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Vacant Edgewood ISD ; Search by: Arrow Education Services IncINFO
Vacant Pleasant Grove ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services, IncINFO
Vacant Hardin-Jefferson ISD ; Search by: Region 5 ESC adINFO
Vacant Holland ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Whitewright ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Santa Rosa ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Whitney ISD; Search By: Whitney ISD School Board adINFO
Vacant Henderson ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Silsbee ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Spring Hill ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Point Isabel ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Yorktown ISD; Search by: Yorktown ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
Vacant Plains ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass adINFO
Vacant Fairfield ISD; Search by: Fairfield ISD Board of Trustees INFO
Vacant Italy ISD; Search by: Italy ISD School Board of Trustees adINFO
Vacant Corrigan- Camden ISD; Search by: DRV Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Pettus ISD ; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Trevino Russo & Kyle P.C. & Educational Consultant Dr. Ann DixonINFO
Vacant Alvin ISD; Search by: Thompson & Horton LLP AdINFO
Vacant Hawley ISD; Search by: ​CCR Educational Consultants adINFO
Vacant Hermleigh ISD; Search by: CCR Educational Consultants adINFO
Vacant Onalaska ISD; Search by: Onalaska ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
Vacant Stamford ISD; Search by: Ronnie Kincaid adINFO
Vacant Buna ISD; Search by: ​Region 5 ESC adINFO
Vacant Houston ISD; Search by: Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates adINFO
Vacant Cleveland ISD ; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Carthage ISD - John Wink , Superintendent ,​Blue Ridge ISD ; Search by: Arrow Educational Services, Inc.INFO
Lone Finalist Cisco ISD; Dr. Ryan Stelle, Assistant Superintendent of Brookshire Royal ISD; Search by: Region 14 ESC InfoINFO
Lone Finalist Mt. Vernon ISD - Jason McCullough , Deputy Executive Director ​,Region 8 ESC; Search by: Education Solutions and Services infoINFO
Lone Finalist Wolfe City ISD - Anthony Figueroa , Principal ,Blue Ridge High School; Search By: Education Solutions and Services InfoINFO
Lone Finalist Santa Maria ISD - Mr. Martin Cuellar , Superintendent ,Progreso ISD; Search by: O'Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo InfoINFO
Lone Finalist Ben Bolt-Palito Blanco ISD - Dr. Mike A. Barrera , Asst. Supt. for Operations ,McAllen ISD; Search by: O'Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo infoINFO
Lone Finalist Dickinson ISD - Carla Voelkel , Deputy Superintendent of Educational Services ​,Dickinson ISD; Search by: Dickinson ISD Board of Trustees InfoINFO
Lone Finalist Roby CISD - Keith Cook , High School Principal ,Bangs ISD; Search by: Roby CISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Lone Finalist South San Antonio ISD - Dr. Alexandro M. Flores , Superintendent ,Palacios ISD; Search by: JG Consulting adINFO
Lone Finalist Balmorhea ISD - John Massey , Former Superintendent ,Dalhart ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Lone Finalist South Texas ISD - Dr. Marco Antonio Lara Jr. , Deputy Director ,Educational Service Center Region 1; Search by: Walsh, Gallegos, Treviño, Russo, Kyle P.C. and Mr. Gary Patterson INFO
Lone Finalist Carrizo Springs CISD - Alberto Gonzales , Interim Superintendent ,Carrizo Springs CISD; Search by: J. Cruz & Associates adINFO
Lone Finalist Loraine ISD - Dustin Anders , Principal ,Loraine ISD; Search by: Region 14 adINFO
Lone Finalist Albany ISD - Jonathan Scott , Principal ,Nancy Smith Elementary School- Albany ISD; Search by: Albany ISD Board of School Trustees adINFO
Lone Finalist Darrouzett ISD - Dr. Deidre Parish , Adjunct Professor ,University of North Texas; Search By: Region 16 ESC adINFO
Lone Finalist Bryson ISD - Greg London , Principal ,Stamford ISD; Search by: Region 9 ESCINFO
New Super Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD  - Jose Cervantes , Superintendent ,La Villa ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services infoINFO
New Super Desoto ISD - D'Andre Weaver , Community Superintendent,Spring Branch ISD; Search by: JG Consulting adINFO
New Super Odem-Edroy ISD - Yolanda L. Carr;  Search by: Walsh Gallegos, Trevino, Russo, Kyle and Dr. Ann DixonINFO
New Super New Boston ISD; Brian Bobbitt; Superintendent of Malta ISD; Search by: New Boston ISD Board of Trustees InfoINFO
New Super Goodrich ISD - Dr. Bryan Taulton , High School Principal ,Hardin ISD; Search by: Goodrich ISD School Board adINFO
New Super Kennedale ISD - Chad Gee , Superintendent ​,Yorktown ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Kingsville ISD - Elida Bera , Deputy Superintendent ,Judson ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Mabank ISD - Lee Joffre , Superintendent ,Italy ISD; Search by: Jim Dunlap - Click Here for Application InstructionsINFO
New Super Liberty Hill ISD - Steve Snell , Superintendent ,Spring Hill ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Hull-Daisetta ISD - Tim Bartram , Superintendent ,​Aspermont ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Kilgore ISD - Andy Baker , Superintendent ,Edgewood ISD-Van Zandt County; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services INFO
New Super San Saba ISD - Wayne Kelly , Superintendent ​,Agua Dulce ISD; Search by: Region 15 ESC adINFO
New Super Damon ISD - David Hayward , ​Principal ,Moulton ISD ; Search by: Education Solutions and Services adINFO
New Super Palacios ISD - Missy Glenn , Deputy Superintendent ,Kennedale ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services ​adINFO

