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[1. Call to Order ]

[00:00:05]

GOOD EVENING. THE TIME IS 6:00 PM.

LET US PLEASE COME TO ORDER FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

LET THE RECORD SHOW THAT ALL TRUSTEES ARE PRESENT EXCEPT FOR DESIREE THOMAS THIS EVENING.

[3. Closed Session ]

PURSUANT TO TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 551.074 TO HEAR A COMPLAINT OR CHARGE AGAINST AN OFFICER OR AN EMPLOYEE OR TO DELIBERATE THE APPOINTMENT.

EMPLOYMENT EVALUATION, REASSIGNMENT DUTIES, DISCIPLINE OR DISMISSAL OF A PUBLIC OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE.

551.071 CONSULTATION WITH THE BOARD'S ATTORNEY AND 551072 REAL PROPERTY.

WE WILL NOW ADJOURN INTO CLOSED SESSION AT 6:01 AND RECONVENE IN APPROXIMATELY 6 MINUTES.

THANK YOU SO MUCH.

GOOD EVENING. THE TIME IS 7:39 AND WE WILL NOW RECONVENE FROM CLOSED SESSION.

[4. Reconvene ]

DR. SCOTT.

DR. CANTU WAS WITH US DURING CLOSED SESSION BUT HAD TO STEP AWAY AND SHE WILL BE REJOINING US IN A LITTLE LATER THIS EVENING.

AT THE MOMENT, DR. SCOTT WILL FILL IN UNTIL SHE RETURNS.

TONIGHT, THE SUMMIT HIGH SCHOOL JROTC WILL PRESENT THE COLORS LED BY COLOR GUARD COMMANDER ANNA MUSOME.

[5. Meeting Opening ]

THESE CADETS HAVE RECEIVED NUMEROUS HONORS THIS YEAR, INCLUDING SUPERIOR CADET, CADET OF THE YEAR, SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AWARD AND THE ORDER OF THE DAEDALIANS AWARD.

PLEASE JOIN ME IN WELCOMING THE SUMMIT HIGH SCHOOL JROTC AS WE RISE FOR PRAYER LED BY SCHOOL MEMBER RANDALL CANADY AND PRESENTATION OF COLORS AND THEN PLEDGES LED BY DARRELL SNEED.

PLEASE JOIN ME IN THE PLEDGE.

GOOD EVENING. WELCOME. SO GLAD TO HAVE SO MANY OF YOU HERE WITH US THIS EVENING.

THIS LEADS US TO THE AGENDA ITEM SIX, DR.

SCOTT. ALSO, MS.

[6. District Recognition ]

MARCUCCI AND MR. DAVIS, COULD YOU GO DOWN FOR PRESENTATIONS? I WOULD LIKE TO INVITE ELIZABETH CARMODY TO THE MICROPHONE TO LEAD TONIGHT'S RECOGNITIONS, WE GOT A LONG LIST OF THEM.

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THANK YOU ALL FOR COMING.

WE DO. THANK YOU, DR.

SCOTT. GOOD EVENING BOARD PRESIDENT NEWSOM, DR.

SCOTT, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, MEMBERS OF CABINET AND THE LARGE CROWD, PUBLIC PARENTS AND STUDENTS AND STAFF HERE WITH US TONIGHT.

I DO HAVE THE HONOR OF STARTING OFF OUR DISTRICT RECOGNITIONS WITH OUR SCHOOL BOARD SUPERSTARS.

EACH MONTH, STUDENTS FROM OUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS ARE SELECTED TO RECEIVE THE SCHOOL BOARD SUPERSTAR AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING CITIZENSHIP.

THESE YOUNG STUDENTS HAVE BEEN CHOSEN FROM THEIR CAMPUS BASED ON THE VIRTUES OF OUTSTANDING CHARACTER, CITIZENSHIP, FAIRNESS, HONESTY, KINDNESS, RESPECT, RESPONSIBILITY AND TRUSTWORTHINESS.

THOSE ARE A LOT OF CHARACTERISTICS FOR AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENT.

SO PARENTS AND STUDENTS, I KNOW YOU'VE BEEN WAITING PATIENTLY AT YOUR SPECIAL TIME, STUDENTS, AS I CALL YOUR NAME, I'M GOING TO ASK YOU TO COME FORWARD AND YOU'RE GOING TO GO SEE DR. SCOTT OVER THERE, AND HE'S GOING TO GIVE YOU YOUR SPECIAL RECOGNITION.

AND WE'RE GOING TO HAVE YOU STAY UP HERE UNTIL ALL OF OUR STUDENTS ARE UP HERE FOR THE PICTURE, AND WE'LL TAKE A BIG PICTURE AT THE END TOGETHER.

WE'LL HAVE PLENTY OF TIME FOR PARENTS TO TAKE PICTURES.

SO I'M GOING TO START WITH OUR YOUNGEST IN THE ROOM FROM DR.

SARAH K JANDRUCKO ACADEMY OF EARLY LEARNERS, PRE-K STUDENT CHARLIE ROSE BUFORD.

FROM DP MORRIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL THIRD GRADER JESSIE RASGONE.

FROM BRENDA NORWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, FOURTH GRADER HILARY NOE.

FROM IRMA NASH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, THIRD GRADER DANIEL DELGADO.

FROM NANCY NEEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, THIRD GRADER ELLA KIRCHNER.

FROM ANNETTE PERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, FOURTH GRADER ISAIAH CALLAHAN.

FROM ALICE PONDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, THIRD GRADER KAYLA GONZALEZ.

FROM MARTHA REID, LEADERSHIP ACADEMY, FOURTH GRADER JACK KILDUFF.

FROM MARY JO SHEPHERD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, SECOND GRADER NIXIE DAI.

FROM ELIZABETH SMITH INNOVATIVE LEARNING ACADEMY, THIRD GRADER TYLER GORAS.

AND ALSO FROM ELIZABETH SMITH INNOVATIVE LEARNING ACADEMY, FOURTH GRADER MAX ZHAO.

MAX WAS OUR FEBRUARY SUPERSTAR AND WAS UNABLE TO BE IN THE ROOM WITH US, SO WE WANTED TO RECOGNIZE HIM TONIGHT.

FROM CORE SPENCER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL THIRD GRADER PHOEBE AJAYI.

FROM TARVER-RENDON AGRICULTURAL LEADERSHIP ACADEMY THIRD GRADER, ALEX SUAREZ.

AND FROM ROBERTA TIP STEAM ACADEMY SECOND GRADER ANGEL TONG.

ALL RIGHT. WE'RE GOING TO GET EVERYBODY TO SQUEEZE TOGETHER FOR A PICTURE.

LET'S GIVE THESE STUDENTS ANOTHER ROUND OF APPLAUSE.

AND PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS AND ADULTS IN THE ROOM, WE ALSO WANT TO GIVE YOU A SPECIAL THANK YOU, BECAUSE WE KNOW THAT THESE STUDENTS ARE HERE BECAUSE OF YOUR LEADERSHIP AND LOVE THAT YOU PROVIDE FOR THEM AT HOME.

SO LET'S GIVE OUR PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS AND GRANDPARENTS A ROUND OF APPLAUSE TOO.

AND NOW IS THE MOMENT FOR PRINCIPALS, PARENTS, GRANDPARENTS TO GET YOUR PHOTOS ONE LAST TIME IF YOU HAVEN'T GOTTEN IT FOR A GROUP SHOT.

WE COULD CLAP THE WHOLE TIME IF YOU WANT.

I'M ALL FOR THAT.

ALL RIGHT. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

AND CONGRATULATIONS, SCHOOL BOARD SUPERSTARS.

YOU CAN GO BACK IN TO YOUR SEATS.

[00:10:02]

AT THIS TIME, I'D LIKE TO INVITE DAVID WRIGHT, ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF STUDENT SERVICES AND SUPPORT, TO PRESENT OUR NEXT RECOGNITION.

I WOULD LOVE TO INTRODUCE ANYBODY, BUT THEY'RE NOT HERE.

RIGHT. OH.

OKAY. SO THEY'RE IN THE BACK.

THEY DIDN'T TELL ME.

SO WE NEED TO LET THEM COME IN.

WELL, IF YOU'RE NOT A LITTLE IMPRESSED, THEN YOU'RE ASLEEP.

SO, I AM PROUD TO INTRODUCE TONIGHT THE FOURTH PLACE MANSFIELD TIGERS, WHO JUST WENT TO NATIONAL AT THE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DRILL TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP.

WHICH IS THE COMPETITION FOR CADETS IN ARMY, NAVY, AIR FORCE AND MARINES.

THESE CADETS PROGRAMS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.

THESE TEAMS FACED OFF WITH ONE ANOTHER IN VARIOUS DRILL AND COMMAND CATEGORIES.

THE CADETS ALSO EARNED SECOND IN ARMED DRILL, INSPECTION AND EXHIBITION.

AND AMANDA VIDAL EARNED THIRD PLACE FOR DRILL TEAM COMMANDER.

PRIOR TO ALL SERVICE COMPETITIONS, THEY COMPETED AT US ARMY CADET COMMAND ROTC NATIONAL DRILL CHAMPIONSHIPS. THE TEAM PLACED EIGHTH IN THE NATION.

THESE STUDENTS WERE COMMANDED BY MHS DRILL TEAM INSTRUCTOR, SFC DANIEL KENNEL.

UNARMED CMDR.

AMANDA VIDAL.

ALEX MATTIS, MEGAN CARPENTER.

KENNETH DICKSON, NICHOLAS DUBOSE, GARY FRAZIER, ALEXANDER GENSCHER, OLIVIA HARRIS, ANJALI KARLI, I'M SORRY, ANJALI CARREY, I'M SORRY.

KEVIN MCKINLEY, EMMA MURPHY, SEBASTIAN PARKER, ALFREDA PEACOTE, JASON RANDALL, REYA SANCHEZ. AND [INAUDIBLE].

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SO AS A SIDE NOTE, MANSFIELD HAS GONE TO NATIONALS SEVERAL DIFFERENT TIMES, WITH THE EXCEPTION, I BELIEVE NOT LAST YEAR BECAUSE OF COVID, THEY HAVE FARED WELL.

THIS TIME THEY FARED BETTER THAN THEY EVER HAVE, AND THAT IS WITH TWO UPPERCLASSMEN. SO THEY'VE GOT A VERY GOOD GROUP OF STUDENTS THAT ARE COMING UP THROUGH THE RANKS.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO PARENTS OR LIKE TO GET PHOTOS AT THIS TIME, THIS WOULD BE AN APPROPRIATE TIME.

THANK YOU PFC. [APPLAUSE] THAT'S QUITE THE ENTRANCE AND THE EXIT.

THANK YOU, MR. WRIGHT.

AT THIS TIME, I'D LIKE TO INVITE JENNIFER YOUNG, ASSOCIATE SUPERINTENDENT OF CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND ACCOUNTABILITY, FORWARD TO PRESENT OUR NEXT ROUND OF RECOGNITION.

I FEEL LIKE I SHOULD LEAD A CHEER OR SOMETHING.

TONIGHT, I HAVE THE HONOR OF BRINGING FORWARD SOME OF OUR AMAZING EDUCATORS WHO HAVE GONE ABOVE AND BEYOND THIS YEAR.

I'M GOING TO START WITH THE JERRY KNIGHT'S STEM ACADEMY FACULTY AND STAFF.

IF YOU GUYS WANT TO GO AHEAD AND MAKE YOUR WAY FORWARD AND I'LL TELL EVERYBODY WHY WE'RE ABOUT TO HONOR YOU.

THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR STEM EDUCATION, ALSO KNOWN AS NISE, CERTIFIES TEACHERS, CAMPUSES AND DISTRICTS IN STEM TEACHING USING A COMPETENCY BASED COACH LED ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORM.

EDUCATORS PRODUCE A PORTFOLIO OF WORK THAT DEMONSTRATES PROFICIENCY ACROSS 15 STEM TEACHER ACTIONS.

EVERY TEACHER, EVERY DESIGNER AND ADMINISTRATOR AT JERRY KNIGHT'S STEM ACADEMY ARE IN THEIR NISE'S TEACHER CERTIFICATION DURING THE 21-2O22 SCHOOL YEAR.

THEY DID THIS BY COMMITTING TIME AND ENERGY TO EVALUATING THEIR STEM PRACTICE AND INSTRUCTION BASED ON THE KEY DOMAINS AND ACTIONS OF EXCELLENT STEM INSTRUCTION.

THIS PROGRAM REQUIRED THEM TO OBSERVE ONE ANOTHER AND APPLY PRINCIPLES OF HIGH QUALITY STEM INSTRUCTION TO IMPROVE THEIR OWN PRACTICE.

ADDITIONALLY, JERRY KNIGHT AS AN ACADEMY, EARNED A CAMPUS CERTIFICATION WHICH INVOLVES A COLLABORATION AND STRATEGICALLY IDENTIFYING AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT AND IMPLEMENTING A PLAN TO ACHIEVE THEIR CREATED VISION AND MISSION.

THE ULTIMATE GOAL OF BOTH THE TEACHER CERTIFICATION AND CAMPUS CERTIFICATION IS TO IMPLEMENT HIGH QUALITY STEM PRACTICES THAT ARE RECOGNIZED AT A NATIONAL LEVEL.

VERY FEW CAMPUSES HAVE ALL OF THEIR DESIGNERS CERTIFIED AND VERY FEW CAMPUSES HAVE ALL OF THEIR DESIGNERS CERTIFIED AS WELL AS BEING A CERTIFIED CAMPUS.

AND THEY DID ALL OF THIS DURING A PANDEMIC.

AND SO JERRY KNIGHT IS ONE OF TEN CAMPUSES IN THE IMMEDIATE DALLAS-FORT WORTH AREA TO HAVE THIS CERTIFICATION AND ONE OF ABOUT 50 NATIONWIDE. SO AT THIS TIME, IF YOU COULD GIVE THEM A BIG ROUND OF APPLAUSE.

[APPLAUSE] I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO THANK OUR STEM DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF STEM, VICKI WEBSTER, AND SHEA ATWOOD, THE PRINCIPAL AT JERRY KNIGHT'S STEM ACADEMY FOR THEIR LEADERSHIP DURING THIS PROCESS.

AND AGAIN, DESIGNERS, THANK YOU FOR GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND EVEN DURING A PANDEMIC SEASON.

SO THANK YOU FOR YOUR OUTSTANDING WORK.

[APPLAUSE] OKAY.

OKAY. NEXT, WE GET TO CELEBRATE ONE OF OUR PRINCIPALS.

ERICA GORRUSO , IF YOU COULD COME FORWARD AT THIS TIME.

[00:20:04]

ERIKA WAS RECENTLY HONORED BY THE ARLINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT AT THEIR ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY LAST MONTH.

AND AT THIS TIME, WE HAVE SEVERAL MEMBERS OF THE ARLINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT HERE.

IF YOU GUYS WOULD COME UP AND STAND WITH ERICA.

[APPLAUSE] THE ARLINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT RECOGNIZES EMPLOYEES ALONG WITH BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS WHO GO ABOVE AND BEYOND IN THEIR EFFORTS TO MAKE ARLINGTON BETTER.

TA HOWARD PRINCIPAL, ERICA GORRUSO WAS THE RECIPIENT OF THE 2021 CITIZENS COMMUNITY AWARD.

MRS. GORRUSO WAS RECOGNIZED FOR HER EFFORTS IN BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS WITH THE CITY, WITH THE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND LOCAL BUSINESSES TO STRENGTHEN THE TA HOWARD AND THE ARLINGTON COMMUNITIES. WHEN RECOGNIZING THE WINNERS, ARLINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT CHAPLAIN RICK BURGIN STATED, WE'RE CELEBRATING TONIGHT BECAUSE THEY HAVE ALL FOLLOWED THIS PATH OF SERVICE WITH NOBLE CHARACTER AND INTEGRITY, CONSISTENTLY PUTTING OTHERS WELL BEFORE THEIR OWN SELVES.

SO, ERICA, THANK YOU FOR REPRESENTING OUR DISTRICT SO WELL, AND THANK YOU, ARLINGTON PD, FOR YOUR PARTNERSHIP.

WE APPRECIATE THE WORK YOU DO FOR OUR SCHOOLS AND FOR OUR KIDS.

SO, ONCE AGAIN, CONGRATULATIONS TO ERICA GORRUSO.

AND NEXT, WE HAVE TWO OUTSTANDING EDUCATORS WHO WERE RECOGNIZED FOR THEIR SERVICE AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR DOING AN OUTSTANDING JOB IN SPECIAL EDUCATION. TAMARA N'TI, A RESOURCE TEACHER AT LOUISE CABANISS ACADEMY OF YOUNG SCHOLARS, AND SHAY UTLEY, A CERTIFIED ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY SPECIALIST, RECEIVED HIGH HONORS FROM THE TEXAS ASSOCIATION FOR EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION OF THE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED.

MS. N'TI AND SHAY, IF YOU ALL WOULD COME UP.

THANK YOU.

MS. N'TI WAS GIVEN THE JULIA YOUNG AWARD AND IT IS PRESENTED TO AN INDIVIDUAL WHO HAS AN OUTSTANDING WORK WITH CHILDREN WHO ARE VISUALLY IMPAIRED.

AND MS. UTLEY RECEIVED THE BOB BRYANT AND BILL O'BRIEN LEADERSHIP AWARD, WHICH IS GIVEN TO THOSE WHO HAVE DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONALS TO SERVE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED INDIVIDUALS AND TO CONTINUE SERVING THE FIELD IN A VARIETY OF POSITIONS.

IT IS REMARKABLE THAT OUR DISTRICT HAS TWO STATE LEVEL RECOGNIZED TEACHERS, AND IT SPEAKS TO THE QUALITY OF THE SPECIAL EDUCATION STAFF THAT WE HAVE IN OUR DISTRICT. SO CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU TWO AND THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO FOR OUR KIDDOS.

[APPLAUSE] OK, THANK YOU, MS. YOUNG, FOR LEADING THOSE RECOGNITIONS.

NOW WE'RE GOING TO INVITE DR. JENNIFER STOKER, ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES, FOR OUR NEXT RECOGNITION.

GOOD EVENING.

SO TONIGHT IT'S MY HONOR TO RECOGNIZE OUR HUMAN RESOURCES TEAM.

WHICH IS EXCITING, RIGHT? I'M A LITTLE BIT BIASED, BUT IT'S SUPER EXCITING.

SO OUR TEAM RECEIVED A NATIONAL AWARD FOR INNOVATION WITH REGARD TO SKYWARD, WHICH IS OUR DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WE USE IN HR AS WELL AS ON THE BUSINESS SIDE.

SO IF I CAN INVITE OUR TEAM UP, LOOKS LIKE THEY'RE COMING.

HERE THEY COME. WE HAVE A NUMBER OF OUR TEAM MEMBERS HERE, TN PATTERSON, WHO'S OUR DIRECTOR OF DATA SERVICES, WHO YOU SEE PICTURED IN THE PHOTO THERE EXCEPT THIS AWARD ON OUR BEHALF. AND SHE'S REALLY BEEN THE TEAM LEAD FOR THIS.

AND WHAT THIS AWARD IS FOR IS INNOVATION IN OUR PROCESSES AND HUMAN RESOURCES.

SOME OF THOSE PROCESSES INCLUDE HAVING A PAPERLESS HIRING SYSTEM AND ONBOARDING SYSTEM, HAVING TASKS FOR EMPLOYEES TO COMPLETE THEMSELVES.

REALLY A LOT OF AUTOMATION AND THINGS THAT WE DO ROUTINELY AND NOT ONLY AFFECTS OUR HR SIDE, BUT ALSO ON THE BUSINESS SIDE, A NUMBER OF THE AUTOMATION IS PUT IN PLACE FACILITATED BY TN AND BUT ALSO IMPLEMENTED BY OUR TEAM.

HELP THE BUSINESS OFFICE AS WELL TO CREATE REPORTS AS WELL AS PROVIDE INFORMATION TO OUR BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

SO CONGRATULATIONS TEAM.

YOU'RE AMAZING AND THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR HARD WORK.

[APPLAUSE] THANK YOU, DR. STOECKER.

THIS BRINGS US TO THE FINAL RECOGNITION OF THE EVENING.

[00:25:03]

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

IT'S BEEN FUN TO SHOW OFF THIS EVENING.

JUST SOME AMAZING STUDENTS AND STAFF THAT HELP MAKE MANSFIELD ISD A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE, LEARN AND TEACH.

AND OUR FINAL RECOGNITION WILL CLOSE THAT OUT AND EXEMPLIFY THAT EVEN MORE.

THIS PAST FALL, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TEXAS TRUST CREDIT UNION, MANSFIELD ISD LAUNCHED THE TRUSTED HERO AWARD NOMINATED BY MANSFIELD ISD STAFF FOR GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND IN SUPPORT OF STUDENTS AND FAMILIES.

TWO TRUSTED HEROES ARE NAMED EACH SEMESTER.

EARLIER THIS MONTH, WE SURPRISED OUR SPRING WINNERS AT THEIR CAMPUSES AND THEY WERE AWARDED $250 FROM TEXAS TRUST CREDIT UNION.

I'VE ASKED IF THEY'VE ALREADY SPENT IT.

NO ONE WILL GIVE ME THE RIGHT ANSWER YET.

I'VE HEARD IT MIGHT BE DINNER TONIGHT.

AND TONIGHT WE'RE EXCITED TO CONTINUE THAT RECOGNITION AND FORMALLY RECOGNIZE THEM AT THE BOARD MEETING.

JOINING US TONIGHT FROM TEXAS TRUST CREDIT UNION IS RON SMITH, CHIEF GROWTH OFFICER AND HEIDI HARDY, VICE PRESIDENT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS.

AND I'D LIKE TO INVITE THEM TO JOIN ME AT THE PODIUM TO SAY A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE AWARDS IN OUR PARTNERSHIP AND [INAUDIBLE] FROM THE FOUNDATION.

SHE'S GOING TO TAKE SOME PHOTOS.

THANK YOU. IT'S A PLEASURE TO BE HERE WITH YOU GUYS TONIGHT.

IT'S ALWAYS GOOD WHEN YOU WORK IN A FINANCIAL INSTITUTION TO KIND OF GET GROUNDED AND WATCH THE YOUTH AND WATCH ALL THE PEOPLE GET RECOGNIZED.

