Tag: superintendent

Super Speaks- Leo talks district, says will not apply for full-time Superintendent position

By PETE BANDA     Staff Writer reporter@sbnewspaper.com With the departure of former SBCISD Superintendent Dr. Marc A. Puig becoming official on Friday, Interim Superintendent Dr. Filomena Leo can finally say she has “come back home.” The 1968 San Benito graduate had her four-month contract approved at a board meeting last week and has already …

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Limón ‘s last day with district nears

By HEATHER CATHLEEN COX Staff Writer Reporter@sbnewspaper.com After 26 years of service with San Benito Consolidated Independent School District, former Superintendent of Schools Antonio G. Limón will officially retire on Feb. 27, and he will be heading out in style. SBCISD has made plans to host a Retirement Recognition Ceremony in Limón’s honor at 6 p.m. …

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The Supt’s Scoop: Truth to the Taxpayer

  The Supt’s Scoop Superintendent of Schools Dr. Marc A. Puig   As an educator, I firmly believe that the district’s budget is a moral document that determines whether districts are making “budgetary” decisions with the best interest of children in mind. We must be honest with ourselves as an organization before we can truly …

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Inside San Benito Schools

DR. MARC A. PUIG, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS   Special to the News Fiscal Health As the district’s Superintendent of Schools, it is ultimately my responsibility to ensure that the district is financially stable and that our campuses and departments are operating within their budgeted means. On Tuesday, February 10, during the regular board meeting, I …

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Dr. Puig signs 3-year contract with SBCISD

By DINA AREVALO Special to the NEWS It’s official; the dotted line has been signed. On Tuesday, San Benito CISD released the employment contract signed by Dr. Marc Puig which officially names him as the district’s new superintendent. Puig will begin his duties on January 5, 2015. The contract is for three years and 177 days, …

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TONY’S TIME: Limón looks back on 10 years as superintendent

By JACOB LOPEZ Staff Writer reporter@sbnewspaper.com San Benito CISD is nearing the end of the Antonio G. Limón era. Limón will soon be stepping down as SBCISD superintendent of schools after having served in such capacity for 10 years. He’ll be handing over the reins to Dr. Marc A. Puig after the Board of Trustees recently …

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Board to mull more than 40 applicants for super

By JACOB LOPEZ Staff Writer reporter@sbnewspaper.com The San Benito CISD Board of Trustees will meet with Waterford School Services Inc. on Monday, Oct. 20 to discuss the qualifications of more than 40 applicants who are interested in the district’s superintendent position. Board President Arnold Padilla said of the Oct. 20 date, “That’s the first day of …

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DISTRICT UNDER FIRE: Parent of molestation victim sues SBCISD

By HEATHER CATHLEEN COX Staff Writer reporter@sbnewspaper.com Jose Naftali Mendez Jr., a former San Benito CISD teacher who has been repeatedly accused of inappropriate behavior with children, is the subject of a suit filed against SBCISD and its Superintendent of Schools, Antonio G. Limón, by the parent of a female Landrum Elementary School student allegedly …

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Garcia starts new job as RHISD superintendent

By FRANCISCO E. JIMENEZ Staff Writer reporter@sbnewspaper.com RIO HONDO – Former Rio Hondo ISD Superintendent of Schools Anneliese McMinn’s replacement has officially taken on his new role. Ismael Garcia has accepted the districts terms following a 21-day waiting period and began his first day on the job on Monday, July 1. Garcia agreed to a …

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District bids farewell to McMinn; Garza retires

By FRANCISCO E. JIMENEZ Staff Writer reporter@sbnewspaper.com RIO HONDO – The Rio Hondo Independent School District honored Anneliese McMinn, who just retired as the district’s superintendent, at an end-of-the-year ceremony at Rio Hondo High School Saturday, June1. “It was very sweet,” McMinn said of the event, which included a breakfast held to honor the now-former …

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