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  1. A N N U A L __ R E P O R T Research and Grant Development 2009 - 2010

  2. From the District Grant Writer/Research Analyst Grant Development Office I am please to present the 2009 – 2010 annual report of the Grant Development Office under the Department of Federal Programs. The Laredo Independent School District has had a historic year within its grants program. Many exciting and innovative programs have been funded through our grant development efforts. This continued success has a direct impact on the educational programs and services. In addition, Federal (ARRA/Stimulus) funds have provided Laredo Independent School District with the opportunity to enhance our educational programs such as: Dual Language, Elementary Science, Fine Arts, Dual Credit, Technology, Parental Involvement, Fiscal Stability, Professional Development and School Safety. This report has three parts: 1) a summary of grants with a description of activities that took place during the year, including several success stories, 2) a breakdown of grant awards by department and/or program, and 3) an appendix containing a detailed list of all individual awards. This second annual report is designed to inform all stakeholders in the types of grant application submissions for external funding sources to supplement our current educational programs and support services. Currently, there are 38 grants being funded for a total of $83,407,443.00. Overall, in 2009 – 2010 funding has totaled $88,907,146.00. During the 2009 – 2010 school year the Grant Development Office submitted 95 applications and processed 71 awards totaling $88,907,146.00. This represents an increase of 64.21% in the number of applications submitted and a 28.16% increase in the number of grants awarded. Currently there are 8 grant application that have been submitted pending approval for a total of $21,151,903.00. During the Fiscal year of 2009 – 2010, 29 campuses and the 3 Magnet school Programs received funding for summer enrichment, student clubs, school furniture, library media services, physical education, science lab construction, accelerated instruction in reading and math, pre-kindergarten programs, intensive reading and math initiatives, school improvement and school safety, professional development and parental/community involvement programs/projects. There is an anticipated interest in increased activity this coming school year for additional proposal submissions through various funding sources. The administration and compliance of awarded grants to Laredo Independent School District continues to exceed expectations in an increasingly restrictive budget and competitive environment. This continued increase in the number of grant proposals submitted and funded is very encouraging and is a testament to the underlying excellence of administration and staff in our ability to compete successfully. We expect to have continued increases in funding source opportunities and grants awarded for 2010 – 2011. I am proud of the efforts of everyone and look forward to another prosperous and productive year for grant development. Sincerely, Scott Roberts Scott Roberts, MBA/IT and MS/IS Grant Writer/Research Analyst

  3. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office The Grant Development Office is pleased to present this Executive Summary of the Laredo Independent School District Sponsored Awards Activity for School Year 2009 – 2010, a period over which the Grant Development Office received $88,907,146.00 million dollars in funding from multiple funding sources in support of summer enrichment, student clubs, school furniture, library media services, physical education, science lab construction, accelerated instruction in reading and math, pre-kindergarten programs, intensive reading and math initiatives, school improvement and school safety, professional development and parental/community involvement programs/projects, and special projects. Please note that this report only provides a summary of the School Year 2009 – 2010 proposals and grant awards handled by the office of Grant Development and not any other funding received by the District. Scott Roberts, MBA/IT and MS/IS Grant Writer/Research Analyst School Year 2009 – 2010 Grant Development Office Summary Data Proposals Submitted........................................................................................95 Dollars Requested…………………………………………..........$118,502,135.00 New Awards…………………………………………………..……….…………....29 Award Amounts Received………………………………………………………….….$39,566,778.00 Continuation Awards………………………………………………….……………………..…….42 Award Amounts Received………………………...…………….....$49,340,368.00 Number of Applications Awarded……………………………………………...…71 Award Amounts Received ..……………………….......................$88,907,146.00 Number of Applications Submitted Pending NOGA……………………………..8 Dollars Requested……………………………………................................$21,151,903.00 Number of Applications Pending Submission………………………...………....8 Dollars Requested……………………………………................................$48,000,000.00

  4. School Year 2009 – 2010 Award Activity and Submission by Department or Campus GRANT ACTIVITIES Grant activities continue to play a vital role in the on-going effort to create an environment of educational support services through innovative ideas conducted by administration and staff at Laredo Independent School District. For School year 2009 – 2010 there were a total of 29 new projects and/or current projects awarded, totaling $39,566,778.00. The amount of continuation funding received for this fiscal year was $49,340,368.00, which included summer enrichment, student clubs, school furniture, library media services, physical education, science lab construction, accelerated instruction in reading and math, pre-kindergarten programs, intensive reading and math initiatives, special education, school improvement, professional development, teacher incentives, and parental/community involvement projects. PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS For School Year 2009 – 2010 there were a total of 95 grant applications submitted representing a 64.21 % increase from the previous fiscal year with a total of $ 88,907,146.00 awarded.

