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Vacant Lumberton ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services adINFO
Vacant Big Sandy ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services adINFO
Vacant Blooming Grove ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services adINFO
Vacant Navarro ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C. ​with Dr. Ann DixonINFO
Vacant Quanah ISD; Search By: Education Solutions and Services adINFO
Vacant Farmersville ISD; Search by: Farmersville ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
Vacant Buckholts ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant La Porte ISD; Search by: Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Vacant Celina ISD; Search by: Celina ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
Vacant Trenton ISD - Jeremy Strickland, High School Principal,Trenton ISD; Search by: Trenton ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant Colmesneil ISD; Search by: Wells, Peyton, Greenberg & Hunt LLPINFO
Vacant South San Antonio ISD; Search by: O'Hanlon, Demerath & Castillo & Moak, Casey & AssociatesINFO
Vacant Early ISD; Search By: Region 15 ESCINFO
Vacant Moulton ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Santa Anna ISD; Search By: Region 15 ESCINFO
Vacant Galena Park ISD; Search by DRV Executive Services, Fred Rush & Dale DixonINFO
Vacant Center ISD; Search By Jim Largent, Largent Consulting Services, LLCINFO
Vacant Winona ISD; Search by: Wes Hickey & WISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant Lake Travis ISD; Search By: Lake Travis ISD - Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Vacant Region 7 ESC Executive Director; Search By: Thompson & Horton , LLP - David Thompson and Dr. Mike MosesINFO
Vacant Baird ISD; Region XIV Education Service CenterINFO
Vacant Rosebud-Lott ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Seguin ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Carrizo Springs ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Sealy ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Slaton ISD; Search by: Region 17 ESCINFO
Vacant Ganado ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant Texas City ISD; Search By: Texas City ISD - Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Vacant Weatherford ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.C.INFO
Vacant Region 2 ESC; Search by: O'Hanlon, Demerath & CastilloINFO
Vacant Marathon ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C. ​with Dr. Ann DixonINFO
Vacant Rio Hondo ISD; Search by: Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C. ​with Dr. Ann DixonINFO
Vacant Grand Prairie ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.C.INFO
Vacant Mullin ISD; Search by: Leasor Crass, P.C.INFO
Vacant Marlin ISD; Search by: Educational Solutions and Services, Mike Smith & Letha HopkinsINFO
Vacant Crowell ISD; Search by: Region 9 ESCINFO
Vacant Manor ISD; Search by: O'Hanlon, Demerath & CastilloINFO
Vacant Alba-Golden ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Vacant McCamey ISD; Search by: Ronnie Golson & McCamey ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Vacant Bellevue ISD - Search by: Region 9 ESC; Search by: Region 9 ESCINFO
Vacant Comanche ISD - Search by: Gary Speegle & Comanche ISD Board of Trustees; INFO
Vacant Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD; Search by: O'Hanlon, Demerath & CastilloINFO
Lone Finalist West Sabine ISD - Cristal Joslin, Director of Federal Programs,Jasper ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Wells ISD - Jill Gaston, High School Principal,Wells ISD; Search by: Wells ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
Lone Finalist Belton ISD - Dr. Matthew Smith, Chief of Staff,Leander ISD; Search by: Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Lone Finalist Iredell ISD - Ben Eubanks, Elementary Principal,Hico ISD; Search by: Iredell ISD Board of trustees adINFO
Lone Finalist Winters ISD - Sean Leamon, High School Principal,Sonora ISD; Search by: Ronnie Kincaid adINFO
Lone Finalist Harleton ISD - Jay Ratcliff, Superintendent,Big Sandy ISD; Search by: Harleton ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Lone Finalist Winnsboro ISD - Dave Wilcox, Assistant Superintendent,Atlanta ISD; Search by: Hardy Cook & Hardy, P.C. adINFO
Lone Finalist Jasper ISD - James Seybold, Director of Operaitons,Jasper ISD; Search by: Region 5 ESC adINFO
Lone Finalist Randolph Field ISD - Brian Holt, Superintendent,Booker ISD; Search by: Education Solutions and Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Ector ISD - Jennifer Morris, Elementary Principal,Ector ISD; Search by: ECISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Lone Finalist Borden County ISD - Stephanie Behrens, Assistant Superintendent/Principal,Timpson ISD; Search by: Borden Countiy ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Lone Finalist Frankston ISD - Nicole (Nicci) Cook, Assistant Superintendent,Frankston ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Southside ISD - Rolando Ramirez, Superintendent,Valley View ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Breckenridge ISD - Bryan Allen, Superintendent,Merkel ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
Lone Finalist Smyer ISD - Chris Wade, Superintendent,Ralls ISD; Search by: Region 17 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Sweetwater ISD - Dr. Drew Howard, Dir. of School Governance,Texas Education Agency; Region XIV Education Service CenterINFO
New Super Chireno ISD - Michael Skinner, Secondary Principal,Bartlett ISD; Search by: Largent Consulting LLC adINFO
New Super Brady ISD - Dr. Hector Martinez, Assistant Superintendent,Brownwood ISD; Search by : Region 15 ESC adINFO
New Super San Vicente ISD - Jessica Milam, Superintendent,Utopia ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Goliad ISD - Stacy Ackley, Superintendent,Royal ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Idalou ISD - Robert Gibson, Superintendent,Schleicher County ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Del Valle ISD - Dr. Annette Tielle, Interim Superintendent,Del Valle ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services adINFO
New Super Nacogdoches ISD - Dr. Gabriel A. Trujillo, Area Superintendent,Grapevine ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services adINFO
New Super Bangs ISD - Dr. Joshua Martin, Chief Academic Officer,Farmersville ISD; Search by: Bangs ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
New Super Agua Dulce ISD - Richard Wright, High School Prinicipal,Brooks County ISD; Search by: Agua Dulce ISD Board of Trustees adINFO
New Super Perryton ISD - James Mireles, High School Principal,Perryton ISD; Search By: Region 16 ESCINFO

