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Vacant Chapel HIll ISD
(Titus County); Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
Vacant Hallsville ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
Vacant Martin's Mill ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
Vacant Bridge City ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational ServicesINFO
Vacant Mullin ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.C. (search suspended)INFO
Vacant Rocksprings ISD; Search by: Larry Taylor and the Rocksprings ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant Region One ESC Executive Director; Search by: Region One ESC Board of DirectorsINFO
Vacant Lone Oak ISD; ​Search by: Lone Oak ISD Board of Trustess & Interim Supt. Eddie WhiteINFO
Vacant New Caney ISD; Search by: Search by: Karczewski Bradshaw SpaldingINFO
Vacant Natalia ISD; Search by: Dr. Lana Collavo and Natalia ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant United ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant Midlothian ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C.INFO
Vacant Chico ISD; Search by: Chico ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant Cotulla ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant Floresville ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C.INFO
Vacant Granger ISD; Search by: Randy Willis & Dr. Rich ElsasserINFO
Vacant Mexia ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.CINFO
Vacant D'Hanis ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C.INFO
Vacant Era ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.CINFO
Vacant Highland ISD; Search by: Ronnie KincaidINFO
Vacant Tahoka ISD; Search by Region 17 ESC Dr. Kyle WargoINFO
Vacant Sonora ISD; Search by: Region 15 ESCINFO
Vacant Marshall ISD; Search by: Thomposon & Horton LLP - Mike Moses, David Thompson & Alfred RayINFO
Vacant Taft ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant Lancaster ISD; Search by: O’Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo in conjunction with Dr. Daniel King and Dr. Abelardo SaavedraINFO
Vacant Crosbyton CISD; Search by: Crosbyton CISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant Monte Alto ISD; Search by: O’Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo in conjunction with Dr. Daniel King and Dr. Abelardo SaavedraINFO
Vacant Jayton-Girard ISD; Search by Region 17 ESC, Dr. Kyle WargoINFO
Vacant Ricardo ISD; Fountainhead Education, Don Jones, Ed.D., ConsultantINFO
Vacant Fort Stockton ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant Banquete ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
Vacant Midland Academy Charter School; Search by: Region 15 ESCINFO
Vacant Claude ISD; Search by: Claude ISD Board of Trustees & Region 16INFO
Lone Finalist Reagan County ISD - Eric Hallmark, Assistant Superintendent,Reagan County ISD; Search by: Region 18 ESC, Dr. Dewitt SmithINFO
Lone Finalist Industrial ISD; Search by: Region 3 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Italy ISD - Rachel L. Kistner, Exec. Dir. Special Services,Burleson ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C.INFO
New Super Hardin ISD - Scott Mackey, Elementary Principal,Hudson ISD; Search by: Hardin ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
New Super Milano ISD - Dr. Elisabeth Avila Luevano, University Director; Search by: Milano ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
New Super Glen Rose ISD - Trig Overbo, Superintendent,Jayton-Girard ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services adINFO
New Super Midland ISD - Dr. Angelica Ramsey, Superintendent,Valley School Dist. Camarillo, California; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C.INFO

Bullard Independent School District, TX—Moody’s upgrades to Aa3 on Bullard ISD, TX’s GOULT; assigns Aa3 issuer rating

February 2408:25 AM

Rating Action: Moody's upgrades to Aa3 on Bullard ISD, TX's GOULT; assigns Aa3 issuer ratingGlobal Credit Research - 23 Feb 2021New York, February 23, 2021 -- Moody's Investors Service has upgraded the rating to Aa3 from A1 on Bullard Independent School District, TX's general obligation unlimited tax (GOULT) bonds. Moody's has also assigned a Aa3 issuer rating to the district. The issuer rating reflects the district's ability to repay debt and debt-like obligations without consideration of any pledge, security, or structural features. This rating action concludes a review for possible upgrade initiated on January 26, 2021 in conjunction with the release of the US K-12 Public School Districts methodology.  view article  arw