  5. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office AWARDS BY SOURCE AND PURPOSE For school year 2009 – 2010, there was a notable 58.55% increase in funding received for project and program related activities from the previous fiscal year. The majority of the funding support received has been provided by Federal and State funding sources accounting for 88% of the total award dollars including Federal ARRA/Stimulus funds. As in the past, the majority of awards have supported academic program activities, which represents 90.58% of the total funds received.

  6. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office Continuation Awards

  7. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SUCCESS STORIES…… Macdonell Elementary School Capital Investment Fund Grant Mrs. Cynthia G. Conchas, Principal “A visionary leader, innovative and goal-oriented led Macdonell Elementary School to new heights.” We made it successfully to the finish line in our race to success! “An Exemplary Campus” 2009-2010

  8. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SUCCESS STORIES…… Macdonell Elementary School Capital Investment Fund Grant “Science Fun Festival” Pre-Kinder – 5th graders participated in a Science Fun Day that reinforced Science Objectives in Earth Science, Physical Science, Life Science, and the Nature of Science. It was “Out of this World. 2009-2010 TAKS Science Scores – 99% Mastery.

  9. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SUCCESS STORIES…… Macdonell Elementary School Capital Investment Fund Grant “Writing Across the Curriculum” The Writing Fair targeted the TEKS based writing objectives. It prepared students to become skillful writers. “The Sky’s the Limit” - 2009-2010 TAKS Writing Scores – 100% Mastery.

  10. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SUCCESS STORIES…… Macdonell Elementary School Capital Investment Fund Grant Parental Involvement: Parent meeting, parenting sessions, and parent volunteers (over 10,000 hours of volunteerism) were actively involved in improved student achievement. A high academic standard was top priority. Parents worked hand-in-hand with the campus in reaching our campus goals.

  11. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SUCCESS STORIES…… Macdonell Elementary School Capital Investment Fund Grant Community Involvement: Macdonellvilleis a Micro-Community that mirrors a full-functioning real-life society. Building partnerships with the community opened the doors to a world of resources. The key was to capitalize on those resources to instill interest, opportunities and self-confidence in the students. We found that key and were successful in opening the doors for the students at Macdonellville Elementary.

  12. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SUCCESS STORIES…… Macdonell Elementary School Capital Investment Fund Grant • Professional Development: Teachers participated in professional development sessions to effectively implement vertically aligned, TEKS-based lessons in depth and complexity. Teachers are inspired to teach their students in a positive and life-long lasting, learning experience.

  13. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SUCCESS STORIES…… Macdonell Elementary School Capital Investment Fund Grant Instruction: Students are engaged in CSCOPE lessons that are customized and are current research-based practices in the field. The Grant provided us the necessary supplementary funds to carry out our campus goals and objectives and have a successful school year.

  14. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SUCCESS STORIES…… Memorial Middle School Capital Investment Fund Grant Students at Memorial come from a long range of backgrounds. Unfortunately some arrive with a load full of challenges both personal and academic. One female student from Memorial was loaded with challenges. Personally, she was a known gang leader, rebellious, combative and held frequently troubled. Academically, she was a special needs student with a negative attitude towards learning and education as a whole. At the end of her stay at Memorial Middle she became homecoming queen, and was a pivotal leader in the young ladies club. She was no longer in a gang nor was she combative. Academically, she not only passed the state assessments she was also commended in the areas of reading, math and social studies. She is just one example of what hard work, commitment and dedication can do for the life a child. Her future plans include becoming a law enforcement officer. Connie A. Vela Principal Memorial Middle School Favorite quote: “Every Child, Every Day, Whatever It Takes”

  15. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SUCCESS STORIES . . . Dr. J. G. Cigarroa, Jr. Middle School Intensive Summer Program “The students engage in real world experiences through lots of hands-on activities.” “The hands-on activities have been beneficial, for all the students, but especially for our ELL population.” --Mr. Barron

