Appreciation to Representative Dan Flynn for his support of Public Education

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Pictured left to right are:  Mark Keahey, Campbell ISD Superintendent; Stephenia Erwin, Campbell Elementary Principal; Representative Dan Flynn, Texas State House District 2; and Jan French, Campbell ISD School Board President.
These representatives from the Campbell ISD met with Representative Flynn on Friday, October 30, 2015 to discuss several topics important to Campbell ISD and other public school districts.  Topics the Campbell group express interest in and/or concern about included state standardized testing and the negative impact it has on developing a desire for learning and creative teaching; senior graduation committee and the importance it plays; TAMU-Commerce charter school application and the negative affect it will have on CISD; the need for facility funding assistance from the state; the naming of a new commissioner of education; and the importance of schools to the identity and survival of a small rural communities and the contribution they have on the heritage and success of our state and nation.
When asked what we could do to influence legislation that would positively affect public schools, Representative Flynn said, “Get involved in your professional organizations.”  He stressed the importance of active participation and letting our associations know what is important to us. Flynn discussed the major influence these organizations have on legislation coming out of Austin.
We would like to express our appreciation to Representative Dan Flynn for his time to visit with us and his support for public education in Texas.

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