TEXAS CITY

As leaders consider a possible November bond election, Texas City Independent School District is asking residents to participate in a survey to identify future facility improvements

Sarah Grunau: 409-683-5226; sarah.grunau@galvnews.com

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Jose' Boix

As a member if the TCISD Facilities Committee, I urge the TCISD Registered Voters (some 35,000 of us) to please complete the Survey. Below the link to the Survey - which is posted on the TCISD Website as well.

Your Voter Registration Card (VCR) will show if you are a TCISD registered voter. Look for SCHOOL Codes S180 to S186. If you have any of these you are a TCISD Registered Voter. Thank You!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TCISD

George Croix

Question:

In asking for our questions to TCISD, will we get honest answers, ones that stand up over time?

Or, will it be like when COM was once again asking for their growth bond, and answered the question about eliminating the League City facility once the main campus work was done...holding all classes on campus...as 'Yes"...?

https://www.com.edu/leaguecity/index.html

That smell is pants on fire.....

Jose' Boix

George, this is a first step to assess voter feelings for a possible November 2022 Bond proposal. The Survey responses will help structure the Bond Proposal/s to be decided by the vote of all of us TCISD registered voters. The Survey is just a tool that hopefully will provide some guidance. That is all.

George Croix

Thanks for your reply, Jose.

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