Board of Education

Kaufman ISD School Board


School Board Members

Byron Gregg, President, term expires 2022
John Zaby, Vice President, term expires 2020
Britt Murrey, Secretary, term expires 2020
Chip Langston, Member, term expires 2021
Linda Mott, Member, term expires 2021
Christine Borders, Member, term expires 2022
Elizabeth O'Donnell, Member, term expires 2022

KISD Board Quicklinks

2018 - 2019 Meetings

August 29, 2019 - Special Board Meeting - 12:00 p.m.

2019-2020 Meetings

September 2019 - Canceled
October 14, 2019
November 11, 2019
December 9, 2019
January 13, 2020
February 11, 2020
March 9, 2020
March 26, 2020 - Special Board Meeting at 6:00 p.m.
April 13, 2020 (via Zoom)
May 11, 2020 ( FAC: 3205 S. Houston Street)
June 8, 2020 
August 10, 2020


School Board Election Dates

The board of trustees is elected by the citizens of the district to represent the community's commitment to a strong educational program for the district's children. Trustees are elected annually and serve three-year terms. Trustees serve without compensation. The trustees must be registered voters and must reside within the district.
Policy, Agenda & Meetings:
KISD Board Policy Manual available via Policy Online. Meeting agendas and minutes are available via BoardBook. The board meets the second Monday of each month, with closed session, if necessary, starting at 5:00 pm and the open session starting at 6:00 pm. Board meetings are held at the Kathy Covington Administration Building, Kaufman ISD, 1000 South Houston Street, Kaufman, Texas. In the event that large attendance is anticipated, the board may meet at another district facility. Special meetings may be called when necessary. A written notice of regular and special meetings will be posted at the Kathy Covington Administration Building at least 72 hours before the scheduled meeting time. The written notice will show the date, time, place, and subjects of each meeting. In emergencies, a meeting may be held with a two-hour notice.
All meetings are open to the public. In certain circumstances, Texas law permits the board to go into a closed session from which the public and others are excluded. Closed session may occur for such things as discussing prospective gifts and donations, real-property acquisition, certain personnel matters including employee complaints, security matters, student discipline, or consulting with attorneys regarding pending litigation.