Vouchers are a political distraction from what should be the state’s top priority, ensuring access to high quality neighborhood public schools that meet the educational needs of every child in Texas. Public schools are making a difference every day for children across this great state. Public schools serve our respective communities and offer a quality education for our children.
In order to provide for the success of all, and in turn, ensure the future prosperity of Texas, we must continue to provide all school-aged children with an exemplary education through well-funded public schools. We oppose vouchers or any legislation that allows diversion of funding from public schools to private or parochial schools.
Standing together in a unified voice,
Aledo ISD – Dan Manning, superintendent; Bobby J. Rigues, board president.
Azle ISD – Dr. Ray Lea, superintendent; Bill Lane, board president.
Brock ISD – Richard Tedder, superintendent; Bill Cooper, board president.
Garner ISD – Marion Ferguson, superintendent; Michael Collins, board president.
Millsap ISD – Dr. David Belding, superintendent; Dr. Dene Herbel, board president.
Paradise ISD – Monty Chapman, superintendent; Homer Mundy, board president.
Peaster ISD – Matt Adams, superintendent; Scott Johnson, board president.
Poolville ISD – Jimmie Dobbs, superintendent; Lynn Duvall, board president.
Santo ISD – Greg Gilbert, superintendent; Randy Parker, board president.
Springtown ISD – Mike Kelley, superintendent; Amy Walker, board president.
Weatherford ISD – Dr. Jeffrey M. Hanks, superintendent; Charlie Martinez, board president.