixed student body  When Lauren McKinnon heard a new public elementary school was opening close to her home in Dallas, it was good news; but when she learned the school would offer an all-girls education format with a focus on STEM, she was excited, knowing inequities often exist for girls – like her daughters – in math and science.  But something else stood out about the school that attracted McKinnon: its potential for a student body that looked more like Dallas as a whole.  The school, Solar Prep for Girls, opened in 2016 as a “Transformation School”, one of several efforts underway to reverse decades of white flight from the school system. The school district is currently 71 percent Hispanic, 21 percent Black and 5 percent white, and 86 percent of its students are eligible for federally subsidized lunches. view article  arw

Central Texas school district adds layer of safety to student devices, detecting online threats in real-time

September 3008:30 AM

COPPERAS COVE, Texas (KWTX) - A Central Texas school district is incorporating an added layer of technology to keep students safe. The Copperas Cove Independent School District has started using a program which monitors students’ activities online and sends the district alerts about potential threats including violence, cyber bullying, suicide and more. “We want to make sure that the district is the safest place for our kids,” said Maron Samuel, Chief Technology Officer at CCISD. CCISD is a 1-to-1 district, meaning every single one of the district’s more than 8,300 students has a district-issued device: they all get to use it at school, and grades six and above can take it home. view article  arw

TEA commissioner says STAAR test will get a shakeup next year, touts academic recovery

September 3008:30 AM

In his annual address to the Dallas Regional Chamber, Texas Education Commissioner said the state’s students have largely recovered from pandemic-era learning losses. He also said the format of the STAAR test will soon change. Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath returned to Dallas Tuesday with a triumphant message he’s touted before. He reminded members of the Dallas Regional Chamber that the worst of the pandemic wiped out a decade’s worth of academic gains. He said COVID-19 was the largest academic disruption in the last century. view article  arw

Lamesa ISD School Board accepts voluntary retirement of Superintendent Jim Knight

September 3008:29 AM

The Lamesa ISD school board has accepted the voluntary retirement of Superintendent Jim Knight, effective January 31, 2023. Knight’s contract was set to expire on July 31, 2025. Beginning Tuesday, Knight will take on the role of superintendent emeritus to help with the transition. view article  arw

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD elementary school student reportedly sexually assaulted by another student

September 3008:28 AM

Grapevine police are investigating a report of a student being sexually assaulted by another student at an elementary school. The alleged sexual assault happened on Sept. 19 at Silver Lake Elementary School, which is part of the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District. Few details have been released, as police said they are working to "protect the family and the investigation." view article  arw

Austin ISD school board considers whether to increase protections for construction workers

September 3008:27 AM

The Austin ISD Board of Trustees is expected to vote Thursday on a resolution that would increase protections for construction workers. The board is considering the measure ahead of the 2022 school bond election in November. If voters approve AISD’s $2.44 billion package, there will be many new construction projects within the district. The resolution would ensure any entity awarded a contract for a bond project participates in a program such as Better BuilderⓇ, which requires safety training, living wages and workers’ compensation protections. view article  arw

Keller ISD, city of Fort Worth to add 5 more school resource officers

September 3008:25 AM

The Keller ISD approved a revised contract with the city of Fort Worth to provide additional school resource officers to middle schools within the city limits. The updated contract, approved during the Sept. 26 board of trustees meeting, will add one officer in each of the middle schools in Fort Worth: Timberview, Trinity Springs, Vista Ridge, Fossil Hill and Hillwood. During the Aug. 22 board meeting, KISD and the city agreed to a contract that added two officers to the district. Two school resource officers are assigned to each of the three high schools in Fort Worth's city limits: Timber Creek, Fossil Ridge and Central. view article  arw

Plano ISD to hold informational meetings on upcoming tax and bond election

September 3008:25 AM

Residents will have a chance to learn about Plano ISD’s bond proposals A-E at two upcoming informational meetings. Both meetings will take place on Oct. 6 with a morning session from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. and an afternoon session from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Both meetings will be at the Sockwell Center, 6301 Chapel Hill Blvd., in Plano. The total bond for all five propositions comes to $1,495,638,000. This will go toward a variety of efforts including enhancement of school safety, needed renovations to existing facilities and the addition of new facilities, some offering more educational options for students and others to allow the district to hold events at no cost and bring in additional funds that will further enhance the district. view article  arw

Killeen ISD Police introduce new K-9 officer

September 3008:25 AM

The Killeen Independent School District’s Police Department is proud to introduce the newest member of its department! The public got to meet K-9 Geri (pronounced “Gary”) on Thursday morning. The district says Geri is a two-year-old Belgian Malinois, and is dual trained in weapons detection and apprehension. Geri and his handler, Officer Kyle Perrow, have undergone extensive training to learn how to work together as a team – and to detect over 15 different kinds of weapons, explosives, and firearms. The duo has been together for nearly four months, and will continue their training together. view article  arw

Little Elm ISD passes district improvement plan, consent agenda items at Board meeting

September 3008:25 AM

The Little Elm ISD Board of Trustees met Monday, Sept. 19 to discuss several important action items such as the 2022-2023 District Improvement Plan and several consent agenda items including off-campus physical education sites and a security fence at Little Elm High School. The first action item of the night was to consider approval of Personnel Actions Related to DFE (LEGAL). The item was presented by Asheley Brown where she stated that two Little Elm ISD educators failed to comply with the proper resignation procedures. She called on the Board to request that the State Board for Educator Certification pursue sanctions against those educators for abandoning their contracts. The motion passed. view article  arw

Port Isabel: PI-ISD propositions for swim facility

September 3008:25 AM

On Tuesday, Nov. 8, citizens of South Padre Island and Cameron county, will be able to perform their civic duty and vote in the 2022 general elections. Many issues are up for decisions on both ballots. For South Padre Island they are having a special election during their uniform November election cycle. During the year 2022 city council member Lydia Caballero resigned from her position due to health reasons. Her term was set to end in 2023, so a special election was called in order to fill the position for the rest of its term. The two candidates for the position are Reese Lengston and Hector Ramos. view article  arw

La Joya ISD students awarded $100 gift cards for perfect attendance

September 3008:25 AM

A group of 50 students with the La Joya Independent School District were rewarded for their perfect attendance. The students were given $100 dollar gift cards by Academy Sports and Outdoors for having perfect attendance and passing grades for the first three weeks of the school year. Some students said they plan to use the cash to make the school day a little easier. “With the gift card, I plan on buying a duffle bag actually for JROTC so I can be able to carry all my equipment without hurting my hands,” Juarez-Lincoln High School senior Maritza Caldera said. The gift card awards were part of Academy's effort to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month. view article  arw