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Vacant Anna ISD; Search by: Arrow Educational Services, Inc.INFO
Vacant Presidio ISD; Search by: Dr. Doug Karr InfoINFO
Vacant Sharyland ISD; Search By: Jones, Galligan, Key & Lozano L.L.P InfoINFO
Vacant Perryton ISD; Search By: Region 16 ESC InfoINFO
Vacant Temple ISD; Search by: Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Vacant Aldine ISD; Search By: Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Vacant Aledo ISD; Search By: Preston Educational ConsultingINFO
Vacant Pine Tree ISD; Search by: Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Vacant Conroe ISD; Search by: Rogers, Morris & Grover, L.L.P. INFO
Vacant Alice ISD; Search by: Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Vacant Reagan County ISD; Search by: Reagan County ISD Board of Trustees InfoINFO
Vacant Tulia ISD; Search By: Tulia ISD School Board InfoINFO
Vacant Lake Worth ISD; Search by: Bob E Griggs and AssociatesINFO
Vacant Brownfield ISD; Search by: Region 17 ESC InfoINFO
Vacant Anahuac ISD; Search by: ​Rogers, Morris & Grover, L.L.P. InfoINFO
Vacant Miles ISD; Search by CCR Educational Consultants Info.INFO
Vacant Brock ISD; Search by: Former School Board President, Bill C. Cooper InfoINFO
Vacant Waller ISD; Search by: Rogers, Morris & Grover, L.L.P. ​InfoINFO
Vacant Texas Association of Rural Schools Executive Director; Search by: The Texas Association of Rural Schools (TARS) Executive Committee InfoINFO
Vacant Plainview ISD; Search by: Thompson & Horton LLPINFO
Vacant Caddo Mills ISD; Search by: Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Vacant West Sabine ISD; Search by: West Sabine ISD School Board InfoINFO
Vacant Anna ISD Principal; Search by: Arrow Educational Services, Inc. InfoINFO
Vacant Victoria ISD; Search by JG Consulting InfoINFO
Vacant Irion County ISD; Search by: Irion County ISD Board of Trustees InfoINFO
Vacant Kenedy ISD; Search by: Walsh Anderson Gallegos Trevino Russo & Kyle P.C.INFO
Vacant Central Heights ISD; Search by: Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Vacant Angleton ISD; Search by: Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Vacant Region 14 Executive Director; Search by Region 14 Service CenterINFO
Vacant Vega ISD; Search by: Vega ISD Board of Trustees InfoINFO
Vacant Fannindel ISD; Search by: Fannindel ISD Board of Trustees InfoINFO
Vacant Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD; Search by: Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Vacant Coleman ISD; Search by: Education Solution and Services InfoINFO
Vacant Hunt ISD; Search by: TASB Executive Search Services infoINFO
Lone Finalist Midway ISD; Randel Beaver; Retired superintendent from Archer City ISD; Search By: Region 9 ESC infoINFO
Lone Finalist Port Neches-Groves ISD; Dr. Mike Gonzales; Elementary Principal of Beaumont ISD; Search By: Port Neches-Groves ISD and Interim Superintendent, Dr. Jimmy Creel INFO
Lone Finalist Red Lick ISD;  Brandon Dennard; Assistant Superintendent of North Lamar ISD; Search By Red Lick ISD School BoardINFO
Lone Finalist Tarkington ISD ; Dr. Marc Keith; Assistant Superintendent of Port Neches- Groves ISD; Search By: Tarkington ISD Board of Trustees InfoINFO
Lone Finalist North Lamar ISD; Dr. Jason Adams; Superintendent in Kerens ISD; Search By: Education Solutions and Services with Letha Hopkins and Randy HancockINFO
Lone Finalist Lorenzo ISD; Kayla Morrison; Former Asst. Superintendent of Roosevelt ISD; Search By Region 17 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Olton ISD; Kevin McCasland; Principal of Seminole ISD; Search by Region 17 ESCINFO
Lone Finalist Seymour ISD; Search by: Region 9 ESC and  Seymour ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
Lone Finalist Glasscock County ISD; Scott Bicknell; Elementary Principal of Glasscock County; Search by Glasscock County ISD School BoardINFO
Lone Finalist Lumberton ISD - Dr. Jeremy Glenn, Superintendent,Waxahachie ISD; Gerald Chandler; Assistant Superintendent of Lumberton ISD; Search by TASB Executive Search Services InfoINFO
Lone Finalist Hardin ISD; Mr. Gerald Nixon; Executive Director of Human Resources of Sweeny ISD; Search By Arrow Educational Services, Inc.INFO
Lone Finalist Cedars International Academy; Mr. Varghese Panachakunnil; Federal Programs Administrator of ​Pearsall ISD; Search by Dr. Mark Diaz, current Superintendent of Cedars International Academy, will be conducting the search for his replacement. InfoINFO
Lone Finalist Troup ISD; Tammy Jones; Assistant Superintendent of Palestine ISD; Search by The Board of Trustees of Troup ISD InfoINFO
New Super Teague ISD; Chris Skinner; Principal of Teague ISD; Search By: TASB Executive Search Services InfoINFO
New Super Venus ISD ; James Hopper, Superintendent of Anahuac ISD; Search By: TASB Executive Search Services INFO
New Super Bushland ISD; Chris Wigington, Superintendent of Big Spring ISD; Search By: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
New Super Comfort ISD; Tanya Monroe; Superintendent of Brownfield ISD; Search By: TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
New Super Groesbeck ISD; James Cowley; Superintendent of Calhoun County ISD; Search By TASB Executive Search ServicesINFO
New Super City View ISD; Tony Bushong; Principal at Klondike ISD; Search By: Region 9 ESC InfoINFO
New Super Cedar Hill ISD; Billy Snow; Chief of Transformation and Innovation of Dallas ISD; Search By: TASB Executive Search Services INFO
New Super Paradise ISD ; Dr. Paul Uttley; Superintendent of Vega ISD: Search by Paradise ISD School Board and Robert Criswell INFO
New Super Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) Executive Director; Dr. Kevin Brown; Superintendent of Alamo Heights ISD; Search by Arrow Educational Services, Inc.INFO
New Super Fredericksburg ISD; Jeff Brasher; Superintendent of Gainesville ISD; Search by TASB Executive Search Services INFO
New Super Valley Mills ISD ; Mike Kelly; Middle School Principal of China Spring ISD; Search By: Valley Mills ISD Board of TrusteesINFO
New Super La Vernia ISD - Dr. Trent Edward Lovette, Chief of Governance, Policy & Program Evaluation,Crowley ISD; Search By: Walsh Gallegos & Education Consultant Gary PattersonINFO

