Safe, Secure and Successful Schools
Every student in the district deserves a safe and successful school. Children should feel protected and secure, and reassured that their school environment is conducive to learning. Their educational experience should set them up for success in life after high school, whatever path that may be.
Provide every school with the mental health resources needed to improve student outcomes, harden school and classroom entrances, expand school marshal program and install active shooter monitors and alarms in every school.
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Long Term Planning and Minimize Rezoning
No more band-aid solutions when it comes to growth plans for the district. Formulate a long-term outlook for the district and ensure all rezoning and feeder pattern adjustments are done toward that long term goal to minimize community impact.
Voice for our Teachers and Community
Let our teachers do what they do best: teach and inspire our kids. Let’s listen to their feedback and return to a three-tier structure to high school academic courses. We must also return trust in community engagement and bring transparency to committee work and focus groups and end faux community engagement.
Authentic Commitment to Community
The Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees have a responsibility to the community and the students they serve. Build a community input structure in every high school feeder pattern for an ongoing feedback loop for district initiatives and community specific ideas and initiatives.
Close the trust deficit between the district and the communities it serves. Define and commit to community focus groups and ad hoc committees and be honest about the work being done, what the outputs will look like, what the end goals are and be honest and transparent about the work they perform.
Conservative Fiscal Stewardship
With the community having passed a nearly $1 billion-dollar bond, we need to ensure that this money is spent responsibly and projects are delivered on time and under budget. We also must ensure that tax dollars are spent wisely, maximizing dollars in direct service to students while minimizing staff overhead.
Hybrid Single Member Districts
It’s time to revamp how our Board of Trustees are elected. Allowing the entire district to vote for all seven representatives means we have, in effect, seven at-large representatives. Let’s modernize and bring representation closer to those they represent with a hybrid single member district structure.
May 4, 2019 Election Schedule
Last Day to Register to Vote: April 30, 2019
Fort Bend County Early Vote Locations and Times
Election Day: May 4, 2019: 7:00 am-7:00 pm
Fort Bend County Election Day Polling Places
As a registered voter in Fort Bend County, you may vote at ANY of the Countywide Election Day Vote Centers.
Jason attended Kelley School of Business at Indiana University where he earned his B.S. in Business Administration, as well as Butler University and University of Houston, Victoria where he completed his MBA in 2012.
Jason works as the Chief Marketing Officer for the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston where he oversees traditional and digital marketing initiatives, branding, public relations and communications, membership initiatives and member experience, as well as leading CRM and technology initiatives, data analysis and information systems.
Jason has worked in the non-profit industry for 13 years. Prior to his current position, Jason served as marketing director for the YMCA of Greater Houston and the Indianapolis YMCA. Jason also runs a marketing and technology company, MarTech Collaborative, where he helps small- and medium-sized businesses with marketing and technology needs.
Jason served on the Board of Directors of the Tellepsen Family Downtown YMCA and the Houston chapter of Playworks. Jason has been a member of the Houston Chapter of the American Marketing Association where he served on the Non-Profit Marketing Special Interest Group Committee.
Jason lives in the Sienna Plantation community with his wife Lacey and their three daughters, Kalli, Malina and Iliza.