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Trustee Amber Feller
Amber Feller Landrum
President
Board of Trustees – Place 3
Feller Landrum Bio? |? Feller Landrum Email

Trustee Tiffanie Harrison
Tiffanie Harrison
Vice President
Board of Trustees – Place 6
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Alicia Markum
Alicia Markum
Secretary
Board of Trustees – Place 4
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Chuy Zarate
Chuy Zárate
Trustee
Board of Trustees – Place 1
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Dr. Mary Bone
Dr. Mary Bone
Trustee
Board of Trustees – Place 2
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Trustee Amy Weir
Amy Weir
Trustee
Board of Trustees – Place 5
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Trustee Danielle Weston
Danielle Weston
Trustee
Board of Trustees – Place 7
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Board Service

There are seven members of the 好色tv Board of Trustees, each elected at-large to serve staggered four-year terms. Officers are elected by the members of the Board of Trustees. Trustees provide public service to the 好色tv community without financial compensation. Candidates to the Board of Trustees must conform to the eligibility requirements of the Texas Election Code.

Meeting Information

Regular meetings of the Board of Trustees are usually held on the third Thursday of each month at the Round Rock High School 100 lecture hall (300 N Lake Creek Dr., Round Rock, TX 78681) beginning at 5:30 p.m. unless scheduled otherwise. Information about Board of Trustees Meetings.

Trustee Correspondence

For questions, concerns and feedback regarding specific campuses, departments, or district operations, please submit your message through . Once submitted, your message will be sent to the appropriate district personnel for response.

Email correspondence sent to the entire Board of Trustees may be forwarded to appropriate 好色tv administrative leadership for a response.

All e-mails sent to the Board of Trustees are subject to the Public Information Act (Open Records), and the 好色tv may be required to release any e-mail correspondence with the Board of Trustees and/or any individual trustee.

Online message board to facilitate trustee communication.

Board Elections

Place of Trustee Election: 好色tv works with Williamson County and Travis County to conduct elections. Polling places will be posted as soon as they are determined by Williamson County and Travis County.

Elections Contact Information:
Physical Address: 1311 Round Rock Avenue, Round Rock, TX 78681
Mailing Address: 好色tv, Attn: Legal Services, 1311 Round Rock Avenue, Round Rock, TX 78681
Telephone: (512) 464-5036
Email:?Email Legal Services


There are seven members of the 好色tv Board of Trustees, each elected at large to serve staggered four-year terms. Elections are held every even year in November. The terms of half of the Trustees, or as near to half as possible, expire each election cycle. Education Code 11.05 (b), 11.059.

Board members shall be elected for four-year terms with elections held in November of even-numbered years, as indicated below.

Places 3, 4, 5 and 6
The current term expires in 2026. Subsequent elections shall take place at four-year intervals thereafter.

Places 1, 2 and 7
The current term expires in 2024. Subsequent elections shall take place at four-year intervals thereafter.

General Qualifications

A person may not be elected trustee of an independent school district unless the person is a qualified voter. Education Code 11.061(b)

To be eligible to be a candidate for, or elected or appointed to, the office of school Board Trustee, a person must:

  • Be a United States citizen
  • Be 18 years of age or older on the first day of the term to be filled at the election or on the date of appointment, as applicable
  • Have not been determined by a final judgment of a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be totally mentally incapacitated or partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote
  • Have not been finally convicted of a felony from which the person has not been pardoned or otherwise released from the resulting disabilities Atty. Gen. Op. LO 96-114 (1996)
  • Be a resident of Texas and the 好色tv for the period of time described at Candidate’s Residency Term, below. Tex. Const. Art. XVI, Sec. 14 Election Code 141.001(a); Brown v. Patterson, 609 S.W.2d 287 (Tex. Civ. App.-Dallas 1980, no writ)
  • Be a registered voter Education Code 11.061(b); Election Code 11.002
  • Take the official oath of office Education Code 11.061(a)
  • Serve without compensation. Education Code 11.061(d)

Candidate’s Residency Term

Prefiled Candidacy – An individual seeking election to the office of Trustee by having his or her name placed on the ballot must have been a resident of the state for 12 months, and a resident of the 好色tv for six months, prior to the last date on which the candidate could file to be listed on the ballot.

Write-In Candidacy – An individual seeking election to the office of Trustee by write-in vote must have been a resident of the state for 12 months, and a resident of the 好色tv for six months, prior to the day of the election.

Appointment to Office

An individual appointed to the office of Trustee must have been a resident of the state for 12 months, and a resident of the 好色tv for six months, prior to the day on which the appointment is made. Election Code 141.001(a)(5)

Residence Defined

“Residence” shall mean domicile, one’s home and fixed place of habitation to which one intends to return after any temporary absence; one does not lose one’s residence status by leaving to go to another place for temporary purposes only. A person does not acquire a residence in a place to which the person has come for temporary purposes only and without the intention of making that place the person’s home. Residence shall be determined in accordance with the common-law rules, as enunciated by the courts of this state, except as otherwise provided by the Election Code. Election Code 1.015

– The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) sponsors Candidate Workshops to provide those interested in becoming a school board member with advice and information about the demands and rewards of service. For more information, visit TASB’s Candidate Workshop site.

