• Just A Few Comanche ISD Kudos

    And A Message Of Hope For All Of Us!

    I really had no intention of writing about CHS this week beyond the fact that Phillip Beard and the Comanche Ag Department are heading back to contest before beginning the Texas Longhorn metal art that they so graciously are building for the town of Comanche. And then…I ran by the principal’s office to visit with Chad Gee for a moment.

    ______, ______, Kandace Donald, Kimber Bills were celebrating the "end of theatre" with their principal, Chad Gee.  Isn't it great that high school kiddos are that comfortable with their principal?

    Of course, what I saw demanded that I grab a camera!  Faith Ruggles, Rachel Lilley , Kandace Donald, and Kimber Bills were celebrating the “end of theatre” with their principal, Chad Gee. Isn’t it great that high school kiddos are that comfortable with their principal?

    I left CHS, feeling really good about our school and our town in general, and that was supposed to be the end of it. I certainly had no intention of adding anything about Comanche ISD to Texans United. I was just concerned about making our weekend plans work as I rushed home. Rickey and I threw some things into a bag and took off, hurrying toward the town of Clifton for the twins’ track meet.  Afterwards, we spent the night so that we could be in Fort Worth the next morning for Presley’s basketball game.

    At 6:00 that Saturday evening (after winning our basketball games, of course!), we pulled up in front of Billy Ray and Doylene Evans’ barn for a charity dinner and auction for Caring Hearts For Children, and lo and behold, what did I see?

    Comanche ISD was in the spotlight again, as principals Beard and Pierce were possibly the best VOLUNTEEER waiters I have ever seen!  That’s right, I did say volunteer. After a long week at the principal helm, these two men spent Saturday night on their feet, waiting on the rest of us and doing a fabulous job of it, to say the least.


     MR. PIERCE SERVING DESSERT MR. SIMMONSAs you can see, Comanche ISD was represented in the best possible light, and Texans United sends out HUGE Kudos to these two school leaders. What a blessing it is to live in a small community, where our kiddos have the chance to learn firsthand through example about volunteering and what it takes to make a community work.

    GREAT job to all!

    About Fredda Jones

    Fredda Davis Jones was raised “in the country” in Comanche County and learned very early that creativity and innovation are traits that can flourish even in small-town Texas and that with enough effort, indeed nothing is impossible, including being married to the same man for over 40 years! Rickey and Fredda have 2 children, 5 grandchildren, and a crazy life that includes sitting in the bleachers several times a week. The rest of her time is spent creating great content for texansunited.com and marketing small-town Texas.
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