The 12 honored districts and their brag-worthy programs include:
- Alamo Heights ISD, Rocketry course
- Alief ISD, Senior (Citizens) Prom
- Calhoun County ISD, Writing Buddies program
- Chapel Hill ISD, Phenomenal Phriday
- College Station ISD, Project SEARCH
- Denton ISD, G.O.A.L.
- El Campo ISD, Family Literacy Academy
- Hereford ISD, Student Leadership Committee
- Huffman ISD, Calling All Fathers
- Jayton-Girard ISD, The Big Event
- Pine Tree ISD, Community U
- Uvalde CISD, Shades of Blue jazz band
“We had close to 200 nominations this year, and all of them deserve bragging rights,” Texas School Business Editorial Director Katie Ford says. “We hope the 12 stories we singled out and chose to share will inspire other districts into action. Our mission at Texas School Business is to report on the good things happening in our public schools, and I can tell you with certainty that I’m never short on stories.”
An electronic version of the magazine is now available at the following link. The CSISD Project Search article begins on page 19.
For 62 years, Texas School Business has served as the news magazine for public education in Texas. Since 2014, it has been produced by the Texas Association of School Administrators (www.tasanet.org).
To learn more about Bragging Rights and Texas School Business, visit www.texasschoolbusiness.com.
Contact: Katie Ford, editorial director