In an attempt to strengthen the district, Spring ISD is inviting the community—including staff, parents and other community members—to participate in one of four community forums in the next two months.
After two years of work on the mobile education center, Klein ISD and the KISD Education Foundation unveiled the STEAM Express Oct. 29. The custom-built RV trailer will serve as a mobile classroom to provide students opportunities in STEAM education.
The Klein ISD 2015 bond steering committee and consulting firm DeJong Richter narrowed the list of possible bond recommendations to less than $500 million from an initial list of more than $725 million in possible bond projects
With only two months left until the steering committee finalizes the list of recommendations for the 2015 bond package, Klein ISD will host a community dialogue Oct. 20 to receive feedback from the public on work done on the bond options.
The former president of Lone Star College–North Harris, Steve Head was appointed the fourth chancellor of the Lone Star College System on July 1 after more than 30 years working for the community college system.
Ground was broken Sept. 30 on a fire station within the Springwoods Village master-planned community that will house the Spring Fire Department and Cypress Creek EMS and could ultimately serve 50,000 residents and employees.
The availability and cost of construction materials and the demand for construction projects in the area could lead to increased prices for new schools included in Klein ISD’s bond referendum next May.
The Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce is gearing up to launch its Grow Northwest capital campaign Sept. 15, which the organization hopes will raise about $3.2 million for improvements in its service area over the next four years.