Bandera ISD superintendent to speak at RLAT
Bandera Independent School District Superintendent Regina Howell will hold a town meeting hosted by the Ranchers and Landowners Association of Texas (RLAT).
The meeting will take place at 6:30 pm, Tuesday, July 22, at the Bandera Electric Cooperative (BEC) Community Room, 3172 Highway 16 North. The meeting and RLAT membership are open to the general public.
"This will be an excellent opportunity for the entire community to hear what Bandera ISD is doing for Bandera County and the children who attend district schools," said an RLAT spokesman. "Parents of school children are urged to attend."
Howell, along with administrative team members, Tish Griland and Tracy Thayer, have a combined educational experience of 90 years at different school districts. A question and answer period will follow the presentation.
A graduate of Baylor University, Howell holds a Masters Degree from UT Austin. Thayer graduated from SMU and the University of Houston and Grill earned her degree from the University of Phoenix and Texas A&M San Antonio.
RLAT President Fidel C. Ramirez invites county residents to attend the informational session, ask questions and meet the administrators- all in the spirit of making Bandera ISD the best school district it can be.
RLAT is a Bandera County nonprofit organization that keeps its members and community informed on vital community issues and also ensures that property rights are protected.