Killeen ISD releases back to school plan following winter storm

February 2408:25 AM

KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) - Killeen ISD is still planning to return to instruction on Thursday, February 25, 2021. Three campuses will have amended return to instruction plans. Tonight the Board of Trustees amended the 20-21 Academic Calendar for the remainder of the year. The following information was shared with parents and employees: The progress made to our facilities over the last 24 hours has been substantial, however our ability to reopen campuses is now largely dependent on our access to water. At this time, we are still preparing for students to engage in learning on Thursday, February 25, 2021. If enough boil orders are lifted by tomorrow, all but one campus (Skipcha Elementary) will be open to students. We appreciate your continued flexibility as we navigate this unprecedented situation. view article  arw

Current Black History Maker: Dallas Educator, Eric Hale

February 2408:25 AM

One man who continues making history in North Texas says he's just beginning to fulfill his mission: Getting more black male teachers in the classroom not just here at home, but across the country. Eric Hale made history in September after he was named Texas Teacher of the Year, one of a number of accolades that he has received over the past several months. This one, though, is particularly special because he's the first Black man to ever receive the award in the state of Texas. Hale says he wants to use this platform to get more black men in the classroom. view article  arw

Bowie residents eligible for FEMA aid

February 2408:25 AM

Bowie County is among more than 30 Texas counties added Monday to a list of those whose residents can apply for individual federal disaster relief after last week's winter storms. view article  arw

Winter storms cause massive damage to local schools, disrupt food services as inventory spoils

February 2408:25 AM

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Schools across Central Texas are cleaning up the mess left behind by the historic winter freeze. Like homes, these campuses suffered extensive damage from busted pipes and the long-term power outage.  Most districts KXAN spoke to said they were unable to assess the magnitude of the issues until Friday when the weather passed and the roads were travelable. When school officials did finally make entry, many saw widespread problems, mostly related to pipes bursting and water flooding indoors. view article  arw

Schools on top of storm repairs

February 2408:25 AM

Ector County ISD, Odessa College and University of Texas Permian Basin are assessing damage and making repairs to their buildings in the wake of last week’s frigid temperatures, burst pipes, power outages, snow and ice. ECISD Public Information Officer Mike Adkins said to get ready for Monday’s classes, repairs were made at 21 campuses/facilities, two of which were roof leaks. Nineteen were waterline breaks or leaks and the roof repairs necessary to open schools have been made. Adkins said there were also 14 classrooms were directly impacted by water leaks or breaks and the estimated cost is $15,7000. However, most of the work was done in house. view article  arw

Corpus Christi ISD forms committee to map out its District of Innovation strategy

February 2408:25 AM

Corpus Christi ISD has taken the next step toward becoming a District of Innovation by establishing a committee to develop a local innovation plan for the 2021-2022 school year. The CCISD Board of Trustees approved forming the committee during its meeting Monday. A District of Innovation gives traditional independent school districts most of the flexibilities available to Texas’ open-enrollment charter schools. Some of the flexibilities include a set school start date and class-size ratios. view article  arw

Impact of recent winter weather on two Texoma school districts

February 2408:25 AM

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Students across Texas may have returned to the classroom on Monday, but some Texoma districts still find themselves picking up the pieces from last week’s winter storms. School districts across Texas canceled the majority of classes during the winter storm. Some districts like City View Independent School Dist view article  arw

Teachers key to COVID-19 infections in 1 district, CDC study finds

February 2408:25 AM

ATLANTA -- A new study finds that teachers may be more important drivers of COVID-19 transmission in schools than students. The paper released Monday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention studies nine COVID-19 transmission clusters in elementary schools in the Atlanta suburb of Marietta in December and January. That included one cluster where 16 teachers, students and relatives of students at home were infected.    (23) view article  arw

Harlandale ISD trustee dies caught in statewide dialysis crisis

February 2408:22 AM

The cause of death is still pending, but the family of 61-year-old Zeke Mendoza, a Harlandale ISD trustee, said they believe a total of four hours of dialysis during two visits weren’t enough to save his life. Nancy Camarillo, his niece and the family spokesperson, said Mendoza would usually go to dialysis four times a week for up to five hours each session. view article  arw