Future chefs serve healthy recipes

March 1608:25 AM

Eight fifth grade finalists donned chef’s hats and aprons in the Main Street Intermediate (MSI) kitchen last week to cook up their own favorite recipes. Working with a healthy Asian theme, almost 50 students applied for a spot in the Future Chefs competition sponsored by Sodexo Food Services and Taylor ISD. Each finalist was paired with a Sodexo employee to ensure safety. Contestants had approximately two hours to prepare their recipes from start to finish before serving judges and offering guests samples of the entries. view article  arw

Carpe Diem to close at end of school year

March 1608:25 AM

Carpe Diem Westwood, a single-campus charter district that has struggled to meet state academic standards since it opened in San Antonio three years ago, will shut down at the end of the school year. The school announced the closure in a letter to parents on March 2, explaining that Carpe Diem’s board of directors had voted to “end school operations” at the conclusion of the school year on June 1. The letter cited low enrollment as the reason for the closure. view article  arw

Judge dismisses lawsuit of Muslim boy’s dad with prejudice

March 1608:25 AM

A judge has dismissed with prejudice a lawsuit filed by the father of a Muslim boy arrested after taking a homemade clock to his Dallas-area school. The decision Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Sam Lindsay of Dallas means that Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed's lawsuit cannot be refiled again based on the same claims. The judge also ordered the family to cover all of the costs of the lawsuit. view article  arw

Devine: Friend of 15-year-old girl stabbed 22 times: ‘Nobody deserves to be hurt that way’

March 1608:15 AM

The Devine teen arrested after stabbing a 15-year-old girl multiple times and leading authorities on a four-hour manhunt has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Chase Skow, 17, is being held in lieu of a $500,000 surety bond after Medina County sheriff’s officials said he stabbed the girl Wednesday afternoon. view article  arw

Pennsylvania: School to issue 200 detentions because of student walkouts

March 1608:15 AM

A Pennsylvania high school says it will issue detentions to more than 200 students who walked out of school as part of a nationwide protest against gun violence. Pennridge Superintendent Jacqueline Rattingan announced the punishment against the 225 Pennridge High School students who walked out of school Wednesday instead of attending an in-house assembly remembering the 17 people killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. view article  arw

Channelview students and parents gather for prayer vigil

March 1608:15 AM

On Thursday night, a crowd of 200 or so students, faculty, parents and community members gathered outside Channelview High School  for a vigil for injured students and a driver who died  earlier in the week in a bus crash. For some who were on the bus, it was the first time they'd gotten to see the classmates for whom they'd feared the worst in the crash's immediate aftermath. view article  arw

