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Superintendent's October Update


Posted Date: 10/23/2019

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Promoting Alpine ISD

Many great things happen in small and rural schools on a daily basis. Alpine ISD might be a small and rural school, but our students continually do big things. I love to humbly brag about our district and teh docmmunity of Alpine.

I recently had the opportunity to advocate for Alpine ISD and all of Brewster County at the state level with Representative, Dist. 88, Ken King and the Texas Board of Education Chairman Kevin Ellis. The three of us spoke on a panel in Austin at the Texas Tribune Festival last week. 

I proudly took this opportunity to promote Alpine ISD and discuss all the great things our kids do.

This panel allowed me to talk about how incredible our teachers and staff are, and how much of a difference they make in our students’ lives. These individualsl are the backbone of the district, and are among the best and most qualified in the entire state. Alpine ISD is considered a smalls chool as it compares to other districts in Texas. I think this gives us an advantage, and allows us to know our kids and focus on their individual needs.

Our smallness makes us great and we are “The School of Choice.”

Go Bucks!