- Beaumont Independent School District
January 2022 Board Recognitions
The Beaumont ISD Board of Trustees met on January 20, 2022, and recognitions included:
School Board Recognition Month
January is School Board Recognition Month and Beaumont ISD is honored to celebrate its trustees for their dedication and commitment to the District’s schools and students.
School Board members serve as a link between the community and the classroom. They are elected to establish the policies that provide the framework for public schools. Trustees provide the local governance and oversight that makes it possible for school districts to serve students, including establishing a strategic plan, adopting policies, approving a budget and selecting and evaluating a superintendent. The BISD board is responsible for an annual budget of more than $221 million, 16,747 students, 2,682 employees and 27 campuses.
BISD Board Members:
Robert C. Dunn, President
Woodrow Reece, II, Vice-President
Stacey Lewis Jr., Secretary
Joe A. Evans
BISD thanks the Board for their continued efforts in making the District better for our students.
Douglas Earns the Advisor of the Year for District 17
Beaumont United High School Director of Student Activities Chantel Douglas was selected as the Texas Association of Student Councils District 17 High School Advisor of the Year. She will compete with advisors from the other 18 districts for the opportunity to be named the State High School Advisor of the Year. Nominees will be recognized and winners will be announced in April at the Annual State Conference in Fort Worth. BISD wishes Ms. Douglas the best as she moves forward in the competition.
West Brook Debate Team Competes at State
West Brook High School UIL Student Congress qualified for the state meet for an eighth consecutive year. The team includes juniors Maawa Janjua, Gyan Malani and Sam Marchand and seniors Mala Gupta and Cristina Marquez. The West Brook team of students is ranked within the state's top 50 6A Congressional debaters.