White Settlement ISD honored its Board of Trustees on Jan. 16 as part of School Board Recognition Month. Trustees are elected officials who volunteer numerous hours to attend trainings, meetings and school and district events.
"Because of your high expectations for our students and staff and your support and leadership, classroom engagement in WSISD is at an all-time high," said Superintendent Frank Molinar.
He credited the board for enabling White Settlement ISD to implement the largest technology deployment in history this year.
"Your vision has enabled WSISD to provide even more opportunities that prepare our students for college and careers through Career and Technical Education, the Dual Credit Academy and much more," he said.
Pictured are: Assistant Superintendent David Bitters, Superintendent Frank Molinar, Trustees Amanda Sanchez, John Bradley, Melissa Brown, Randy Armstrong, Raymond Patterson and Glen Lowry, and Assistant Superintendent Chris Jenkins. Not pictured is school board member Ben Davis.