Waco principal remembered as benevolent mentor, leader

April 0308:40 AM
 

“Mr. Perry will forever be with us,” they scrawled in teal sidewalk chalk in front of G.W. Carver Middle School, where Phillip Perry served almost a year as principal.  Perry died Tuesday morning from COVID-19 complications. His death marks the first in McLennan County resulting from the new coronavirus. As of Thursday, McLennan County reported 48 other COVID-19 cases, including six hospitalized patients, four of whom are in critical condition, according to the Waco-McLennan County Public Health District. view article  arw

Houston eclipses 500 cases and Harris County nears 1,000, as COVID-19’s spread continues

April 0308:40 AM
 

The number of Houstonians and others in the region with COVID-19 continued to climb Thursday, a trend health experts anticipate will continue for weeks if not months until social distancing efforts — hopefully — offer a reprieve.  Local officials remained optimistic that those efforts are proving effective, even if the rising numbers don’t show it yet.  Standing outside a testing center, U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee said she hoped that Houston would provide an example for the country and escape the worsening fates of New York City and New Orleans, where spikes in cases are beginning to overwhelm healthcare systems. view article  arw

Waskom ISD closes school for the remainder of the school year

April 0308:40 AM
 

WASKOM, Texas. - Waskom ISD will close school for the rest of the year. The district's assistant superintendent made the announcement last night.  It’s left a lot of uncertainty for seniors.  "Being able to say my goodbyes, that would have been like really nice and graduation for sure," said Waskom Senior Hannah Speight.  Hannah never thought March 13 would be her last day of school  Turns out, her senior year would be one to remember, but not the way she's always wanted.  "That whole day we spent on March 13, just complaining,” Hannah said. “'Oh they're only going to let us out for one day or a half a day to deep clean. We're so upset.' and then it was like you don't get to come back." view article  arw

Labs are testing 100,000 people each day for the coronavirus. That’s still not enough.

April 0308:36 AM
 

America’s stumbling rollout of testing for the virus that causes COVID-19 significantly slowed the nation’s response.  In the past week, testing has accelerated, and a mix of public and private labs execute more than 100,000 tests per day. Still, experts said, the nation’s patchwork testing system remains uneven, many are denied tests or must wait several days for results as labs struggle to process a growing backlog of tests. “It’s not as if it’s a train running along, as you might’ve heard,” said William Schaffner, a Vanderbilt University School of Medicine professor of preventive medicine and an infectious-disease doctor. “Because testing is restricted still in many parts of the country.” view article  arw

TSTA demands the governor shut down schools for the year, take other steps to protect Texans’ health

April 0308:36 AM
 

The Texas State Teachers Association today demanded that Gov. Greg Abbott order all of Texas’ schools to remain closed for the remainder of the school year and take other steps to protect the health and safety of students, educators, their families and the communities they serve, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to worsen.

