WANTED: 15+ School Districts Have No One Running Them
Contrary to that Van Halen song, not many are hot for teacher- I mean Superintendent. After being lockdowned in 2020, normal people were forced to acknowledge their children’s grooming into gayness, porn books, white bashing, genital self-harm, and anti-Americanism. Enraged, parents investigated further and demanded answers from School Boards, from Lake Travis to Lewisville, and flooded Board meetings to make their voices known.
In the end, Texan moms and dads were victorious, winning School Boards from Fredericksburg to Grapevine. Learning they cannot shove things down children’s throats, pervert cliques were incensed, with woke Superintendents ragequitting after parental ridicule; it is hard to push sodomy through the backdoor when people know what you are “doing.”
An investigation by Texas Scorecard revealed 15+ School Districts run on a skeleton crew (School Board), with no Superintendent. While Highland Park ISD hired subverters to find a replacement, the fates of others are uncertain.
Per Texas Scorecard:
More than a dozen of the state’s 1,200 districts are actively searching for new superintendents to fill positions that are open now or will be by the end of the 2022-23 school year, according to a list maintained by TexasISD.com.
Once school boards narrow their superintendent candidates to a “lone finalist,” state law requires the name to be public for 21 days before the candidate is officially hired.
Superintendents often receive super-sized salaries.
In 2021-22 (the most recent school year for which the Texas Education Agency reports data), four Texas superintendents took home base salaries above $400,000; another 55 were paid at least $300,000 a year.
The lucrative salaries are supplemented by benefits like insurance; pension contributions; and allowances for cars, phones, housing, and continuing education. Superintendents’ contracts often include hefty bonuses as well—all provided at taxpayers’ expense.
Among them are:
Carrollton-Farmer’s Branch ISD (Denton and Dallas County)
Highland Park ISD (Dallas)
Grapevine-Colleyville (a victory)
Mckinney ISD (Collin County)
Northside ISD (San Antonio/Bexar County)
Joshua ISD (Johnson County)
Northwest ISD(Tarrant County, and just taken)
Southwest ISD (Bexar County)
Hubbard ISD (Hill County)
Ferris ISD (Ennis County)
Much more (Adrian, Boyd, Crane, Jourdanton, Kenedy, Knippa, Lefors, Liberty, Mercedes, Midway, Paradise, Somerset, White Oak, and Wills Point.)
If you want to get paid saving children from diddlers, we highly suggest applying for Superintendent vacancies. At Current Revolt, we believe in diversity and inclusion, so we encourage our readers to apply, ensuring non-retard representation. For all this talk of “taking back schools,” hopefully some volunteer to actually do it; this is the perfect opportunity for our own “march through the institutions.”
Do not worry about whether you are an administrative genius; chances are you are an improvement from your predecessor. What’s stopping you? How hot are you for
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