Rep. Reynolds Files Legislation to Create Single-Member Districts for Fort Bend Independent School District
AUSTIN (Jan. 15, 2015) -- State Representative Ron Reynolds (Fort Bend County, District 27) filed today HB 717 which will create single-member districts for the Fort Bend Independent School District Board (Fort Bend ISD). This bill will require each board member to be elected in single districts instead of the current at-large system. "The members of our school board need to be reflective of the make-up of our community," stated Rep. Reynolds.
REYNOLDS RAP STATE CAPITAL NEWS - SEPTEMBER 2013
40th Birthday & Campaign Kick-off
State Rep. Ron Reynolds Runs for Re-election
About State Rep. Ron Reynolds
Rep. Ron Reynolds at Service in the Community
April 2013 Newsletter
Reynolds Tackles Key Issues in 2013
Reynolds Goes to Bat for HUB
Reynolds Receives Key House Committee Assignments
Single Member District Bill to Reflect Diversity
State Testing Bill to Minimize High Stakes Testing Provisions
August 2012 Newsletter
Dear Friends and Neighbors, I would like to take this opportunity to wish each and every Fort Bend family a successful and enlightening new school year. This time of year brings back great memories for me. I can remember the nervous jitters on the first day of school. It was also a time of great anticipation and hope for the future. I imagine many students are feeling the same way today. I have great confidence in our children and know that the parental/school team will have an indelible impact on our students' lives.
March 2012 Newsletter
March is a wonderful month because we have the opportunity to celebrate and honor the women in our lives, past and present. March is National Women's History Month and the 2012 theme is "Women's Education - Women's Empowerment.
December 2011 Newsletter
December is a reflective time of year for me. I am thankful for the support of my family and each of you. Your guidance, feedback and collaboration over my first year serving as your State Representative in the Texas House has been invaluable as we continue to fight for public education, teachers, the elderly, and protecting small businesses and the working families of District 27.
November 2011 Newsletter
Thank you for the honor, privilege and responsibility of serving as your State Representative in the Texas House. My first legislative session our state was faced with many challenges during these tough economic times, but I kept my focus on the needs of our community. My top priorities are fighting for public education, teachers, the elderly, and protecting small businesses and the working families of District 27.
October 2011 Newsletter
On Tuesday, November 8, voters will decide on 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. More than 450 changes have been approved since the original Constitution was adopted in 1876. Proposed constitutional amendments appear on the ballot on the same day other city officials and school board members are elected.
September 2011 Newsletter
September marks the end of the first week of school for most students and I trust it has been a successful one for all of our District 27 families.
August 2011 Newsletter
The 82nd Legislative Session and the First Called Special Session of the 82nd Legislature are behind us. Many have described the regular session as one of the most difficult in the history of Texas.