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Request for Proposals for Construction Manager-At-Risk




Sealed proposals will be received by Dr. Brad Schnautz, Superintendent of Schools, Lexington Independent School District (the “District”), 8731 North Highway 77, Lexington, Texas 78947, and shall be received until 2:00 p.m. (CST), Thursday, April 23, 2015, at the above address, to provide Construction Management at-Risk (“CMAR”) services for the High School Main Replacement Project (the “Project”)....

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LMS Teacher - Connie Moss Wins 3rd Place for Outstanding History Teacher

   Connie Moss wins 3rd Place
Outstanding History Teacher from the Daughters of the American Revolution
 Cindy Rucker, DAR State Historian, Connie Moss, LMS History Teacher, and Pamela Rouse Wright, State Regent.
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Jane Ranck, La Villita College Station Chapter DAR Regent, Ms. Connie Moss, and Cindy Rucker, DAR State Historian.
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Ms. Moss received her award during the Daughters of the American Revolution State Conference in San Antonio.  She was nominated by Jane Rack, a Regent of the La Villita DAR Chapter in College Station, Texas.
Ms. Moss with the help of her DAR Chapter Historian, Leonora Owre worked for several months editing and rewriting to complete the lengthy application. All their hard work paid off.  Ms. Moss had to compile: letters of recommendation from people familiar with her teaching, a recommendation and nomination for her local DAR Chapter, information on her educational background, her teaching experience, as well as examples or anecdotes of what she does to teach her students.  
Ms. Moss stated, "Earlier in my teaching career I was an English/reading teacher, but I taught American history through literature.  Even though I didn't know it 30 years ago, I was going to be a history teacher!"  
Her application showed her passion for history that she learned at a young age while listening to her Grandfather as he told stories about their family. Along with family stories Ms. Moss discussed vacations she has taken to find the locations her ancestors once lived. Ms. Moss took her proven family history and joined various lineage societies such as; Jamestown Society, DAR, Daughters of the Republic of Texas, US Daughters of 1812, and Descendants of Colonial Clergy.   "I have used much of my own family history when teaching my history classes.  Sometimes I tell my students that I am talking about my own family when using them as examples, but most of the time I make no mention of the ancestors used for illustrations of history."    


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Dr. Brad Schnautz, Superintendent of Schools

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Message from Dr. Schnautz when he was named as LISD's Lone Finalist

"I am honored to be chosen as the lone finalist for Lexington ISD. The district is built upon a strong commitment to student success in both academics and extracurriculars, and I look forward to serving the students and working alongside the staff of Lexington ISD to build upon that foundation of success. My family and I are excited to become a part of the Lexington community and look forward to calling it home." - Dr. Schnautz


Dr. Brad Schnautz has served as an educator for the past 13 years. He currently serves as the principal of Magnolia West High School, a position held since July 2012. Prior to this, he served as the principal of Magnolia Junior High School from 2010-2012. He began his administrative career in 2008 as an assistant principal at Magnolia West High School. His previous experiences also include teaching and coaching in the districts of Magnolia, Conroe, and Bryan. Dr. Schnautz received his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in 2000, his master's degree from Sam Houston State University in 2007, and his doctorate in December 2014 from Texas A&M University in Educational Administration.  

In 2014, Dr. Schnautz was recognized by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) as the Region 6 High School Principal of the Year. He currently serves on the Lone Star College-Magnolia Center Community Advisory Group as well as the Board of Directors for TASSP. Prior to working in education, he played minor league baseball as a pitcher in the New York Yankees organization. He and his wife, Jenny, have three daughters and a son – Abby (12), Mary (9), Lucy (7), and Will (2).

During a Called Meeting on March 16, 2015, the Lexington ISD Board of Trustees, hired Dr. Brad Schnautz to be our new Superintendent of Schools.

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