Northeast Texas lawmakers optimistic as 86th Legislature opens with focus on school funding, tax reform

January 1808:30 AM

Northeast Texas lawmakers were optimistic Thursday, a little more than a week after the 86th Legislature had opened, noting a two-pronged focus on elevated education spending and property tax reform set by the three top leaders in Austin. “Honestly, I think we are so much further along in the budgetary process than in any session since I’ve been here,” said state Rep. Travis Clardy, R-Nacogdoches, who is entering his fourth legislative session in the Capitol. view article  arw

Central Texas schools help families affected by government shutdown

January 1808:30 AM

Some Central Texas school districts are stepping up to help families affected by government shutdown. The Midway ISD is now offering students whose parents are furloughed or working without pay an opportunity to sign up for free lunches. Midway ISD Food Service Director Colton Lawrence is encouraging parents to reapply if they have been affected by the government shutdown. view article  arw

Ropes ISD School Teacher Dies in Tragic Car Accident

January 1808:30 AM

A 2nd grade teacher at Ropes ISD has been killed in a deadly one-vehicle accident. KAMC News reports that a 15-year-old driving a pickup east on FM 1585 in Hockley County fell asleep at the wheel at Hummingbird Road and drifted toward a ditch. The teen woke up and over-corrected, causing the vehicle to flip. view article  arw

Here’s how the Remind service disruption for Verizon Wireless customers will impact Conroe ISD

January 1808:30 AM

Starting Jan. 28, Verizon Wireless customers will no longer receive text notifications from Remind, an app that more than 7 million educators, students and parents use to communicate for educational purposes, free of charge, according to the Remind website. view article  arw

Facebook: How Much Do You Want the World to See?

January 1808:30 AM

Facebook burst onto the scene about 15 years ago, and people have been sharing every tiny little detail about themselves ever since. Only in the last few years has an awareness developed that maybe we shouldn’t be sharing so much information about ourselves. In some cases, the damage is done. People have been hacked, have lost their jobs, and some have lost their lives because of a Facebook post. However, the number of active Facebook users continues to rise, now over 1 billion. Facebook doesn’t appear to be going away, so how can we navigate these seemingly uncharted waters? There are two main areas to look for when dealing with Facebook. The first is privacy. How much information are you putting on Facebook? Who gets to view that information? Is any of that information sensitive data? The second area is reputation. Are you posting that drunk photo of you at your friend’s bachelorette party? Will your employer see the picture you are about to post? Is what you are about to post going to endanger your job or your safety in any way? This world is about how to navigate Facebook in a world where everyone seems to be posting every little tiny detail about themselves. Facebook itself is not an evil. Like all tools, is how it is used that matters. view article  arw

School closing due to 20 percent of student body having flu, strep throat

January 1808:30 AM

Westphalia ISD is set to close on Thursday and Friday due to a large percentage of students that have the flu or strep throat. According to the district, the student holiday on Monday will allow five days for the illness to hopefully decrease significantly. There will be extensive cleaning of all facilities and buses that will be done during the break. view article  arw

