Curtis Evans and Donald Davis
Trustees Finalizes Leadership Training (Fort Worth) - Spring ISD trustee Donald Davis and Wharton ISD trustee Curtis Evans have earned the designation of Master Trustee upon completion of
Leadership TASB, a program sponsored by the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB).
During this fifth and final session, June 20–22, school board members in the 2018–19 Leadership TASB class made presentations of their team’s findings following yearlong research. Class participants researched 12 specific critical issues and their impact on Texas public education. The Leadership TASB class met in conjunction with TASB’s Summer Leadership Institute in Fort Worth. More than 1,000 new and veteran school leaders attended the Institute and received extensive training on every facet of effective board governance, heard keynote addresses from renowned education experts, and picked up valuable ideas from district showcases and networking opportunities. After the graduation ceremony June 21, Leadership TASB participants joined the ranks of more than 900 school board members statewide who are Leadership TASB alumni.
The 2019 Leadership TASB class, composed of 33 school board members, represents Texas school districts of all sizes and property wealth. Participants who completed all required elements of the study program earned Master Trustee status, the highest designation recognized by TASB. Leadership TASB is sponsored in part by H-E-B. TASB is a voluntary, nonprofit association established in 1949 to serve local Texas school boards. School board members are the largest group of publicly elected officials in the state. The districts they represent serve more than 5.4 million public school students.
Dr. Renard Thomas
Dr. Thomas served as President of TASB from 2007 to 2008. He serves on the Angleton ISD Board.
School named after Christene Moss. The school is named the Christine C. Moss Elementary School which is now in its sixth year of existence. She also serves on the Fort Worth ISD
Troy Simmons served as President of TCBSBM from 2007-2008. He has served as President of the Texas Association of School Board and served a seven year term on the State Board of Educator
Certification. Dr. Simmons also serves on the Longview ISD Board
In 1988, he was elected to the Harlingen School Board. In 1998-1999, he was elected President of the Texas Association of School Boards, its first African American, and in 2004, he was
elected President of the National School Boards Association, the second Texan to hold this position in its 66 year history. In 2006, he was selected to receive the TASB Celebration of Leadership
Award which honors school board members who have made a significant contribution to their community
39 years of service on his local school board.