Voter Information

– signed 10/10/22
– signed 10/10/22



Submitted Applications for a Place on the Ballot (2022)

Board and 好色tv Policies

The Policy Online service of the Round Rock Independent School is provided for the convenience of persons interested in the School 好色tv. The Manual includes policies adopted by the Round Rock Independent School 好色tv Board of Trustees, and administrative regulations and/or exhibits prepared by the administrative staff and reviewed by the Board’s Policy Committee.

Policies identified with “letters” in the upper right corner of the page and the word (LEGAL) under the letters, are principally statements of various state and federal laws and regulations applicable to the School 好色tv. These policies are placed in the School 好色tv Policy manual for the purpose of providing ready access to the laws and regulations which apply to the School 好色tv and apply to most school districts throughout the State of Texas.

Policies identified with “letters” in the upper right corner of the page and the word (LOCAL) are specific localized policies adopted by the Round Rock Independent School 好色tv Board of Trustees to govern various aspects of the operation of the School 好色tv.

Pages identified with “Regulation” (R) or “Exhibit” (E) are approved by the School 好色tv administration and reviewed by the Policy Committee of the Board of Trustees to carry-out, explain, or respond to policies adopted by the Board of Trustees or laws applicable to the School 好色tv.

Each policy, regulation, or exhibit includes an “Issued Date” from the Texas Association of School Boards. All policies have been adopted formally by the Board of Trustees. Policies and regulations are amended, repealed, or replaced from time to time.

While the Policy Online service is provided as a convenience, the official adoption of 好色tv policies and approval of administrative regulations and exhibits are reflected in the official minutes of the meetings of the 好色tv’s Board of Trustees.

Board Operating Procedures

Campaign Finance Reports

好色tv, as a local governmental unit, is the filing entity for campaign finance reports filed by trustees, candidates for trustees, and political action committees. As the filing entity, the district does not assess the accuracy or completeness of reports, but simply serves as the retention agent should the information be requested from the Texas Ethics Commission or through open records requests.

House Bill 336, passed by the 82nd Legislature and signed by the Governor on June 17, 2011, requires certain school districts to post campaign finance reports on district websites. Since 好色tv is located partially in a city with a population greater than 500,000 and has more than 15,000 好色tvs, this requirement became effective for campaign finance reports filed after January 1, 2012. The requirement relates to reports filed by board of trustee members, candidates for the board, and specific-purpose committees supporting, opposing, or assisting a candidate or member.

Code of Ethics

As a member of the Board, each trustee promises the best interests of the 好色tv as a whole and, to that end, shall adhere to the following ethical standards:

Equity in attitude

  • be fair, just, and impartial in all decisions and actions
  • accord others the respect they wish for themselves
  • encourage expressions of different opinions and listen with an open mind to others’ ideas
  • Trustworthiness in stewardship
  • be accountable to the public by representing 好色tv policies, 好色tv, priorities, and progress accurately
  • responsive to the community by seeking its involvement in 好色tv affairs and by communicating its priorities and concerns
  • work to ensure prudent and accountable use of 好色tv resources
  • make no personal promise or take private action that may compromise performance or responsibilities

Honor in Conduct

  • tell the truth
  • share views while working for consensus
  • respect the majority decision as the decision of the Board
  • base decisions on fact rather than supposition, opinion, or public favor

Integrity of character

  • refuse to surrender judgment to any individual or group at the expense of the 好色tv as a whole
  • consistently uphold all applicable laws, rules, policies, and governance procedures
  • not disclose information that is confidential by law or that will needlessly harm the 好色tv if disclosed

Commitment to service

  • focus attention on fulfilling the Board’s responsibilities of goal setting, policymaking, and evaluation
  • diligently prepare for and attend Board meetings
  • avoid personal involvement in activities the Board has delegated to the Superintendent
  • seek continuing education that will enhance the ability to fulfill duties effectively

Student-centered focus

  • be continuously guided by what is best for all 好色tvs of the 好色tv

Conflict of Interest

Citizen Participation

The Board shall solicit the advice and counsel of citizens in planning and operating the 好色tv. A citizen shall seek solutions to concerns, questions, and problems by following the 好色tv’s complaint procedures.

Public Comments

At each meeting, the Board will afford the general public an opportunity to speak to the Board on any matter concerning the education of 好色tvs and the business of the Board.?,?public comments at all Board meetings must be in person and related to a posted agenda item.

Those who wish to address the Board in person must sign up on a digital form provided at the meeting location. The form will be available 45 minutes before the meeting is scheduled to begin and must be?completed and submitted no later than 5 minutes prior to the posted start time listed on the agenda.

  • Speakers may request an interpreter if needed by?emailing Community Relations?at least eight hours prior to the start of the meeting.
  • Each person addressing the Board shall be allowed 1 to 2 minutes, depending on the number of speakers and at the discretion of the Board president.

