Students from the Highland Park High School's Park Version vocal ensemble performed “For Good” from the musical Wicked to help HPISD honor trustees during the regular Jan. 17 school board meeting. The performance was the highlight of celebrating Trustee Appreciation Month and honoring HPISD’s seven trustees.
Trustees also received written notes from students across the district sharing their favorite things about their school and thanking them for their service. HPHS ninth-grade students in Rachel Talkington’s art class produced artwork featuring the phrase “Thank You” using linocut stamping as the medium. Trustee Appreciation Month lasts through Jan. 31 and HPISD invites the community to join the district in thanking HPISD Trustees.
These individuals are critical to the success of students. Their leadership includes setting district vision and goals, overseeing the budget, and selecting and evaluating the superintendent. HPISD joins districts across the state of Texas in thanking its Trustees for the countless hours they voluntarily contribute every month to support our staff, students and community. Click here to learn more about our HPISD trustees.