  16. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 – 2010Grant Development Office SUCCESS STORIES . . . SUCCESS STORIES . . . Dr. J. G. Cigarroa, Jr. Middle School Intensive Summer Program “I hear, and I forget. I see, and I remember. I do, and I understand.” – Chinese Proverb “The student gets a chance to participate in hands-on Interdisciplinary thematic units.” “Integrating technology through the use of educational websites has facilitated student learning and comprehension” The Intensive Summer Program has helped the students it services immensely – by focusing our efforts on enrichment activities, from building robots, to forming their own governments, to building model homes, and almost everything & anything in-between, our students have begun to create real-world connections to abstract concepts and ideas. Submitted by: Monica Salinas & J..J. Torres, Intensive Summer Program Co-Coordinators, Dr. J.G. Cigarroa, Jr. Middle School

  17. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SUCCESS STORIES…… Raymond and Tirza Martin High School Intensive Summer Program Coming out of a very challenging and difficult year, the last thing on my mind was teaching summer school. I sure am glad I changed my mind after all. Since I had previously worked for the Intensive Summer Program last year, I knew the curriculum and fun activities would allow me to return with great enthusiasm. The rigor of the curriculum was increased this year supported by calculator activities which was totally foreign to the incoming freshmen. Several weeks into the program the kids are now excited about the use of the calculator. The relaxed atmosphere, hands-on activities and the incentives have made them feel at ease and keeps them, including me, wanting to continue attending the program. The kids have been wonderful to work with and are working with such eagerness that it is contagious. It is bittersweet to see the program end again this summer. I look forward to seeing these students apply their calculator skills in the upcoming school year. I am looking forward to reapplying next year! Submitted by: Ida Diaz ISP Math Teacher Martin High Favorite quote: Great ability develops and reveals itself increasingly with every new assignment. -Baltasar Gracian

  18. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office $1.762 MILLION AWARDED FOR THE DISTRICT AWARD FOR TEACHER EXCELLENCE (D.A.T.E.) GRANT The Grant Development Office had a successful 2008 – 2009 distribution of funds to all campus based personnel that qualified for our first performance based awards system. The 2009 – 2010 our second year of the performance based award has been approved and is currently being implemented for the 2009 – 2010 school year. The grant development Office has submitted the third application through the Texas Education Agency District Awards for Teacher Excellence grant program (D.A.T.E.) and has already been awarded $1,762,506.00 for the 2010 – 2011 school year. The D.A.T.E. grant provides performance based incentives to all campus personnel meeting the programs performance based criteria. 60% of the grant must apply directly to core area teachers and the other 40% for all other campus instructional and non-instructional support staff. In prior years the district has been awarded the Teacher Excellence Educator grant known as (T.E.E.G.). The T.E.E.G. grants were given to campuses that met the state performance growth index and were selected to apply directly from TEA. This award was then distributed through a campus based decision making committee. Different from the T.E.E.G. grant the D.A.T.E. grant is the first grant of its kind for the district and the district has been awarded funding of this type to provide additional incentives to teachers for reaching different levels of performance based measures at various grade levels. Teachers qualify for higher amounts of incentives based of their respective grade level performance measures as defined in the grant criteria as well as set amounts for maintaining TAKS averages above 70%. The contingency funds include an attendance award and the remaining will be equally distributed among all teachers qualifying for either Part I or Part II. Meetings and Presentations were held district wide and with campus administrators and staff in order to explain the process and procedures necessary to implement this grant successfully. Pending Legislative approval the district could receive additional funding for the 2011 – 2012 school year. At which time the District Level Committee will work on refining and improving on the performance measures ensuring effective and efficient use of funds to provide our hard working campus staff with opportunities to receive incentives that impact instruction, promote a positive school climate, and engage students in active learning communities.

  19. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office $1.762 MILLION AWARDED FOR THE DISTRICT AWARD FOR TEACHER EXCELLENCE (D.A.T.E.) GRANT Success Stories Cigarroa Middle School The DATE Grant was a great incentive for everyone. It was just a nice little bonus for us all. -Nancy Landa It felt good to be rewarded for all the hard work we put in the classroom. I know I am appreciated, but it is good to see a tangible reflection of that appreciation. -Juan J. Torres I was very pleased with the DATE grant. It was a good motivator. It made me work harder for the extra incentive.” -Santos Ortiz The DATE Grant was very rewarding. It was an enjoyable treat. -Cesar Calzadias

  20. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office $1.762 MILLION AWARDED FOR THE DISTRICT AWARD FOR TEACHER EXCELLENCE (D.A.T.E.) GRANT Success Stories This letter will confirm of how pleased I am with the DATE Grant. As an ELA teacher in Memorial Middle School I have always strived to provide the best education for all students. The DATE Grant was an incentive for the dedication, time and effort I gave and give every year. I have become a better teacher and my students have obtained the skills required to perform better in their academic future. There were many students that did well on their TAKS test and continue to do better. Some of these students had never passed a Reading TAKS test in previous years. One of these students is presently attending Nixon High School and her ELA teacher informed me that she has exited the ESL program and passed her recent TAKS test. The DATE grant and the additional incentive it provides helps teachers aspire to do their best and is just one way to demonstrate appreciation for the work we do daily. Lucinda Galvan 8th ELA teacher