Pay It Forward: Giving back to a Lubbock ISD teacher

February 2408:20 AM

This week, Westex Federal Credit Union stopped by Lubbock ISD’s Wolffarth Elementary School to surprise one of its teachers. Melissa Catano nominated her daughter, Vanessa for this Week’s Pay It Forward. “She is so devoted to her students and she sincerely cares about each one of her students and goes above and beyond to fill that need,” said Melissa. “Vanessa believes in her students and she has high expectations for each and every student to succeed in her classroom and outside of her classroom. She does everything power to help her students.” view article  arw

Leander ISD classes to resume Feb. 24 after storm left several campuses damaged

February 2408:20 AM

Leander ISD will return to in-person and virtual learning Feb. 24 after eight days of canceled school days due to the winter storm. Students at Giddens Elementary, Mason Elementary, Steiner Ranch Elementary and Running Brushy Middle schools will learn virtually starting Feb. 22. Families at these four schools will be updated Feb. 24 for learning plans for the following week, LISD said. view article  arw

Killeen ISD Board of Trustees votes to amend academic calendar to make up for winter weather days

February 2408:20 AM

The Killeen ISD Board of Trustees has voted to amend the current academic calendar after severe winter weather and its subsequent effects forced the district to remain closed for an extended period of time. As of Tuesday, February 23, the district is preparing for students to return to instruction on Thursday, February 25. If enough boil orders are lifted by Wednesday, Killeen ISD says all campuses but Skipcha Elementary will open to students. view article  arw

Killeen ISD Board of Trustees votes to amend academic calendar to make up for winter weather days

February 2408:20 AM

The Killeen ISD Board of Trustees has voted to amend the current academic calendar after severe winter weather and its subsequent effects forced the district to remain closed for an extended period of time. As of Tuesday, February 23, the district is preparing for students to return to instruction on Thursday, February 25. If enough boil orders are lifted by Wednesday, Killeen ISD says all campuses but Skipcha Elementary will open to students. view article  arw

Fort Bend ISD approves 2021-22 school calendar

February 2408:20 AM

The Fort Bend ISD board of trustees approved the school calendar for the 2021-22 school year during its Feb. 22 meeting. The start date for students is Aug. 11, and the last of school is May 26. Additionally, the calendar retains a traditional holiday schedule with weeklong Thanksgiving and spring breaks and two weeks for winter break, according to district documents.

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Construction Procurement 4-Part Webinar Series

March-April 2021

The Rise of the Procurist

If you only attend one construction procurement series this year, this is the one to choose. This training will elevate your purchasing competence and confidence. Whether you are new to construction procurement or it has been a while since your last project, you will get the foundation you need to succeed. Ask around, if you are a beginner and come to this training, you will leave with the tools needed to confidently hire the Architects, Contractors, and Construction Managers you need to build your project. If you are an experienced purchasing pro, you will reinforce your knowledge, spackle the holes in your knowledge, and learn new strategies to negotiate value and security into you contracts.


In the past, we have done this as an all-day session. This time around we will present the training in four parts. If you cannot make it on each of the dates, do not worry! You will be able to watch the recorded sessions at your convenience.


Each session will be held from 10 am – 12 pm on the following dates:


The Foundation (March 19, 2021) 
In this session we will cover pre-bond planning, political advertising, architect requirements and engineer requirements, how to navigate the legal framework for construction procurement under the Texas Education Code, the Occupations Code and the Texas Government Code, the “emergency exception,” delegation of authority by the board of trustees, how to pick a delivery method for your project, the fundamental features of each delivery method, contractor selection strategies, and hiring the architect.


The Nitty Gritty Details (March 26, 2021) 
In this session we will cover selection criteria to use in hiring a contractor, useful strategies to adopt and pitfalls to avoid in choosing selection criteria, hiring the architect part II, the things that are frequently forgotten, including the prevailing wage rate, design certification requirements, educational programming and educational specifications requirements, building codes and code consultant requirements, payment and performance bonds, advertising, and your contract documents.