Texans eager for changes to property tax system as session begins

January 1808:30 AM

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Lieutenant Gov. Dan Patrick made it clear during their inauguration ceremony this week: state leaders intend to make changes to the property tax systems in Texas. "We already knew in our heart and our soul what people wanted us to do, but we heard it loudly and clearly, and that was reform property taxes so they could live in their homes and own their own businesses," Patrick said Tuesday during his inaugural address after being sworn in for his second term. "This session, we must finally rein in skyrocketing property taxes in Texas," Abbott said during his speech on a chilly January morning. view article  arw

Floydada ISD debuts rendering of new campus, football stadium

January 1808:30 AM

The Floydada Independent School District has released a video that shows what the upcoming secondary campus and football stadium will look like. The bond for the new facilities, which was passed in May of 2017, allowed the acquisition of new land to build a new school school, Gilbert Trevino, Floydada’s superintendent told KCBD NewsChannel 11 in a February 2017 interview. This would mean demolishing the more than 60-year-old building and building a facility which will house grades 6-12. view article  arw

New Carthage ISD superintendent John Wink welcomed at reception

January 1808:29 AM

Carthage ISD held a reception to welcome John Wink as their new superintendent Wednesday afternoon. Wink spent time meeting and talking to members of the community who attended. During the reception, he voiced his excitement to join the district. view article  arw

Superintendent Search: Buna ISD Hires Region 5 ESC to Conduct Search

January 1808:29 AM

 Buna ISD Board of Trustees voted to hire Region 5 ESC to conduct a search for a new superintendent. Details and updates will appear on our search page as things progress.


January 1808:25 AM

The Legislature has ended our second week of session, and we will continue to pick up the pace as the long race ahead continues. Here are five things happening at your Capitol this week: view article  arw

Waco ISD reduces amount of schools failing to meet state standards

January 1808:25 AM

According to a new report, the Waco Independent School District has reduced the amount of schools failing to meet state standards from six to one. The Texas Academic Performance Report measures the sucess of Texas school districts. In 2018, Waco ISD saw several schools needing improvement or face closure. view article  arw

Cool at School: Hendrickson High School BBQ Team Qualifies for State Competition

January 1808:25 AM

BBQ is just about as Texas as you can get. High school students at Hendrickson High of Pflugerville ISD have qualified for the Texas High School BBQ Championship in May. It's common to see pits smoking outside the ag department on campus. Senior Tyler Wood is the veteran of this state qualifying cooking team, "BBQ is a Texas tradition. It's something we've always had, and something that we will always have. It's something I grew up on and I just enjoy it," he said. Audrey Harris joined the BBQ group this year. All she's learned here, helps her outside of school, "Before I just watched but now I am actually helping get in there, learn new things from my father also," she said. view article  arw

Worker falls 25 feet after scaffolding collapses at Katy ISD construction site

January 1808:25 AM

A worker fell 25 feet after a scaffolding collapsed at a new Katy ISD high school construction site. The man suffered a broken leg and was flown to a hospital for treatment, according to the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office. Major Chad Norvell said this happened Thursday afternoon at Fulshear Bend and Cross Creek Bend Lane. view article  arw

Waxahachie ISD trustees approve ‘share tables’ to benefit hungry students

January 1808:25 AM

The Waxahachie ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved an initiative to provide an extra serving to students in the lunchroom. And they’ll do it free of charge. Child Nutrition Director Kam Bridgers presented her effort to provide more food options to students in the lunchroom through “share tables.” This process allows students to donate unwanted, unopened and non-hazardous food and beverages during meal services. Any menu item that is pre-packaged, unopened or has a peel can be placed on the share table. Some examples were milk, juice, fruit cup, yogurt, muffin and whole fruits. view article  arw

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Eichelbaum Wardell Hansen Powell & Mehl, P.C.

Construction Essentials Webinar Workshops

February 2019

If your district wants to build, you need to start out with the right foundation. How can you obtain valuable construction insight without leaving your office? Join Eichelbaum Wardell Hansen Powell & Mehl, P.C. for our timely Construction Essentials Workshop webinar sessions.


Attend these one hour webinar sessions from the comfort of your desk or conference room. You can participate by yourself or share the sessions with others in your district. All you need is a computer, an internet connection and a telephone.


All sessions will be presented by David P. Hansen.


