Houstonians for Great Public Schools Needs You

Houstonians for Great Public Schools Needs You

August 8, 2017

Do you believe in quality education for your child? For all children? Do you think school boards play a major role in providing opportunities for student success? Do you want a voice in helping to elect quality leaders who can work to ensure school districts focus on student achievement? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, then Houstonians for Great Public Schools needs you.

Be a member of our organization and help us elect candidates who will be great district leaders. This November, Houstonians will have the opportunity to elect a school board trustee in six different districts in the Houston Independent School District (HISD). Yep, you read that right. Six out of nine districts are up for election in just a few short months. That’s not a lot of time to do candidate research, but Houstonians for Great Public Schools has that covered for you. We made it easy for the average voter to find out who is running, why they are running, and if they will be a quality leader for student success in HISD.

On August 24, 2017, we are holding a candidate forum to meet the many different people who are asking for the privilege to be a trustee in the largest school district in Texas. So, come to our forum to learn more about these candidates. Become a member of our organization, and help us make a decision on who we should endorse in each race.

We need school districts to prepare all children for future success, but in order to do that, we need to elect effective leaders to serve on the board. Your voice is needed to make this possible. Join us in making sure our school boards stay focused on student achievement. Become a HoustonGPS member today. Click here to donate.

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