Mid-Valley school districts offer drive-up Wi-Fi

April 0308:36 AM
 

With schools around the state closed until at least May 4 due to the coronavirus pandemic, educators have scrambled to keep students learning outside the classroom.  From video chats, to take-home instructional packets, local schools have adapted to the new realities with aplomb. But not all students have equal access to technology or internet connectivity. To help bridge the gap, two Mid-Valley school districts have made drive-up Wi-Fi hotspots available for students who have a device — such as a laptop or tablet — but don’t have home access to the internet. view article  arw

Home school tips in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic

April 0308:36 AM
 

Krissy Melancon is at teacher in Kountze ISD and is giving parents some tips on how to navigate home school in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. view article  arw

Texas Education Agency updates assessment requirements

April 0308:36 AM
 

TYLER, Texas — Around this time of year, most would be prepping for the STAAR exams or prepping for their end of course assessment.  Governor Gregg Abbott suspended assessment requirements for the remainder of the school year. This includes STAAR, STAAR Alternate 2 and End of Course (EOC) assessments.  view article  arw

Tyler Paper newspaper racks help exchange assignments between students and teachers

April 0308:36 AM
 

TYLER, Texas — Schools are shut down and in the meantime, assignments need to be passed between students and teachers in a safe and secure way.  A newspaper in Palestine saw this dilemma and decided to help out by lending local schools newspaper racks to serve as an assignment pick-up and drop-off station.  Palestine shared the brilliant idea on its Facebook page and it went viral in Texas. view article  arw

Laptop loan program will be launching on April 6

April 0308:36 AM
 

San Felipe Del Rio Consolidated Independent School District is preparing school laptops and a few hotspot areas for local students to gain access to online school work, as physical classes are suspended until May 4, a school official said.  Superintendent of Schools Carlos Rios stated the school district is preparing to have laptops ready for student check out and currently internet providers have been dispatched in order to establish communal hotspot areas, during a Board of Trustees special meeting on Tuesday.  A hotspot is a public place with wireless signal to Internet access. The hotspots will allow students remote access to online coursework.  Students will be able to check out a laptop beginning on April 6, according to a statement released by the school district Wednesday afternoon. view article  arw

UISD to provide materials and workbooks for students

April 0308:36 AM
 

LAREDO, TX (KGNS) - Since the coronavirus pandemic has suspended classes all across the nation, a local school district is making sure students don’t miss out on educational instruction.  United ISD has set-up two different dates for parents of elementary school students to pick-up instructional materials and workbooks.  On Wednesday morning parents from Alexander High School lined-up to pick up the needed materials for their kids to complete their schoolwork. view article  arw

Some local elections in Texas moving ahead despite coronavirus spread

April 0308:36 AM
 

Across most of Texas, cities, towns and school boards have canceled their traditional early May elections in response to the new coronavirus pandemic, temporarily shelving proposals for sales tax changes and city charter amendments and delaying contests for seats on city councils and school boards.  But a handful of towns and special districts still plan to go ahead with their May 2 votes, arranging polling places despite calls from the president on down directing people to stay at home to prevent the spread of the deadly virus.  “I continue to say the show must go on,” said Jeff Forrester, mayor pro tem and member of the Wylie City Council, which voted last week to keep its elections on schedule. “It’s important to protect the citizens — no doubt about it. That’s our first job. However, this is a constitutional requirement.” view article  arw

Pandemic revives hope of federal aid for Texas highways, ports, rural internet

April 0308:36 AM
 

WASHINGTON — Lawmakers have been talking about striking a deal to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure for years. It might take a pandemic to finally get them to do it, and Texas officials are already working on their wish lists, with ports, highways, high-speed internet and more potentially on the line.  There’s growing talk of tackling infrastructure as the next step in Congress to stave off economic collapse from the coronavirus outbreak, following the $2 trillion stimulus package that passed last month. view article  arw

Midland ISD implements changes to make learning from home easier

April 0308:32 AM
 

MIDLAND, Texas — All Midland ISD campuses will be closed through May 1 by order of Governor Abbott, and the district is working to make the closure easier on parents and students alike.  To help students who might not have the internet access needed to access online materials, MISD is taking two steps.  The first step was handing out enrichment packets during breakfast and lunch pickup to students who do not have the ability to access online materials. view article  arw

Watch: Families line up around a school for free meals as Dallas ISD starts its once-a-week food pickup

April 0308:30 AM
 

The district served over 320,000 meals to 37,000 students and families last week.  Long lines once again formed around Medrano Middle School as Dallas ISD started its once-a-week food pickup program Thursday.  The district’s food service department will now distribute five days of free food at once to families and students as part of its grab-and-go program, moving away from its model of giving two or three days of meals twice a week. Meals can be picked up every Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at one of 47 locations. view article  arw