I MEAN WE, ONE OF OUR BIGGEST PROBLEMS WE HAVE RIGHT NOW IS LIKE EVERYBODY ELSE, WE CAN'T HIRE ENOUGH PEOPLE.

WE NEED GOOD PEOPLE.

I WISH I COULD HIRE YOUR KIDS.

I MEAN, THEY I MEAN, THAT'S OUTSTANDING.

BUT WE HERE AT TEXAS TRUST CREDIT UNION, WE BECAME A PARTNER WITH THE DISTRICT BACK IN 2011.

IT'S BEEN A GREAT PARTNERSHIP.

WHEN WE STARTED THIS OUT, WE THOUGHT, WELL MAYBE WE'LL GIVE TEN, 15, $20,000 BACK TO MANSFIELD SCHOOLS, OUR MEMBERS, WHEN THEY SWIPE THEIR DEBIT CARD, A PORTION OF THAT GOES INTO GOES INTO A BUCKET OF MONEY THAT THE SCHOOL DISTRICT GETS.

AND WE THOUGHT, WELL, MAYBE ONE DAY WE'LL GET TO 100,000.

AND AS OF TODAY, WE'VE GIVEN OVER $500,000 BACK TO MANSFIELD SCHOOLS.

[APPLAUSE] SO IT'S BEEN A REALLY, REALLY GOOD PARTNERSHIP.

SO THANK YOU.

THANK YOU TO THE BOARD AND THANK YOU TO THE TEACHERS, THE EDUCATORS THAT HAVE REALLY HELPED US OUT AND MADE IT A REALLY GOOD PARTNERSHIP.

THANK YOU. I'M GOING TO ASK YOU TO JOIN OUR BOARD MEMBERS UP HERE.

AT THIS TIME, I'D LIKE TO INVITE THOSE SPRING 2022 TRUSTED HEROES UP.

JANA HANDSTROM, AID FROM THELMA JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

AND LISA EUBANKS, COUNSELOR FROM WILLIE BROWN ACADEMY OF YOUNG SCHOLARS.

AND AS THEY GET SITUATED FOR THAT PICTURE, I'D LIKE YOU TO TAKE A LOOK AT THE SCREENS AND SEE JUST WHAT MAKES THEM OUR TRUSTED HEROES.

BEING ABLE TO COME OUT AND CELEBRATE OUR EMPLOYEES IS ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE JOB.

IT REALLY IS BECAUSE WE HAVE SO MANY PEOPLE THAT EVERY SINGLE DAY GIVE SO MUCH BACK AND JUST BEING ABLE TO COME OUT AND SAY THANK YOU, IT MEANS THE WORLD.

I'D LIKE TO DESCRIBE HER AS THE SUNSHINE OF OUR BUILDING.

SHE WILL BRIGHTEN UP ANYONE'S DAY.

SHE LITERALLY WALKS THROUGH THE DOOR AND SHE WILL SAY, WHERE DO YOU NEED ME TODAY? AND I JUST THINK THAT REALLY SPEAKS TO HER DESIRE TO SEE US BE SUCCESSFUL OVER HERE AT THELMA JONES, SHE'S JUST AS FIRM AS SHE NEEDS TO BE, BUT VERY LOVING WITH OUR STUDENTS. TOTALLY SURPRISE.

TOTALLY. I WAS NOT EXPECTING THAT.

I DEFINITELY WANT TO THANK EVERYONE THAT DID NOMINATE ME AND I WASN'T EXPECTING IT.

AND I REALLY APPRECIATE IT AND VERY THANKFUL.

IT'S A REALLY BIG ACCOMPLISHMENT FOR HER, BUT IT'S AN EVEN BIGGER ACCOMPLISHMENT FOR WILLIE BROWN ACADEMY AND THIS PROFESSION RIGHT NOW.

WE NEED SOMEONE WHO'S WILLING TO GIVE ABOVE AND BEYOND THEIR NEEDS AND TO HELP US GET THROUGH WHATEVER WE'RE GOING THROUGH AT THE TIME. SHE'S ALWAYS INTERESTED IN GIVING THAT BALANCE SOCIALLY AND EMOTIONALLY TO OUR STUDENTS, STAFF AND OUR PARENTS.

THIS IS STILL SETTLING IN.

I'M THE BLESSED ONE TO BE ON SUCH A CAMPUS WHERE THEY'RE AMAZING GIVERS, AMAZING DOERS.

I MEAN, I DON'T EVEN FEEL LIKE I'M DESERVING OF IT BECAUSE I HAVE SUCH AN AMAZING STAFF.

I JUST I LOVE WHAT I DO.

I'M BLESSED.

WE'VE BEEN THROUGH SOME A COUPLE OF HARD YEARS AND RECOGNIZING AMAZING LEADERS, AMAZING CARETAKERS, ESPECIALLY FOR OUR CHILDREN.

SO IT IS AN HONOR TO BE PART OF THIS.

[00:30:05]

CONGRATULATIONS AGAIN, JANA AND LISA.

AND LET'S GIVE ONE MORE ROUND OF APPLAUSE FOR ALL OF THOSE WE RECOGNIZE THIS EVENING.

[APPLAUSE] THANK YOU SO MUCH.

AND THAT CONCLUDES THIS EVENING'S RECOGNITION.

I WANTED TO MAKE ONE MORE STATEMENT.

I'M NOT SURE IF YOU GUYS KNEW THIS, BUT DURING THE JERRY KNIGHT STEM ACADEMY CERTIFICATION AWARDS, JERRY KNIGHT WAS HERE STANDING UP WITH THE GROUP.

CAN YOU STAND UP, SIR? WE JUST WANT TO SAY THAT HE IS THE REASON WHY WE DO GREAT THINGS OUT THERE AND OUR MOTIVATION.

WE DO IT ALL IN YOUR HONOR, SIR.

I THINK THAT SPEAKS VOLUMES TO WHAT OUR COMMUNITY IS AND WHAT WE'RE COMMITTED TO.

I HAD THE HONOR AND PRIVILEGE OF SITTING ON THE NAMING COMMITTEE WHEN WHEN WE NAMED THE STEM ACADEMY.

AND SO I KNOW IT'S WITH GOOD REASON, RIGHT, SIR? BUT AT THIS TIME, WE'VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR WE WANT TO DISCUSS IF THERE'S ANY STUDENTS OR PARENTS OR TEACHERS THAT MIGHT HAVE OTHER THINGS THAT THEY WANT TO DO THIS EVENING.

BECAUSE WE WERE DONE WITH OUR RECOGNITION PORTION OF OUR MEETING AS EVERYONE SLOWLY RISES.

IF YOU NEED TO COMPLETE YOUR HOMEWORK, CLEAN YOUR ROOM, WORK ON CHORES, DO A GOOD DEED FOR A NEIGHBOR OR A FRIEND, NOW IS YOUR TIME AND THIS IS YOU THAT I'M TALKING ABOUT, AND IT'S OKAY FOR YOU TO HEAD THAT WAY.

THANK YOU FOR COMING AND JOINING US TONIGHT.

BUT WE KNOW THAT YOU HAVE OTHER THINGS TO ATTEND TO.

IF YOU COULD STEP OUTSIDE, WE ARE GOING TO CONTINUE WITH OUR MEETING.

YOU MAY CONTINUE TO TAKE PICTURES, HAVE CONVERSATIONS, HUG YOUR NEIGHBORS IN THE LOBBY.

IF YOU GUYS COULD STEP OUTSIDE, WE'RE GOING TO CONTINUE THE MEETING.

THANK YOU SO MUCH.

THIS LEADS US TO AGENDA ITEM 7.1 INSTRUCTIONAL FOCUS, DR.

[7. Instructional Focus ]

SCOTT. IT HAS BECOME A TRADITION FOR US HERE IN MISD TO KIND OF HAVE A PERFORMANCE, A LITTLE INSPIRATION FROM THE WINNER OF OUR LOCAL FOUR WAY TEST FROM OUR ROTARY CLUB.

WE HAVE TWO GREAT ROTARY CLUBS IN MANSFIELD.

THE MORNING ROTARY CLUB HOSTS THE FOUR-WAY TEST AND IT'S ALWAYS GETTING TO JUDGE THAT IS ALWAYS REALLY, REALLY INCREDIBLE.

SO, MR. WRIGHT, WOULD YOU PLEASE INTRODUCE OUR SPEAKER FOR THIS EVENING? BE GLAD TO, AS YOU RILEY, IF YOU WOULD, GO AHEAD AND START COMING UP TO THE MICROPHONE.

AND I WILL INTRODUCE YOU AGAIN.

BOARD MEMBERS, DR.

NEWSOM, INTERIM SUPERINTENDENT DR.

SCOTT, I WANT TO INTRODUCE YOU TO RILEY ANTHONY.

SHE WAS THE WINNER OF THE SUNSHINE LOCAL ROTARY COMPETITION.

THE FOUR WAY TEST IS A CONTEST OF INCORPORATING FOUR BASIC TENETS THAT THE ROTARY CLUBS LIVE BY.

ONE IS THAT THE TRUTH? TWO, IS IT FAIR TO ALL CONCERNED? THREE WILL IT BUILD GOODWILL AND BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? AND FOUR, IS IT BENEFICIAL FOR ALL? AND THAT IS WHAT RILEY HAD TO INCORPORATE WITHIN THE TOPIC THAT SHE CHOSE FOR HER SPEECH.

AND SO I WANT TO INTRODUCE YOU TO RILEY ANTHONY FROM LAKERIDGE HIGH SCHOOL.

THANK YOU. WHEN I WALKED INTO MY FIRST BALLET CLASS AT A PROFESSIONAL STUDIO, MY EYES TRAVELED THE ROOM LOOKING FOR A WAY TO BELONG.

I WAS STARTLED TO SEE THE LACK OF DIVERSITY WHEN I REALIZED NOT ONE DANCER IN MY CLASS LOOKED THE WAY THAT I DID.

WHERE MY ARMS AND LEGS WERE THICK, THE GIRLS AROUND ME WERE SO THIN YOU COULD SEE THE OUTLINE OF THEIR RIBS POKING BENEATH THEIR FITTED LEOTARDS.

MY HAIR HAD LOOSE FLYWAYS SURROUNDING MY KINKY AND CURLY BUN WHILE THEIR HAIR WAS PERFECTLY SLICK AND STRAIGHT AND WHILE THEIR SKIN WAS PALE, PERFECTLY MATCHING THE COLOR OF OUR PEACH TIGHTS AND POINTE SHOES.

MY SKIN WAS BROWN, DEMANDING THAT EVERYONE IN THE ROOM SEE THAT I WAS COMPLETELY DIFFERENT.

[00:35:03]

AFTER THAT CLASS, I WAS DETERMINED TO FIND A WAY TO BELONG.

OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL YEARS, I DEDICATED MYSELF TO MIRRORING THE LOOKS OF THE TALENTED DANCERS I WAS SURROUNDED BY NOT ONLY ARTISTICALLY, BUT PHYSICALLY.

I RESTRICTED MY EATING, COUNTED MY CALORIES, AND EXERCISED AND ATTEMPT TO LOSE WEIGHT.

I SPENT HALF AN HOUR BEFORE EACH CLASS COVERING MY HAIR IN GEL, PRAYING MY CURLS WOULD STRAIGHTEN INTO A BUN.

I THOUGHT THE ONLY WAY TO IMPROVE WAS TO LOOK THE WAY THAT EVERYONE ELSE DID.

I WAS DEVASTATED WHEN I REALIZED IT DIDN'T MATTER HOW MUCH WEIGHT I LOST, HOW LONG I MEDDLE WITH MY HAIR, OR EVEN HOW HARD I WORKED.

I WOULD NEVER LOOK LIKE THE BALLERINAS I WERE TOLD WERE THE BEST.

THERE ARE SOME PARTS OF MY BODY THAT WERE JUST IMPOSSIBLE TO CHANGE, AND I HATED MYSELF FOR IT.

UNFORTUNATELY, MY EXPERIENCE ISN'T UNCOMMON.

TODAY I WILL BE USING THE ROTARY FOUR WAY TEST TO EXAMINE THROUGH PERSONAL NARRATIVE AND FACTUAL EVIDENCE THE COMMON BUT CALAMITOUS ISSUES IMPACTING THE BALLET WORLD. IS IT THE TRUTH? ACCORDING TO DATA USA, 66% OF BALLERINAS ARE WHITE, WHILE ONLY 2% ARE AFRICAN AMERICAN.

A STUDY ON BALLET DANCERS BY CLINICAL.GOV HIGHLIGHTS THAT BECAUSE OF THEIR ENVIRONMENT, DANCERS ARE MORE LIKELY TO STRUGGLE WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES LIKE EATING DISORDERS, ANXIETY AND COMPULSIVE OBSESSIVE DISORDER.

THE DISMAYING TRUTH IS THE LACK OF RACIAL DIVERSITY AND THE UNHEALTHY BODY STANDARDS WITHIN THE BALLET WORLD ARE CAUSING MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES WITHIN DANCERS AND PREVENTING FURTHER ARTISTIC DEVELOPMENT.

THE SECOND QUESTION TO EXAMINE IS, IS IT FAIR TO ALL CONCERNED? THE MOST IMPACTFUL ARTISTS IN SOCIETY, INCLUDING PROFESSIONAL BALLET DANCERS, REACHED SUCCESS BECAUSE THEY STOOD OUT.

THEY POSSESS A DISTINCTIVE TRAIT THAT ENABLED THE INSERTION OF CREATIVITY INTO WHATEVER THEY WERE PASSIONATE ABOUT.

ART IS MEASURED BY INDIVIDUALITY.

THEREFORE, HOW FAIR IS IT TO EXCLUDE SOMEONE FOR NOT LOOKING LIKE THE MAJORITY? THEN NEVER TO HAVE EVERY DANCER LOOK A CERTAIN WAY IS NOT ONLY UNFAIR TO DANCERS OF COLOR AND THOSE OF LARGER BODY TYPES, BUT ALSO TO THOSE WHO FALL UNDER THE DESCRIPTION OF THE PERFECT BALLERINA.

THE AMERICAN BALLET THEATER WAS FOUNDED IN 1956.

MISTY COPELAND BECAME THE FIRST AND ONLY PRINCIPAL AFRICAN AMERICAN DANCER IN 2015 IN THE COMPANY'S 75TH YEAR OF HISTORY. OVER THE YEARS, DANCERS OF COLOR WERE STRIPPED OF OPPORTUNITY BECAUSE OF THEIR RACE, WHILE OTHERS DIDN'T RECEIVE A ROLE BECAUSE THEIR BODY DIDN'T FIT AN UNREALISTIC AND UNHEALTHY STANDARD.

EVEN THOSE WHO DID RECEIVE MAJOR ROLES WITHIN THE COMPANY MIGHT HAVE GONE TO EXTREME LENGTHS TO REMAIN EXCEPTIONALLY THIN.

THE UNIQUENESS OF THEIR IMAGE IS EXACTLY WHAT THEY ARE TOLD MAKES THEM UNFIT.

THEY DANCE KNOWING THEY ARE MISSING SOMETHING THEY HAVE NO WAY OF ATTAINING.

THE THIRD QUESTION TO REFLECT UPON IS WILL IT BUILD GOODWILL AND BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? THERE IS NOTHING LIKE HEALTHY COMPETITION PUSHING ONESELF TO BE JUST AS TALENTED AS THE PERSON BESIDE YOU.

IT'S A GREAT WAY TO BUILD RESILIENCE AND CHARACTER.

HOWEVER, WHEN DOES IT GO FROM HEALTHY TO OBSESSIVE? THE BODY EXPECTATIONS PUT ON DANCERS, OPEN THE DOORS TO UNHEALTHY COMPARISONS THAT NEGATIVELY IMPACTS THE RELATIONSHIPS THEY SHARE WITH ONE ANOTHER.

THE PROCESS OF COLLABORATIVE ART IS NOT REACHING ITS FULLEST POTENTIAL BECAUSE DANCERS ARE DISCONNECTING WITH ONE ANOTHER DUE TO COLLATION AND RIVALRY.

THIS FURTHER CHIPS AWAY AT THEIR ABILITY TO BUILD, BUILD GOODWILL AND BETTER, AUTHENTIC FRIENDSHIPS.

WHEN I WALKED INTO MY FIRST BALLET CLASS, THIS TIME AS AN INSTRUCTOR OUT OF HABIT, MY EYES TRAVELED THE ROOM LOOKING FOR A WAY TO BELONG.

I WAS STARTLED TO SEE A LITTLE GIRL WHO LOOK THE WAY THAT I DID.

BROWN SKIN AND CURLY HAIR PULLED INTO A MESSY BUN.

HER FACE WAS COVERED WITH LONGING AND CURIOSITY.

WHEN HER EYES MET MINE, SHE INSTANTLY LIT UP.

SHE EMBRACED ME INTO HER ARMS WITHOUT EVEN KNOWING MY NAME.

SHE COMPLIMENTED MY HAIR, WHICH WAS IN THE SAME STYLE AS HERS.

ABELLAR AND I WERE THE ONLY PEOPLE OF COLOR IN THE CLASS.

IT WASN'T A COINCIDENCE THAT SHE GRAVITATED TOWARDS ME THROUGHOUT THE REMAINDER OF THE SEMESTER BECAUSE FOR THE FIRST TIME AT FOUR YEARS OLD, SHE SAW HERSELF WITHIN THE BALLET WORLD. SHE WAS LOOKING FOR A WAY TO BELONG, AND FOR HER, THAT WAY WAS ME.

IS IT BENEFICIAL TO ALL CONCERN? IT CAN BE INCREDIBLY IMPACTFUL TO SEE WHO YOU ARE REPRESENTED AND WHAT YOU LOVE TO DO.

PROMOTING DIVERSITY WITHIN THE BALLET WORLD IS A SOLUTION THAT IS BENEFICIAL TO ALL CONCERNED BECAUSE IT BROADENS THE SPECTRUM WITHIN ART AND CONSTRUCTS A CLEAR BELIEF SYSTEM WITHIN MINORITIES.

EQUALITY WILL BE DISPERSED, COLLABORATIONS WILL INCREASE, AND BONDS BETWEEN DANCERS WILL IMPROVE.

IF MORE PEOPLE LIKE ABELLAR ARE ABLE TO SEE AND THOSE THEY RELATE TO THAT THEY BELONG.

REPRESENTATION MATTERS.

WITH IT COMES INDIVIDUALISTIC ART AND AN EXCEEDINGLY EMPATHETIC SOCIETY.

THANK YOU. [APPLAUSE]

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SO BOARD MEMBERS, IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADDRESS RILEY, YOU CAN DO SO AT THIS TIME.

BOARD MEMBERS TO MY LEFT. WONDERFUL JOB.

I GOT TO HEAR YOU DO IT THE FIRST TIME.

AND IT WAS JUST AS GOOD THE SECOND TIME.

SO AMAZING.

AMAZING JOB I'M REALLY PROUD OF.

THANK YOU, MR. CANEDY. THANK YOU, RILEY.

I AGREE. IT WAS JUST AS GOOD THIS TIME.

I'VE HAD THE PRIVILEGE OF BEING A JUDGE AT THE FOUR WAY SPEECH CONTEST FOR PROBABLY 25 YEARS.

RILEY IS ONE OF THE BEST WE'VE EVER HAD, BUT THIS DISTRICT HAS PROUDLY SENT STUDENTS ON THE PROCESSES.

THEY GO TO A REGIONAL NEXT, AND THEN ULTIMATELY, IF THEY KEEP WINNING, THEY GO TO STATE.

AND FOUR YEARS AGO, WE HAD THE STATE CHAMPION HERE AT MANSFIELD INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT.

I THINK, RILEY, YOU GOT A CHANCE TO DO IT.

BUT IT'S NOT ONLY THEIR SPEAKING SKILLS THAT WE TRY TO REALLY WORK WITH, IT'S TAKING THE TENETS OF THE FOUR WAY SPEECH CONTEST AND MAKING THEM LOOK AT LIFE FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES WITH THOSE FAIRNESS, BENEFICIALITY TRUTH MEASURES.

AND WHEN WE ALL DO THAT, WE BECOME BETTER CITIZENS.

THANK YOU, RILEY, FOR YOUR GREAT WORK ON THIS SO MUCH.

THANK YOU SO MUCH.

THANK YOU. [APPLAUSE] 7.2. MR. JOHNSON, WOULD YOU PLEASE COME TO THE PODIUM AND GIVE THE BOARD AND THE COMMUNITY AN UPDATE ON COLLEGE CAREER AND MILITARY READINESS? GOOD EVENING, DR. SCOTT.

PRESIDENT NEWSOM BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

I AM EXCITED TO BE HERE AND FOLLOW THAT AMAZING ACT.

YOU TALK ABOUT DROPPING THE MIC, BUT TODAY IT'S BEEN ABOUT CELEBRATIONS AND I GET A CHANCE TO CONTINUE THE CELEBRATION.

AT SOME POINT, THINGS WILL STALL AND I WILL NOT BE ABLE TO BRING YOU FANTASTIC NEWS.

BUT TODAY IS NOT THAT DAY.

SO LOOKING AT THE CCMR UPDATE, I WANT TO START WITH A COUPLE OF REMINDERS FOR OUR NEW BOARD MEMBERS AND THOSE WHO ARE AT HOME.

YOU HAVE AN EXHIBIT WHICH IS OUR CCMR MARCH PROJECTIONS THAT IS BASED BY CLASS, THE CLASS STARTING WITH THE CLASS OF 2022. AND SO CC MR COLLEGE CAREER MILITARY READINESS LAGS A YEAR BEHIND AND SO ON THE 2021 SCHOOL YEAR ACCOUNTABILITY, WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE CLASS OF 2021.

SO WHEN WE LOOK AT THIS YEAR'S CLASS 2021, THAT'S GOING TO BE ON THIS YEAR'S ACCOUNTABILITY.

AND WHEN WE THINK ABOUT A RAW SCORE OF 60, THAT EQUALS 60% OF THE STUDENTS HAVE MET CCMR CRITERIA, WHICH FOR US EQUALS AN A RATING.

AND OF COURSE 60 IS THE FLOOR BECAUSE OUR GOAL IS TO ALWAYS BE HIGHER THAN THAT.

