NISD Holds Fourth Huddle Time

NISD Holds Fourth Huddle Time
Posted on 04/03/2019
NISD Holds Fourth Huddle Time

During his Huddle Time town hall-style meeting Tuesday, Nacogdoches ISD interim Superintendent Alton Frailey provided an update on construction projects funded by passage last year of a $77.9 million bond.

Marking his first year back in Nacogdoches, Frailey also emphasized the importance of linking the public education efforts of NISD with city, county and regional institutions to create a unified effort to enhance economic opportunities.

Frailey also challenged Nacogdoches to change how it motivates students, asking adults in the community “What are we telling our children?”

The Huddle Time was held at Nacogdoches County Civic Center with about 75 people in attendance. County Judge Greg Sowell welcomed those in attendance on Tuesday, and Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce Chairman of the Board Ray Mitchum described the significance of public education in building a vigorous business community.

NISD Board of Trustees President Pam Fitch introduced Frailey beforehand, praising the progress the district has made over the past year.

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