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Arlington ISD to resume graded classes after distributing 20K devices to students

April 0308:30 AM
 

Arlington ISD schools will resume for-credit, mandatory classes on April 13 with all classes taking place online. To make this possible, the district has distributed more than 20,000 devices to students.  Teachers will maintain their classes and design lesson plans based on district priorities, said Steven Wurtz, the district’s chief academic officer. The school will maintain an online-only format in line with Gov. Greg Abbott’s order that all Texas schools to stay closed until May 4 due to the coronavirus outbreak in Texas. view article  arw

River Road ISD speaks on adjusting to a new normal

April 0308:30 AM
 

AMARILLO, Texas (KVII) — Tonight, we speak to a local school district following Governor Greg Abbott's announcement that schools would remain closed until at least May 4, 2020.  The district says although its brick and mortar buildings are closed, digital classrooms continue to be up and running!  But what will happen with the districts’ senior graduations, advances to the next grade level, and how has the transition been from in-person to online distance learning?  “A lot of our teachers, the one thing that's hurting teachers the most right now is that they're not having that face to face, or audio contact with students,” said Superintendent at River Road ISD, Richard Kelley.  Kelley adds that the COVID-19 pandemic is not a one and done situation for the district and it’s changing how it approaches learning in the future. view article  arw

Virus spreading ‘rapidly’; distancing urged

April 0308:30 AM
 

Wash your hands and minimize your contact with people, Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta urged as Brazoria County announced another 14 people who contracted COVID-19.  With 123 county residents infected, the virus is spreading rapidly and the judge remains hopeful residents will get the message, he said.  “People need to get better about distancing, that’s just the facts,” Sebesta said. “I’m practicing what I’m preaching.” view article  arw

Cove ISD expands meal program to include weekends, senior citizens

April 0308:30 AM
 

No bread on store shelves, no creamer, little butter and one lone 6-pack of macaroni and cheese sits by itself before a shopper snatches it up and guards it in her cart.  Not only are some groceries and household staple items hard to come by through local retailers, citizens are encouraged to stay in their homes and prevent community spread of the coronavirus.  Copperas Cove ISD Director of Child Nutrition and Warehouse Services Melissa Bryan is determined to ensure that all district students and even children outside the district have food to eat not only Monday through Friday, but also on the weekend. view article  arw

WATCH: Superintendent: Tyler ISD prepared to offer facilities to help with COVID-19 response

April 0308:30 AM
 

Commissioners presser courtroom to talk about how they’re “supporting the medical community” Thursday view article  arw

Weekend meals stopped, for now

April 0308:30 AM
 

Because of new guidance from the federal government, Ector County ISD Superintendent Scott Muri said the district will no longer be able to supply weekend meals to families so Muri is asking for help.  “We’re (distributing) almost 20,000 meals now, five days a week so this is a really great opportunity for our community to stand up for and support our families in need because we know we have a lot of families that are going to need these meals,” Muri said in a phone interview Wednesday. view article  arw

College Station:  Local seniors remaining hopeful to attend prom and graduation

April 0308:27 AM
 

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) - It is certainly not a traditional senior year for students who are looking forward to prom and graduation in the coming weeks.  Kennedy, Kolbe and Kingsley Cashion had a much different vision for their senior year at College Station High School.  "I was expecting to be with a lot of people, spend a lot of time with all the people that I wasn't going to see," said Kennedy. view article  arw

COVID-19 Live Updates: Austin ISD To Stop Serving Weekend Meals, Construction Can Continue

April 0308:25 AM
 

The Austin Independent School District will no longer be providing weekend meals starting Friday. The district says it’s not able to provide them anymore because the Texas Department of Agriculture changed its policy for reimbursement of weekend meals. The district recommends families reach out to the Central Texas Food Bank for food assistance during the weekends. view article  arw

Conroe ISD robotics team joins national effort to produce medical protective gear

April 0308:25 AM
 

Hours before members of The Woodlands-based Texas Torque robotics team were preparing to travel to their second event of their 2020 season, a competition in Fort Worth, they were told that the event had been called off. Later that day, they were informed that their entire season had been abruptly canceled, as had all of Conroe ISD's regular operations. Scott Rippetoe, the engineering team's lead mentor, said news of the cancellation came after months of preparation by his team members from across the district. view article  arw