SO I WANT TO START BY SHOWING YOU CCMR PERFORMANCE YEAR OVER YEAR.

AND AS YOU SEE THE WORK OF VISION 2020 AND THE PHENOMENAL VISION OF CHANGING ADULT BEHAVIOR AND PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS, IT STARTED WELL BEFORE WE BEGAN TO GET RATED ON CCMR. AND SO WITH THE CLASS OF 2017, WE WERE AT 61.

WE BEGAN THE TREND UP AND WE WE PEAKED AT 69 AND THEN WE WERE AT 64, WE FINISHED AT 64 LAST YEAR.

THIS YEAR OUR CURRENT STATE IS AT 60.

NOW, REMEMBER, WE SPEND A YEAR CLEANING THIS DATA AND WE'RE NOT DONE CLEANING THE DATA.

SO WE HAVE ONE MAJOR FILE THAT WE WILL GET IN JUNE AND THAT WILL TELL US EXACTLY WHAT OUR ENDING RATE WAS.

SO LAST YEAR AT THIS TIME I PRESENTED TO YOU 59 WAS WHERE WE WERE AND WE ENDED AT 64 AND THAT WAS FOR THE CLASS OF 2020.

AND SO THIS YEAR WE ARE AT 60.

AND SO WE'VE DEFINITELY GOT THAT AND WE WILL NOT GO LOWER.

WE WILL ONLY GO UP FROM THERE.

AND SO LAST YEAR I ALSO PROMISED YOU THAT WE WOULD WE WOULD BEGIN THE REPORT OUT IN FUTURE CLASSES.

AND SO TODAY IS THE SECOND TIME I GET TO DO THAT WITH THE CLASS OF 2022, WHICH IS OUR CURRENT YEAR SENIORS ARE SITTING AT A 51, AND I'M GOING TO BOUNCE BACK AND FORTH BETWEEN BOTH OF THESE PRESENTATIONS BECAUSE I WANT TO TELL YOU, ONE OF THE THINGS THAT TEA, THAT WE GET THE CHANCE TO DO IS WE GET A CHANCE TO ADAPT TO

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TEA MOVING GOALPOSTS.

AND SO AS A CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, I THINK YOU CAN BE PROUD IN OUR COMMUNITY, CAN BE PROUD THAT WE AS A DISTRICT CONTINUE TO ADAPT AND EVERY TIME THEY CHANGE THE FORMULA, EVERY TIME THEY CHANGE THE GAME, WE RESPOND AND WE WIN.

AND SO WHEN WE START WITH THE CLASS OF 2018, YOU SEE ON THE LEFT SIDE, CTE COHERENCE SEQUENCE WAS HALF A POINT PER STUDENT.

AND SO THAT MEANS THAT IF A STUDENT WENT THROUGH OUR CT PROGRAM AND THROUGH A SEQUENCE OF CLASSES AND COMPLETED THAT PROGRAM, THEY GOT A HALF A POINT.

IF THEY IF THERE WAS AN INDUSTRY BASED CERTIFICATION THAT WAS ATTACHED TO THAT PROGRAM, THEY COULD TAKE THE INDUSTRY BASED CERTIFICATION AND THEY COULD GAIN A FULL POINT THERE. AND THEN THERE WAS ALSO A FULL POINT FOR MILITARY ENLISTMENT.

YOU CAN SEE THE SAME THING HAPPENS IN 2019.

AND SO I WANT TO GO BACK BECAUSE THAT'S WHERE YOU BEGIN TO SEE US RAMP UP.

SO A CLASS OF 2018, CLASS OF 2019, WE'RE AT OUR PEAK.

THAT'S WHEN WE'RE GETTING TO POINT WELL, THINGS CHANGE IN THE WITH THE CLASS OF 2020 AND SO COHERENT SEQUENCE WENT AWAY IN THE FORMULA.

MILITARY ENLISTMENT WENT AWAY IN THE FORMULA BUT THEY KEPT INDUSTRY BASED CERTIFICATIONS AND THEY EXPANDED THOSE AND THEY CONTINUE TO EXPAND THOSE.

AND WE CAN WE CONTINUE TO EXPAND OPPORTUNITIES FOR OUR STUDENTS.

FOR THE CLASS OF 2021, THE FORMULA CONTINUES AS IT IS.

AND THEN I'LL TALK ABOUT THIS A LITTLE BIT LATER IN THE PRESENTATION.

WE HAD A HOUSE BILL 773, WHICH BROUGHT BACK A PROGRAM COMPLETED PROGRAM OF STUDY, WHICH IS SIMILAR TO THE COHERENT SEQUENCE, AND THAT ALLOWS STUDENTS TO CAPITALIZE AT A FULL POINT AND NOT A HALF POINT.

AND SO THAT WILL COME BACK.

MILITARY ENLISTMENT WILL REMAIN NOT COUNTING BECAUSE THEY ARE, TEA IS WORKING WITH THE US DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE IN ORDER TO GET THOSE THAT DATA THAT WAS SELF REPORTED.

WE HAD TO WAIT FOR STUDENTS TO COME BACK AND TELL US WHETHER THEY ENLISTED IN THE MILITARY.

AND SO THEY'RE WORKING WITH DOD FOR THAT.

AND THEN WE HAVE OUR INDUSTRY BASED CERTIFICATION.

SO WHEN WE THINK ABOUT THAT GOING BACK AND FORTH.

PERFORMANCE YEAR OVER YEAR, YOU SEE US TRENDING.

AND THEN WE HAD AN ACCOUNTABILITY FORMULA CHANGE.

NOW, REMEMBER, THIS CHANGE WAS AFTER THE FACT.

SO OUR KIDS HAD ALREADY GRADUATED.

AND SO WHEN THIS HAPPENED, WE DROPPED FROM 69 TO 64.

MANY OTHER DISTRICTS DROPPED FAR BELOW THAT.

AND SO WE WERE PROUD OF THE SYSTEM THAT WE HAD BUILT TO ENSURE THAT OUR STUDENTS WERE NOT JUST CAPITALIZING OFF OF ONE PARTICULAR AREA OF THE FORMULA, BUT ALL AREAS OF THE FORMULA. AND SO THEN WE LOOK AT THE CURRENT REPORT OF CLASS OF 2021, WHICH IS AT 60, AND THEN WE HAVE A NEW CHANGE, WHICH HOUSE BILL 773 WILL ADD THAT POINT BACK IN.

AND SO WE ARE AT A 51 RIGHT NOW.

AND SO IN COMPARISON, I WANT TO GIVE YOU AN EXAMPLE.

THIS TIME LAST YEAR, WE REPORTED FOR THE CLASS OF 2021 THAT THEY WERE AT A 48.

AND SO WHEN THEY WERE JUNIORS, THEY WERE AT A 48 OR SORRY, WHEN THEY WERE SENIORS IN PROGRESS TO GRADUATION, THEY WERE AT A 48 AND THIS YEAR'S CLASS IS A 51.

SO WE HAVE A 3% INCREASE IN THE PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT ARE MEETING CCMR CRITERIA.

SO AGAIN, WE LOOK AT THE CLASS OF 2021 FACTORS.

I WANT TO BRING UP THE FACT THAT THERE IS A TSIA 2.0 SCORE.

THAT'S THE LATEST. AND THIS IS ANOTHER ONE OF THOSE PIECES OF THE FORMULA THAT TEA CHANGED ON US. SO THE TSIA TWO TEST WAS RELEASED IN JANUARY OF LAST YEAR, AND WHEN IT WAS RELEASED THAT STUDENTS BEGAN THE TRANSITION FROM THE ORIGINAL TSIA TEST.

AND SO AT ONE POINT WE HAD STUDENTS WHO WOULD MEET THE CRITERIA OF THE TSIA TWO TESTS, BUT BECAUSE THERE WAS A DIAGNOSTIC COMPONENT, THEY WOULD QUALIFY THROUGH THE DIAGNOSTIC IN THE STATE OF TEXAS WOULD SAY THAT THEY ARE COLLEGE CAREER MILITARY READY EXCEPT FOR TEA WOULD NOT GIVE US CREDIT BECAUSE THEY HADN'T YET WORKED THROUGH THE PROCESS OF WHAT THE DIAGNOSTIC MEANT.

AND SO THAT'S ANOTHER FORMULA CHANGE THAT I WANTED TO BRING UP.

WE HAVE WE HAD A NEW CCMR FORMULA THAT WAS IMPLEMENTED.

WE IMPLEMENTED SAT INSIDE THE SCHOOL DAY, WE BECAME A TSIA TESTING SITE.

WE CONTINUE TO HAVE STRONG NUMBERS IN AP AND DUAL CREDIT IN A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF OUR STUDENTS WHO ENROLL IN DUAL CREDIT ARE ABLE TO RECEIVE THE ACTUAL CREDIT FOR THAT.

AND THEN WE EXPAND THE CERTIFICATION LIST.

AND SO DATA IS MY THING AND I LOVE TO TALK ABOUT THE DATA.

AND SO WHEN WE THINK ABOUT HOW WE TRACK IT, THIS IS A BIG SPREADSHEET, BUT I WANT TO BREAK IT DOWN FOR YOU.

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AND SO WHEN WE LOOK AT THIS PARTICULAR SPREADSHEET ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE, WE SEE OUR COLLEGE CAREER AND MILITARY READINESS INDICATORS.

IN PARTICULAR, WE WANT TO WE WANT TO TRACK THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS THAT ARE MEETING EACH CRITERIA.

SO WHEN WE THINK ABOUT VISION 2030 AND TAKING THINGS TO THE STUDENT'S SCORECARD AND GETTING STUDENTS ENGAGED IN IN THEIR OPPORTUNITIES, WE WANT STUDENTS TO ACHIEVE AS MANY INDICATORS AS POSSIBLE.

AND THIS IS HOW WE THIS IS HOW WE KNOW HOW WE'RE DOING.

SO WE LOOK AT EACH ONE OF THE INDICATORS, WE LOOK AT THE TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS, AND THEN WE LOOK AT OUR OUR RATE.

BUT IT'S IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND THAT OUR RATE OF 51 FOR THE CLASS OF 2022 IS STILL IN PROGRESS BECAUSE STUDENTS ARE STILL TAKING DUAL CREDIT COURSES, THEY'RE STILL TAKING AP EXAMS AND STILL TAKING TSR EXAMS AS WELL.

SO THE CLASS OF 2022 FACTORS NOW TEA HAS COME BACK THIS YEAR AND SAID THAT THE TSAI TWO TEST WILL IF A STUDENT PASSES, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THEY TAKE THE DIAGNOSTIC OR NOT, THEY WILL GET A POINT.

AND SO THAT'S PHENOMENAL FOR OUR STUDENTS THAT WORK REALLY HARD.

AND SO HB 77 THREE IN THE 87 LEGISLATURE WAS THE NEW FORMULA.

WE CONTINUE TO HAVE SAT INSIDE THE SCHOOL DAY, BE A TESTING SITE, DUAL CREDIT.

AND ONE PARTICULAR THING I JUST WANT TO CALL OUT THAT OUR PRINCIPALS AND COUNSELORS HAVE DONE A PHENOMENAL JOB STARTING THIS YEAR, WAS WITH OUR FRESHMEN, AND THEY STARTED BY TARGETING OUR FRESHMEN AND LETTING THEM KNOW THAT THEY HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE AN INDUSTRY BASED CERTIFICATION, MICROSOFT CERTIFICATION, BY TAKING BIM1. AND SO STUDENTS THAT DIDN'T KNOW THAT THEY HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO GAIN AN IBC AS A FRESHMAN NOW HAVE THAT OPPORTUNITY.

AND WE'RE REALLY PROMOTING THAT FOR THOSE THAT CHOOSE TO TAKE THAT COURSE.

NOW LAST BOARD MEETING, YOU ASKED FOR DISAGGREGATED DATA AND IN DOMAIN.

I'VE BEEN SPENDING MY TIME TALKING ABOUT DOMAIN ONE FOR ACCOUNTABILITY.

IN DOMAIN THREE, THE FEDERAL ACCOUNTABILITY FORCES US TO LOOK AT OUR STUDENT GROUPS.

AND SO HERE'S THAT DATA BROKEN DOWN IN OUR STUDENT GROUPS.

AND AGAIN, OUR SYSTEM IS PERFECTLY ALIGNED FOR THE RESULTS THAT WE'RE GETTING, AND WE'VE REALLY WORKED HARD IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THESE RESULTS.

SO MINIMUM SIZE CRITERIA IS TEN FOR ALL STUDENTS AND 25 FOR GROUPS.

JUST WANT TO CALL OUT, HIGHLIGHT ALL STUDENTS THE TARGET, THE FEDERAL TARGET IS 47 AND OUR STUDENTS ARE PERFORMING AT 63.

NOW, YOU MAY WONDER WHY THERE IS A DIFFERENT PERCENTAGE BETWEEN THE FEDERAL INDICATOR AND THE STATE INDICATOR.

AND IN PARTICULAR THE REASON FOR THAT, THAT ADJUSTMENT IS BECAUSE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GETS MORE INFORMATION THAN THE STATE DOES.

AND SO THERE'S ALWAYS A SLIGHT DISCREPANCY THERE.

SO WHEN WE LOOK AT A COUPLE MORE OF OUR INDICATORS ARE EL, ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS CURRENT AND MONITORED. THE THE FEDERAL TARGET IS 30% AND OUR STUDENTS ARE PERFORMING AT 65 SPECIAL EDUCATION CURRENT STUDENTS TARGET IS 27 AND WE'RE PERFORMING AT 70 AND THEN FOUR CONTINUOUSLY ENROLL STUDENTS.

THIS IS STUDENTS THAT WE THAT ARE ENROLLED WITHIN OUR SYSTEM THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS AND THEN ON THE FOURTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR THEY MEET THE SNAPSHOT DATE.

AND SO WHEN WE KNOW THAT WHEN STUDENTS ARE STAY ENROLLED WITHIN OUR SCHOOLS, THAT THEY HAVE A HIGHER CHANCE TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THIS THIS METRIC PROVES IT BECAUSE THE FEDERAL TARGET IS 50 AND WE ARE AT 68.

AND SO ALL IN ALL, THE WAY WE GET OUR POINTS FROM FROM THE FEDERAL SIDE OF THINGS AND DOMAIN THREE IS DID WE MEET 12 OUT OF 12 INDICATORS BASED OFF THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS THAT WE HAD? DID WE MEET EVERY INDICATOR THAT WE CAN MEET? AND THAT'S WHAT WE'RE DOING.

SO WE'RE DOING A FANTASTIC JOB, AND I'D BE REMISS IF I DIDN'T JUST CALL OUT THE WORK OF OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS, OUR PRINCIPALS, OUR COUNSELORS, OUR TEACHERS THAT ARE REALLY, REALLY PUSHING THIS WORK FORWARD.

AND I JUST KNOW THAT WE'RE GOING TO GO UP FROM FROM THERE.

QUESTIONS TO MY LEFT.

MS. MARCUCCI.

THANK YOU FOR THE PRESENTATION.

I STILL ALWAYS THINK IT'S SO INTERESTING THAT THE M AS IN CCMR WITHOUT IT ACTUALLY BEING COUNTED, WHICH IS ALWAYS BAFFLING.

BUT YES, HOPEFULLY THEY GET THAT FIGURED OUT.

I APPRECIATE ALL THE WORK THAT'S BEING DONE ON THIS, BUT I HAVE A QUESTION JUST ABOUT IF A STUDENT IF ONE STUDENT MEETS SEVERAL CRITERIA, I'M THINKING LIKE OUR EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ARE GOING TO MEET SEVERAL JUST BECAUSE OF THE NATURE OF THE PROGRAM THAT THEY'RE IN.

DO THEY COUNT AS ONE OR DO THEY COUNT AS MULTIPLE DATA POINTS? SO FOR THE STATE, THEY ONLY COUNT ONCE.

BUT FOR US WITH VISION 2030, THAT'S SOMETHING THAT WE'RE REALLY PROMOTING AND PUSHING SO THAT OUR KIDS HAVE OPTIONS.

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BECAUSE I JUST WANTED TO MAKE SURE I UNDERSTOOD THAT BECAUSE YEAH, I MEAN, OUR KIDS DO HAVE OPTIONS AND IF THEY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ONE, YOU KNOW, IT'D BE GREAT IF THEY COULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF MORE BECAUSE EVERYTHING THEY DO WILL HELP PREPARE THEM FOR THEIR NEXT STEP.

SO THANK YOU FOR THAT.

AND I HAD ONE OTHER QUESTION.

IT'S OKAY. SO WHAT DO YOU THINK THE NEXT STEPS ARE? I MEAN, WE'VE GOT OBVIOUSLY A LOT GOING ON, THE MOVING GOALPOSTS, KEEP YOU BUSY, YOU KNOW, TO FIGURE OUT WHAT'S NEXT.

BUT, YOU KNOW, AS WE LOOK TO PREPARE OUR KIDS, I KNOW THAT WE THINK BIGGER THAN JUST WHAT THE STATE REQUIRES OF US AND WHAT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT REQUIRES OF US.

WHAT DO YOU SEE NEXT FOR CCMR? SO I WON'T REALLY TALK ABOUT NUMBERS BECAUSE I DON'T WANT TO THROW A NUMBER OUT THERE THAT'S JUST NOT ATTAINABLE.

BUT I WILL SAY THAT WITH THE NEW FORMULA, WE'RE FINALLY GOING TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THAT OUR KIDS ARE ACTUALLY MEETING, BECAUSE IF THEY ARE GOING THROUGH A PROGRAM OF STUDY THAT DOESN'T HAVE AN INDUSTRY BASED CERTIFICATION, THEY SHOULD GET CREDIT FOR IT.

AND SO GETTING AN OPPORTUNITY TO ADD THAT PIECE BACK IN AND SEE WHAT OUR OVERALL NUMBERS ARE, WE'RE FAR BEYOND THE 60 BY 30 BY 30 METRIC. AND SO OUR GOAL IS TO REALLY BE THE LEADER IN CCMR FROM A MIDSIZED DISTRICT STANDPOINT.

AND FROM THAT STANDPOINT, I REALLY DO WANT TO GIVE KUDOS TO EVERYBODY BECAUSE CCMR, WHEN THAT WAS FIRST ADDED, THEY STARTED TALKING ABOUT THAT.

I MEAN I REMEMBER WORKING WITH OTHER SCHOOL BOARDS AND PEOPLE TALKING ABOUT, OH MY GOSH, YOU KNOW, WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO? AND THEY FELT LIKE THEY WERE BEHIND THE EIGHT BALL.

WHERE HERE, WE JUST FELT LIKE WE NEEDED TO UNDERSTAND IT BETTER TO SEE HOW OUR CURRENT PROGRAMS WERE GOING TO ALIGN WITH WHAT WAS BEING REQUIRED.

AND SO I APPRECIATE THE FACT THAT WE ALWAYS TRY TO STAY ONE STEP AHEAD AND WE'RE REALLY LOOKING FOR THE BEST INTEREST OF THE KIDS AND NOT REALLY WORKING TOWARDS THE TEST, BUT WORKING TOWARDS REAL LIFE APPLICATIONS FOR THESE KIDS AND HELPING THEM GET IT PREPARED.

SO I JUST WANTED TO SAY KUDOS TO YOU AND YOUR TEAM AND I APPRECIATE ALL THAT Y'ALL ARE DOING.

DR. SCOTT.

SO THE WORK WE'VE BEEN DOING IN THE REDEFINING READY SPACE SINCE 2015 AND BEING PART OF THE NATIONAL COHORT AND BEING ONE OF THE LEADERS IN THAT HAS REALLY PAID OFF HERE.

WE HAVEN'T CONCENTRATED SO MUCH ON THE STATE FORMULA, AS YOU SAID, KIND OF STUDYING FOR THE TEST, RIGHT? WE'VE STUDIED THOSE FACTORS.

WE STARTED FROM A PLACE OF SETTING THOSE FACTORS WHERE THEY SAID IF A KID MEETS THESE FOUR MEASURES, THEY'RE X PERCENTAGE MORE LIKELY TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN A CAREER AND IN COLLEGE, YOU KNOW, TO MATRICULATE THROUGH.

SO THOSE ARE THE THINGS THAT WE ATTACKED FROM THE VERY BEGINNING.

THAT'S WHAT WE DESIGNED VISION 2030 WITH WHEN WE WENT THROUGH THE COMMUNITY, THROUGH THE COMMITTEES, WITH THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY.

AND THAT'S WHAT WE DESIGNED OUR SYSTEM.

AND I THINK THE DOMAIN THREE WORK REALLY SHOWS SOME PIECES.

THERE STILL ARE OPPORTUNITY GAPS THERE, BUT THEY ARE OPPORTUNITY GAPS THAT WE'VE BEEN RESPONDING TO FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS.

SO WHEN YOU LOOK BACK IN, A LOT OF THE DATA WE SEE GET POOLED COMES COMES FROM THE AUDIT AND WE ISSUED THE AUDIT.

WE ASKED FOR THE AUDIT. PRIOR TO THE AUDIT THOUGH, WE HAD ALREADY SIGNED THE CONTRACT FOR SAT IN THE SCHOOL DAY PRIOR TO THE CONTRACT TO THE AUDIT, WE HAD ALREADY STARTED ON THE TSI AND THAT REALLY BECOMING A TESTING SITE THAT REALLY OPENS UP DOORS FOR ALL OF OUR STUDENTS AND CREATES OPPORTUNITIES THAT MAYBE WE DIDN'T KNOW WERE THERE BEFORE.

SO THAT'S A COUPLE OF THE THINGS.

AND IF YOU LOOK AT IF YOU LOOKED AT THE IF YOU'LL GO BACK TO THE GRAPHIC, MR. JOHNSON, WITH THE SPREADSHEET WITH ALL THE MEASURES ON IT.

IF YOU LOOK AT THE LAST YEAR THAT WE HAD, ONE MORE PLEASE SIR.

OKAY. OH, I FORGOT YOU GOT A FEW ANIMATIONS ON THERE.

IF YOU LOOK AT THE LAST YEAR THAT THEY COUNTED.

COHERENT SEQUENCE AND MILITARY READINESS, THAT LAST YEAR WAS FOR COHERENT SEQUENCE WAS 5% OF OUR KIDS QUALIFIED UNDER THAT AND AGAIN THEY CHANGED THAT THEY CHANGE THAT RULE A FULL YEAR AFTER THOSE STUDENTS HAD GRADUATED.

