Teachers, students, and parents are excited about returning to school, and eager to resume face-to-face instruction. However, adequate preparations are
Charter schools aren’t the problem. This story from KTSM.com: El Paso businessmen and board members of a nonprofit supporting the
This just in, from the El Paso Times: The El Paso Independent School District is the only public school district
Remember when our good friends on the Board of the El Paso Independent School District were selling us that $668
No, not for some made up cost-of-living click bait. For taxes! Property tax rates for industrial properties, to be specific.
Did you see the latest dustup over there at EPISD? From KVIA: EPISD District 7 Trustee Mickey Loweree said she
This is a lightly edited version of an article that originally appeared on 6 June 2013. Since then, very little
Surely (May I call you Shirley?) you saw that EPISD property taxes are going up by an average of $64
Tomorrow (Friday, February 17) is the last day to register as a candidate in the May election. Half the seats
You may have missed this story from the El Paso Times. I was only alerted to it by a comment
Some people (you know who you are) have been speculating about whether some of the $75 million in bond money
News flash: There’s more to life than the internet. Some people only use their computers to make phone calls, or
Graphic designer Jud Burgess has been campaigning against the El Paso Independent School District $669 million bond proposal. [Disclosure: Mr.
The El Paso Independent School District is pushing their “innovation” as an enticement to support their upcoming $669 million bond
In an ongoing effort to “inform” the voters, someone posting on Facebook as EPISD Board Member Susie Byrd claimed that,
Originally published way back on 7 September 2016 The El Paso Independent School District wants us to give them $669
Mr. Bob Moore, editor of the El Paso Times, informed me via Facebook that the Specific Interest Committee Campaign Finance
Corporate boards have a responsibility to their shareholders, and generally those shareholders expect the corporate boards to maximize profits. It’s
This from the El Paso Times: The El Paso Independent School District is one of two Texas school districts that
The El Paso Independent School District wants you to believe that they will be good stewards of your tax dollars.