Splendora ISD knows the value of the help they received during the 2017-2018 school year, either through donations after Hurricane Harvey, donations for a Tiny House Project, or other needed items.
“We are grateful for the generosity of our educational partners and our entire community,” said Dr. Jeff Burke, Splendora ISD Superintendent.
Businesses and organizations were submitted to the Texas Association of School Board (TASB) Business Recognition Program to be honored at the state level. The following businesses, organizations, and community members were sent recognition items for their generosity:
- Montgomery County Precinct 4 Judge James Metts
- Montogmery County Precinct 4 Constable Rowdy Hayden
- Kennedy Fabricating
- Coals Smokehouse
- Metal Depots
- Martin Auto Group
- Kale and Bonnie Dreymala
- Mitchell Insurance Grop
- First Baptist Church (Sikeston, MO)
- Hustle T-Shirt Company
- Aubrey ISD
- Life High School
- Red Oak High School Baseball Program
- Montgomery County Student Support
- Sweetie Pies
Students, parents, and teachers benefit from these businesses and organizations. The TASB Business Recognition Program applauds these educational partners for their participation. For more information visit http://www.tasb.org or standup4txpublicschools.org.