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January 22, 2013

WISD receives ‘clean’ audit


• Approval of the district calendar for the 2013-14 school year.

• Resolution to defer the 15 percent provision of the new State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) Program.

• Resolution to prioritize what the board believes to be the most important legislative issues regarding public education in the 83rd Texas Legislative session.


Retirements – Ellen Mask, first grade teacher at Curtis Elementary; Suzanne Maulsby, English teacher at WHS; Thomas Stevenson, alternative teacher at WHS; and Amy Williams, sixth grade teacher at Ikard Elementary.

Resignations – Lura Manley, librarian at Austin Elementary; Cheryl Morton, science teacher at WHS; and Robin Seglem, fourth grade teacher at Curtis Elementary.

Employment – Tanya Lyon, fourth grade teacher at Curtis Elementary; and Matthew Williams, physical education teacher.

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