FRIENDSWOOD

Growth across the city looks relatively stable in coming years, but local school district officials are focused on the potential for new families moving into the city’s south side, said Dayna Owen, spokeswoman for the district.

Matt deGrood: 409-683-5230; matt.degrood@galvnews.com

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Michelle Aycoth

What other school districts in the area are considered rich and make payments to the state ?
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Rusty Schroeder

Galveston used to be, maybe still is. My guess would be Dickinson with it's new developments must be also.

Carlos Ponce

"What other school districts in the area are considered rich and make payments to the state ?"
https://tea.texas.gov/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=51539623736
Local ISDs on the list include Clear Creek, Friendswood, High Island, Galveston, and Texas City. (Caveat Lector: Districts appearing on this list do not necessarily owe recapture.)
County ISDs not on the list are Dickinson, Hitchcock, Santa Fe.

Rusty Schroeder

Carlos I can't see how Dickinson is staying off that list, I guess by having the area east of Hwy 3 and north of FM 517 and San Leon/Bacliff. Their time is coming though with Lago Mar and Tuscan Lakes.

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