Dr. Rodney Hutto, Nacogdoches ISD superintendent, spent the first day of school visiting each district campus, and what he saw was "beyond expectation."
"It was a remarkable beginning of a new year," he
visited Nacogdoches High School Monday morning, and was "very impressed with the staff, the faculty and the kids."
"(There were) teachers standing out giving directions to (students), and administrators and teachers meeting the buses," he
said."Then the bells rang and everybody disappeared.Everybody seemed to know where to go.It was well-orchestrated, well done."Hutto
then visited the middle schools.
"It seemed like everybody marched in and did what they were supposed to do," he
said."Everybody seemed to be delighted the kids were back.The kids seemed to be glad to be back."
While visiting the elementary schools, Hutto
only saw one pre-kindergarten student crying.
started in the morning and was still crying at about 11 a.m., but he
had run out of water," Hutto
it is good to know Hutto
was out in the district that is Great. maybe the NISD
CFO should have tagged along to "know what is in the district"