Webinar Series Descriptions

  • 10 Things You Need To Know Before You Build - In this training you will learn about bond publicity, seeking architects and taking the steps that will allow you to hit the ground running once you pass your bond. Remember - in construction, time really is money.
  • What Can I Expect From My Architect? - Learn what your architect can and should do for you. From pre-bond planning through final payment, the possibilities may surprise you.
  • What Can I Expect From My Contractor? - Learn about the role of the contractor in the Construction Manager at Risk, Construction Manager-Agent and General Contractor methods of delivery.
  • Listen Up Contractor! I've Got Something To Say - Learn 5 things you can do when your project starts to head south.


Registration Details

$150 per session

$450 for all four sessions

Prices are per computer


For more information and to register online, please visit www.edlaw.com

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K-12 schools need to help reach state education goal

January 1808:25 AM

Kindergarten through 12th-grade education has to do a better job of ensuring that Texas reaches its goal of having at least 60 percent of its residents 25 to 34 earn a certificate or degree by 2020, Commissioner of Higher Education Raymund Paredes said in a media teleconference Wednesday. Under the completion goal of 60x30TX, the target for the percentage of students who enroll in higher education directly from high school is 65 percent by 2030. The state is currently at 52.3 percent, a slight increase after a two-year decline, Paredes said. The 2020 target is 58 percent and the 2025 target is 61 percent. view article  arw

Bill filed by Sen. Jane Nelson would raise teacher pay

January 1808:25 AM

Teachers across the state might see a bump in their salaries starting in September. Sen. Jane Nelson, R-Flower Mound, filed a bill Tuesday that would increase every full-time classroom teacher’s salary by $5,000, according to a news release. As both chairwoman of the Senate Finance Committee and a member of the Legislative Budget Board, Nelson is partly responsible for drafting the annual appropriations bill. view article  arw

Fort Bend ISD board examines proposed early college programs

January 1808:25 AM

Three new programs aimed at providing postsecondary opportunities for Fort Bend ISD high school students were reviewed by the ISD’s board of trustees at its called meeting Jan. 14. The district is in the planning stages of implementing an early college high school program at Marshall High School and pathways in technology programs at Hightower and Willowridge high schools to begin at the start of the 2019-20 school year. If approved, ninth-graders entering the program will have an opportunity to earn college credit toward an associate degree, a two-year postsecondary certificate or industry certification while also earning their high school diploma. view article  arw

Beaumont ISD approves charter operators to take over three ‘failing’ schools

January 1808:20 AM

The Beaumont school board approved to create a partnership with charter operators to run three schools in danger of closing due to 'low performance'. The school district had over 30 programs express interest in taking over Fehl-Price elementary, Jones-Clark Elementary and Smith Middle School. view article  arw

New Katy superintendent promises to bring fresh eyes to the district after bullying controversy

January 1808:16 AM

After months of searching, Katy ISD has a new leader to replace its superintendent clouded in a bullying allegation controversy. This week, the school board approved Ken Gregorski as its new superintendent. On Thursday, no question was off limits as Eyewitness News got to spend 10 minutes with the new superintendent. view article  arw

Governor Abbot Proclaims Jan. 20-26 “Texas School Choice Week”; Joins Leaders Nationwide in Celebrating Opportunity in Education

January 1808:15 AM

Thanks to a proclamation from Gov. Abbot, Jan. 20-26 has been officially declared School Choice Week in Texas. Gov. Abbot's proclamation joins him with more than a dozen governors and hundreds of city and county leaders nationwide who have issued similar proclamations. School choice supporters have planned 4,927 events and activities across Texas to raise awareness about the educational opportunities parents have, or want to have, for their kids. These events include rallies, roundtable discussions, coffeehouse meet-ups, festivals, school fairs, and more. More than 40,000 events have been independently planned for the week nationwide, raising awareness about opportunity in education. view article  arw

WO-S all-time best winning percentage rings look “snazzy”

January 1808:15 AM

The rings are in for all West Orange-Stark fans and alumni that celebrates the school’s achievement of becoming the winningiest all-time team in the state of Texas by winning percentage. view article  arw

Burton ISD honors trustees in School Board Recognition Month

January 1808:15 AM

Burton ISD is joining the Texas Association of School Boards and other districts across the state to celebrate January’s School Board Recognition Month, which serves to honor the contributions of locally-elected advocates for students and public schools. “School board members tackle a difficult job and shoulder enormous responsibilities. These men and women are elected to establish the policies that provide the framework for our school,” Burton ISD Superintendent Edna Kennedy said. view article  arw