OUR MILITARY READINESS WAS 4%.

AGAIN, THEY CHANGED THAT RULE.

BUT IF YOU GO TO THE IF YOU GO BACK TO THE BAR GRAPH, WE DON'T HAVE A 9% DROP.

OKAY. THAT'S BECAUSE THOSE OTHER CATEGORIES ARE GROWING AS WELL.

I JUST WANT TO BRING UP ONE MORE PIECE.

SO I WAS I WAS A LITTLE TOUGH ON TEA AND CHANGING THE FORMULA ON US.

BUT I WILL SAY THAT WHEN YOUR SYSTEM IS DESIGNED TO ENSURE THAT KIDS ARE SUCCESSFUL, THERE IS SOMETHING CALLED THE OUTCOMES BONUS.

AND OVER OVER THE YEARS, WE'VE GONE FROM $1.8 MILLION BACK TO OUR DISTRICT FOR CCMR UP TO 2.18 MILLION DOLLARS.

AND SO I MUST MENTION THAT THEY DO REWARD US FOR, FOR DOING A GOOD JOB.

I HEARD TRONGAARD GET REAL EXCITED ABOUT THAT.

I JUST WANT TO LET YOU KNOW THAT IS GREAT WORK.

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AND LIKE I SAID, I JUST APPRECIATE YOU ALL BEING SO COMMITTED TO OUR STUDENTS.

AND IT'S NICE TO SEE IT REFLECTED IN THE NUMBERS TO.

QUESTIONS TO MY RIGHT, MR. DAVIS. MR. JOHNSON, THANK YOU.

THIS IS AWFUL ENCOURAGING NEWS, RIGHT? WE'RE TRENDING ABSOLUTELY IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION AS IT PERTAINS TO OPPORTUNITY GAPS.

I DO RECOGNIZE THE FACT THAT THE MILITARY COMPONENT HAS BEEN TAKEN OUT, YET THERE'S STILL SOMEWHAT OF A GAP.

AND AS WE LOOK THROUGH THE DIFFERENT SEGMENTS, THEY'RE NOT UNILATERAL, WHICH IS.

OKAY. RIGHT. I'M WONDERING, HAVE WE BEGUN TO STRATEGIZE WAYS TO BRING OTHER GROUPS UP TO THAT TREMENDOUS SUCCESS THAT OTHERS ARE HAVING.

IS IT SIMPLY A MATTER OF MAYBE COMMUNICATION, MAYBE IT'S EDUCATION FOR THE PARENTS, HELPING COMMUNITIES TO UNDERSTAND? HAVE WE BEGUN THAT TYPE OF WORK? BECAUSE IT SEEMS LIKE FOLKS ARE MISSING OUT ON A REALLY GOOD THING.

SO I'M SAYING THAT IT'S MY THIRD ONE IN MY HOUSEHOLD WILL TAKE A DIFFERENT ROUTE THAN HIS TWO OLDER SIBLINGS.

AND THAT'S OKAY. LIKE WE'RE PROMOTING THAT.

BUT WE'RE PURPOSELY SEEKING IT OUT.

I'M WONDERING IF FOLKS ARE MISSING OUT ON THAT OPPORTUNITY EITHER.

I DON'T BELIEVE BECAUSE IT'S NOT THERE AND WE'RE NOT ADVERTISING.

WE'RE JUST GOING TO STRATEGIZE WAYS IN WHICH WE CAN CLOSE THAT GAP.

SO A COUPLE OF DIFFERENT WAYS THAT WE'VE SOUGHT TO CLOSE THE GAP.

FIRST, EVERY TIME WE BEGIN TO TALK ABOUT OUR COURSE OFFERINGS OVER A BIN BARBER IN THE IN THE COURSES THAT START THE INTRODUCTORY COURSES THAT HAVE STARTED AT THE HIGH SCHOOLS. THE NUMBER ONE THING WE TALK ABOUT AND WE SPEND HOURS TALKING ABOUT HOW WE'RE PROMOTING IT AND HOW WE'RE COMMUNICATING IT TO OUR DISTRICT AND OUR IN OUR COMMUNITY. AND SO.

NUMBER ONE, DO THEY KNOW THAT THESE OPPORTUNITIES EXIST? AND THAT'S SOMETHING THAT WE HAVE INTENTIONAL DISCUSSIONS ABOUT.

THE SECOND PIECE IS NOW THAT THE STUDENT IS ABLE TO GO THROUGH THAT PROGRAM AND NOW IT'S TIME TO SIT FOR A CERTIFICATION TEST.

WE'RE TRACKING AND IT'S REALLY DIFFICULT AT THIS POINT BECAUSE INDUSTRY BASED CERTIFICATIONS ARE AN AREA THAT THERE HAVEN'T BEEN VENDORS AND THINGS LIKE THAT THAT ARE CORNERED THE MARKET ON ENSURING STUDENT SUCCESS ON THOSE TESTS.

AND SO ONE OF THE THINGS THAT WE WORK ON IS ENSURING THAT OUR KIDS ARE READY FOR THE TEST SO THAT THE NUMBER OF KIDS THAT ARE ACTUALLY TAKING THE CLASS COINCIDES WITH THE NUMBER OF KIDS THAT ARE ACTUALLY SUCCESSFUL IN TAKING THAT CERTIFICATION.

AND SO WE CONTINUE TO WORK ON CLOSING THAT GAP.

AND THAT'S THAT'S SOMETHING THAT WE TALK ABOUT DURING OUR CADENCE OF ACCOUNTABILITY PROCESS.

AND SO WHEN WE WHEN WE LOOK AT HOW WE PROVIDE ACCESS TO THE INFORMATION FOR OUR COMMUNITY AND WHEN WE LOOK AT TRACKING THE ACTUAL WORK THAT'S BEING DONE.

THOSE ARE TWO MAJOR WAYS IN WHICH WE'RE CLOSING IN CTE.

ANOTHER WAY THAT WE HAVE SOUGHT TO CLOSE THE GAP IS WE SOUGHT TO CREATE PREP OPPORTUNITIES.

FOR INSTANCE, ONE OF OUR HIGH SCHOOLS BROUGHT IN A TEST SAT TEST PREP COMPANY IN ORDER TO WORK WITH STUDENTS SO THAT THEY COULD PUT THEIR BEST FOOT FORWARD AND HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY.

AND WE'RE LOOKING AT WAYS IN WHICH WE CAN EXPAND THAT DISTRICT WIDE.

AND SO INNOVATION HAPPENS IN THOSE SMALL POCKETS WITH OUR CAMPUS PRINCIPALS.

AND SO WE APPLAUD THEM FOR THAT.

AND WE LEARN FROM IT AS A DISTRICT.

AND AGAIN, AS WE'RE VERY CLEAR, I'M VERY EXCITED ABOUT WHAT'S HAPPENING HERE.

AND I BELIEVE WE'RE TRENDING IN THE ABSOLUTE RIGHT DIRECTION.

I JUST WANT TO SEE, AS DR.

SCOTT IS PICKING UP ON NEW TERM OPPORTUNITY GAP, RIGHT.

IF THERE ARE WAYS, THEN LET'S PURSUE THEM.

WELL, AND I THINK PART OF THE WAY WE DO THAT IS VISION 2030 IS AROUND TAKING OUR SYSTEMS, THE SYSTEMS THAT HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFUL AT THE DISTRICT LEVEL DOWN TO THE INDIVIDUAL STUDENT.

RIGHT. ABOUT TEACHING THEM THAT CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT CYCLE FOR THEMSELVES, ABOUT TEACHING THEM TO TRACK THEIR OWN DATA, SET THEIR OWN GOALS AND TALK ABOUT THEM. WHAT OPPORTUNITIES ARE OUT THERE? MR. JOHNSON AND MS. YOUNG AND DR. CANTU AND I HAVE SPENT A GREAT DEAL OF TIME THE LAST FEW DAYS TALKING ABOUT HOW TO RELAUNCH VISION 2030 SO THAT OUR ENTIRE COMMUNITY KNOWS ABOUT IT.

OUR PRINCIPALS ARE READY TO SUPPORT IT.

OUR TEACHERS ARE OUR PARTNERS IN IT, BUT NOT OVERWHELMED BY IT, AND THAT EACH KID IS ABLE TO TAKE CONTROL OF THAT.

WHEN WE'RE ABLE WHEN WE GET TO THAT AND I'LL TELL YOU, WE WANT IT TO BE IN STRONG EFFECT FOR YOUR SON, WHO I BELIEVE IS A JUNIOR THIS YEAR, RISING JUNIOR.

SO WE WANT IT TO BE IN FULL EFFECT FOR HIM, BUT IT'S GOING TO HAVE A MUCH BIGGER EFFECT FOR MY FIRST GRADER WHO'S COMING HOME WHEN HE GETS FRUSTRATED AND TELLING ME, DADDY, I HAVE A CLOSED MINDSET RIGHT NOW.

I NEED TO HAVE YOU KNOW, I NEED TO HAVE A GROWTH MINDSET.

I NEED TO GO AND RETHINK ABOUT HOW I'M GOING TO ATTACK THIS PROBLEM.

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AND THIS IS NOT THESE ARE NOT THIS IS NOT VERBIAGE A SEVEN YEAR OLD COMES UP WITH THEIR OWN OR QUITE FRANKLY, FOR ME, THIS IS THIS IS VERBIAGE THAT'S COMING FROM AND BEING TAUGHT DIRECTLY TO HIM BY DESIGN THROUGH HIS SEL AND VISION 2030 PROGRAMS. IT'S HAPPENING.

AND SO BY THE TIME THOSE KIDS MATRICULATE THROUGH THE SYSTEM EACH YEAR, IT'S GOING TO GET A LITTLE BIT STRONGER AND A LITTLE BIT BETTER.

AND WE'RE GOING TO HAVE THAT INNOVATION THAT WE'RE ABLE TO TAKE FROM THE THAT WE SEE GROWTH AND INNOVATION AT A CAMPUS.

AND THEN WE GET TO THINK ABOUT, OKAY, HOW DO WE TAKE THAT SYSTEMWIDE? HOW DO WE USE THAT TO HELP MORE AND MORE KIDS? SO WE ARE GOING TO GET BETTER.

IS OUR ONLY IS REALLY THE ONLY PROMISE THAT WE MAKE.

WE'LL DO THAT EVERY DAY.

MR. SNEED. MR. JOHNSON, THANK YOU FOR A GREAT PRESENTATION.

AND I ALSO WANT TO THANK YOU FOR REMINDING US THAT THIS IS A LAGGING ONE YEAR BEHIND, AND I MAY BE OFF ON THIS, BUT IF I AM, CORRECT ME, BUT I KNOW AT THE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL, IN YEARS PAST, HIGH SCHOOLS DID NOT RECEIVE, WE DIDN'T HAVE ANY HIGH SCHOOLS DESIGNATED AS TITLE ONE HIGH SCHOOLS.

IF MEMORY SERVES ME CORRECT, EVEN THOUGH YOU MAY HAVE STUDENTS WHO QUALIFY AS ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED WHEN YOU DON'T HAVE A HIGH SCHOOL THAT IS DESIGNATED AS TITLE ONE.

IF I REMEMBER CORRECTLY, HIGH SCHOOLS WEREN'T GETTING TITLE ONE FUNDS.

I MAY BE WRONG ON THAT, BUT I THINK I'M CORRECT.

BUT THE POINT I WAS TRYING TO RAISE IS WHEN WE TALK ABOUT OPPORTUNITY GAPS, THE THING THAT I'M LOOKING AT THAT THAT I THINK NEEDS TO BE A FOCUS IS THE ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS.

BECAUSE THAT HIT ALL, THAT HIT ALL OF THE GROUPS.

AND I REALLY DO FEEL LIKE IF YOU CAN MAKE PARENTS AWARE EARLY ON, PARTICULARLY AT THE MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEL, BECAUSE THAT'S WHERE THE INFORMATION NEEDS TO NEEDS TO REALLY BE FOCUSED ON WHEN THOSE KIDS ARE LEAVING MIDDLE SCHOOL, GOING TO HIGH SCHOOL, KNOWING THAT YOU HAVE PROGRAMS THAT CAN BENEFIT STUDENTS AND THAT DOES LEAD TO PERFORMANCE.

CCMR I'M PRETTY HOPEFUL THAT BECAUSE WE HAVE AN EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL AND MORE OF OUR KIDS ARE NOW AT THE LEVEL WHERE THEY MAY ACTUALLY EARN THEIR ASSOCIATES DEGREE THAT'S GOING TO HELP.

HAVING A HAVING A NUMBER OF KIDS CONTINUALLY TAKE AP CLASSES AND DUAL CREDIT CLASSES, THAT THAT'S GOING TO HELP.

I WOULD I WOULD SAY THAT IF WE CAN REALLY, I GUESS, COMMUNICATE TO OUR PARENTS THAT, AGAIN, THESE OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE AND I GUESS DO A GREAT JOB OF TRACKING THEM, ENCOURAGING THEM TO TAKE THAT TSI, TO TAKE THE PSAT, THOSE KIND OF THINGS.

AND THEN I DID HAVE ONE QUESTION.

YOU MENTIONED THAT. MISD AS A TESTING SITE, DOES THAT INCLUDE ALL OUR HIGH SCHOOLS OR JUST A FEW HIGH SCHOOLS.

SO TO GO BACK TO YOUR FIRST QUESTION, WE ACTUALLY HAVE TWO TITLE ONE HIGH SCHOOLS AND THEY ARE SUMMIT AND TIMBERVIEW.

AND SO ACTUALLY THE SCHOOL THAT I WAS REFERRING TO ABOUT THE SAT PREP WAS SUMMIT AND THEY USE TITLE FUNDS IN ORDER TO TO PROVIDE THAT.

AND SO, YES, WE ARE A TSI TESTING SITE AT EVERY CAMPUS.

AND PARTICULARLY I KNOW THAT CAMPUSES ARE TESTING MULTIPLE TIMES WITHIN THE MONTH.

AND SO IF YOU DIDN'T GET IT THIS MONTH, YOU GOT AN OPPORTUNITY NEXT MONTH, TEACHERS TRYING TO REMEDIATE AND SUPPORT STUDENTS AND THEN THEY GET ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY THAT FOLLOWING MONTH. SO AS IT STANDS, IF A STUDENT WALKS UP TO THEIR COUNSELOR AND SAYS, I'M READY TO PASS THAT, I'M READY TO GO, WE CAN GET THAT KID SIGNED UP IMMEDIATELY AND HAVE THEM TAKING THE TEST IN NO TIME.

THANK YOU.

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS? MS. BIRD. THANK YOU, SIR.

I DO HAVE ONE QUESTION.

SO THE STUDENTS THAT ARE TAKING THE CERTIFICATION COURSES, DO WE KNOW A PERCENTAGE OR HOW MANY THAT GO THROUGH THE WHOLE COURSEWORK AND THEN ACTUALLY TEST TO GET A CERTIFICATION AT THE END? ARE WE SEEING A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF THEM THAT ARE NOT ACTUALLY TESTING TO GET THAT CERTIFICATION OR WHAT DOES THAT LOOK LIKE? SO WE DO HAVE KIDS THAT GO THROUGH THE PROCESS AND DO NOT TEST.

AND THAT'S WE KIND OF HAVE THE SAME THING WITH AP.

I DON'T HAVE EXACT NUMBERS AND I CAN GET THOSE FOR YOU, BUT IT DOES HAPPEN.

AND JUST LIKE WITH OUR AP PROGRAM WHERE WE'RE PROMOTING AND TALKING ABOUT THE FACT YOU'VE DONE ALL THIS HARD WORK.

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LET'S GET TO THE FINISH LINE AND TAKE THAT CERTIFICATION SO THAT YOU CAN CAPITALIZE ON IT.

WHERE ARE THOSE CERTIFICATIONS USUALLY TAKING THE TEST OR ARE THEY DONE AT THE SCHOOL OR ARE THEY DONE AT A SEPARATE TESTING SITE? OR IS IT KIND OF DEPEND ON THE CERTIFICATION? THAT PIECE.

THE MAJORITY OF THE TESTS ARE TAKEN AT BEN BARBER.

OKAY. THERE ARE A FEW THAT ARE SKILLS BASED THAT THEY MAY DO ONSITE.

LIKE OUR EMS STUDENTS, THEY GO OUT ON RIDES, ON AMBULANCES, AND SO SOMETIMES THEY'LL DO THEIR SKILLS TEST OFFSITE.

BUT THE MAJORITY OF THE TESTING DOES OCCUR AT THE BEN BARBER CAMPUS.

THE EXCEPTION IS WE HAVE A LOT OF CERTIFICATIONS BEING TAKEN AT THE HOME CAMPUS THIS YEAR AND OUR BIM CLASS.

AND SO THOSE THOSE HAPPEN THERE AT THE HOME CAMPUS.

MS. YOUNG IF I'M REMEMBERING RIGHT THE METRIC THAT WE USE IS THE IN THOSE TERMINAL CLASSES AND THOSE CERTIFICATION CLASSES IS THE PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE CLASS THAT GETS THE CERTIFICATION, NOT THE PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS WHO ATTEMPT THE TEST.

CORRECT? THAT'S CORRECT. PRINCIPAL HUDGINS, SHE DOESN'T JUST TELL US THE PERCENTAGE OF KIDS THAT PASS THE TEST IF THEY HAVE 100 KIDS IN THE CLASS AND I'M NOT GOOD WITH NUMBERS, SO I JUST CAME UP WITH A MATH PROBLEM, AND I CAN'T EVEN PUT THE NUMBERS TOGETHER.

SORRY. YOU OUGHT TO BE ABLE TO WORK FROM 100.

SHE MEASURES THEIR SUCCESS BASED ON THE NUMBER OF KIDS IN CLASS.

SO IF ONLY TEN KIDS TAKE THE TEST AND ALL TEN PASS IT, IT'S NOT 100%.

IT'S ONLY 10%.

AND SO THEY USE THAT SO THAT THEY CAN TRACK AND THOSE PROGRAMS THAT DON'T HAVE A HIGH PARTICIPATION RATE.

WE LOOK AT THE ROOT CAUSE OF WHY AND WHAT DO WE NEED TO DO TO ENCOURAGE THAT? ANOTHER THING THAT WE'VE DONE THIS YEAR WITH BIM, WHICH IS A BUSINESS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT CLASS AT THE HOME CAMPUS, WE BOUGHT 500 TEST LICENSE FOR EACH HOME CAMPUS. SO WE HAD SOME KIDS TEST NOVEMBER, DECEMBER AT THE END OF FIRST SEMESTER.

IF THEY DIDN'T PASS, THEY'RE GETTING THOSE KIDS READY TO DO A RETAKE BECAUSE WE HAVE THOSE LICENSES ALREADY AVAILABLE.

SO WE'RE GIVING THEM MULTIPLE OPPORTUNITIES IN SOME CASES.

THANK YOU. THANK YOU, MR. JOHNSON. I THINK YOU'VE HEARD FROM US A LITTLE BIT ABOUT COMMUNICATION AND STUFF LIKE THAT.

WE KNOW THAT WE HAVE A GREAT PROGRAM WITH THIS.

AND I DO HAVE TO MAKE SURE THAT WE DON'T DON'T FORGET TO MENTION THE TEACHERS THAT ARE IN THESE PROGRAMS. THESE CTE TEACHERS AND STUFF ARE JUST INCREDIBLE.

AND THESE ARE NOT PEOPLE WHO ARE TEACHERS TRYING TO TEACH SOMETHING THAT THEY DIDN'T DO.

THESE ARE REALLY PEOPLE WHO'VE DONE THIS IN THE WORLD, REAL LIFE.

IT'S QUITE INCREDIBLE AND THEY'RE PRETTY POWERFUL MOTIVATORS AND TEACHERS.

SO, YOU KNOW, AND I THINK THE DISTRICT DOES A REALLY GOOD JOB OF BRINGING THOSE FOLKS IN.

I GUESS WHAT YOU HEAR FROM US IS WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT WE'RE SHOUTING IT FROM THE MOUNTAINTOP AND THAT PARENTS KNOW BECAUSE THEY'RE SOMETIMES THE ONES, TO MR. DAVIS'S POINT, TRYING TO ADVOCATE TO THEIR KIDS TO FIND THEIR WAY, AS WELL AS KIDS KIND OF BEING PERKED UP WITH A LITTLE INFORMATION AS WELL.

AND THEN ABOUT THE MILITARY STUFF, I MEAN, WE CAN PUT PEOPLE ON THE MOON AND WE CAN'T FIGURE OUT WHO WENT TO THE MILITARY FROM HIGH SCHOOL.

I'M JUST GOING TO LEAVE THAT AND CLOSE OUT ON THAT ONE.

THANK YOU. THANK YOU, SIR.

ALL RIGHT. MOVING ON TO AGENDA ITEM 8.1 PRESENTATION, DR.

SCOTT. WELL, YOU SEE ALL OF THE ROOFTOPS GOING UP ALL AROUND US.

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SO MR. CASH IS HERE WITH HIS TEAM TO TALK TO US A LITTLE BIT ABOUT WHAT THAT ACTUALLY MEANS FOR MANSFIELD ISD.

DR. CASH EXCUSE ME.

DR. SCOTT, MS. NEWSOM BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

AS DR. SCOTT SAID, THERE ARE HOUSES GOING UP EVERYWHERE.

AND, YOU KNOW, WE NEED A COMPANY OR SOMEBODY THAT TRACKS THAT THOSE TRENDS.

AND SO WE HAVE SOMEBODY HERE TODAY TO PRESENT OUR DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT.

IT DOES SAY UP THERE, ZONDA EDUCATION.

THAT IS THE SAME TEMPLETON DEMOGRAPHIC GROUP THAT WE'VE USED IN THE PAST.

THEY JUST HAVE REBRANDED.

AND SO DON'T THINK WE'VE GONE CRAZY WITH THE ZONDA EDUCATION, BUT IT IS THE SAME PEOPLE.

SO LET ME INTRODUCE TRENT SMITH.

HE IS WITH ZONDA AND HE'S GOING TO PROVIDE THE REPORT FOR YOU.

PRESIDENT NEWSOM MEMBERS OF THE BOARD.

DR. SCOTT, THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME TONIGHT.

