How were members of the CNPC chosen?

Each principal submitted one employee and parent representatives from each of the school attendance zones. In addition, the Administration could nominate local business leaders and the Board of Trustees each were able to nominate a representative. In all, a cross-section of 41 individuals were chosen and agreed to service.

How often did the group meet in 2015-2016?

The full Capital Needs Planning Committee met from the end of September 2015 until the final recommendation in June 2016. A total of 10 large-group meetings were held, along with numerous subcommittee meetings and tours of CISD and outside facilities.

Who chaired the Capital Needs Planning Committee?

The CNPC had two parents who served as co-chairs. Todd Carlton, parent representative from the south zone, and Annie Zvonecek, parent representative from the north zone, led the committee.

Isn't Todd Carlton a School Board Member?

Yes, he is now. At the time of the CNPC's work, however, Todd was a resident/parent and was not a Trustee. He was appointed this past summer to fill the vacancy created when former Trustee Matt Kormann resigned and moved from the district.

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