The South San ISD Board will discuss the Texas Education Agency’s appointment of a conservator at a special board meeting on Tuesday. At least one board member and a San Antonio city council member are happy to see the TEA step in.
The overseer appointed by the TEA will have control over much of the governing operations of the South San school board. For board member Stacey Estrada, that’s a welcome addition. “I’m actually very excited about it. I think that this is going to be a big plus for our district,” Estrada said.