Tag: Progreso ISD (PISD)
With the Texas Education Agency releasing its yearly Academic Performance Reports after a collaborative lawsuit to challenge last-minute changes to the grading system, large valley school districts passed with flying colors while smaller school districts struggled to meet the state average.
With 2023 coming to an end, the public education institutions in the Rio Grande Valley saw about eight superintendent changes in addition to school districts passing new tax rates and bonds.
Early voting for the 2023 Special Constitutional Amendment Election and Local Entities Elections kicked off Monday.
Early voting has commenced in the Hidalgo County area with local races, tax rate elections and Texas constitutional amendments on the ballots.
The Progeso school district's board president and that municipality's assistant city manager is in custody on federal drug trafficking charges.