Ready for Take Off-Part 1 (April 9, 2021) 
In this session we put the Foundation together with the Nitty Gritty Details and take you step by step through the legal requirements for procuring a Design Build Firm, the use and limitations of the Competitive Bid, and hiring a General Contractor or multiple contractors using the Competitive Sealed Proposal method of delivery. We will compare and contrast Competitive Bidding and Competitive Sealed Proposals and begin a comparison of General Contracting and Construction Management at Risk. For each method we will discuss the unique problems that arise with each method and techniques that will give you the best chance to avoid those problems to keep your project on track.


Ready for Take Off-Part 2 (April 16, 2021)
In this session we put the Foundation together with the Nitty Gritty Details and take you step by step through the legal requirements for procuring a Construction Manager at Risk and a Construction Manager - Agent. Here we will compare and contrast these two types of Construction Managers and engage in an in-depth discussion of the similarities and significant differences between the two. We will also highlight the substantial differences between general contractors and construction managers at risk. In addition, we will discuss job-order contracting and its unique characteristics. For each method of delivery, we will discuss the unique problems that can arise with each method and you will learn techniques that will give you the best chance of keeping your project on the road to success.


All sessions will be recorded. All attendees will receive links to the recordings after each session. 


Who Should Attend?
If you play any role in the purchase of construction services, this training is for you. Superintendents, CFOs, Assistant Superintendents, District Construction Professionals, Board Members, Purchasing and Procurement Managers, Coordinators, Agents, Specialists, Directors, Contract Coordinators, Business Managers, Bond Professionals, Controllers, Auditors, Buyers, Finance Directors, Facilities Directors, Business Services and Operations Directors, Accounting Directors, and Accountants have given top ratings to this training.


This training will be conducted by David P. Hansen, shareholder and editor of School Construction Basics Digital Manual and E-Book.


A word about the title. . . .


The Story

Meet Ted Brown. After 11 years of trying, Ted’s new employer, the Rascal Independent School District, just passed its 375-million-dollar bond. Ted has a little experience and training in construction procurement, but now he takes on full responsibility for procuring 375 million dollars in projects. Impossible odds transform Ted into "The Procurist."


Meet Ted's boss, Mr. Speed Damone, who has a fondness for speed, thrift, and bids. The bond has everything in it from high schools to concession stands and it’s up to The Procurist and his team of experts [YOU] to keep him out of hot water with Speed and to uphold the law.


Registration Fee
$300 per person



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Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, Carroll ISD assess weather damage to schools

February 2408:20 AM

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD and Carroll ISD have welcomed the majority of their students back to in-person classes even though many campuses suffered damage as a result severe weather that prompted a weeklong closure. Here are the latest updates. view article  arw

Killeen ISD waits to confirm Thursday back to school date

February 2408:19 AM

At the beginning of the week, Killeen Independent School District was still working to get access to drinking water, as well as water for restrooms, cooking and district-wide fire suppression systems. The district initially said it wouldn't be able to reopen campuses until Thursday. view article  arw

Central Texas schools cleaning up, making repairs after winter storms

February 2405:00 AM

Most school districts suffered some damage last week. Several districts, like Round Rock and Leander, were hit hard.  AUSTIN, Texas — Schools across Central Texas are still cleaning up from the winter storms.  Most school districts suffered some damage last week. Several districts, like Round Rock and Leander, were hit hard.  Leander ISD has four schools that will not open at all this week because the cleanup continues there. Those include Giddens Elementary School, Running Brushy Middle School, Steiner Ranch Elementary School and Mason Elementary School. view article  arw

Some North Texas schools won’t be ready to reopen this week because of winter storm damage

February 2311:15 AM

After dispatching work crews to mend burst pipes and broken boilers, North Texas school leaders say they will soon reopen many of the buildings that were badly damaged in last week’s winter storm.  Still, many students won’t be returning to campus until at least Wednesday as their communities continue to recover from the devastation of widespread power outages and water damage. view article  arw

