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Corpus Christi Independent School District
801 Leopard Street
Corpus Christi Independent School District was established in 1909 and covers 68 square miles. The district consists of five high schools, 12 middle schools, 41 elementary schools and six special campuses. Enrollment through October 2002 was 39,844 studen
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At CCISD, the game plan ...
At CCISD, the game plan includes getting the new school board up to speed with the projects, getting a design team in place and moving as quickly as possible to launch construction, said Xavier Gonzalez, CCISD chief finance officer.
Construction on one or possible more schools could begin as early as May, he said, adding that moving quickly is critical when it comes to keeping costs down.
"Within two years, we should be cutting a ribbon," he
CCISD Chief Financial Officer ...
CCISD Chief Financial Officer Xavier Gonzalez said district leaders expect Torres to keep an open mind to the process.
"Our biggest concern is there's no more fat for us to cut," Gonzalez
said of the district budget that has seen cuts for the past two years.
"We're 83 percent payroll.
It's a service industry."
Bus and building maintenance along with technology could be cut if the district is forced to trim its budget, he
"Other districts statewide have laid off teachers, but that's not something we'll consider as a first option," Gonzalez
The mandate will cost the district ...
The mandate will cost the district $1.5 million, said Xavier Gonzalez, CCISD's chief financial officer.
CCISD officials have proposed a 1 percent salary or salary step increase for teachers, whichever is higher, Gonzalez
But teachers at the top of their pay scale would receive a half-percent increase, he
A similar plan has been made for auxiliary and administrative employees, he
said all employees received a 3.3 percent pay increase in 2009-10.
Xavier Gonzalez, chief ...
Xavier Gonzalez, chief financial officer for the Corpus Christi Independent School District, said experts have estimated shortfalls within the next three years.
Mr. Xavier Gonzalez, a ...
Mr. Xavier Gonzalez, a Corpus Christi Independent School District staff member, was asked to work with me regarding this situation.
Immediately Mr. Gonzalez had a school crew hanging nets on the playground pavilions to keep the pigeons from entering the pavilion.
I checked on the progress and was very satisfied with the outcome.
The pigeons stayed on the pavilion roof at night.
I called Mr. Gonzalez to tell him the good news of my not finding any pigeon droppings, and I was told that PTA mothers from other schools did not want the nets used.