  21. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office $7.1 MILLION AWARDED TO SCIENCE LABS CONSTRUCTION PROJECT FOR MARTIN, CIGARROA, AND NIXON HIGH SCHOOLS. Recently, The Grant Development Office along with Laredo Independent School District Division of Operations began construction of the Science labs at Martin, Nixon, and Cigarroa High Schools. These state of the art Science labs will provide our students and community with the most advanced Science classrooms for 2010 -2011. The Grant Development Office submitted these applications through the school foundation grant program funds and were awarded $7,184,600.00 for the New Science Labs Classroom Construction. The amount decreased from $7,511,200.00 based on student enrollment numbers. The grant funding formula considers the average daily attendance, enrollment, and number of current classrooms identified as science labs. The formula takes in to account the number of existing classrooms identified as science labs, the need for additional science labs, the maximum number of science labs eligible to satisfy the 4 year science requirements, the maximum number of labs eligible for each campus and the calculation of the grant amount requested. These funds allow the Laredo Independent School District to infuse these funds into completion of its science lab construction projects that are well underway. These funds could not have come at a better time when there has been a fund shortfall to complete these projects from the 2005 Bond Issuance that called for new science lab construction. These funds are only to provide additional science lab classrooms and cannot be used to replace existing science lab classrooms. Raymond & Tirza Martin High School received $3,592,000.00 for an additional 11 classrooms. Joseph W. Nixon High School received $1,633,000.00 for an additional 5 classrooms. Dr. Leonides G. Cigarroa High School received $1,959,600.00 for an additional 6 classrooms. The Grant Development Office and Construction Department will be seeking to submit an additional application for the Early College High School next year as they will become eligible with their first graduating class of Seniors in 2009 – 2010.

  22. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SCHOOL YEAR 2008 – 2009 NEW AND CONTINUATION AWARDS Student Success Initiative Awarded: $451,136.00 Elementary/Middle/HighSchool grades 3rd – 12th Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: The primary goal of the grant is to provide a well developed plan that provides Accelerated Reading Instruction and Accelerated Math Instruction that is equitable to all students at each grade level served. Pre-K Early Start Tier III, Year 1Awarded: $2,762,718.00 Elementary Campuses Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing students with activities that enhance their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through an Expansion Program targeting students in Pre-Kindergarten. Texas Reading First Cycle 2 Year 6Awarded: $1,400,000.00 Elementary Campuses Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing students with activities that enhance their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through the Reading First Initiative and increase reading proficiency and academic achievement among Laredo Independent School District’s struggling readers at the elementary level in order to meet and exceed national standards. Our focus is on increasing the students reading experiences and improving their attitudes towards reading. The Reading First Initiative fundamental goals and objectives will align the instructional activities with the existing programs and thus create a greater opportunity for student academic success. Cigarroa High SchoolAwarded: $83,500.00.00 High Schools that Work Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing campus and student instructional support that enhances their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through an implementation of the grant and technical assistance provided.

  23. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SCHOOL YEAR 2008 – 2009 NEW AND CONTINUATION AWARDS Raymond & Tirza Martin High SchoolAwarded: $149,982.00 Intensive Summer Program Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing students with activities that enhances their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through implementation of an intensive academic summer program targeting in-coming 9th graders, who are identified as being at-risk of dropping out of school, to prepare them for successful transition from middle school, to high school, and to college. Dr. Joaquin G. Cigarroa Middle SchoolAwarded: $146,858.00 Intensive Summer Program Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing students with activities that enhances their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through an implement an intensive academic summer program targeting in-coming 9th graders, who are identified as being at-risk of dropping out of school, to prepare them for a successful transition from middle school, to high school, and to college. Student ClubsAwarded: $36,000.00 Student Clubs Continuation Grant Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing students with activities that enhances their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through extra curricula activities targeting students in grades 9-12, who are identified as being at-risk of dropping out of school, to provide them with opportunities to be involved in academic or co-curricular activities outside of normal school hours of operation. This funding source has been eliminated due to State budget constraints for the 2010 – 2011 school year.