I'M GOING TO REVIEW YOUR FOURTH QUARTER DEMOGRAPHIC PRESENTATION.

WE'RE GOING TO TALK ABOUT THE HOUSING MARKET AND WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE INSIDE THE DISTRICT.

WE'RE ALSO GOING TO LOOK AT SOME THINGS LIKE STUDENT YIELD, HOW MANY STUDENTS ARE COMING OUT OF THESE HOUSES.

AND THEN WE'RE GOING TO LOOK AT YOUR TEN YEAR FORECAST.

SO WE'LL GET STARTED WITH THAT.

SO OFF THE BAT, YOU CAN SEE THE HOUSING HAS CONTINUED TO RISE IN VALUE OVER THE LAST TEN YEARS.

GOING BACK TO 2010, YOU COULD BUY A NEW HOME IN THE DISTRICT FOR ABOUT 218,000 AND NOW WE'RE LOOKING AT 480,000.

AND SO A SIGNIFICANT CHANGE IN THE VALUES INSIDE THE DISTRICT.

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SAME THING WITH YOUR EXISTING HOMES.

THOSE ARE BASICALLY DOUBLED IN THE LAST TEN YEARS FROM 176,000 UP TO OVER 344,000 FOR AN EXISTING HOME INSIDE THE DISTRICT.

YOU CAN SEE THAT TREND LINE AND THAT TREND LINE.

I EXPECT THAT TREND LINE TO CONTINUE OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF YEARS.

WHEN YOU LOOK AT WHERE YOU STAND, KIND OF WHAT KIND OF GROWTH ARE YOU SEEING IN COMPARISON TO OTHER DISTRICTS INSIDE THE DFW MARKET? RIGHT NOW? YOU'RE ABOUT 17TH IN ANNUAL CLOSING.

SO THAT'S THAT FOURTH COLUMN THERE WHERE YOU SEE THE 932.

THAT MEANS YOU HAVE 932 NEW HOUSES THAT NEW FAMILIES ARE LIVING IN INSIDE THE DISTRICT.

AND SO JUST TO THE LEFT OF THAT, YOU HAD 151 STARTS.

SO A START IS WHEN ANYTIME.

SO WE DRIVE, WE HAVE PEOPLE THAT ACTUALLY DRIVE THESE NEIGHBORHOODS EVERY QUARTER AND THAT'S WHERE THIS DATA COMES FROM.

AND SO WHEN THEY GO BY AND THEY SEE THAT THERE'S A FOUNDATION BEING LAID THAT COUNTS AS A START.

AND SO WE HAVE 1151 STARTS IN 2021.

SO I'M JUST GOING TO USE 2021 SINCE THIS IS FOURTH QUARTER DATA AND THEN YOUR INVENTORY, WHICH IS YOUR UNDER-CONSTRUCTION MODEL HOMES AND FINISHED VACANT HOMES IS ABOUT 854.

AND THEN WHEN YOU LOOK AT VDL, THAT'S VACANT DEVELOP LOTS AND YOU'LL HEAR THAT TERM AGAIN MULTIPLE TIMES TONIGHT.

THAT IS A LOT THAT'S READY TO BUILD ON TODAY.

SO IT'S GOT STREETS, UTILITIES, EVERYTHING'S THERE READY TO GO.

AND SO THAT'S A VACANT DEVELOPED LOT RIGHT NOW.

YOU HAVE ALMOST TWO YEARS WORTH OF VACANT DEVELOPED LOTS, WHICH IS A GREAT PLACE TO BE SUPPLY WISE, TO CONTINUE THE TYPE OF GROWTH THAT YOU'RE SEEING AT THAT 1,000 TO 1200 HOMES A YEAR.

AND THEN YOU'VE GOT ANOTHER 6500 FUTURES THAT WE KNOW ABOUT RIGHT NOW.

PLUS, YOU STILL HAVE SOME SOME VACANT LAND ON THE SOUTH SIDE.

SO YOU'VE STILL GOT SOME MORE ROOM TO GROW EVEN PAST THAT 6500.

BUT A FUTURE IS EITHER RAW LAND OR IT'S IN THE WORKS FROM RAW LAND INTO THOSE VACANT DEVELOP LOTS.

SO THAT'S A FUTURE LOT THAT HAS BEEN IN SOME KIND OF PRELIMINARY PLAT OR SOME KIND OF MASTER PLAN THAT WE'VE BEEN GIVEN A NUMBER ABOUT HOW MANY LOTS ARE GOING TO BE IN THAT SPACE IN THE FUTURE.

AND SO THIS IS LOOKING AT THE DISTRICT SPECIFICALLY OVER THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS.

AND YOU CAN SEE THE PURPLE BAR IS YOUR NUMBER OF STARTS EACH YEAR AND YOU CAN SEE THAT NICE TREND LINE SINCE 2017 HAS CONTINUED TO GO UP.

THIS YEAR YOU HAVE RECORD NUMBER OF STARTS IN THE DISTRICT WITH OVER 150 STARTS INSIDE THE DISTRICT BOUNDARY AND THEN YOU'VE GOT 932 CLOSES, WHICH WE KIND OF WENT OVER IN THAT LAST CHART.

BUT THIS IS ONE OF THE REASONS WE'RE SEEING THAT NUMBER LAG A LITTLE BIT BEHIND IS DIRECTLY BECAUSE OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUES THAT ARE GOING ON.

AND WE COULD TALK ABOUT THE SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUE THIS MONTH, BUT IT'LL BE DIFFERENT NEXT MONTH.

IT'S A DIFFERENT THING EVERY MONTH.

AND RIGHT NOW WE'RE HEARING THAT THESE ENORMOUS AREAS, THEY'RE GOING DOWN LANE 300 LOTS, BUT THEY CAN'T GET THE LOTS APPROVED OR RELEASED BY THE CITY BECAUSE THEY CAN'T GET ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMERS TO HAVE ELECTRICITY TO THESE LOTS.

SO THERE'S ALL KINDS OF THINGS THAT ARE THAT ARE HAPPENING IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN.

WE REALLY DON'T EXPECT THAT SUPPLY CHAIN TO BE HEALTHY FOR AT LEAST ANOTHER YEAR, PROBABLY INTO THE SUMMER OF 2023 IS WHAT WE'RE HEARING WHEN WE MIGHT GET BACK INTO A HEALTHY SUPPLY CHAIN PLACE.

AND SO THAT'S GOING TO CONTINUE TO SEE THAT PURPLE BAR IS GOING TO OUTRUN THAT GREEN BAR, AT LEAST FOR THE NEXT YEAR.

AND SO NOW WE'RE GOING TO LOOK SPECIFICALLY AT DIFFERENT AREAS OF THE DISTRICT.

AND THIS IS A HEAT MAP SHOWING YOU WHERE THE MOST STARTS HAVE BEEN BY ELEMENTARY ZONE.

AND SO IF THAT ELEMENTARY ZONE IS RED, THAT MEANS THAT THERE ARE MORE THAN 100 STARTS INSIDE THAT ZONE.

IF IT'S ORANGE, THAT'S 50 TO 100.

IF IT'S YELLOW, THAT MEANS LESS THAN 50.

AND IF IT'S IN THAT THAT PALE COLOR, THEN THAT MEANS THAT THERE WERE ZERO NEW STARTS IN THAT PARTICULAR AREA.

AND SO RIGHT NOW YOU CAN SEE THE THE ELEMENTARY AREA WITH THE MOST STARTS HAS BEEN NORWOOD WITH PERRY BEING NUMBER TWO.

YOU'VE ALSO HAD QUITE A FEW IN DALTON UP THERE.

AND THEN ON THE NORTH SIDE YOU'VE GOT ONE UP THERE AS WELL THAT'S BEEN OVER 50 THERE AS WELL.

SO AND THEN YOU CAN SEE THE THE DOTS THAT ARE ON THERE BY SIZE, YOU KNOW, OVER 100 STARTS IN SUMMER.

SUMMERSET ADDITION, SOUTH POINT ALSO HAD OVER 100 STARTS INSIDE THAT ONE ADDITION.

AND SO THOSE ARE THE ONES DRIVING THOSE NUMBERS INSIDE NORWOOD AND THEN OVERALL THOUGH, YOU CAN SEE YOUR TOP TEN OVER THERE IN THE TABLE AND YOUR TOP TEN REPRESENTED ABOUT 80% OF YOUR OVERALL CLOSINGS IN THE LAST YEAR ARE REPRESENTED IN THOSE TEN SUBDIVISIONS INSIDE THE DISTRICT. AND LOOKING AT THE NEXT.

SO THAT WAS WHAT'S BEEN HAPPENING OVER THE LAST YEAR.

NOW WE'RE LOOKING AT WHAT'S COMING IN THE NEXT 12 TO 18 MONTHS.

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SO THIS IS YOUR VACANT DEVELOPED LOT INVENTORY.

AND YOU CAN SEE AGAIN, WE'RE GOING TO HAVE KIND OF A RECURRING THEME WITH A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF GROWTH IN THE SOUTH SIDE.

SO THAT'S WHERE YOUR VACANT DEVELOP LOTS ARE WITH M3 RANCH GETTING STARTED, YOU'VE GOT THE OAKS PRESERVE, THEY'RE BOTH IN PERRY AND YOU'VE GOT THREE DIFFERENT FOUR DIFFERENT AREAS INSIDE NORWOOD.

SO YOU'VE GOT SIX DIFFERENT SUBDIVISIONS THAT ARE IN YOUR TOP TEN VACANT DEVELOP LOTS IN PERRY AND NORWOOD.

AND SO THERE'S GOING TO BE TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF GROWTH CONTINUING IN THOSE TWO ELEMENTARY ZONES AND YOU CAN KIND OF SEE WHERE SOME OF THE OTHER ONES ARE ACROSS THE DISTRICT, BUT THOSE ARE THE ONES THAT ARE GOING TO BE DRIVING THE MAJORITY OF THE GROWTH INSIDE THE DISTRICT OVER THE NEXT 12 TO 18 MONTHS.

THEN LOOKING AT YOUR FUTURES AGAIN ON THE SOUTH SIDE, MOST OF YOUR FUTURES STILL LIE ON THE SOUTH SIDE.

SO YOU'VE GOT A VERY DISTINCT DISTRICT KIND OF EVOLUTION THAT'S HAPPENING.

SO ON THE NORTH SIDE, YOU'RE BASICALLY GETTING PRETTY CLOSE TO MATURITY WHERE THERE'S NOT NEAR AS MUCH GROWTH ON THAT SIDE.

AND SO BUT THEN ON THE SOUTH SIDE, YOU'RE STILL GROWING AT A TREMENDOUS RATE.

AND SO AS THAT CONTINUES AND THIS IS GOING TO HAVE AN EFFECT ON YOUR ENROLLMENT OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL YEARS AS WELL.

AND WE'LL TALK ABOUT THAT WHEN WE LOOK AT IT.

BUT OVERALL, YOU CAN SEE THAT THAT TREND IS CONTINUING TO BE, YOU KNOW, FEWER THINGS HAPPENING ON THE NORTH SIDE, MORE AND MORE THINGS HAPPENING ON THAT SOUTH SIDE.

AND SO THIS IS AN OVERVIEW MAP SHOWING YOU WHERE THOSE ACTIVE SUBDIVISIONS ARE.

AND SO THE ONES THAT ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN GREEN HAVE ACTIVE HOMEBUILDING GOING ON INSIDE THEM RIGHT NOW.

AND THEN THE YELLOW, THE ONES THAT ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW ACTUALLY ARE YOUR FUTURE SUBDIVISIONS.

AND IF THEY ARE OUTLINED IN RED, THAT MEANS THEY'VE GOT GROUND WORK UNDERWAY.

SO THEY'RE MOVING FROM THAT FUTURE STAGE INTO VACANT DEVELOP LOTS IF THEY'VE GOT THE RED OUTLINED AROUND THEM.

AND SO INSIDE EVEN THOSE ACTIVE SUBDIVISIONS, EVEN THOUGH THEY'RE ACTIVE, THEY STILL HAVE LOTS OF FUTURES INSIDE THEM AS WELL.

AND SO THOSE SOME OF THOSE FUTURES ARE BEING TURNED INTO LOTS AS WE GO.

RIGHT NOW, THE DISTRICT HAS 47 ACTIVELY BUILDING SUBDIVISIONS INSIDE THE DISTRICT BOUNDARY.

YOU'VE GOT 22 FUTURE SUBDIVISIONS.

AND THEN YOU'VE ALSO GOT WHICH REPRESENT THAT 6500 LOTS THAT ARE OUT THERE.

AND THEN YOU'VE GOT 950 LOTS IN 11 SUBDIVISIONS THAT ARE GETTING THE GROUND WORK IS UNDERWAY TO SHIFT THEM FROM THOSE FUTURES INTO VACANT DEVELOP LOTS.

AND RIGHT NOW, YOUR OVERALL DISTRICT YIELD FOR A SINGLE FAMILY HOME IS ABOUT 0.63.

AND SO THAT MEANS THAT YOU GET ABOUT 63 KIDS OUT OF EVERY 100 SINGLE FAMILY HOMES.

SO NOW WE'RE GOING TO LOOK AT JUST A COUPLE OF THESE THAT ARE REALLY THE MAIN SOME OF YOUR DRIVING FORCES.

SO YOU'VE GOT M3 RANCHES, ABOUT 1700 TOTAL LOTS THERE.

STILL 1300 OF THOSE ARE STILL FUTURES, 314 VACANT DEVELOP LOTS.

THEY'RE ACTUALLY JUST NOW STARTING TO GET SOME OF THEIR RESIDENTS AND SO THEY'RE JUST NOW YOU KNOW HAVING KIDS BE INSIDE THAT INSIDE THE HOMES THERE.

PHASE TWO WITH TWO SECTIONS OF 490 TOTAL LOTS.

THE PRELIMINARY PLAT WAS APPROVED IN FEBRUARY AND SO WE'RE EXPECTING MORE AND MORE OF THAT TO START GETTING DEVELOPED AS THEY GO.

AND THEY, YOU KNOW, SO THEY'RE RIGHT IN PHASE AND WE'RE LOOKING THEY'LL LIKELY BUILD ABOUT 150 TO 200 HOMES A YEAR AS THEY CONTINUE TO GROW. AND YOU'VE GOT BIRDSONG, WHICH IS JUST TO THE SOUTH AT THE NORTH END OF NORWOOD ATTENDANCE ZONE.

731 TOTAL LOTS THERE WITH 616 STILL IN THE FUTURE STAGE.

FIRST 115 VACANT DEVELOPED LOTS SO THEY'RE JUST NOW GETTING STARTED ON CONSTRUCTION THERE.

SO THESE BOTH REALLY ARE BRAND NEW SUBDIVISIONS INSIDE THE DISTRICT.

AND SO THE WEST SECTION IS 193 LOTS.

REZONING WAS APPROVED IN OCTOBER 2021, SO THEY'RE ALREADY IN PLANS FOR THEIR NEXT SECTION AS THEY MOVE FORWARD.

AND YOU'VE GOT WILLOW BRANCH, ABOUT 287 ACRES THERE.

SO WE'RE EXPECTING THEM TO HAVE ABOUT 520 HOMES IS THE PLAN THAT THEY'VE KIND OF SUBMITTED TO THE CITY.

THE REZONING WAS POSTPONED BACK IN AUGUST, SO THEY'RE STILL IN THE DEVELOPMENT STAGE AND WORKING WITH THE CITY TO KIND OF REFINE ALL OF THE PLANS THERE.

BUT WE DO EXPECT THAT TO HAPPEN IN THE NEAR FUTURE.

SO WE ALSO KEEP TRACK OF MULTIFAMILY.

AND SO RIGHT NOW YOU HAVE ABOUT 2400 NON-AGE RESTRICTED MULTIFAMILY UNITS INSIDE THE DISTRICT WITH ROUGHLY 1300 FUTURES THAT ARE ON THEIR WAY.

AND SO WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE YIELD INSIDE, THE MULTIFAMILY IS QUITE DIFFERENT THAN THE YIELD THAT WE GET OUT OF SINGLE FAMILY.

IN FACT, YOUR OVERALL YIELD INSIDE THE DISTRICT IS ABOUT 0.37.

SO AGAIN, 37 KIDS TO EVERY 100 UNITS, AND THAT VARIES GREATLY BETWEEN WHERE THAT IS LOCATED AND WHAT TYPE OF

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MULTIFAMILY UNIT IT IS.

AND THEN WE ALSO HAVE SOME MANUFACTURED HOUSING INSIDE THE DISTRICT AND THAT'S GOT A VERY HIGH YIELD OF 0.73.

AND THAT'S PRETTY COMMON ACROSS THE STATE TO HAVE HIGHER YIELD IN THOSE MANUFACTURED HOME COMMUNITIES.

SO I'M GOING TO LOOK AT I KIND OF WANT TO SHOW YOU THE YIELD SEPARATION THAT HAPPENS IN THESE MULTIFAMILY UNITS BASED ON WHERE THEY'RE LOCATED AND WHAT TYPE OF MULTIFAMILY UNIT THEY ARE. AND SO THESE THREE UNITS YOU CAN SEE HAVE A VERY HIGH YIELD.

SO RUSH CREEK APARTMENTS, ARTISAN AT RUSH CREEK AND PARKLAND POINTE ALL HAVE YOU KNOW, YOU'VE GOT 248 UNITS THERE AT RUSH CREEK WITH 292 CURRENT STUDENTS.

SO THEY'RE ABOVE ONE SO 1.17, 1.18.

AND THEN YOU LOOK AT ARTISAN SORRY, ARTISAN AT RUSH CREEK, SAME THING, 130 CURRENT STUDENTS TO 95 UNITS.

SO VERY HIGH ALMOST 1.4 THERE AT AT ARTISAN.

AND THEN YOU'VE GOT PARKLAND POINTE, WHICH 250 UNITS WITH 262 STUDENTS, 1.048 SO THESE ARE ALL VERY HIGH YIELDING UNITS INSIDE THE DISTRICT WHERE YOU HAVE YOU'VE GOT SOME SUBSIDIZED APARTMENTS INSIDE THESE.

SO THEY'VE GOT, YOU KNOW, SO THEY'RE KIND FOR THOSE WHO ARE ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED.

AND SO IN THOSE APARTMENTS, YOU TEND TO HAVE A MUCH HIGHER YIELD OF NUMBER OF STUDENTS.

AND THEN THEY'RE ALSO USUALLY BUILT WITH MORE BEDROOMS THAN MANY OF THE LIFESTYLE UNITS.

AND SO THAT ALSO ALLOWS YOU TO HAVE MORE KIDS IN THOSE APARTMENT UNITS AS WELL.

AND SO WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE MORE LIFESTYLE UNITS THAT YOU HAVE IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE DISTRICT, SO YOU'VE GOT TIMBER VIEW RANCH OF 305 UNITS.

BUILT IN 2017, ONLY 55 STUDENTS IN THOSE 305 UNITS.

SO VERY MUCH LOWER YIELD AT 1.18 OR A 360.

700 UNITS THERE WITH 112 STUDENTS, AGAIN BELOW 0.2.

AND YOU'VE GOT [INAUDIBLE] WITH 275 UNITS AND ONLY 41 STUDENTS THERE.

AND SO 0.149 YIELD THERE.

SO IT VERY MUCH DEPENDS ON WHERE IT IS AND THE TYPE OF UNITS THAT ARE IN THERE AND WHETHER OR NOT THERE IS ANY KIND OF SUBSIDIES INVOLVED IN THE RENT.

HERE WE GO. ALL RIGHT.

SO NOW LOOKING AT OVERALL TEN YEAR FORECAST THAT WE HAVE FOR YOU AND YOU CAN SEE WE HAVE THAT TOP SECTION IS YOUR LAST FIVE YEARS OF ENROLLMENT HISTORY.

SO THE WHITE SECTION ARE PREVIOUS YEARS.

THE ORANGE IS THIS YEAR'S ENROLLMENT.

AND THIS IS BASED ON SNAPSHOT DATA.

SO ALL OF THE PAST YEARS ARE ALL BASED ON SNAPSHOT DATA AS WELL AS THAT SECTION IN THE ORANGE.

AND SO WE WERE COMPARING APPLES TO APPLES.

SO ALL OF OUR FUTURE NUMBERS ARE BASED ON WHERE WE EXPECT YOU TO BE IN OCTOBER OF THAT YEAR.

AND SO WHEN YOU LOOK AT LAST YEAR AND WHEN YOU LOOK AT THESE NUMBERS, YOU CAN SEE THAT ALL OF THE NINTH GRADES ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW.

THAT'S BECAUSE THEY'RE YOUR LARGEST CLASS OF THE DISTRICT EACH YEAR OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS.

THEN YOU'VE GOT THE GREEN, WHICH IS YOUR SECOND LARGEST CLASS OF THE DISTRICT.

AND SO YOU CAN SEE THIS YEAR IS QUITE DIFFERENT TO HAVE YOUR EIGHTH GRADE CLASS AS YOUR SECOND LARGEST CLASS IN THE DISTRICT.

NOW, WHY DO WE HAVE WHY IS THE FRESHMAN CLASS ALWAYS SO HIGH? WELL, IT'S A PHENOMENON THAT HAPPENS IN BASICALLY EVERY LARGE DISTRICT OR EVEN MEDIUM SIZED DISTRICT ACROSS THE STATE.

WHAT WE HAVE IN THERE ARE YOUR FRESHMORES.

SO THOSE ARE YOUR SOPHOMORES THAT DIDN'T QUITE GET ENOUGH CREDITS FOR THE STATE TO CALL THEM SOPHOMORES.

THEY'RE PROBABLY IN SOPHOMORE LEVEL CLASSES, BUT THEY JUST MISSING THAT ONE OR TWO CREDITS TO GET LABELED A SOPHOMORE.

AND SO THAT IS BASICALLY EVERY DISTRICT THAT I WORK WITH, THIS IS WHAT WE SEE.

AND SO LOOKING AT NEXT YEAR, THIS YEAR, YOU GREW 388 STUDENTS.

NEXT YEAR, I'M EXPECTING YOU TO GROW 375 STUDENTS THE FOLLOWING YEAR, ONLY 205.

BECAUSE YOU HAVE A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE FROM THE SENIOR CLASS OF NEXT YEAR VERSUS THE SENIOR CLASS OF THAT YEAR OF 25, 23, 24. THERE'S A HUGE 160 STUDENTS SWING JUST IN THAT CLASS SIZE.

