Superintendent presents his suggestion

By George Garza


During recent public meetings to gather ideas, opinions and options for planning future Vidor I.S.D. facilities improvements, Vidor Schools Superintendent, Dr. Jay Killgo, presented to the public an outline of a possible plan for the district’s future as a point of discussion. The Superintendent was quick to point out that this outline was not a real plan for progress, but a starting point for discussing the future of the Vidor Schools with anyone who might wish to participate. “This doesn’t need to be a ‘top-down’ process,


” said Dr. Killgo. “I prefer a method where I get input from you. You all pay the taxes. The Board pays taxes. I pay taxes. We’re all a part of this, and everybody can have his or her say in this.” Before presenting his starting point for discussion Killgo said, “This is an example of a plan. This is not THE plan that is etched in stone. Because, well, first of all, because the Board of Trustees has not approved this plan or any plan yet, but also because we’ve not yet gathered a consensus on a plan that will be acceptable to a majority of the patrons of this school district.”



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