At least 10 Texas school districts are asking local voters to approve higher property taxes.
“The ISD, frankly, is just a system that creates social justice teachers.”
Mealer has made the issue of public safety a centerpiece of her campaign.
The board of trustees continues to shut down public testimony against the school district’s secret transgender “shadow” policy.
“Life is valuable to God. It should be valuable to all.”
“A so-called church in Frisco is hosting a ‘family friendly’ event where kids will be sexualized and chaos will abound.”
“We intend to teach queer youth sex ed and give them the tools to go out into the world and educate others and advocate for themselves.”
Despite declining enrollment, the school district also wants voters to approve a property tax increase in November.
“If a ‘pastor’ of a ‘church’ allows for this, they are not pastors, and their congregation is not a church.”
The school board’s vice president moderated a taxpayer-financed book discussion on “How to Be an Antiracist” by Henry Rogers.
The district claims it isn’t responsible due to governmental immunity.
“I view this motion to extend the superintendent’s contract as an inflammatory move and disrespectful to the voters who will weigh in on this matter in 45 short days.”
The GOP candidate for Harris County judge calls out the lawlessness of current County Judge Lina Hidalgo.
“Republicans in Austin need to withhold all funding for public universities that have Critical Race Theory as a requirement.”
“We trusted you can help us… but you failed us.”
Police charged two Lone Star High School students with injuring a disabled individual, a felony. The assault is on video.
Superintendent Holly Ferguson excluded school board Trustee Garrett Linker from an email reply about a parent’s complaint.
“Is everything going to continue to be swept under the rug?”
“This kind of evil being forced on Texas children must come to an end.”
“Trust is broken, especially with Ms. Balderas and Holly Ferguson. They protected their jobs, not the kids.”
Prosper ISD families unite in petitioning the school board to deliver #JusticeForJanies.
“We must put the pedal to the metal and continue the fight.”
The former lead chaplain for the Austin Fire Department was fired because of his faith.
City leaders for the largest city in Hidalgo County have characterized the tax hike as a tax cut, but the average tax bill will increase by $77.
The Astros’ sponsorship of this barbarism stands in contrast with their two closest on-field rivals.