Gallup Poll: Most Educators Don’t Want to Be Armed With Guns

March 1608:15 AM

President Trump and U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos may support arming teachers, but the majority of educators are opposed to the idea of their colleagues having guns in the classroom, saying it would make them feel less safe. That’s according to a new poll released Friday from Gallup, which surveyed 497 K-12 educators this month about their attitudes toward guns in schools. Surveyors found that 73 percent of teachers opposed being trained to use firearms while 20 percent favored it. view article  arw

Oklahoma student accused of threatening school violence

March 1608:15 AM

Police in suburban Oklahoma City say a 13-year-old student who participated in a walkout to protest gun violence now faces a criminal charge after making a threat at his school. Authorities in Del City say the student told a schoolmate Wednesday not to come to Del Crest Middle School the next day because he planned to "shoot up" the campus. view article  arw

La Joya ISD administrator charged with DWI, evading arrest

March 1608:15 AM

Officers arrested a La Joya school district administrator last week after he started driving erratically and refused to stop, according to court records. The Palmview Police Department arrested school district administrator Adalberto Javier “A.J.” Chapa, 38, of Mission on March 7. Chapa is charged with evading arrest or detention with a vehicle, a third-degree felony, and driving while intoxicated, a Class B misdemeanor. Court records don’t list an attorney for Chapa, who didn’t respond to requests for comment. view article  arw

Plano ISD staffers honored for showing courage in a crisis

March 1608:15 AM

The Plano ISD school board thanked a PISD bus driver and bus assistant during its last meeting for showing bravery under pressure. Trustees recognized driver Robert Krause and assistant Jayshree Panchal for their “exceptional professionalism in a crisis,” said Missy Bender, school board president. In January when a Plano ISD bus was involved in a pile-up on Spring Creek Parkway and U.S. Highway 75 after Allen Police chased a reckless driver from Allen to Plano. The PISD bus was one of four other vehicles involved in the crash. No passengers were injured. view article  arw

Federal appeals court’s ruling upholds most of Texas’ “sanctuary cities” law

March 1605:36 AM

A panel of three U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals judges ruled Tuesday that most of the state’s immigration enforcement legislation, Senate Bill 4, can remain in effect while the case plays out, handing a victory to Gov. Greg Abbott and Republican supporters of the law.  As passed, Senate Bill 4 allows local law enforcement officers to question the immigration status of people they detain or arrest and punishes local government department heads and elected officials who don’t cooperate with federal immigration "detainers" — requests by agents to turn over immigrants subject to possible deportation — in the form of jail time and penalties that exceed $25,000.  view article  arw

At least 11 from Channelview ISD bus crash remain hospitalized in Alabama, Florida

March 1508:40 AM

At least 11 members of the Channelview High School band remained in hospitals in Alabama and Florida receiving medical treatment Wednesday morning, after a tour bus carrying 46 students and teachers tumbled 50 feet down into a ravine the day before, killing the driver. The cause of the crash remains unclear, though investigators were considering the possibility that the driver had a sudden medical problem. Baldwin County Coroner Stanley Vinson said an autopsy will be performed Wednesday. Meanwhile, six federal accident investigators who arrived in Alabama late Tuesday have begun their work at the crash site, confirmed an agency spokesman. view article  arw

The Latest: WH praises House passage of school safety bill

March 1508:39 AM

The Latest on Congress and guns following last month's deadly shooting at a Florida high school (all times local): view article  arw

Spring Break dampens Texas participation in student walkouts protesting gun violence

March 1508:39 AM

Students around the nation walked out of their classrooms at 10 a.m. for 17 minutes, symbolically honoring the 17 lives that were lost in last month's shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. While organizers expected Texas students to join in, most schools were on spring break, so there were no classes to walk out of. The shooting caused an eruption of conversation about gun violence among middle and high school students around the country, and they quickly turned their emotions into activism.   view article  arw

Spring break keeps most Houston students from nationwide gun-violence protests

March 1508:39 AM

As students across the country walked out of school Wednesday to protest gun violence, Houston-area campuses were mostly quiet. The reason: spring break. Only one large protest was held in Houston on Wednesday at the private Emergy/Weiner School in southwest Houston. Nearly 500 students walked into the private school's football stadium at about 10 a.m., school officials said. view article  arw

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Tech Wars: The IT Force Awakens

March 29, 2018

The laws are confusing, the demands are endless, and the Dark Side is always attempting a hack. Thankfully, your IT staff can consult with the legal Yoda this spring to ensure compliance with school privacy, security, accessibility, and child protection regulations. This training will address the most relevant federal and state laws as well as recurring, wide-spread legal issues.