SO CLASS SIZES DO CHANGE AND THEY CREATE WAVES THROUGH THE DISTRICT.

AND THAT'S WHY IT'S INTERESTING TO HAVE, YOU KNOW, YOUR EIGHTH GRADE CLASS AT ALMOST 3,000 KIDS BECAUSE NEXT YEAR THEY'RE LIKELY GOING TO BE THE LARGEST FRESHMAN CLASS FOR THE DISTRICT YOU'VE EVER SEEN.

WE'RE EXPECTING TO BE 3,400 STUDENTS FOR YOUR FRESHMAN CLASS NEXT YEAR.

AND SO AS THAT AS THOSE LARGER CLASSES COME THROUGH AND YOU CAN SEE LAST YEAR, YOUR SECOND LARGEST CLASS WAS YOUR 11TH GRADE.

SO THIS YEAR YOU HAVE A PRETTY LARGE SENIOR CLASS AT 28, AT 28 19.

AND SO THAT CLASS IS ALSO LEAVING A LITTLE BIT OF A GAP AS IT LEAVES REPLACE WITH A SENIOR CLASS OF ONLY 26 78.

AND SO ALL OF THOSE FACTORS COME INTO PLAY.

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ONE OF THE THINGS THAT'S HAPPENING, AND I MENTIONED THIS BEFORE IN YOUR HOUSING IS YOU HAVE THE NORTHERN SIDE OF YOUR DISTRICT THAT IS MUCH, MUCH CLOSER TO MATURITY WHERE THERE'S LESS DEVELOPMENT GOING ON.

AND SO IN THOSE SCHOOLS, YOU'RE STARTING TO GET SOME AGE OUT AS THOSE FAMILIES HAVE BEEN THERE FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME.

AND SO THEIR CHILDREN ARE STARTING TO GRADUATE AND THEY DON'T HAVE AS MANY KINDERGARTNERS COMING IN.

AND SO WHAT I WANT YOU TO SEE ON THIS CHART IS THAT YOU CAN LOOK DOWN THE KINDERGARTEN CLASS AND SEE THAT YOU DON'T HAVE AS MANY KINDERGARTNERS COMING IN AS YOU DO GRADUATING SENIORS AT THE MOMENT.

AND A BIG AND THAT'S A BIG REASON WHY WHEN YOU'RE BUILDING 1000 HOMES A YEAR, WHY YOU'RE ONLY GETTING 3 TO 400 STUDENTS OF GROWTH BECAUSE YOU'RE SWIMMING UPSTREAM. YOU'RE HAVING TO AND RIGHT NOW, YOU'RE NOT HAVING AS MANY KINDERGARTNERS AS YOU ARE GRADUATING.

AND SO THAT'S A HUGE DIFFERENCE.

IN FACT, WHEN YOU LOOK AT 23-24 SCHOOL YEAR, YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE 2300 KINDERGARTNERS AND ONLY 25 AND 2,500 12TH GRADERS. AND SO THAT'S A 200 STUDENT GAP JUST IN THAT DIFFERENCE.

AND SO IF YOU WERE TO ADD 200 MORE STUDENTS INTO THAT MIX, YOU'D BE UP OVER 400 STUDENTS OF GROWTH.

BUT BECAUSE YOU'RE SWIMMING UPHILL, IT APPEARS THAT YOU'RE NOT GROWING AS FAST AS YOU REALLY ARE.

SO A LOT OF THESE YOUNGER CLASSES THAT ARE ON THE SOUTH ARE STARTING TO FILL IN THOSE KINDERGARTEN CLASSES.

AND SO AS THAT CONTINUES TO HAPPEN AND THEN EVENTUALLY THERE'LL BE SOME RESTRUCTURING ON THE NORTH SIDE WHERE YOU'LL START TO GET SOME REGENERATION IN SOME OF THOSE AREAS.

AND SO THAT WILL HELP ALONG THE WAY AS WELL.

BUT REALLY, THAT'S WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE AMOUNT OF GROWTH THAT YOU'RE SEEING VERSUS THE AMOUNT OF HOUSING THAT YOU'RE SEEING, IT FEELS LIKE YOU'RE NOT GROWING AT THE CORRECT RATE, BUT TRULY YOU'RE SWIMMING UPHILL AND YOU'RE, YOU KNOW, SO IF YOU WERE TO BRIDGE THAT GAP WITH THAT NUMBER, YOU COULD SEE YOU COULD BE GROWING TO 5 600 STUDENTS IF IT WEREN'T FOR THAT DIFFERENCE IN YOUR FRESH IN YOUR SENIOR CLASS VERSUS YOUR KINDERGARTEN CLASS.

SO NOW WE'LL LOOK AT IT BY CAMPUS.

AND OVERALL IN YOUR ELEMENTARY CAMPUSES, YOU'RE DOING VERY WELL AS FAR AS CAPACITY GOES.

REALLY, AS WE HAVE SEEN IN THIS SLIDES, ALL OF THAT GROWTH IN PERRY AND NORWOOD IS GOING TO CONTINUE AND THOSE ARE EVENTUALLY GOING TO GET UP OVER CAPACITY, BUT NOT UNTIL OUT IN 26-27 OR 27-28 WHEN THEY STARTED HITTING, YOU KNOW, 800 TO 1000 KIDS IN THOSE TWO PARTICULAR SCHOOLS.

AND THEN LOOKING AT THE SECONDARY CAMPUSES AND THE INTERMEDIATE CAMPUSES, VERY SIMILAR PATTERN WHERE YOU'RE STARTING SOME OF THOSE NORTHERN SCHOOLS DON'T HAVE QUITE AS MUCH CAPACITY ISSUE BECAUSE OF THOSE COMMUNITIES ARE AGING OUT.

AND SO AS THAT CONTINUES TO HAPPEN, THOSE ARE GOING TO STAY RELATIVELY FLAT, IF NOT EVEN DROP A LITTLE BIT.

AND BUT WITH MARTINEZ BEING IN THAT PERRY NORWOOD AREA, THAT'S GOING TO CONTINUE TO GROW TO GET OUT, YOU KNOW, THE YEAR 30-31 WHERE IT'S GOING TO GET OVER 1200 STUDENTS THERE.

AND THEN THE SAME THING AT [INAUDIBLE], WHICH IS IN THOSE SAME ZONES, AND IT'S GOING TO TAKE TILL 31, 32 BEFORE IT ACTUALLY HITS THAT CAPACITY NUMBER.

AND THEN WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE HIGH SCHOOL, YOU SEE MANSFIELD HIGH SCHOOLS, 2566, A LITTLE OVER TO THE 2500 MARK.

BUT THEN IT'S GOING TO START IT'S GOING TO START ACTUALLY DROPPING A LITTLE BIT.

AND THAT HAS TO DO WITH SOME OF THOSE LARGER CLASSES LEAVING AND NOT AS LARGE A CLASSES COMING IN BEHIND IT.

AND SO THAT'S GOING TO LEVEL OUT A LITTLE BIT AND THEN IT'S GOING TO PICK BACK UP AS SOME OF THE SOME OF THOSE ELEMENTARIES AND THINGS GET SOME REGENERATION COMING THROUGH.

AND SO DOWN THE ROAD, YOU'RE LOOKING AT 2500 THERE.

THEN WE'RE LOOKING AT LAKE RIDGE, WHICH IS 2600, CONTINUING TO GROW UP OVER 3000, GETTING ALMOST TO 3200 AND THEN HITTING 3200 AROUND 2829 AND THEN STARTING TO FADE BACK DOWN TO 30 TO 3000.

AND THEN AT LEGACY, ALSO HITTING OVER 2,500 OUT IN 24-25, GETTING UP TO AS MUCH AS 2700 AND THEN KIND OF LEVELING OFF AT THAT 2650 NUMBER.

AND YOU CAN SEE AT SUMMIT YOU'RE ALREADY STARTING TO BECAUSE IT'S YOUR MOST MATURE SECTION OF THE DISTRICT THAT IT'S ALREADY STARTING TO KIND OF GET TO DROP A LITTLE BIT.

AND IT'S GOING TO CONTINUE THAT PROCESS TILL YOU GET OUT TO ABOUT 30, 29 OR 30 WHERE IT STARTS TO LEVEL OFF RIGHT AT ABOUT JUST OVER 4500. AND THEN WHEN YOU LOOK AT TIMBER VIEW, VERY SIMILAR TO THAT, IT'S STARTING ALSO AT AT THE VERY BEGINNINGS OF OF IT'S ALSO MATURING OUT.

AND SO YOU'VE GOT THAT AREA DWINDLING DOWN TO ABOUT 1500 BY THE TIME YOU GET TEN YEARS OUT.

ALL RIGHT. SO OVERALL, STILL CONTINUING TO GROW.

AS FAR AS, YOU KNOW, OVERALL TOTALS OF NUMBER OF HOME SALES, NEW HOME STARTS HAVE CONTINUED TO BE RECORD PACE AND THE

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HOME CLOSINGS ARE LAGGING BEHIND BECAUSE OF THE LENGTHY BUILDING TIME AND THE SUPPLY CHAIN PROBLEMS. YOU DO HAVE 47 ACTIVE BUILDING SUBDIVISION WITH 1900 LOTS VACANT DEVELOP LOTS AVAILABLE.

SO THAT'S A NICE TWO YEAR SUPPLY.

YOU'RE ACTUALLY PRETTY WELL AHEAD OF A LOT OF THE AREAS THAT WE WORK WITH.

YOU GET 22 FUTURE SUBDIVISIONS, WHICH ADDS UP TO OVER 6400 FUTURE LOTS.

AND YOU'VE GOT 1000 LOTS THAT ARE BASICALLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT RIGHT NOW MOVING FROM THAT FUTURE STAGE INTO VACANT DEVELOPED LOTS.

SO THAT CHAIN, THAT SUPPLY CHAIN IS CONTINUING TO GO AS FAR AS DELIVERING LOTS GOES.

SO I DO EXPECT YOU TO ENROLL OVER 37,000 STUDENTS BY THE TIME YOU GET TO 26, 27 AND OVER 38,500 BY THE TIME YOU GET OUT TO 31, 32. ALL RIGHT.

SO I ROLLED OUT A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF INFORMATION VERY QUICKLY, ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS, BOARD MEMBERS TO MY RIGHT.

MR. KENNEDY. TAG YOU'RE IT.

YOU KNOW, I JUST WANTED TO KNOW IN PARTICULARLY HOW IT IMPACTS YIELDS.

I MEAN, YOU DEMONSTRATE THAT THE COST OF AVERAGE HOUSING IN THIS TOWN IN THE LAST TEN YEARS HAS GONE UP SIGNIFICANTLY.

YOU KNOW, I LOOK AT THE NUMBER OF LOTS THAT ARE AVAILABLE.

WE'RE MORE AND MORE PRICING YOUNGER FAMILIES OUT OF HOMES AND IT LOOKS TO ME AND WHAT I'M SEEING IN MY INDUSTRY, I'M A BANKER.

I'M SEEING FEWER AND FEWER YOUNG FAMILIES THAT CAN AFFORD TO LIVE WITHIN OUR SCHOOL DISTRICT BECAUSE OF THE COST OF HOUSING.

WHAT DOES IT DO WHEN WE SEE COUPLED WITH RISING INTEREST RATES, WHICH ARE GOING TO INCREASE MONTHLY PAYMENTS AND GET MORE AND MORE YOUNG PEOPLE? WHAT DOES IT DO TO THAT YIELD THAT WE LOOK AT? I MEAN, I HAVE TO THINK Y'ALL TAKE THAT KIND OF THING INTO CONSIDERATION, PARTICULARLY IN LIGHT OF THE CURRENT ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT WE'RE IN NOW.

SO ABSOLUTELY.

WHAT IT TENDS TO CHANGE IS LESS ABOUT HOW MANY KIDS MIGHT BE IN THAT HOME, BUT THE AGE OF THOSE KIDS THAT MIGHT BE IN THAT HOME.

SO THOSE HOMES THAT ARE NOW AT 400,000 ARE LIKELY GOING TO BE, YOU KNOW, A JUMP UP HOME.

THEY'RE MOVING TO THE NEXT LEVEL.

AND SO THEY'RE LIKELY GOING TO HAVE, YOU KNOW, OLDER ELEMENTARY OR MIDDLE SCHOOL OR HIGH SCHOOL KIDS BY THE TIME THEY GET INTO THOSE HOMES VERSUS KINDERGARTNERS AND FIRST GRADERS.

THAT'S THE BIGGEST.

MY SECOND QUESTION WOULD BE ABOUT YOUR ABSORPTIONS.

I MEAN, THE NUMBERS THAT YOU PRESENT ON THIS LAST THING HERE.

I MEAN, THIS IS YOUR OPINION.

IT'S NOT NECESSARILY.

BUT WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE? WE'RE APPROVING TOO MANY SUBDIVISIONS IN THIS TOWN RIGHT NOW.

SO THAT'S NOT A, THAT'S A QUESTION.

I KNOW THAT'S NOT YOU'RE POINT. MORE FOR YOUR CITY COUNCIL.

BUT I'M ALSO LOOKING AT, WELL, WE WORK WE HAVE TO EDUCATE THE PEOPLE THAT THEY APPROVE SUBDIVISIONS FOR.

I MEAN, I'VE HAD THAT DISCUSSION WITH CITY COUNCIL PEOPLE, AND IT DOES CONCERN ME THAT WE'RE NOT SELLING AS MANY HOUSES AS WE APPROVING LOTS.

THE ABSORPTIONS WORRY ME A LITTLE BIT AND I MEAN, I JUST I SHOULDN'T HAVE ASKED YOUR OPINION.

IT'S REALLY NOT YOUR PLACE TO DO THAT.

BUT THAT DOES CONCERN ME.

SURE. I THINK THAT I THINK THAT RIGHT NOW THE ECONOMY IN DFW IS SO STRONG AND THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE MOVING IN FROM OUT OF STATE. THE MIGRATION LEVEL IS SO HIGH BECAUSE THESE CORPORATE COMPANIES ARE MOVING FROM CALIFORNIA, NEW YORK, FLORIDA, ALL THESE DIFFERENT PLACES, AND THEY'RE PAYING CASH FOR THESE HOMES.

AND SO BECAUSE OF THAT, I DON'T KNOW THAT YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE THAT ABSORPTION.

PROBABLY THE DEMAND IS RIGHT NOW JUST OVERREACHING, THE INTEREST RATES, ALL THAT STUFF BY SHEER MIGRATION.

I READ AN ARTICLE IN THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ABOUT A WEEK AGO THAT SAID THAT IN THE LAST TWO YEARS, 40% OF THE PEOPLE THAT MOVE OUT OF STATE ARE MOVING INTO TEXAS.

TO MANSFIELD, TEXAS.

TEXAS. YEAH.

NO, TEXAS IS THE NUMBER ONE DESTINATION RIGHT NOW FOR MIGRATION.

AND IT HAS TO DO A LOT WITH THE CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS THAT ARE MOVING HERE AND AND MANUFACTURING.

IT'S NOT JUST CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS.

IT'S ALSO MANUFACTURING FACILITIES.

IT'S YOU KNOW, WE'RE ON I-35.

IT TAKES US ALL THE WAY TO CHICAGO AND INTO CANADA.

SO ALL OF THOSE THINGS ARE MAJOR FACTORS FOR THE DFW MARKET.

WE'RE ALSO A VERY DIVERSE ECONOMY, SO WE'RE NOT RELIANT ON ONE THING OR ANOTHER.

HOUSTON IS NOT AS LUCKY WITH THAT, BUT THEY'RE GROWING IN DIVERSITY.

BUT SO THE STATE OF TEXAS IS REALLY IN GREAT SHAPE.

AND EVEN IF YOU LOOK BACK INTO 2006 TO 2008 IN THE CRASH THAT HAPPENED THEN, YOU KNOW, WHEN MOST OF THE COUNTRY WAS HITTING THIS ENORMOUS HIGH AND THEN THEY CAME OFF A CLIFF AND REALLY JUST CAME TUMBLING DOWN.

OURS WAS MORE OF A HILL AND A MUCH SMALLER DROP.

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AND THAT'S GOING TO BE A SIMILAR I BELIEVE THAT'LL BE A SIMILAR CASE IN THE FUTURE FOR TEXAS.

MR. SNEED. THANK YOU FOR THE PRESENTATION.

THERE'S A COUPLE OF INITIAL THOUGHTS I HAD IN TAKING A LOOK AT THE DATA THAT YOU JUST PRESENTED.

ONE IS A CONCERN ABOUT OUR NORTHERN AREA AND POTENTIAL AGING OUT OF SOME OF OUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AND WHAT THAT MAY DO TO OUR DISTRICT AS AS WE MOVE FORWARD.

AND THEN TAKING A LOOK AT YOUR PROJECTIONS AND THE NEXT TEN YEARS, IT APPEARS THAT SOME OF OUR HIGH SCHOOLS ARE GOING TO BE ABOVE CAPACITY.

SO MY QUESTION REALLY IS FOR [INAUDIBLE] WHAT IS THE WHAT WHAT WAS THE BUILDING CAPACITY FOR EACH OF OUR HIGH SCHOOLS WHEN THEY WERE DESIGNED? SO THE PRACTICAL CAPACITY FOR EACH ONE OF OUR HIGH SCHOOLS IS 2500.

BUT ONE OF THE THINGS THAT WE DON'T TALK ABOUT IS HOW BEN BARBER FACTORS INTO THAT.

SO OUR CAPACITY AT THE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL IS 2,500.

AND YOU SEE THE ENROLLMENTS ARE HIGH.

BUT ONE THING IS THE KIDS ARE NOT ALWAYS THERE.

YOU KNOW, WE HAVE A LOT OF KIDS THAT HAVE BEEN BARBER AT THAT TIME.

SO THE PRACTICAL CAPACITY IS 2500.

BUT BECAUSE WE HAVE BEEN BARBER, WE CAN RUN ABOVE THE CAPACITY OR THE DESIGN CAPACITY.

GOOD POINT. [INAUDIBLE] I WANT TO ARGUE THAT POINT.

THAT IS TRUE.

BUT IF YOU YOU KNOW, I KNOW YOU HAVE DISCUSSED POTENTIAL SITUATIONS WHERE IF OUR SCHOOLS CONTINUE TO GROW.

IN SOME AREAS AND STARTED TO LAG BEHIND IN SOME AREAS THAT THERE MAY HAVE TO BE SOME ADJUSTMENTS.

AND AGAIN, SO MY INITIAL THOUGHTS HAD TO DO WITH THE SCHOOLS AGING OUT.

AND USUALLY WHEN SCHOOLS AGE OUT, THERE HAS TO BE SOME TYPE OF ADJUSTMENT BECAUSE THEY'RE NOT AT AN ECONOMICALLY FEASIBLE LEVEL TO MAINTAIN OR YOU HAVE TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS SUCH AS ATTENDANCE ZONES, THOSE KIND OF THINGS.

AND I'M NOT SUGGESTING THAT THAT'S SOMETHING THAT TO BE DONE ANYTIME SOON, BUT THAT THOSE WERE MY INITIAL THOUGHTS LOOKING AT THE PRESENTATION.

I DO THINK THE INFORMATION THAT YOU PROVIDED WAS WAS GREAT THE SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUE IS ONE THAT IS OF CONCERN.

AND THEN WHAT MR. KENNEDY MENTIONED IS WHEN THE COST FOR HOUSING GOES UP OR HOMES GO UP, IT IS GOING TO HAVE AN IMPACT ON YOUNG FAMILIES WHO MAY MOVE INTO MOVING TO THE AREA.

AND IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD WHERE I LIVE, I SEE PEOPLE MOVING INTO THE NEIGHBORHOODS, BUT I DON'T SEE A LOT OF KIDS IN THOSE HOMES.

AND I THINK THAT MAY BE SOMETHING THAT AS A DISTRICT, WE HAVE TO CONSIDER THE FACT THAT, YES, PEOPLE ARE MOVING IN, BUT THAT DOESN'T NECESSARILY MEAN THAT THEY'RE KIDS THAT'S GOING TO ACTUALLY BE BUYING THOSE HOMES.

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS TO MY RIGHT? TO MY LEFT. MS. MARCUCCI. THIS ONE, I THINK, IS PROBABLY MORE FOR DR.

CANTU. CAN YOU TELL ME A LITTLE BIT MORE ABOUT HOW SCHOOLS OF CHOICE MAY AFFECT THESE NUMBERS, TOO, BECAUSE THIS IS BASED ON ZONING, CORRECT? YES, MA'AM. SO WHEN WE LOOK AT THAT, IT STILL MAKES IT A LITTLE BIT MORE CLOUDY, BECAUSE MY UNDERSTANDING THIS YEAR IS THAT WE DID HAVE MORE APPLICANTS THAN WE HAD SPOTS IN THESE DIFFERENT SCHOOLS OF CHOICE.

CORRECT. WE DID.

SO WE DO KNOW THAT THERE'S GOING TO BE SOME SHIFTING OF DEMOGRAPHICS FROM SOME CAMPUSES ONTO OTHER CAMPUSES.

SO THAT'S WHY THAT ENROLLMENT REPORT THAT'S PROVIDED FOR US EVERY MONTH IS IMPORTANT.

THAT'S ONE OF THE THINGS THAT I REALLY LOOK AT AND SO TO SPEAK, TO MR. SNEED POINT AND I LOOK AT THE PROJECTED ENROLLMENT FOR SOME OF THESE SCHOOLS IN THE I MEAN, THEY'RE IN ARLINGTON, A LOT OF THEM ARE. THAT OPENS UP, I THINK, SOME MORE POSSIBILITIES OF SOME SCHOOLS OF CHOICE.

RIGHT. SO MAYBE SOME OF OUR KIDS WOULD WANT TO MOVE INTO THOSE AREAS AND ATTEND SCHOOL THERE.

THAT'S JUST ONE IDEA TO LOOK AT.

AND I'M SURE THAT YOU ALL WILL CONSIDER THAT MOVING FORWARD.

BUT I JUST I WANT TO LOOK AT EVERYTHING THROUGH THE LENS OF OPPORTUNITY.

YES. AND WE ACTUALLY HAVE AS MANY OPPORTUNITIES AS WE CAN.

