No Public Hearing Opposition to Changing Rudder & Bryan High BoundariesFeatured Stories, News Tuesday, January 15th, 2013
The Bryan school board took questions but heard no opponents to changing boundaries of Bryan and Rudder High.
Final action is expected before the end of the month to equalize populations and make both schools 4-A for extracurricular activities.
There were more than 50 in attendance at Monday night’s public hearing.
Among the three speakers was Cable Kurwitz, who brought up the idea of changing boundaries of middle schools.
BISD011413rezoneCK.mp3Comments from Cable Kurwitz.
Board member David Stasny talked about how that could lead to building an addition at Rudder.
BISD011413rezoneDS.mp3Comments from David Stasny.
Several coaches and sponsors spoke, including Bryan High choir director Alex Medlock.
BISD011413rezoneAM.mp3Comments from Alex Medlock.
Rudder head football coach C.M. Pier says the Rangers have been in three districts in five years.
BISD011413rezoneCM.mp3Comments from C.M.Pier.
Bryan High’s Ross Rogers compared Bryan High squads to current district opponents.
BISD011413rezoneRR.mp3Comments from Ross Rogers.
There will be another committee meeting on Thursday.
If approved, it would impact next years freshmen at Rudder and Bryan. In addition to an expansion at Rudder, other programs will be moved to Bryan High.
BISD011413rezone.mp3Comments from public hearing speaker Cable Kurwitz and board members Tommy Bosquez, David Stasny, and Doug Wunneburger.
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