Topics Include:

  • Children’s Internet Protection Act
  • Student Searches (computers, phones, email, etc.)
  • Student Privacy and Confidentiality
  • Data Security
  • Data Disclosure
  • Vendor Gifts


Recommended Staff: 

  • Business Managers
  • Communication Coordinators
  • Curriculum Directors
  • IT Directors
  • Personnel Management
  • Public Information Officers
  • Technologists


Registration Fee

$185 per person


Session Information

3/29/18  |  Plano, TX  |  9:30 am-4:00 pm


Click here for more information and to register online.

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5 Moody ISD students participate in national walkout

March 1508:39 AM

Five Moody ISD students participated in the National School Walkout Wednesday. Most area school systems are on spring break this week, but Moody Independent School District had its spring break last week, making it the only local district at which students could participate in Wednesday’s national gun violence protest. “We had five at the high school, and none at the junior high, and none at our other campuses,” Superintendent Gary Martel said. view article  arw

Region 10 consultants visit with Waxahachie ISD parents; discuss mental health signs

March 1508:38 AM

Mental health discussions continue to circulate around school districts across the country and Waxahachie ISD is aware of the whispers. The district held a parent forum on March 6 to address the topic. Consultants with Region 10 explored emotional well-being of children and ways to detect early signs of depression, anxiety and mental health issues. Waxahachie High School principal Al Benskin prompted the idea of Region 10 consultants to visit with district parents before the recent high school shootings that have erupted similar discussions. view article  arw

‘Clock boy’ lawsuit against Irving dismissed again

March 1508:37 AM

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the father of an Irving teen arrested and suspended for bringing a homemade clock to school that staff mistook for a bomb. A court document shared by the Dallas Morning News shows the federal judge's ruling, which details that no damages will be paid out by the city of Irving, Irving ISD or several other defendants involved in the case. view article  arw

Texas House committee—inadequate education funding hurts economic competitiveness

March 1508:35 AM

A March 13 report from the Texas House Committee on Economic Competitiveness cites inadequate education funding as a key factor hurting the state’s economic prospects. Some of the report’s notable findings include these, addressing needs both in higher education and in elementary and secondary education: view article  arw

House committee’s report pans bad bills

March 1508:30 AM

According to the Interim Report to the 86th Texas Legislature from the House Select Committee on Economic Competitiveness, some things need to change if the state wants to stay competitive. One recommendation is to avoid “legislation that distracts from critical priorities and is viewed by many as enabling discrimination against certain groups or classes of Texans,” according to the report, released March 13. A case in point is the so-called “bathroom bill,” which consumed much of the 85th Legislature after Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and later Gov. Gregg Abbott made a priority of passing the legislation. view article  arw

House backs school safety bill in Florida shooting response

March 1508:30 AM

The House overwhelmingly approved a bill to improve school safety Wednesday, the first gun-related action by Congress since the shooting that left 17 dead at a Florida high school. The bill authorizes $500 million over 10 years for grants to improve training and coordination between schools and local law enforcement and help identify signs of potential violence before they occur. view article  arw

The Latest: National Transportation Safety Board says bus involved in crash was new

March 1508:30 AM

The Latest on the crash of a charter bus carrying members of a high school band (all times local): view article  arw

Socorro ISD superintendent wins national award

March 1508:29 AM

The Socorro Independent School District Superintendent, Dr. José Espinoza, was honored with the 2017 Escalante-Gradillas Best in Education Award during a special presentation Dec. 8 at the SISD District Service Center. The prestigious prize is named after East Los Angeles Garfield High School teacher, the late Jaime Escalante, of the 1988 film “Stand and Deliver,” and his principal, Henry Gradillas, who now serves as an academic advisor for, the independent educational website that awards the national prize. Established in 2014, the award goes to those who exemplify a commitment to learning, discipline, character-building and high expectations that Escalante embodied. view article  arw

USDA creates program to help small school districts

March 1508:25 AM

Providing students with a nutritious lunch is something school districts strive to do. One national department wants to give districts the ability to provide those meals easier.   The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently announced new efforts to provide states and school districts with additional flexibility and support to operate more efficient school meal programs. Several local school district officials said the program could be beneficial for them.  view article  arw

San Saba Masonic Lodge presents flags to Cherokee ISD

March 1508:25 AM

In honor of Texas Independence Day and Texas Public Schools Week, the San Saba Masonic Lodge No. 612 presented flags that had flown over The Texas State Capitol to The Cherokee School.  view article  arw

