For the fourth consecutive year, White Settlement ISD school board members and administrators were selected to present at the National School Boards Association Convention.
Pictured are: Assistant Superintendent Chris Jenkins, Trustee Glen Lowry, Communications Director Desiree Coyle, Trustee Melissa Brown, Superintendent Frank Molinar, Trustee Amanda Sanchez, Assistant Superintendent David Bitters, and Trustees Randy Armstrong, Raymond Patterson and John Bradley.
School officials shared how the superintendent and school board work cohesively together as a team, always remaining focused on their "why," ensuring that EVERY child in WSISD has every opportunity to excel.
They shared how establishing positive relationships with one another; being transparent, informed and involved; and being intentional in achieving the district vision and goals have resulted in tremendous success for WSISD.
"We've built and established a consistent fund balance that meets and exceeds the needs of our district," said Board President Randy Armstrong.
Over the past six years, opportunities in Career and Technical Education and college readiness programs have tripled in WSISD. Students have received the latest technology in all grade levels so they can be competitive upon graduation, with the largest technology deployment in 2017-18.
"Our educators and students have more instructional supports in place than ever, including high quality professional development, instructional coaches and technology specialists, and instructional directors," he said.
The district has also built two agricultural buildings for the Career and Technical Education program with the additional money in the fund balance.