  24. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SCHOOL YEAR 2008 – 2009 NEW AND CONTINUATION AWARDS Mathematics Instructional Coaches PilotAwarded: $250,00.00 Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing secondary campuses with support and innovative mathematics initiatives and professional development. Special Education ARRA/Stimulus FundsAwarded: $5,632,737.00 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Provides additional funding for additional student services that enhances their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through an implementation of the ARRA/Stimulus funds. NCLB Federal Title I A/Title II D ARRA/Stimulus Funds Awarded: $13,658,064.00 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing additional funding for professional development, dual language, technology, dual credit, fine arts, parental involvement, supplemental education services, and non-public private schools. Texas Fitness Now Awarded: $58,611.00 Middle School Physical Education Program Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing students with physical activities enhances their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through a TEKS based physical education program whereby highly qualified physical education teachers can measure student success by teaching them the importance of healthy and nutritious life style changes that are life long, promoting social skills, team building, moderate to vigorous activities that are engaging the students in physical and healthy life style changes.

  25. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SCHOOL YEAR 2008 – 2009 NEW AND CONTINUATION AWARDS Memorial, MacDonell, and Santo NiñoAwarded: $144,430.00 Investment Capital Fund Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: The primary goal of the Investment Capital Fund Cycle 18 grant is to provide a well developed plan that is equitable to all administrators, teachers, staff, students, parents, community organizations at the campus level providing students with activities that enhances their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through an implementation of an academic enrichment program and extension activities outside of the school day. Raymond &Tirza Martin High SchoolAwarded: $3,592,000.00 Science Laboratory Grant Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing students with facilities that enhance their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through programs that support student achievement creating an environment conducive to student excelling and to prepare them for a successful transition from high school to college. Joseph W. Nixon High SchoolAwarded: $1,633,000.00 Science Laboratory Grant Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing students with facilities that enhance their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through programs that support student achievement creating an environment conducive to student excelling and to prepare them for a successful transition from high school to college. Dr. Leonides G. Cigarroa High SchoolAwarded: $1,959,600.00 Science Laboratory Grant Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing students with facilities that enhance their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through programs that support student achievement creating an environment conducive to student excelling and to prepare them for a successful transition from high school to college.

  26. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office SCHOOL YEAR 2008 – 2009 NEW AND CONTINUATION AWARDS All CampusesAwarded: $1,762,506.00 D.A.T.E. District Award for Teacher Excellence Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: The primary goal of the district level planning committee is to provide a well developed plan that is equitable to all stakeholders at the campus level and to ensure that all funds are allocated and distributed based on a district level effectiveness index whereby the campus in essence will be compared to itself over a period of time and awards will be allocated for achieving certain decision tree based criterion. Special EducationAwarded: $10,578,737.00 DEAF Consolidated Grant Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing students with activities that enhances their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through an implementation of special education programs for students who are identified as having special needs. Special EducationAwarded: $15,041.00 IDEA-B Grant Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: Providing students with activities that enhances their cognitive skills in learning by applying best practices through an implementation of special education programs for students who are identified as having special needs. State Fiscal Stabilization Funds (SFSF ARRA/Stimulus) Awarded: $7,455,000.00 Granting Agency: Texas Education Agency Purpose: The primary goal of the grant is to provide stabilization funding for school districts in order for them to be able to balance their budgets, modernize, renovate or build their schools.

  27. About the Grant Development Office Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office The Grant Development Office, a unit of Federal Programs, supports and provides services for administration and staff in securing funding resources from public, private, and foundation sources. An emphasis is placed on securing funds to achieve the Laredo Independent School Districts goals and objectives. The Grant Development Office supports the grant writing process of the administration and staff through all stages of proposal development – from the initial planning through project completion. Scott Roberts District Grant Writer/Research AnalystGrant Development Office 1618 Houston St. Laredo, Texas 78040 Phone: (956) 795-3394 Fax: (956) 795-3389 sroberts@laredoisd.org Visit us on the web http://www.laredoisd.org/departments/grantadmin/default2.html

  28. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office LAREDO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Welcome Dr. A. Marcus Nelson – The Grant Development Office looks forward to working with you on many funding opportunities in the 2010 – 2011 school year.

  29. Laredo Independent School District Award Activity FY 2009 - 2010 Grant Development Office LAREDO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES George M. Beckelhymer District 4 President Jesus Martinez District 2 Secretary Daniel Rigal District 5 Vice President John Peter Montalvo District 3 Trustee Jose A. Valdez District 1 Trustee Guillermina Montes District 6 Trustee Jose R. Perez District 7 Trustee