Construction begins on new additions for Elgin School District

March 1508:25 AM

Elgin School District kicked off construction on Wednesday on a 36.9-million-dollar project which will include some new facilities and other improvements. It's all part of school bond voters passed in 20-17. Construction workers started building grandstand bleachers that can seat up to two thousand people and will be up for the first game in August. "We're continuing to grow,” said Nate Meraz, EPS Superintendent. “Houses are going in all over Elgin. Businesses are coming in and it's a happening place. So, we're keeping up with that growth." view article  arw

Kountze High holds memorial for victims of Florida shooting

March 1508:25 AM

While school districts across the nation grappled on Wednesday with how to respond to more than 3,000 student walkouts demanding action on gun violence, more than 100 Kountze ISD students prayed for those killed in acts of school violence during a morning memorial service. "We do our walkouts a bit differently here," said Superintendent John Ferguson. The district, which is fighting a six-year-long lawsuit for control over religious signs at football games, was one of about 10 in Southeast Texas that had classes today. Others were on spring break. view article  arw

School shootings inspire new movement: Walk Up Not Out

March 1508:25 AM

Concern over school shootings has risen, after the killings of 17 students and teachers in February in a mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Fla. However, people who don't want to join in the National School Walkout on March 14 to protest the violence have come up with another way to stop school shootings. Some students, parents and educators are proposing an alternative called Walk Up Not Out. view article  arw

At San Angelo ISD, 2017 was a year of big wins on and off the field

March 1508:25 AM

San Angelo ISD remains a district committed to excellence and equity. We reflect with pride and gratitude on the achievements and successes of the past year. Locally, our school board members are the champions of a quality public education experience, always ensuring our student success stories are known and we remain steadfast in providing our community an outstanding educational experience.   view article  arw

Austin-area district features two-campus high school

March 1508:25 AM

There is no stopping the growth in Manor, one of the more affordable suburbs of Austin. But the school district is now putting its final touches on a new secondary school building that officials say will make room for more students without losing a close-knit feel. The Austin American-Statesman reports the district's plan is for the new campus, Manor Senior High School, to be the home base for juniors and seniors, leaving the old Manor High School primarily for freshmen and sophomores. view article  arw

Brownsville ISD, police stage active-shooter drill

March 1508:25 AM

The following scenario was staged in a drill to be prepared for the worst: Law enforcement and first response personnel from across Brownsville got word early Tuesday that someone had been shot at Sams Stadium in what appeared to be an active-shooter situation. The fictional scenario had a “please don’t let it be true” quality, but served to test coordination among the Brownsville Independent School District Police and Security Services Department, and other local law enforcement and emergency response agencies. view article  arw

Technical Design Lab coming soon to Westlake computer science students

March 1508:25 AM

Westlake High School students will receive a state-of-the art design lab for information technology in August, providing a new home for classes such as Swift Coding and Computer Science to be taught in a relaxed environment fit for collaboration. Jeremy Trimble, chief operations officer for the district, said at the March 6 school board meeting, “there was a line item in the 2015 bond to repurpose and renovate the existing network operations center” located in the high school, to create this new co-curricular space. view article  arw

Nation sends prayers to Channelview High School students involved in bus crash

March 1508:25 AM

People across the country are sending their thoughts and prayers to everyone involved in the bus crash carrying Channelview High School band members. The bus driver died, and many students are in the hospital with injuries from the crash that happened Tuesday morning in Baldwin County, Alabama. view article  arw

Lake Charles student arrested for school threat

March 1508:15 AM

A 14-year-old was arrested Wednesday for threatening to "shoot up the school," according to the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office. The student, who attended the Calcasieu Parish Alternative Site in Lake Charles, "threatened to bring a gun to school and shoot up the school," CPSO said. The student confirmed to detectives that he made the threat, CPSO said. He was arrested and charged with terrorizing. If convicted, he faces up to 15 years in prison and a fine of up to $15,000. view article  arw

5 things to know about ALS and how Stephen Hawking survived it for decades

March 1508:15 AM

A diagnosis of Lou Gehrig’s disease, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), is usually a death sentence, and it’s one filled with pain and suffering, sometimes for years, before the victim finally succumbs to the disease.So how was world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking able to survive the degenerative neurological illness and live for decades? Hawking was 21 when he was diagnosed with ALS and given only a few years to live, but he survived more than 50 years. He was confined to a wheelchair in near-total paralysis, breathed through a tube, used an electronic voice synthesizer to speak and could only move his little finger on one hand, but he lived until the age of 76 and made quite a name for himself during his lifetime, beating almost all the odds for those with ALS. view article  arw