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Trustee not seeking re-election

STAFF REPORTS [email protected]

Taylor Independent School District’s board of trustees will have at least one new member next school year.

Anita Volek, who has held Place 2 on the school board since 2006, announced Tuesday, Jan. 23 that she will not be seeking re-election.

“It has been my pleasure and honor to serve the community in this capacity for the past 18 years,” Volek said. “I have worked with some incredible board members, district administrators and campus staff during my time on the board. We have accomplished a lot of amazing things, built some wonderful facilities, and added some great programs in the district.”


Volek said she will still be connected to staff and students in her role as executive director of the Taylor Educational Enrichment Foundation.

She added that when she was offered the position about two years ago, it was with the understanding that she would not run for re-election after she completed her current term.

“Taylor ISD is in great hands under the leadership of Dr. Jennifer Garcia-Edwardsen,” Volek said. “I cannot wait to watch the district improve and flourish in many areas.”

Taylor residents will vote for Volek’s replacement during the upcoming May election.


Taylor Press

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