Neches ISD extends contract of indicted principal

February 2308:41 AM

Neches Independent School District's Board of Trustees voted Monday, Feb. 22 to extend the contract of Kimberlyn Snider, the Neches Elementary School Principal recently indicted on charges of tampering with evidence and official oppression after an investigation of a sexual assault of a child. Neches tax payers and citizens gathered together again at the Neches High School to voice their opinions and concerns with regard to Snider, the Neches Elementary School Principal and wife of Neches ISD Superintendent Randy Snider. After a two hour closed session, the school board came back with a vote to approve Snider's contract with only one board member, Trish Davilla, opposing the decision. view article  arw

“Power companies get exactly what they want”: How Texas repeatedly failed to protect its power grid against extreme weather

February 2308:40 AM

Texas regulators and lawmakers knew about the grid’s vulnerabilities for years, but time and again they furthered the interests of large electricity providers. view article  arw

English announces plans for reelection to LEISD Board of Trustees

February 2308:40 AM

DeLeon English, a trustee on the Little Elm ISD Board of Trustees, announced his plans to run for reelection on Place 4 in the May 1 election. Below is his press release: Today, I am excited to announce my re-election candidacy for Little Elm ISD School Board, Place 4, to our district constituents. I am humbled and honored by the support received as a Little Elm ISD Board Trustee. I ask for your support and vote in this upcoming May election. The Lobo family is vibrant, dynamic, and exciting. Since 2014, many things have changed, but my core focus stays the same for the success of the students in our district. As a trustee, I am committed to ensuring academic achievement, operational transparency, financial stability, and educator and student advocacy. view article  arw

242 new COVID-19 cases reported in Cy-Fair ISD schools Feb. 8-21

February 2308:40 AM

Officials in Cy-Fair ISD reported 225 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on campuses from Feb. 8-14, including 58 staff members and 167 students across the district. Another 17 cases were confirmed the week of Feb. 15-21, which consisted of one professional day for staff members and a full week of closures for students due to inclement weather. This brings the district’s total number of cases reported since the start of the 2020-21 school year to 3,144. As of Feb. 22, CFISD reported 51 active cases and 3,093 recoveries. Bridgeland High School was the campus with the highest number of new cases confirmed in the past two weeks with seven employees and 26 students. view article  arw

Neches ISD school board extends contract of principal arrested for allegedly hindering investigation into sexual assault of child

February 2308:40 AM

NECHES, Texas (KLTV) - The Neches ISD school board met in executive session Monday night to discuss whether or not to renew the contract of the Neches ISD elementary school principal for another academic year. The board went into executive session at 7:10 p.m., and emerged at 9 p.m. with the decision to extend the contract of Kimberlyn Snider for another year. Only one board member opposed the contract extension. Snider was on a two-year contract set to expire June 30, 2022. It will now expire on June 30, 2023. The board said the motion was based on current job performance. view article  arw

Comal ISD closes school due to weather damage, says drinking water at some schools unsafe

February 2308:40 AM

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – Most Comal ISD students returned to school as usual Monday, except for those at one elementary school. According to the district, Specht Elementary school had enough water damage from last week’s freeze to force the students and staff out. Starting Thursday, students at the school will be moved to four other district schools until repairs are finished. Superintendent Andrew Kim said some schools even sustained damaged HVAC units, gym floors and classrooms. Some will be addressed quickly, while others could take a while. view article  arw

Spring ISD will not resume normal operations until Feb. 25; district cites winter storm damage to facilities

February 2308:40 AM

Following a week of closures due to severe winter weather, Spring ISD will not return to normal operations until Thursday, Feb. 25, district officials announced Feb. 19. According to the letter from SISD Superintendent Rodney Watson, which was sent to district families and staff Feb. 19, the decision to delay returning to campus was made to allow families and employees more recovery time, while also allowing time for district officials to get campuses repaired for students. view article  arw

West Orange-Cove CISD cancels election

February 2308:40 AM

The West Orange-Cove CISD has canceled the election scheduled to be held on May 1, 2021, as all incumbents are unopposed, the district announced Monday. view article  arw

Pastors for Texas Children   “Make Suitable Provision” for Public Schools!

