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David E. Dillard

Assistant Superintendent

Buena Vista ISD

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Buena Vista ISD

404 West Highway 11

Imperial, Texas,79743

United States

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www.gosanangelo.com

Lohn ISD has hired a new principal, David Dillard.
When he was principal at Paint Rock and when he was superintendent at Buena Vista ISD, those schools enjoyed many academic successes.


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David Dillard is the new superintendent.
He comes from Buena Vista ISD, where he was assistant superintendent.


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Loraine ISD - David Dillard, Asst. Superintendent, Buena Vista ISD; Search by Ronnie Kincaid Exec.
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David Dillard, Assistant Superintendent of Buena Vista ISD, has been named New Super of Loraine ISD.
David Dillard, Assistant Superintendent of Buena Vista ISD, has been named New Super of Loraine ISD. David Dillard, Assistant Superintendent of Buena Vista ISD, has been named New Super of Loraine ISD. David Dillard, Assistant Superintendent of Buena Vista ISD, has been named New Super of Loraine ISD. David Dillard, Assistant Superintendent of Buena Vista ISD, has been named New Super of Loraine ISD. David Dillard, Assistant Superintendent of Buena Vista ISD, has been namedNew Super of Loraine ISD. David Dillard, Assistant Superintendent of Buena Vista ISD, has been named New Super of Loraine ISD.


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David Dillard, BVISD superintendent, and school principal Letha Dulaney took out an advertisement in today's Odessa American."The way we generate money is off students, and we're looking at it as survival," Dillard said Thursday.The Class 1A Division II school, built to hold up to 350 students, is stretching it just to enroll a little more than 120 students this year.If Buena Vista dips below a 90-student enrollment, it is in danger of being closed down and consolidated with another district. School officials cannot look to Imperial - population 428 - to save them.If the district has 90 students or fewer, there will not be enough funding to operate.Already the BVISD gives 56 percent of its money to the state, Dillard said.In the oil boom days of the early 1980s, the Buena Vista school was renovated and with the oil money coming in it was declared a wealthy district, a Chapter 41 school.Today, the district still sends money to the state to be distributed to other districts.Dillard said advertising for transfer students helped boost the student population at the Paint Rock school district, where he was before coming to Buena Vista two years ago.Dillard said for each student that goes to school in BVISD, the district gets to keep $15,000 of its money.The district would like to get 50 to 60 additional students on their roll, which would allow BVISD to keep between $700,000 and $800,000 a year.With that kind of money, the district could dust off the 20 to 30 stored band uniforms and revive their music program.Sometime, around the 1997-'98 school year, a lack of students caused the music to stop at BVISD.Dillard said he knows students want to take music class, but the district is in a catch-22."We can't afford the program until we get the students, but some of the students don't want to come because we don't offer music," Dillard said.Dillard and Dulaney even made a courtesy visit to Wendell Sollis, the ECISD superintendent, to tell him they would be recruiting.


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