CORRECT. AND WE HAVE BEEN LOOKING AT THIS DATA AND HAVING JUST CONVERSATIONS ABOUT BUILDING CAPACITY.

RIGHT. AND WHAT THAT MEANS AND ALSO PUTTING THAT THROUGH THE LENS OF SCHOOL OF CHOICE.

SO WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? WHAT, LIKE YOU SAID, WHAT OPPORTUNITIES EXIST FOR US TO DO SOMETHING A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT AND HAVE STUDENTS, YOU KNOW, MAYBE GOING TO DIFFERENT

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PLACES FOR DIFFERENT OPPORTUNITIES? AND JUST OUT OF MY CURIOSITY, DO WE HAVE ANY IDEA WHEN WE MIGHT PRESENT A RESPONSE TO THIS? I MEAN, WHEN THE BOARD MIGHT START TALKING ABOUT THOSE POSSIBILITIES AGAIN? BECAUSE I KNOW TYPICALLY YOU ALL WILL PRESENT DATA TO THE BOARD, HAVE A CHANCE TO HAVE SOME CONVERSATION AND ENGAGE AND REALLY UNDERSTAND THE DATA BECAUSE IT CAME FAST AND FURIOUS. I'M JUST LOOKING AT HIM, I SEE THAT.

SO BUT I KNOW THAT TYPICALLY Y'ALL HAVE A RESPONSE TO THAT AND TALK ABOUT POSSIBILITIES AND THINGS THAT COULD HAPPEN.

RIGHT, I WOULD SAY WE WANT TO GET THROUGH GRADUATION.

AND THEN I THINK. NO, I MEAN I MEAN, NO, JUST WRAPPING UP THE SCHOOL YEAR AND THEN WE'LL HAVE TIME TO DIVE INTO THE STATE AND WE'LL BE ABLE TO SPEND A LOT OF REALLY GOOD TIME WITH IT THIS SUMMER WHILE WE'RE WORKING.

AND THEN WE'LL BE ABLE TO COME BACK WITH SOMETHING VERY SOON.

AND THEN I DON'T KNOW IF THIS IS A BETTER QUESTION FOR YOU, BUT A LOT OF PEOPLE LOOK AT THESE NUMBERS AND THINK THEY KNOW BETTER.

WE HAVE HAD A LOT OF DATA PROVIDED TO US OVER THE YEARS.

THIS IS MY NINTH YEAR ON THE BOARD AND I FEEL LIKE Y'ALL HAVE DONE A REALLY GREAT JOB.

THANK YOU. AND I WAS JUST WONDERING IF YOU HAD ANY DATA OR INFORMATION THAT COULD CORROBORATE THAT.

I MEAN, JUST TO TALK ABOUT THE ACCURACY OF SOME OF THESE PROJECTIONS, THAT Y'ALL PUT TOGETHER, JUST LIKE DISTRICTS HAVE STRUGGLED OVER THE LAST TWO YEARS WITH COVID, IT'S BEEN OBVIOUSLY THROWN CURVEBALL AT EVERY DEMOGRAPHIC FIRM OR PERSON OF ANY LEVEL.

AND SO IT'S BEEN A STRUGGLE THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS, OBVIOUSLY, BUT AND THIS NEXT YEAR IS GOING TO BE DIFFICULT AS WELL BECAUSE.

SO WHEN COVID HIT THE NEXT YEAR, WE LOST 122,000 KIDS OUT OF THE STATE PUBLIC EDUCATION.

IT'S NEVER HAPPENED IN THE HISTORY OF THE STATE OF TEXAS THAT WE'VE GONE NEGATIVE.

BUT IT'S BEEN SIMILAR INSTANCES IN OKLAHOMA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, ALL AROUND US, VERY, VERY SIMILAR ACROSS THE UNITED STATES.

THIS YEAR, WE GREW BACK 55,000 STUDENTS, WHICH IS OUR NORMAL GROWTH.

SO WE'RE STILL MISSING 122,000 KIDS.

AND SO TRYING TO CALCULATE HOW THOSE KIDS ARE GOING TO COME BACK IN OR IF THEY'RE GOING TO COME BACK IN IS REALLY DIFFICULT.

AND SO I WOULD SAY THAT, YOU KNOW, I FEEL A LITTLE LESS CONFIDENT IN EVERYTHING RIGHT NOW.

BUT I THINK THAT'S I DON'T KNOW THAT THERE'S ANOTHER WAY TO LOOK AT IT.

BUT WE NORMALLY OUR GOAL WHEN WE SET OUT EVERY YEAR TO DO YOUR ENROLLMENT FOR THE FOLLOWING YEAR IS TO BE WITHIN 1%.

AND SO THAT'S.

I APPRECIATE THAT HONESTY, TOO, YOU KNOW, IN THEIR RESPONSE AS WELL.

SO THANK YOU FOR THAT.

AND THEN I HAD ANOTHER QUESTION THAT WAS KIND OF GEARED AROUND THE MULTIFAMILY HOUSING, BECAUSE THAT'S BEEN A PRETTY BIG CONTROVERSY IN OUR COMMUNITY.

AND I KNOW THAT YOU TALKED ABOUT HOW MUCH THAT CAN VARY FROM DIFFERENT PLACES.

CAN YOU ELABORATE A LITTLE BIT MORE? SO LIKE IF I WANTED TO IF I WERE ON CITY COUNCIL AND WANTED TO BRING SOME MULTIFAMILY HOUSING TO A PARTICULAR AREA, THAT MAY BE PRETTY CROWDED RIGHT NOW AS FAR AS THE SCHOOLS ARE. BUT I WANTED TO WORK WITH THE SCHOOL DISTRICT, AS MR. KENNEDY SUGGESTED.

WHAT KIND OF HOUSING UNIT WOULD I WANT TO BUILD? MULTIFAMILY HOUSING UNIT WOULD I BUILD SO THAT IT DOESN'T NEGATIVELY IMPACT THE NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOLS AS MUCH AS? SURE. SO OTHERS.

MOST MULTIFAMILY UNITS START OUT AS A CLASS A OR LUXURY APARTMENT, AND THAT'S USUALLY TARGETED TO A LIFESTYLE EITHER THAT'S EITHER 55 OR OLDER OR IT'S YOUNG ADULT, YOUNG PROFESSIONAL.

AND SO THOSE NORMALLY DO NOT HAVE A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF KIDS.

SO IF I WAS TRYING TO HELP THE DISTRICT, THEN THAT WOULD BE THE TYPE OF APARTMENT THAT I WOULD WANT TO BUILD AND BECAUSE IT WOULD HAVE A MUCH LOWER IMPACT ON THE DISTRICT. AND MANY OF THOSE START OUT WITH LIKE 70 TO 75%, ONE BEDROOMS. AND SO YOU'RE NOT GOING TO GET ANY KIDS OUT OF THOSE ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS.

OR YOU MIGHT, I GUESS.

BUT NORMALLY YOU DON'T.

MOST APARTMENT COMPLEXES DON'T ALLOW THAT.

SO WHEN YOU SEE THAT, YOU KNOW, YOU CAN LOOK AT THE MIX OF WHAT TYPE OF HOW MANY TWO BEDROOM, HOW MANY THREE BEDROOMS ARE IN THE MIX OF THE DEVELOPMENT.

THAT WILL ALSO HELP YOU A LITTLE BIT ON WHAT TO EXPECT AS FAR AS NUMBER OF KIDS COMING OUT OF THERE.

HOW DOES AGE AFFECT THAT? BECAUSE YOU TALKED ABOUT BECAUSE I KNOW THAT, YOU KNOW, MOST APARTMENT COMPLEXES DON'T START OFF WITH GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE AND THINGS LIKE THAT.

COULD YOU TALK A LITTLE BIT MORE ABOUT HOW AGE AFFECTS THAT? SO NORMALLY WHAT WE'LL SEE IS IT TAKES ABOUT TEN OR 12 YEARS FOR IT TO START TO MOVE INTO A DIFFERENT CLASSIFICATION.

AND THEN IT ALSO THERE'S LOTS OF FACTORS.

THAT'S A PRETTY VAGUE NUMBER, BUT IT'S ABOUT TEN OR 12 YEARS BEFORE WE REALLY START SEEING THAT CHANGE.

BUT THE NUMBER OF ONE BEDROOM VERSUS TWO BEDROOM, THREE BEDROOM, THAT'S ALWAYS GOING TO BE THE SAME.

SO THAT'S VERY HELPFUL INFORMATION FOR ME BECAUSE I'M NOT ON CITY COUNCIL AND SO HEARING SOME OF THIS IS BEEN VERY BENEFICIAL FOR ME.

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SO THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME. THOSE WERE JUST A FEW OF MY QUESTIONS THAT I HAD.

THANK YOU. SO I DO HAVE A QUESTION FOR YOU.

A FEW QUESTIONS FOR YOU.

BUT I DO KNOW THAT SOMETIMES NEW APARTMENT, MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS, THEY DO SUBSIDIZE AND MAKE PARTIAL SECTION EIGHT TO HELP KIND OF COVER COST AND THINGS LIKE THAT.

SO. IS THAT OLD INFORMATION OR IS THAT STILL ACCURATE INFORMATION, THAT NEW APARTMENTS CAN STILL DO THAT OUT OF THE BEGINNING RATHER THAN AT THE END? SURE. THEY DON'T DO IT.

AS YOU KNOW, THAT'S KIND OF AN OPTION FOR THAT APARTMENT TO TRY TO GET, YOU KNOW, SEE HOW FULL THEY CAN GET RIGHT AS FAST AS THEY CAN. BECAUSE OBVIOUSLY, THE THE FULLER THEY ARE, THE MORE MONEY THEY'RE MAKING.

AND SO RIGHT NOW, BECAUSE OF THE MARKET AND BECAUSE OF THE HOUSING MARKET'S GOTTEN SO HIGH, THAT'S LESS OF AN INCENTIVE.

YOU'RE NOT SEEING AS MANY INCENTIVES RIGHT NOW BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE HAVING TO.

THAT MAKES SENSE. MOVING TO THOSE MULTIFAMILY AREAS.

SO YOU'RE NOT SEEING AS MUCH OF THAT.

NOW, NORMALLY, A LOT OF TIMES IN A CLASS A APARTMENT BUILDING, EVEN THE AMOUNT OF ACCOMMODATIONS IS ONLY LIKE, YOU KNOW, IS LESS THAN 10% OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS.

OKAY. AND I DO HAVE TO SAY, FROM BEING ON THE BOARD FOR SEVERAL YEARS, THIS IS PROBABLY THE MOST EASY TO UNDERSTAND DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT WE'VE EVER HAD EVER IF YOU'VE EVER ENJOYED THOSE MEETINGS BEFORE.

SO THANK YOU FOR THAT.

THANK YOU. WITH THAT, YOU KNOW, IF YOU DRIVE AROUND IN MISD, YOU NOTICE THAT THE [INAUDIBLE] AREA IS STILL GREEN AND OPEN FIELDED.

DO WE HAVE ANY CONCERN THAT THAT'S GOING TO BE BUILT OUT OR IS IT I MEAN, IT JUST NEVER SEEMS TO BE POINT OF ANY CONVERSATION THAT ANYONE HAS.

WE ALWAYS HEAR ABOUT THE SOUTH PART OF MANSFIELD, SO THAT'LL COME DOWN TO ZONING.

AND SO, YOU KNOW, RIGHT NOW THERE'S OBVIOUSLY SOME THERE'S SOME BARRIERS TO ENTRY THERE THAT ARE NOT IN THE SOUTH PART, SO THAT'LL ALL COME DOWN.

AND SO IF IT DOES CHANGE, IF THAT ZONING DOES CHANGE IN THE FUTURE, THEN WE'LL BE ABLE TO SEE THAT COMING PRETTY FAR IN ADVANCE.

SURE. AND THEN WE'RE TALKING ABOUT MULTIFAMILY AND THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF THE WAY THAT LOOKS AND SINGLE FAMILY HOMES AND AND SUCH.

THERE'S A NEW BUILDING AREA ON DEBBIE LANE AND 360.

AND I CAN'T FOR THE LIFE OF ME FIGURE OUT WHAT KIND OF HOUSING I THINK THAT IS.

IT'S NOT APARTMENTS, BUT IT'S.

SOMEBODY HELP ME OUT HERE.

AND I JUST WAS I DIDN'T SEE THAT IT WAS MARKED ON YOUR ON YOUR MAP.

TOWNHOMES. OKAY, MAYBE IT'S TOWNHOMES.

YEAH, GARDEN TYPE HOMES.

IT JUST WASN'T MARKED ON YOUR MAP.

AND I NOTICED YOU GUESSED IT.

WELL THANKS. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO NOW? HAVE A FLAT ON THAT? SO IT'S PROBABLY ON THIS MAP.

IF WE HAD A SLIDE ON IT. WELL, I JUST.

AND IT WAS JUST I WAS JUST CURIOUS OF IF YOU COULD TELL BECAUSE IT DIDN'T SHOW THAT IT WAS COLORED ON YOUR MAP WHEN YOU WERE LOOKING AT IT.

RIGHT. THERE YOU GO.

SO. WELL, WE HAVE THE INFORMATION ON IT BECAUSE I THINK I THINK YOU'RE RIGHT.

I THINK THAT WAS THE SLIDE.

NO BIG DEAL. IN SUMMARY, THOUGH, IT'S THERE'S SO MANY VARIABLES.

AND I THINK WE UNDERSTAND THAT.

SO WE UNDERSTAND THAT THE DISTRICT WILL NEED TO TAKE QUITE A WHILE TO KIND OF INGEST THIS AND COME UP WITH A MULTIFACETED PLAN.

BUT THANK YOU FOR THE INFORMATION AND YOUR TIME TONIGHT.

WE APPRECIATE IT. YOU'RE VERY WELCOME.

THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME. ALL RIGHTY.

MOVING ON TO AGENDA ITEM 8.1 PRESENTATIONS.

NOPE. I'M COMING.

THIS IS MOVING ON TO AGENDA ITEM 9.1 DISCUSSIONS.

WE'RE GOING TO REVIEW THE BOARD MEMBER CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS [INAUDIBLE].

[9. Discussion ]

WOULD YOU LIKE TO SHARE THIS INFORMATION? SNEAK ATTACK.

JUST FOR YOUR INFORMATION.

ALL MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL BOARD ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS, AND WE DO THIS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR AT MEETINGS, AT CONVENTIONS.

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WE CAN DO IT ONLINE, AND WE ARE REQUIRED TO SHARE THIS INFORMATION AND HAVE THIS SHARED OUT.

SO. WHILE WE'RE WAITING FOR THAT INFORMATION, I'LL OPEN IT UP FOR ANY KIND OF DISCUSSION OR QUESTIONS THAT ANYONE ON THE BOARD MIGHT HAVE REGARDING THIS INFORMATION.

I JUST WANT TO SAY THAT BOARD MEMBERS, YOU ALL NEED TO GO TO THE NTAASB MEETINGS, THE NORTH TEXAS AREA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS, BECAUSE THAT'S ONE OF THE MOST INEXPENSIVE ORGANIZATIONS THAT WE'RE A PART OF.

AND IT'S REALLY GREAT NETWORKING.

AND YOU DO GET CONTINUING ED CREDIT FOR EVERY MEETING.

THEY HAVE FOUR MEETINGS A YEAR THAT ARE SOMEWHERE IN THE METROPLEX.

AND SO THAT'S MY PLUG FOR THAT ONE BECAUSE THAT'S SOME GOOD LOW COST QUALITY TRAINING.

SO HERE, HERE.

I AM READY. I ALSO WANT TO POINT OUT THAT THE REQUIREMENTS FOR FIRST YEAR BOARD MEMBERS ARE DIFFERENT FOR THAN FOR SEASONED BOARD MEMBERS.

SO I WILL WOULD YOU LIKE FOR ME TO READ THE EXACT NUMBERS OR JUST THAT PEOPLE HAVE MET? JUST THE PEOPLE HAVE MET WITH YOU.

OKAY. THERE'S TOPIC ONE ARE COURSES THAT ARE REGULATED BY THE STATE.

THEY'RE JUST REQUIREMENTS AND ALL BOARD MEMBERS HAVE MET THOSE.

MR. KENNEDY IS WORKING ON HIS LEGISLATIVE UPDATE.

AND MR. SNEED, HE SINCE HE WAS ALREADY A BOARD MEMBER, HE DID NOT HAVE TO RE-QUALIFY FOR SOME OF THOSE COURSES. TOPIC TWO IS OUR BOARD TEAM OF EIGHT TRAINING THAT ALL BOARD MEMBERS HAVE MET THAT THIS YEAR. AND THE TOPIC THREE AND THESE ARE ALL DESIGNATED BY THE TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS AND ALL OF OUR BOARD MEMBERS HAVE MET AND EXCEEDED.

WE HAVE SOME BOARD MEMBERS.

I JUST LIKE TO POINT OUT THAT DESIREE THOMAS HAS EARNED 56.5 CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS AND KEZIAH FARRAR HAS EARNED 45 CREDITS AND KAREN MARCUCCI.

I'LL JUST READ THE TOP THREE AND HAD EARNED 28.75.

THEY ARE ONLY REQUIRED TO, AS A SEASONED BOARD MEMBER, TO EARN TEN CREDITS PER YEAR OF CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS AND KEZIAH BEING A FIRST YEAR BOARD MEMBER AND WARREN DAVIS, THEY WERE ONLY REQUIRED.

I'M SORRY I HAD THAT BACKWARDS.

FORGIVE ME. NEW BOARD MEMBERS HAVE TO EARN TEN CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS AND SEASONED BOARD MEMBERS ONLY NEED FIVE. SO AS YOU CAN SEE THAT THEY HAVE FAR EXCEEDED WHAT IS REQUIRED BY TEA AND THE TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS.

THANK YOU, [INAUDIBLE]. I APPRECIATE IT.

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS FROM THE BOARD? WELL, WE WILL MOVE ON.

THANK YOU SO MUCH.

THIS MOVES US TO AGENDA ITEM 10.1 PUBLIC COMMENTS.

THE CORRECT PROCEDURE FOR ADDRESSING THE BOARD DURING PUBLIC COMMENTS IS AS FOLLOWS.

[10. Public Comments ]

EACH SPEAKER SHOULD ADDRESS THE BOARD FROM THE PODIUM MICROPHONE AND STATE HIS OR HER NAME BEFORE SPEAKING.

ALL SPEAKERS WILL BE LIMITED TO 3 MINUTES AND MAKE COMMENTS REGARDING ITEMS ON THE AGENDA UNLESS MODIFIED BY THE BOARD PRESIDENT BASED ON BOARD POLICY BED LOCAL.

COPIES OF THE PRESENTATION SHOULD BE MADE AVAILABLE TO ALL TRUSTEES IN THE SUPERINTENDENT.

BOARD POLICY PROHIBITS THE DISCUSSION OF COMPLAINTS AGAINST DISTRICT EMPLOYEES DURING AN OPEN FORUM, WHILE SPEAKING INDIVIDUALS WILL BE ABLE TO SEE A THREE MINUTE TIMER IN FRONT OF THEM. WHEN THE TIMER REACHES 30 SECONDS, THE LIGHT WILL CHANGE YELLOW AND WHEN THE TIMER REACHES ZERO, THE LIGHT WILL BLINK RED AND WILL BEEP.

OUR FIRST SPEAKER THIS EVENING IS [INAUDIBLE].

PLEASE COME TO THE PODIUM.

HI, I'M [INAUDIBLE].

I WANTED TO INTRODUCE [INAUDIBLE] STUDENTS, [INAUDIBLE] STUDENTS WHO WANTED TO SHARE THE FINDINGS FROM THE PBL PROJECT WITH THE BOARD.

THEIR PROJECT ACTUALLY GOT RECOGNIZED AT GKSA JUST YESTERDAY, AND THEY WON SEVERAL AWARDS FOR ALL THE RESEARCH AND WORK THAT THEY HAVE DONE TO PREPARE FOR THIS PBL PROJECT.

BUT BEFORE I TURN IT TO THEM, I JUST WANTED A MINUTE OF YOUR TIME.

I THINK THE PRESENTATION, WHICH REALLY IS A YOUNG LADY WHO WAS HERE A SECOND AGO DELIVERED, REALLY MADE ME THINK ABOUT FAIRNESS AND EQUALITY AND THAT ANYBODY WANTS TO BE TREATED EQUALLY.

AND I THINK WHAT YOU'LL HEAR FROM THESE KIDS PRESENTATION THEY'RE ASKING FOR THE SAME IS THEY WANT EQUALITY AND THEY WANT FAIRNESS FROM THE DISTRICT.

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THEY WANT TO BE TREATED AS ANY OTHER ISSUE WHICH THIS BOARD MAY ISSUE, WHICH MAY BE PRESENTED TO THIS BOARD.

THEY WANT THE SAME RESPECT AND RECOGNITION AND DUE DILIGENCE FROM YOU AS THE BOARD MEMBERS.

THEY'RE NOT ASKING FOR ANYTHING NEW.

THEY LITERALLY ARE ASKING TO CONTINUE SOMETHING THEY ARE ALREADY DOING.

THEY WANT TO ASK TO CONTINUE THE SPORT THAT THEY LOVE.

THEY ARE NOT ASKING FOR NEW RULES.

THEY MERELY ASKING FOR DISTRICTS TO ADOPT EXISTING RULES OR IN ONE CASE, TO ACTUALLY APPROPRIATELY APPLY A RULE WHICH WE BELIEVE RIGHT NOW DISTRICT DOESN'T EVEN COMPLY THIS.

THEY ARE NOT ASKING FOR THE DISTRICT TO JUST GIVE IT TO THEM.

THEY'RE ASKING TO HAVE TRYOUTS FOR THE UIL TEAMS THEY WANT.

RIGHT NOW, THEY DON'T EVEN HAVE OPPORTUNITY TO TRY OUT.

THEY'RE NOT ASKING TO PUT THEM ON A TEAM.

THEY LITERALLY JUST ASKING FOR A CHANCE TO TRY OUT.

THEY WANT TO HELP THE DISTRICT TO SOLVE THOSE ISSUES.

THEY'RE OFFERING THEIR VIEWS, THEY RESEARCH TO HELP YOU SOLVE IT.

THEY'RE ASKING FOR A DIALOGUE.