February 2308:40 AM

After last week's freeze, the Texas Legislature is back to work at the Capitol. Our focus on funding public schools fully and fairly is more important than ever. As you know, our Texas Constitution says in Article 7, Section 1: "A general diffusion of knowledge being essential to the preservation of the liberties and rights of the people, it shall be the duty of the Legislature of the State to establish and make suitable provision for the support and maintenance of an efficient system of public free schools." Here are three ways we can fulfill our constitutional obligation: view article  arw

Here’s How Texans Can Apply For Federal Help To Recover From The Devastating Winter Storm

February 2308:40 AM

Texans in more than 100 counties can begin applying for federal assistance to help them recover from last week's massive winter storm that caused widespread power outages, water disruptions and building damages from burst pipes.  And the number of counties whose residents qualify for such aid could grow "as more work is done to evaluate need," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday.  Gov. Greg Abbott's office announced Monday 31 additional counties whose residents can apply for assistance. That is in addition to the 77 counties President Joe Biden's administration included in a major disaster declaration this weekend. (You can find the counties whose residents can apply here). view article  arw

NICHOLS: Five things happening around your state

February 2308:40 AM

This week has been historic in terms of the severity of the weather across the state. I am praying for the safety of our community and our state. Here are five things happening around your state: 1. Winter weather cripples Texas. A large winter system blew through Texas this week, dropping 6-8 inches of snow and ice in parts of the state and leaving millions without power for days at a time. Freezing temperatures coupled with water and snow on the roads led to iced-out conditions, impassable roads and multiple, lasting road closures. These conditions led to a shutdown of most businesses, including the state Legislature, which canceled all the scheduled hearings this week. Those hearings will be rescheduled at a later date. view article  arw

Lufkin NAACP investigating Lufkin ISD

February 2308:40 AM

The Lufkin branch of the NAACP is investigating allegations of racial discrimination by the Lufkin school district.  The Rev. Sylvester McClain, president of the NAACP’s Lufkin branch, states in a letter to the school district that the organization is looking into allegations of employment discrimination against Black staff, Black students in lack of role models, treatment, funding programs of support for them and disproportionate discipline.  “The discrimination of staff consists of hiring, promotion, demotion, firing and transfer and position placement,” the letter states. “Hiring and placement of Afro-American staff is crucial to providing role models for Afro-American students, the fair treatment, funding and support groups to assist and encourage them.” view article  arw

High school seniors get options to complete End of Course requirements

February 2308:40 AM

High school seniors will have options to complete their End of Course requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Texas Education Agency said seniors must attempt to pass the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR), but there are alternatives for them to still obtain their diplomas if they meet certain requirements. view article  arw

Conroe ISD superintendent tackles pandemic challenges

February 2308:35 AM

When Curtis Null, superintendent of Conroe ISD, took office in 2018, he had no intention of making any huge changes to the already high-functioning, high-ranking school district. His biggest challenge was accommodating the rapid growth in the area. That is, until Covid-19 hit and schools had to flip to virtual learning overnight. “Covid-19 has easily been the biggest challenge,” Null said. “I never thought that we would be dealing with this — or anything — of this magnitude.” view article  arw

Amarillo:  AISD wants to provide students with basic broadband internet

February 2308:30 AM

AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Amarillo ISD wants to provide students with basic broadband internet with the help of the city and Xcel Energy. According to information from today’s AISD board meeting, it would be part of the city’s private network so they can control the density of the users connected. The basic network would block sites such as Netflix and gaming to keep the costs low. view article  arw

Construction of Cypress Springs Elementary is over halfway done

February 2308:30 AM

Cypress Springs Elementary School, the fifth elementary school for Dripping Springs ISD, is more than halfway built. DSISD Director of Facilities and Construction Clint Pruett announced that progress on Cypress Springs' site and utility work is 78% complete, and progress on the school building is 51% complete as of Feb. 12. "We'll be substantially complete this summer, God willing," Pruett said at a Feb. 22 meeting of the DSISD board of trustees. view article  arw