The people at the Ysleta school district and some it’s employees may be violating Texas law in the way they are promoting their bond issue.
A reader posted this comment a while back:
YISD recently had a day where grandparents could read to their grandchild. It was 10 minutes of reading and then all the grandparents were herded into the gym where they were shown a video on the bond issue and given a presentation by an associate superintendent. Then bingo and light refreshments were provided. Look at the deception that YISD is committed to. I fear the bond issue! What other tricks are planned with our money and children?
Violation of section 255.003 of the Texas Election Code is a class A misdemeanor. Class A’s carry a maximum jail term of one year and/or a fine of up to $4,000 in Texas.
You don’t have to be a board member or officer of the district to be subject to the law–the law applies to employees also.
Use of facilities
Take a look at this slide from a presentation I found that was made to another Texas school district:
It would appear that we have improper use of facilities and the paid time of district employees in the case cited by our commenter.
We deserve better