Tomball ISD releases grading guidelines for online learning

April 0308:25 AM
 

Grades will be given for remote learning assignments in Tomball ISD beginning April 6, according to a letter to families from the district April 2. After classes moved online amid school closures, TISD students resumed remote learning March 23. Superintendent Martha Salazar-Zamora said in the letter that grading will vary depending on grade level, breaking grading guidelines down by pre-K to first grade, grades 2-5, and grades 6-12. view article  arw

Mesquite ISD teachers using innovation, tried-and-true methods during coronavirus outbreak

April 0308:25 AM
 

It was during spring break when Laura Claybrook knew she was going to have to get creative. The Vanston Middle School teacher learned she wouldn’t go back to teaching in person the next week as planned. With the coronavirus spreading, Mesquite ISD extended its spring break to include March 16-20 and said distance learning would be required when school was back in session March 23. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced this week that schools statewide will be closed for in-person learning through May 4. view article  arw

For Calhoun ISD, community change starts with healthy classroom food tastings

April 0308:25 AM
 

When leaders of the Calhoun Intermediate School District’s (CISD) SPLASH/Nutrition program run into parents of the kids they work with, they often hear the question: “You’re the person who got my kid to try a new vegetable. How did you get them to do that?” The answer is simple: through classroom sessions that promote healthy eating and fitness through fun activities – including a lot of food tastings. view article  arw

Hallsville ISD buses, staff keeping students fed, learning

April 0308:25 AM
 

HALLSVILLE — Hallsville ISD staff members are daily packing up supplies and heading to 10 satellite locations to make sure students continue to stay fed and continue learning during school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, also known as the coronavirus. The staff are daily preparing free breakfasts, lunches, as well as educational material packets for the district’s students in order to keep them fed and learning during the school closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. view article  arw

Coronavirus crisis prompts Richardson ISD to consider pass/fail grading system

April 0308:25 AM
 

Richardson ISD officials are considering grading elementary, junior high and high school students on a pass/fail basis the rest of the school year because of the coronavirus pandemic. The change, which would also affect how class rankings are calculated, was discussed during Monday’s school board meeting. “Teachers would still be providing feedback, and they would still be grading all assignments,” Deputy Superintendent Tabitha Branum said during the meeting. arw

Bryan ISD Superintendent’s Update To The School Board

April 0308:25 AM
 

Several topics were brought up during Bryan school district superintendent Christie Whitbeck’s update to the school board during Wednesday’s special meeting.  Dr. Whitbeck explained how at-home learning is transitioning to online for students, how students will be graded during the fifth and sixth/sixth week periods, that some modifications are going to be made in serving student meals, and her communication with high school seniors about end of year activities. view article  arw

Tyler man arrested for murder hours after shooting of Chapel Hill senior

April 0308:25 AM
 

TYLER, Texas (KETK) – A Tyler man is behind bars on a murder charge just hours after a Chapel Hill senior was shot to death in his own driveway.  According to judicial records, John Edward Sparks Jr., 18, was booked Thursday into the Smith County Jail hours after 17-year-old Zane Collier died from his injuries. view article  arw

Leander ISD releases laptop distribution schedule for elementary students

April 0308:20 AM
 

Leander ISD will begin distributing Chromebook laptops to elementary school students over three days beginning April 7, according to a news release. The laptop computers will have content filtering software to keep students safe in compliance with the Children’s Internet Protection Act, according to LISD. view article  arw

Midland ISD implements changes to make learning from home easier

April 0308:19 AM
 

All Midland ISD campuses will be closed through May 1 by order of Governor Abbott, and the district is working to make the closure easier on parents and students alike. To help students who might not have the internet access needed to access online materials, MISD is taking two steps. The first step was handing out enrichment packets during breakfast and lunch pickup to students who do not have the ability to access online materials. view article  arw

River Road ISD speaks on adjusting to a new normal

April 0308:17 AM
 

Tonight, we speak to a local school district following Governor Greg Abbott's announcement that schools would remain closed until at least May 4, 2020. The district says although its brick and mortar buildings are closed, digital classrooms continue to be up and running! But what will happen with the districts’ senior graduations, advances to the next grade level, and how has the transition been from in-person to online distance learning? view article  arw

Arlington ISD to resume graded classes after distributing 20K devices to students

April 0308:15 AM
 

Arlington ISD schools will resume for-credit, mandatory classes on April 13 with all classes taking place online. To make this possible, the district has distributed more than 20,000 devices to students. Teachers will maintain their classes and design lesson plans based on district priorities, said Steven Wurtz, the district’s chief academic officer. The school will maintain an online-only format in line with Gov. Greg Abbott’s order that all Texas schools to stay closed until May 4 due to the coronavirus outbreak in Texas. view article  arw