On April 28, school district Superintendents of Fort Bend County will give a State of the School Address to the community at Safari Texas Ranch from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Hosted by Central Fort Bend Chamber, Dr. Thomas Randle, Lamar CISD Superintendent; Dr. Charles E. Dupre, Fort Bend ISD Superintendent; and Curtis Rhodes, Needville ISD Superintendent will share the latest improvements, district goals, and upcoming changes in the academic programs they oversee.
Each school district is managed by a Superintendent that is hired by and reports to the local elected school board. Superintendents work with school leaders to serve the needs of students and meet the district goals. They also respond to the demands of all the other constituencies and interest groups in the district – teachers, students, parents, staff, advocates, and the community at large – and consider how to use the financial and human resources of the district in order to achieve the best results.
As one of the fastest growing counties in the United States, Fort Bend County’s academic success impacts the economic success and the quality of life in the community.
Attending the upcoming Chamber luncheon is a great opportunity to hear from Randle, Dupre and Rhodes about the mission and vision they have for the school districts they serve.
For questions about this event, contact Debbie Kilen at 281-342-5464. To register by April 25, go to www.cfbca.org/events.