Athens ISD officials hire new athletic director, head football coach

January 1808:15 AM

The word “pedigree” is used liberally in conjunction with Zac Harrell among Texas football aficionados. So when the Athens ISD board of trustees confirmed his position Thursday as the district’s new athletic director and head football coach, the glee was almost palpable. “Coach Harrell has the background and necessary skills to take our athletic programs to new heights,” said Superintendent Blake Stiles. “I can’t wait to get him here working with our athletes. Harrell’s first day on the job — and his first as a head coach — will be Tuesday. He spent the fall semester as the football offensive coordinator at Waxahachie High School. Before that he was on the coaching staffs at Van, Prosper, Sweetwater, Denton Ryan, and Alvarado, mostly as offensive coordinator. view article  arw

Paris ISD sweeps Lamar Soil and Water Conservation District Poster and Essay Contest

January 1808:15 AM

Paris ISD students swept the annual Lamar County Soil and Water Conservation District (LSWCD) Poster and Essay Contest for the fourth year in a row.  LSWCD Vice-President Mike Parsons presented checks to the contest winners.  This year’s theme was Life in Soil: Dig Deeper. In the essay contest, Paris High School seniors Grace Hamm and Marjorie Calderon won 1st and 2nd place respectively (ages 14-18 division) and received $150 and $80. Paris Junior High School 7th grader Luke De la Garza won 1st place (13 and under division) and received $80. view article  arw

Hays County starting them young when it comes to school safety training

January 1808:15 AM

We've all seen the training videos of how we're supposed to react when there's a threat at work. But how do you teach those same concepts to children from pre-k to second grade? Tuesday, first responders and school leaders from across Hays County gathered in Hays CISD to screen a new educational video series produced by Hays County Emergency Management and Texas State University. It's a tool they can use to teach young school children about grown-up survival skills. view article  arw

TAPR provides detailed look at Waco ISD transformation

January 1808:12 AM

In 2017-2018, the Waco Independent School District reduced the number of schools failing to meet state standards from six to one. Now, the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) for 2017-2018 is providing a more detailed look at the data behind this change as well as how the district compares to the rest of the state. view article  arw

Cleveland ISD school bond is inevitable, according to mayor Cohn

January 1808:12 AM

Cleveland Mayor Otis Cohn said he expects that a new school bond could be proposed in the near future during the Cleveland City Council meeting on Jan. 15 at City Hall. Cohn said he has held meetings with Cleveland ISD superintendent Darrell Myers, who announced his retirement this week, about what actions needed to be taken in the future. view article  arw

Furloughed El Paso, Ysleta ISD families can apply for free, reduced meals

January 1808:10 AM

El Paso and Ysleta ISD families affected by the ongoing government shutdown may be eligible for free and reduced-priced school meals. According to EPISD, parents can fill out a new meal application that reflects the current household income. view article  arw

Amarillo ISD announces head volleyball coach put on temporary administrative leave

January 1808:05 AM

The Amarillo Independent School District has issued its own statement after soon-to-be former volleyball coach Kori Clements announced her resignation on Wednesday. view article  arw

Joe’s Commentary: Local Government Debt Reporting

January 1709:00 AM

Debt reporting is required. Public school districts have two choices - publish on your own site or submit it to the Comptroller of Public Accounts for posting. However, I checked some districts and found that not many had followed through with postings on their websites. (Local Government Debt Reporting)

Dissension rules Hays CISD legislative priorities list talks

January 1708:41 AM

For the first time in roughly a decade, Hays CISD leaders adopted a list of priorities they’d like to see state legislators tackle in 2019, but not without debate. Eleven items comprised the district’s list, which was an initiative brought forth by Superintendent Eric Wright, who had accomplished a similar task with previous districts he worked with during state legislative years. Texas lawmakers began the 2019 legislative session in early January. view article  arw

Celebrate School Board Recognition Month in January 2019

January 1708:41 AM

January is a great time to celebrate your hard-working school board members and educate the public about the important role that a school board plays in our communities and schools. Although showing appreciation should be a year-round process, taking advantage of the designated School Board Recognition Month assures that these important people receive some of the thanks they deserve. view article  arw

Abbott And Patrick Prioritize School Finance Reform And Property Taxes

January 1708:40 AM

Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick were sworn in to office this week and it was a far cry from the last legislative session. Gone are the divisive social issues of the past—replaced by more funding for schools and property tax reform. view article  arw

How are Texas lawmakers planning to spend billions to improve schools? Here’s the breakdown

January 1708:40 AM

The House and Senate revealed different priorities in the tentative state budgets their GOP leaders unveiled this week. Here are the highlights: view article  arw