My New Adventures
I would like to thank the community for allowing me serve on the board for the last 4 years. During my tenure I was honored to be able to contribute my time to the students of RRISD.
4 years ago, my intentions where to do what I could to ensure our teachers and staff had what they needed for the success of our students. On my own personal time, I attended hundreds of hours of training and received a Master Trustee level with Texas School Board Association. I never had an agenda or vendetta against the district, board member or campus situations. I did my homework, I asked questions before the meetings to give the administration time to answer them on the dais.
As a Trustee I ensured that the School Board was accountable, fiscally responsible with tax-payer money and all funds are used for the benefit of the students first. This was proven year after year with the AAA Bond rating from Moody and Fitch that we all should be very proud of.
As a grandmother of a child that could be going to go to RRISD I will continue monitor the success of the district to ensure they are successful with their educational needs and options that are as diverse as the students.
Although we can celebrate our A Rating, there is a lot more the district should do. I will be watching how the new board members will work hard to continue this and be holding them accountable.
I would like to thank all the wonderful community members that I had the pleasure to speak with that are positive advocates for the district and the people that work so very hard to ensure that daily our students are succeeding.
My hope for this district is the community will come together, work together, lead together not divide the district, this is not what is best for the future of our children.
Again, thank you for the opportunity I had as a RRISD School Board Trustee.