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Dr. Lee kicks off Student Advisory Committee with first meeting of the year

Superintendent Dr. Lee discusses topics with student advisory committee

Dr. Jack Lee recently kicked off the first Superintendent's Student Advisory Committee meeting of the year at Bullard High School. The Superintendent's Student Advisory Committee allows Dr. Lee and district leadership to hear student perspectives on day-to-day activities, procedures, and current events within Bullard ISD.

“It is so exciting to begin another year of the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Committee,” Dr. Lee said. “Day in and day out, our students learn from the educators around them. This committee helps us educators learn from them.” 

The student advisory committee was updated on the Bullard Bond 2022 projects and facility designs, was able to give feedback on food service selections and operations, and discussed topics for future meetings. Dr. Lee intends to take part of the committee to Austin later in the year to visit our elected legislators' offices. The group will discuss their public education experiences, observe the legislative process in action, and learn about its impact on public education. 

In addition, Bullard ISD and Director of Safety & Police Chief, John Jones, led the group through a “Stop the Bleed” training exercise. “Stop the Bleed,” developed by The American College of Surgeons (ACS), provides valuable information on responding to serious injuries where blood loss occurs. The training course is required for all Bullard ISD staff and is available to students in 7th through 12th grades with parental permission.

Superintendent Dr. Lee discusses topics with student advisory committee
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