KHAN: THE BOND WILL IMPROVE EDUCATION IN OUR CITY!
Last night at an HISD Asian Town-Hall meeting that took place at Sharpstown High School in Southwest Houston, parents and key community leaders met to dialogue about the issues that are of greatest concern to parents with students attending classes at HISD schools. The HISD bond proposal was also an important topic of discussion.
At this meeting, Council Member M.J. Khan, the District F Council Member for much of Southwest Houston, announced his avid support for the proposed HISD bond initiative. “ I am all for education and I am adamantly committed to the future of our youth and their successes. The passage of this bond will greatly improve the safety and security of HISD schools. In addition the bond will provide much needed repairs and maintenance and aid in the building of new schools. It will also help the school’s administration to use instrumental funds directly for education,” stated Council Member Khan.
Many of the schools in the Southwest area are in desperate need of additions and improvements. Some of the projects will include a new Horn elementary and a new school to relieve overcrowding at Neff and White Elementary schools. “These improvements are of vital importance to the youth and families in our district. If the opportunity is available to use already available funds to improve our schools and provide a cleaner and safer environment for students, then I am fully behind making these improvements for my constituents,” said Khan.