THEY WANT TO HAVE AN AUDIENCE WITH YOU TO HELP YOU SOLVE IT.

YOU AREN'T THE MOST INNOVATIVE DISTRICT.

I LOVE THIS DISTRICT LIKE MY KIDS ARE IN THIS DISTRICT.

I MEAN, THIS DISTRICT IS MY FAMILY.

YOUR INNOVATIVE DISTRICT, YOUR PROGRESSIVE DISTRICT.

AND I REALLY WANT TO CHALLENGE YOU TO THINK ABOUT POLICIES WHICH COULD HAVE BEEN GREAT FIVE YEARS AGO, TEN YEARS AGO, AND THINK ABOUT THE GROWTH WHICH THIS DISTRICT IS GOING THROUGH.

THINK ABOUT THE GROWTH AND POWER OF CHOICE SCHOOLS AND WHAT THOSE KIDS, THOSE NEXT GENERATION KIDS WILL REQUIRE IN THE NEXT TEN YEARS, NOT WHAT THEY NEEDED TEN YEARS AGO.

I WANT TO.

THANK YOU, MA'AM. YOUR TIME IS UP.

THANK YOU. OUR NEXT SPEAKER IS JACOB [INAUDIBLE].

COULD PLEASE COME TO THE PODIUM.

OKAY. HI, MY NAME IS JAKE, SO I'M HERE TO READ A LETTER FROM ONE OF MY FRIENDS, CHRISTIAN [INAUDIBLE].

AND HE SENT THIS LETTER, I THINK, TO THE SCHOOL BOARD.

I DON'T KNOW WHO. AND LET'S BE HONEST, NO ONE READ IT.

SO I'M HERE TO READ IT TODAY.

HELLO AND GOOD EVENING MISD ADMINISTRATION AND THE SCHOOL BOARD.

MY NAME IS CHRISTINE [INAUDIBLE] AND I'M A LEARNER AT [INAUDIBLE] STEM ACADEMY.

I'M SPEAKING IN REGARDS TO PLAYING SPORTS, IN MY CASE, TENNIS AT MANSFIELD HIGH SCHOOL.

WHILE A STUDENT IN FRONTIER HIGH SCHOOL.

PEOPLE SAY THAT THIS DISTRICT IS SUPPOSED TO BE ONE OF INNOVATION, A DESTINATION DISTRICT.

BUT WE HAVE BEEN DENIED TOO MANY TIMES TO PARTICIPATE IN SPORTS AT HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUSES.

IF YOU SAY THAT WE HAVE THE POWER OF CHOICE, THEN WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO CHOOSE SPORTS AND ACADEMICS, NOT JUST ONE OR THE OTHER.

YOU SAY IT MAY BE TOO HARD TO DO, BUT MY FRIENDS AND I HAVE HANDLED MORE JUST BECAUSE ONE PERSON OR A FEW KIDS WHEN THEY WEREN'T ABLE TO HANDLE IT.

WE SHOULDN'T ALL HAVE TO SUFFER FROM THIS.

I AM CURRENTLY PLAYING TENNIS FOR [INAUDIBLE].

I TAKE TENNIS LESSONS OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL.

I TAKE PIANO LESSONS.

I'M CURRENTLY PLAYING BASEBALL AND MAINTAINING GOOD GRADES IN MANDARIN ALGEBRA, BIOLOGY, ETC..

YOU SAY THAT WE ARE THE FUTURE.

I SAY THAT THE FUTURE DEPENDS ON CHOICES, CHOICES THAT CAN LEAD US TO GREAT LENGTHS AND BEYOND.

SO AGAIN, I ASK YOU TO TAKE THIS INTO CONSIDERATION TO ALLOW FRONTIER HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO PLAY SPORTS AT OUR HOME SLASH ZONE HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUSES.

THANK YOU. CHRISTIAN [INAUDIBLE].

THANK YOU.

OUR NEXT SPEAKER IS [INAUDIBLE].

MY NAME IS [INAUDIBLE] AND MINE'S SHORT AND SWEET.

I JUST WAS LOOKING AT THE ENROLLMENT THAT YOU ALL HAD ON YOUR BOARD AGENDAS, AND IF YOU LOOK AT THE HIGH SCHOOLS COMPARED, YOU'LL SEE THAT FRONTIERS HAVE A SIGNIFICANT DROP. AND SO WHEN I MET SOME OF THE BOARD MEMBERS AT ONE OF THE TOWN MEETINGS, TOWN CONVERSATION MEETINGS, IT WAS ASKED, YOU KNOW, IS SOMEBODY LOOKING AT WHY THERE'S A BIG SIGNIFICANT DROP IN THE ATTENDANCE AT FRONTIER? AND IF YOU LOOK AT THE PERCENTAGE ON THE SECOND CHART, YOU CAN SEE THAT NUMBER OF STUDENTS NOT RETURNING FROM NINTH GRADE TO 10TH GRADE AT ABOUT 30

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TO ALMOST 40%.

SO I JUST WANT TO SAY THAT YOU'VE GOT KIDS RIGHT HERE IN FRONT OF YOU THAT WANT TO TELL YOU WHY THEY DON'T WANT TO GO TO THAT SCHOOL. AND SO IF YOU COULD PLEASE JUST LISTEN TO THEM.

THAT'S IT. THANK YOU.

OUR NEXT SPEAKER IS BRANDON [INAUDIBLE].

OKAY. HELLO. I AM BRANDAN [INAUDIBLE].

I AM AN EIGHTH GRADER AT THE AMAZING SCHOOL [INAUDIBLE] STEM ACADEMY NEXT YEAR.

I REALLY WANT TO CONTINUE THE STEM PATH AND GO TO FRONTIER.

BUT THERE'S ONE SMALL OUTLYING ISSUE.

THE ISSUE IS THE FACT THAT MOST STUDENTS WANT TO PARTICIPATE IN ATHLETICS BUT CANNOT.

THERE ARE NO ATHLETICS OFFERED FOR FRONTIER STUDENTS.

WE FOUND A SIMPLE SOLUTION TO THIS ISSUE, AND THAT IS BY ALLOWING STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE WITH THEIR HOME CAMPUSES, WE'VE BEEN TOLD THAT THIS CANNOT BE DONE BECAUSE STUDENTS CAN'T LEAVE SCHOOL DURING THE DAY, BECAUSE IT HURTS STUDENTS AROUND THEM AND BECAUSE STUDENTS ARE ALREADY TAKEN TIME.

BUT THIS IS NOT REALLY A REASONABLE ARGUMENT, AS YOU WILL.

COMPETITIONS AS WELL AS CULINARY COMPETITIONS ALREADY TAKE PLACE AT FRONTIER.

SO WHERE DO WE DRAW THE LINE WHERE ATHLETICS CAN BE OFFERED TO THESE STUDENTS? WE'VE ALSO BEEN TOLD THAT THIS ISN'T SOMETHING THAT CAN BE OFFERED TO EVERYONE AND FOR ALL SPORTS.

COMPETITIVE ATHLETICS IS NOT SOMETHING THAT IS INHERENTLY OFFERED TO EVERYONE.

AND IN THE FIRST PLACE, WE BELIEVE THIS SHOULD BE HANDLED BY CASE BY CASE, INSTEAD OF SAYING NO TO EVERYONE BECAUSE IT DOESN'T WORK FOR A SMALL NUMBER OF PEOPLE.

WE TOOK A POLL AND RESULTS SAID THAT 74% OF STUDENTS SAID THAT THEIR DECISION TO GO TO FRONTIER WAS GREATLY AFFECTED BY THEIR NOT BEING ATHLETICS.

IT'S SUCH A LARGE NUMBER OF PEOPLE ARE BEING NEGATIVELY AFFECTED BY THIS POLICY.

WHY HAS THERE BEEN NO ATTEMPT TO CHANGE IT? WHY REVOKING THE OPPORTUNITIES TO DO SPORTS THAT WE LOVE JUST BECAUSE NOT ALL STUDENTS CAN DO IT? WHAT IF ONE OF THOSE STUDENTS WERE TO BE ABLE TO GET AN ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP BUT NOW WON'T BECAUSE OF THIS POLICY? WHEN FRONTIER WAS OPENED, IT SAID NO CLUBS AND NO SPORTS.

BUT NOW WE HAVE CLUBS LIKE BOWLING, SORRY, CLUBS AND SPORTS LIKE BOWLING.

SO WHY CAN'T WE HAVE OTHER SPORTS OFFERED BY UIL? THAT'S IT. THANK YOU. THANK YOU.

OUR NEXT SPEAKER IS KENZIE [INAUDIBLE].

I'M GOING TO MESS THAT ONE UP REAL BAD.

HELLO, BOARD MEMBERS. MY NAME IS KENZIE [INAUDIBLE].

I AM AN EIGHTH GRADER AT THE [INAUDIBLE] STEM ACADEMY AND NEXT YEAR I HOPE TO ATTEND FRONTIER.

BUT I NOTICED ONE ISSUE.

THERE ARE ANY SPORTS OFFERED AND WHEN I LOOK INTO THE MSI ELIGIBILITY, IT SAID TO REFER TO THE UL PARENT HANDBOOK, BUT THAT STATED THAT IT WOULD BE ALLOWABLE TO HAVE A STUDENT REPRESENT THEIR MAGNET SCHOOL IN ONE DIVISION OF UL ACTIVITIES AND THEIR CAMPUS ZONE CAMPUS IN A DIVISION OF UL ACTIVITIES IF NOT OFFERED AT THE MAGNET SCHOOL.

AND MY MISD IS ALREADY OVERACHIEVING IN MANY AREAS, INVESTING SO MUCH INTO STUDENTS.

WHY ARE WE MAKING STUDENTS THROW AWAY THEIR ACADEMIC CAREER OVER A NORMAL HIGH SCHOOL EXPERIENCE FOR THINGS LIKE SPORTS? THESE STUDENTS HAVE WORKED SO HARD AND LOVE THIS DISTRICT AND THE PROGRAMS IN IT.

THE DATA WE COLLECTED, WE FOUND THAT 34% OF STUDENTS HAVE DECLINED THE OPPORTUNITY TO ATTEND FRONTIER BECAUSE OF ATHLETICS.

ULTIMATELY, IT'S NOT ONLY HURTING THE STUDENTS, BUT IT'S HURTING THE DISTRICT AS WELL BECAUSE IT'S REMOVING STUDENTS FROM OUR CHOICE PROGRAMS AND WE ARE TURNING AWAY SO MANY STUDENTS THAT MAY EXCEL IN CHOICE PROGRAMS BECAUSE THEY WANT TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN NORMAL HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES.

WE HAVE CONSISTENTLY HEARD FROM EVERYONE THAT THIS IS THE WAY IT'S ALWAYS BEEN.

BUT ONE OF THE THINGS THAT WE LEARNED FROM [INAUDIBLE] STEM ACADEMY IS THAT IF SOMETHING ISN'T WORKING, IT'S TIME FOR ANOTHER ITERATION.

I HOPE THAT THE DISTRICT WILL TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO RETHINK AND REEVALUATE ITS STANCE ON THIS POSITION.

THANK YOU. THANK YOU.

MOVING ON TO 11.1 HUMAN RESOURCES REPORT.

MS. MARCUCCI, WOULD YOU LIKE TO READ TO US THE LIST OF 21 RECOGNITIONS?

[11. Human Resources Report ]

I'VE GOT A BOTTLE OF WATER FOR YOU.

WE HAVE QUITE A FEW OF THEM TONIGHT.

BUT MAN, I MEAN, THINK ABOUT ALL OF THE EXPERIENCE THAT WE HAVE AND HOW MUCH THEY'VE GIVEN TO OUR KIDS.

SO I'M SUPER EXCITED ABOUT JUST THE LEGACY THAT THEY'RE GOING TO LEAVE BEHIND.

SO WE'LL START WITH [INAUDIBLE] ALEXANDER FROM TIMBER VIEW HIGH SCHOOL, 21 YEARS IN EDUCATION, 15 WITH MANSFIELD ISD, KATHY ATKINSON FROM SUMMIT HIGH SCHOOL, 31 YEARS IN EDUCATION, AND 20 OF THOSE WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

LINDA BASS, THE SPECIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT, 28 YEARS IN EDUCATION, SIX WITH MANSFIELD ISD .

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LISA BEEKMAN FROM TO HOWARD, 28 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND 16 OF THOSE WITH MANSFIELD.

CARL BETHEL FROM BEN BARBER INNOVATION ACADEMY, 37 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND 21 WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

[INAUDIBLE] FROM [INAUDIBLE] IN 27 YEARS IN EDUCATION IN 14 WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

[INAUDIBLE] FROM CHARLOTTE ANDERSON 30 YEARS IN EDUCATION, 16 OF THOSE WITH MANSFIELD, ISD, [INAUDIBLE] BROOKS FROM [INAUDIBLE] , 30 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND 21 YEARS WITH MANSFIELD ISD KIMBERLY BRUNER FROM BROOKS [INAUDIBLE] 34 YEARS IN EDUCATION IN 26 WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

REGINA CRANE FROM THE ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION CENTER.

29 YEARS IN EDUCATION IN 18 WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

DEBORAH [INAUDIBLE] FROM [INAUDIBLE], 29 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND SIX WITH MANSFIELD ISD DWAYNE GREGORY FROM TIMBER VIEW HIGH SCHOOL, ONE OF OUR GREAT AWARD WINNING COACHES.

I MEAN, HE'S DONE SUCH A GREAT JOB COACHING THOSE KIDS 23 YEARS IN EDUCATION IN 18 MANSFIELD ISD.

ARETHA HALL FROM TIMBER VIEW HIGH SCHOOL, 27 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND SEVEN WITH MANSFIELD ISD DOUGLAS HARRIS FROM THE ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION CENTER, 23 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND 17 WITH MANSFIELD ISD CALIFORNIA.

[INAUDIBLE] HART FROM [INAUDIBLE] MIDDLE SCHOOL 33 YEARS IN EDUCATION IN 16 WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

SHAWN HART SUMMIT HIGH SCHOOL 21 YEARS IN EDUCATION IN 20 OF THOSE HAVE BEEN WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

JOHN JULIAN FROM LEGACY HIGH SCHOOL, 35 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND 21 WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

MARVA LARSON FROM [INAUDIBLE] ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

27 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND ALL OF THOSE HAVE BEEN WITH US.

BERTHA [INAUDIBLE] FROM [INAUDIBLE] 27 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND ALL OF THOSE HAVE BEEN WITH US AS WELL.

AMY MILLIGAN FOR MARTHA REED, 24 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND 23 WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

ASHLEY MUELLER FROM SUMMIT HIGH SCHOOL, 30 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND 23 WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

[INAUDIBLE] FROM CHARLOTTE ANDERSON, 30 YEARS IN EDUCATION.

IN ALL OF THOSE WITH US, SHARON PRINCE, MARY JO ELEMENTARY, MARY JO SHEPPARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, 37 YEARS IN EDUCATION IN 19 WITH MANSFIELD ISD. [INAUDIBLE] SMITH TARVER [INAUDIBLE] ELEMENTARY, 35 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND 32 OF THOSE IN MANSFIELD ISD.

PATTI SMITH FROM [INAUDIBLE] ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 32 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND 26 WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

JOHN [INAUDIBLE] FROM SUMMIT HIGH SCHOOL.

22 YEARS IN EDUCATION 19 WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

LAURA STRICKLAND FROM CROSS TIMBERS INTERMEDIATE, 20 YEARS IN EDUCATION.

IN ALL OF THOSE WITH US, SHELLY THURMAN FROM TIMBER VIEW HIGH SCHOOL, 25 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND ALL 25.

WITH US, GRETCHEN WARREN FROM CARROLL HOLT, 28 YEARS IN EDUCATION, 17 WITH MANSFIELD ISD AND WAYNE [INAUDIBLE] FROM CHARLOTTE ANDERSON 36 YEARS IN EDUCATION AND 18 WITH MANSFIELD ISD.

I THINK WE SHOULD GIVE ALL OF THESE A ROUND OF APPLAUSE BECAUSE THEY HAVE REALLY DONE AMAZING THINGS FOR US.

[APPLAUSE] THANK YOU SO MUCH.

AGENDA ITEM 11.2 BOARD APPROVED NEW HIRES MAY PLEASE RECEIVE A MOTION.

MR. CANEDY. MS. MARCUCCI. ANY QUESTIONS OR INFORMATION, DR.

CANTU? WE WOULD JUST REQUEST YOUR APPROVAL FOR A NEW PRINCIPAL AT CHARLOTTE ANDERSON ELEMENTARY AND A NEW PRINCIPAL FOR [INAUDIBLE] ELEMENTARY.

ALL RIGHTY. ANY OTHER QUESTIONS FROM THE BOARD DISCUSSION? HEARING NONE. ALL THOSE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION.

PLEASE USE THE SOUND VOTE OF AYE.

AYE. ALL THOSE OPPOSED. PLEASE SAY NO.

MOTION PASSES SIX ZERO.

[APPLAUSE] ALL RIGHTY, DR.

STOECKER. YOU'RE ON.

ALL RIGHT. VERY GOOD. BOARD MEMBERS THIS EVENING, IT'S MY PLEASURE TO INTRODUCE TO YOU THREE INDIVIDUALS IF YOU GUYS WILL START MAKING YOUR WAY TO THE PODIUM.

ONE IS NEW TO THE DISTRICT.

ONE IS NEW TO HIS POSITION, AND ONE IS COMING BACK TO THE DISTRICT.

SO FIRST UP, WE HAVE [INAUDIBLE] FULLER.

SHE'S OUR NEW ACADEMIC ASSOCIATE AT LAKERIDGE HIGH SCHOOL, AND SHE'S COMING TO US FROM ENNIS ISD, WHERE SHE SERVED AS BOTH AN ACADEMIC ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL AS WELL AS A TRADITIONAL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL.

GOOD EVENING, BOARD PRESIDENT NEWSOME, DR.

CANTU AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD.

I'M HONORED TO JOIN THE LATE LAKE RIDGE FAMILY.

I UNDERSTAND THAT WITH THIS POSITION COMES A GREAT DEAL OF RESPONSIBILITY, AND I LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING THIS COMMUNITY.

WITH ME TONIGHT, I HAVE MY BETTER HALF CHRIS.

WITHOUT HIM, I WOULD NOT BE HERE.

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THANK YOU AGAIN FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY.

[APPLAUSE] NEXT STEP IS TJ [INAUDIBLE].

TJ, AS YOU KNOW, HAS BEEN WORKING AT LAKERIDGE AS AN ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS, AND NOW HE WILL BE SERVING THE CAMPUS AS THE FACILITY'S ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL.

GOOD EVENING, PRESIDENT NEWSOM, DR.

CANTU, BOARD MEMBERS.

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE OPPORTUNITY THIS EVENING.

I AM GREATLY HONORED TO BE NAMED AS THE FACILITY'S ASSOCIATE AT LAKERIDGE HIGH SCHOOL.

I LOVE WORKING IN THIS DISTRICT AND I'M EXCITED TO CONTINUE WORKING AT LAKERIDGE WHERE I CAN SERVE OUR STUDENTS, OUR STAFF AND OUR COMMUNITY.

THIS EVENING, I HAVE MY BIGGEST SUPPORTER, [INAUDIBLE], WITH US TONIGHT.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH. [APPLAUSE] AND FINALLY, WE HAVE SCOTT SADDLE. HE IS COMING BACK TO US FROM ANOTHER DISTRICT.

HE'S GOING TO SERVE OUR DISTRICT THIS TIME AS LEGACY HIGH SCHOOL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL.

AND HE'S CURRENTLY WORKING IN A NEARBY DISTRICT AS AN ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL.

AND PREVIOUSLY HE WAS IN MANSFIELD ISD AT MANSFIELD HIGH SCHOOL AS AN ACADEMIC ASSOCIATE.

SO WELCOME BACK.

PRESIDENT NEWSOM, DR.

CANTU AND BOARD MEMBERS.

THERE'S A REASON I'M BACK, SO I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO CONTINUING TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE GREAT THINGS GOING ON IN MISD.

SO THANK YOU FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY.

[APPLAUSE] ALL RIGHT. FRIENDLY REMINDER FOR THE AGENDA RIGHT NOW, ITEM NUMBER 12.1.

[12. Business Items Requiring Board Action ]

NO ACTION IS NEEDED AT THIS TIME.

SO WE MOVE ON TO ITEM NUMBER 12.2.

CONSIDER PROVISION OF NOTICE OF PROPOSED RENEWAL OF TERM CONTRACT TEACHERS.

MAY I PLEASE RECEIVE A MOTION? THAT YOU.

I MOVE THAT THE BOARD GIVE MR. JOHNNY TURNER NOTICE OF PROPOSED NON-RENEWAL.

RECOMMENDED BY THE SUPERINTENDENT AND AUTHORIZED THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SNEED. I'LL TAKE YOUR SECOND.

ANY QUESTIONS OR DISCUSSION.

HEARING NONE. ALL THOSE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION.

PLEASE USE THE SOUND VOTE OF AYE.

AYE. ALL THOSE OPPOSED. PLEASE SAY NO.

MOTION PASSES SIX ZERO.

ONTO ITEM NUMBER 13, THE CONSENT AGENDA.

LET ME REMIND YOU THAT THE VOTE FOR A CONSENT AGENDA IS UP OR DOWN UNLESS SOMEONE WANTS TO PULL AN ITEM.

[13. Consent Agenda ]

IS THERE ANYONE THAT WOULD LIKE TO PULL AN ITEM FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA THIS EVENING? ALL THOSE IN FAVOR OF THE CONSENT AGENDA.

PLEASE USE THE SOUND VOTE OF AYE.

ALL THOSE OPPOSED, PLEASE SAY NO.

MOTION PASSES SIX ZERO.

ITEM NUMBER 14 SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT.

THIS IS FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY.

[14. Superintendent's Report ]

IS THERE ANYTHING ON ITEM NUMBER 14 THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO DISCUSS WITH DR.

CANTU THIS EVENING? HEARING NONE. I'M HAPPY TO MOVE ON TO ITEM NUMBER 15 WITH NO OTHER BUSINESS TO DISCUSS AT THIS TIME.

WE WILL ADJOURN AT EXACTLY 9:57 P.M..

THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING THIS EVENING.

* This transcript was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.