Judson ISD trustees chose Shatonya King to fill a vacant board seat. The board now has six female trustees, the largest number of women serving on a San Antonio school board.
An open trustee seat remains on the South San, Judson, and North East ISD boards. Read more about who is hoping to fill the vacancies.
Judson ISD Trustee Richard LaFoille submitted his resignation to the district’s board president. He is the second trustee to resign in the past two months.
Judson trustees voted unanimously Tuesday night to fill a vacant board seat. Rafael Diaz will take the oath of office on Oct. 10.
The Holdsworth Center works with a small number of Texas school districts but aims to create a network of public education leaders throughout the state.
Boys & Girls Club San Antonio is facing a budget shortfall that may lead to the closure of the nonprofit’s operations at Candlewood Elementary.
Long-serving Alamo Colleges Trustee Denver McClendon submitted his resignation letter earlier this month. A replacement will be appointed.
Edgewood, Harlandale, and Judson ISDs’ boards of trustees approved budgets last week with pay increases for staff and lower tax rates.
San Antonio ISD incumbents Patti Radle and Christina Martinez keep their seats, and teachers union-backed Alicia Monica Perry won the District 2 seat.
Educators, industry officials, and community members celebrated the induction of four people into the San Antonio Aviation and Aerospace Hall of Fame.