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old as dirt  
Wilson Co.  
July 23, 2011 9:28am
Millsap mom, as far as I know, no one in Texas is exempted from school taxes. If you mean, are my taxes frozen? Yes, I mailed in $$8282 last October and that will be the same amount I will mail in this fall.

Alvin, get your head around this: there are a dozen things that can impact per capita spending..some of them good. For instance, if FISD decided to provide all of their 6-12 students with lap top computers (which would be a grand idea), that would cost about $1,300,000, and that would impact per capita spending but that would be money well spent. And if you or the folks in Millsap thought a new building would equate to an overnight increase in student scores, you are foolish. No more so than a new stadium will produce a state champion football team. If that were true. every district in Texas would be building new stadiums and new instructional facilities. I don't believe you know much about school finance and it is obvious you know absolutely nothing about the teaching/learning process. I suggest that you go sign up in all of the Wilson county schools to substitute teach this coming school year.
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