6 candidates file for 4 open seats in November Conroe ISD trustee elections; 2 races contested

Four seats on the Conroe ISD board of trustees are up for election Nov. 3. (Ben Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
Four seats on the Conroe ISD board of trustees are up for election Nov. 3. (Ben Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

Four seats on the Conroe ISD board of trustees are up for election Nov. 3. (Ben Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

Updated Aug. 25 1:11 p.m.

Six candidates are running to fill four seats on the Conroe ISD board of trustees in the Nov. 3 election, according to district information released following the Aug. 17 filing deadline.

Four-year terms for trustee Positions 4 through 7 on the seven-member board are up for reelection this fall. Current trustees in those seats include Datren Williams, Position 4 trustee and board president; Scott Kidd, Position 5 trustee and assistant board secretary; John Husbands, Position 6 trustee; and Scott Moore, Position 7 trustee and board second vice president.

Board Positions 1 through 3, currently occupied by trustees Dale Inman, Ray Sanders and Skeeter Hubert, respectively, are next up for reelection in November 2022.

Williams is running unopposed to retain his seat, while Moore faces one challenger. Kidd and Husbands did not file for re-election to their positions on the board.



The candidates running for CISD's four open board seats in the November election are listed below.



Position 4




  • Datren Williams*


Based on his candidate filing information, Williams, a resident of The Woodlands, is a certified public accountant and has resided in Texas for the past 19 years. According to the district, Williams is Houston-based Rig Runner's chief financial officer and a board member of the Montgomery County Women’s Center. Williams has served as a CISD trustee since his election to Position 4 in 2012.

Position 5




  • Theresa Wagaman


The Woodlands resident Theresa Wagaman works as a residential realtor, according to her filing information, and has lived in the district for more than 16 years.

Position 6




  • Stacey Chase


Stacey Chase is an internal audit manager, according to her filing information. Chase resides in Spring, and has lived in Texas for 15 years and in the district for more than 3 years.


  • Ashley Fehrle


Fehrle is a homemaker and resident of The Woodlands. Based on her filing information, Fehrle has lived in the district for 30 years and in Texas for 41 years.

Position 7




  • Scott Moore*


Incumbent trustee Scott Moore has served on the CISD board since his election in 2016. Moore identified as clergy in his candidate application and is ordained in The United Methodist Church, according to CISD information. Moore has lived in the district for more than 11 years and in Texas for 17 years, and his residence was not released by the district on his filing application.


  • Miesha Weaver


Weaver, a Spring resident, works in the oil and gas industry and has lived in the district for the past 34 years based on her filing information.

*Incumbent

By Ben Thompson
Ben joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2019 and is a reporter for The Woodlands edition.


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