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Local Businesses Honored for Their Support of Bastrop Public Schools

May 11, 2017

 

Bastrop ISD to Honor Business and Community Partners

 

(Bastrop) – Bastrop ISD nominated numerous Bastrop Area businesses and community partners for the 2017 Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) business recognition program. Nominees will be honored by the Board of Trustees on May 16, 2017 during the regular board meeting.

 

“We are grateful for the generosity of our businesses and local partners and their commitment to help make a real difference for our kids and our community,” said Steve Murray, Superintendent of Bastrop ISD. “This year we recognize our “We Believe in BISD” partners as well as the companies that make our Back to School Bash and Stuff the Bus events possible. Their generous financial support, as well as their time and talent, allow us to create more meaningful impact for our teachers, students, and families.”

 

The TASB recognition program, which began in 2014, is intended to recognize businesses, organizations, and individuals whose partnership with the district is both inspiring and encouraging to all those who work on behalf of public school children. The recognition program is designed to complement the Stand Up for Texas Public Schools advocacy campaign, which seeks to equip businesses with information to help them speak up more effectively on behalf of their public schools.

 

Local partners to be honored include: A+ Federal Credit Union, Austin Title, Bastrop Advertiser, Bastrop Chamber of Commerce, Bastrop Christian Ministerial Alliance, Bastrop County Board of Realtors, Bastrop Economic Development Corporation, Bastrop Property Group, Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative, Calvary Baptist Church, Centex Image Designs, Chicken Express, Chick-Fil-A, Coldwell Banker Green-Mills & Associates, Esquivel Janitorial Services, Farmers Insurance-JR Krcmar Agency, First National Bank, GoldStar Transit, HEB Plus in Bastrop, Heirs of Grace, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort, Independence Title, Kana Real Estate, The Kevin White Group-Keller Williams Realty, Ladd’s Coin & Jewelry, Lone Star Circle of Care, Lost Pines Toyota, The Nitsche Group, Prosperity Bank, RE/MAX Bastrop Area-Kay Wesson, RE/MAX-The Janis Penick Team, Roscoe State Bank, Rotary of Bastrop, Rotary of Cedar Creek, Schlotzsky’s/Cinnabon, Sente Mortgage, Seton Health Plan, Southside Market & BBQ, State Farm-James Allen Agency, Superior Health Plan, VingDirect-Lindsay Kana, and Waste Connections.

 

“Our students, parents, and teachers directly benefit from companies such as these that are willing to stand up for Bastrop public schools, not just in words but in their actions,” said Murray. “We applaud our community partners for their participation and hope that strong bonds of friendship will continue for years to come.”

 

Bastrop ISD is located 30 miles southeast of Austin and serves approximately 10,600 students from the communities of Bastrop, Cedar Creek, Red Rock, Rockne, Paige and other rural areas of Bastrop County.


For more information, contact Kristi Lee, Executive Director of Communications, at (512) 772-7106.
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