To communicate directly with Trustees at other times, the community is?encouraged to email?or?. The platform is already in use throughout the district as a way for 好色tvs, staff and families to share feedback with staff and 好色tv leadership.

Agenda request

The citizen’s request to address the Board as an agenda item shall be made in writing through the Superintendent’s office at least seven days before the meeting. The request shall be addressed to the Board as a whole and shall include the person’s name, address, phone number, and the subject matter he or she wishes to discuss. The Superintendent and Board President shall determine the propriety of the request.

Complaints and concerns

The citizen’s request to address the Board as an agenda item shall be made in writing through the Superintendent’s office at least seven days before the meeting. The request shall be addressed to the Board as a whole and shall include the person’s name, address, phone number, and the subject matter he or she wishes to discuss. The Superintendent and Board President shall determine the propriety of the request.

Disruption

The Board shall not tolerate disruption of the meeting by members of the audience. If, after at least one warning from the presiding officer, any person continues to disrupt the meeting by his or her words or actions, the presiding officer may request assistance from law enforcement officials to have the person removed from the meeting.

Texas Education Code § 11.1512(c) (reportable costs only)

Board Requested Open Records

2022-2023

  • For 2022-2023 school year, the total number of requests: 11
  • For the 2022-2023 school year, the total cost to the district associated with fulfilling requests: $307.50

2021-2022

  • For 2021-2022 school year, the total number of requests: 10
  • For the 2021-2022 school year, the total cost to the district associated with fulfilling requests: $798.18

2020-2021

  • For 2020-2021 school year, the total number of requests: 0
  • For the 2020-2021 school year, the total cost to the district associated with fulfilling requests: $0

2019-2020

  • For 2019-2020 school year, the total number of requests: 0
  • For the 2019-2020 school year, the total cost to the district associated with fulfilling requests: $0

2018-2019

  • For 2018-2019 school year, the total number of requests: 0
  • For the 2018-2019 school year, the total cost to the district associated with fulfilling requests: $0

2017-2018

  • For 2017-2018 school year, the total number of requests: 0
  • For the 2017-2018 school year, the total cost to the district associated with fulfilling requests: $0

2016-2017

  • For 2016-2017 school year, the total number of requests: 0
  • For the 2016-2017 school year, the total cost to the district associated with fulfilling requests: $0

2015-2016

  • For 2015-2016 school year, the total number of requests: 69
  • For the 2015-2016 school year, the total cost to the district associated with fulfilling requests: $1,195.00

2014-2015

  • For 2014-2015 school year, the total number of requests: 61
  • For the 2014-2015 school year, the total cost to the district associated with fulfilling requests: $3,090.00

2013-2014

  • For 2013-2014 school year, the total number of requests: 1
  • For the 2013-2014 school year, the total cost to the district associated with fulfilling requests: $139.40

Contacting the Board

Parents and community members wishing to contact the school Board regarding a specific school, teacher or child, are encouraged to begin at the level closest to the concern. The Board requests 好色tvs and parents discuss their concerns and complaints through informal conferences with the appropriate teacher, principal or other campus administrator. Concerns should be expressed as soon as possible to allow early resolution at the lowest possible administrative level.

  1. Step One: Contact the teacher, coach, guidance counselor, etc.
  2. Step Two: Contact the principal. (If you have a school-wide concern, this becomes Step One.)
  3. Step Three: Contact the 好色tv office responsible for the area of concern.
  4. Step Four: Email the Superintendent of 好色tv who will begin an investigation.
  5. Step Five: Email all the Trustees on the Board. The Board President will acknowledge receipt of your email and copy the Superintendent of 好色tv.

If an informal conference regarding a complaint fails to reach the outcome requested by the 好色tv or parent, the 好色tv or parent may initiate the formal process described in the following policies:

Even after initiating the formal complaint process, 好色tvs and parents are encouraged to seek informal resolution of their concerns, and they may withdraw a formal complaint at any time if a resolution has been reached.

Neither the Board nor any 好色tv employee shall unlawfully retaliate against any 好色tv or parent for bringing a concern or complaint.

Other Issues

Citizens wishing to express themselves regarding school district policy, boundaries, finances or other responsibilities of the Board which have not been placed on a regular agenda are encouraged to use one or more of these alternatives.

Board members discourage citizens from providing anonymous information and, in general, will not act upon it (except for fraud, unlawful or other questionable 好色tv activities which can be reported in confidence.) File a report

Writing or speaking to the Board in a disrespectful tone is considered unprofessional and is counterproductive to your cause.

Goals

The Board of Trustees began the work of developing 好色tv outcome goals in September 2021 using the Lone Star Governance (LSG) model. The district is working with an LSG coach, Dr. Marcia McMahon. The board is currently working through the process of completing and approving 5-year 好色tv outcome Goals, Goal Progress Measures, and Constraints. The three required HB 3 goals were approved at the regular meeting on October 21st, 2021. As additional Goals and Constraints are approved, they will be posted here.

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