Cy-Fair School Board Elections

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If we’ve seen anything through three schools years disrupted by COVID-19, it’s the importance of electing pro-public education, community-driven allies to our local school boards.

Many school districts have stepped in to protect students and staff, when state leaders have been pursuing their own political games. Other districts have not. And it all comes down to who we’re electing at the local level.

Keeping Our Schools Safe

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD has upcoming school board elections. For the safety of our schools and all those in them, we need to elect leaders who will follow science, not politics.

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Step 1: Vaccinated or not, wear your mask indoors to protect our students and those who can’t get vaccinated.

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Step 2: If you’re eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine, get it. Vaccines are the No. 1 way to protect our communities.

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Step 3: Vote for pro-public education school board candidates who will listen to educators and put safety first.

Election Information

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD has crucial school board elections this fall. You can find all the information you need to cast your ballot on the Harris County elections website.

Election Day: Nov. 2, 2021

Early voting: Oct. 18 – Oct. 29

We need to elect leaders who will put the health and well-being of students, educators, and employees first. It’s the only way to make this a successful back-to-school season for all.

Endorsed Cy-Fair ISD Candidates

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Cy-Fair ISD Board of Trustees Position 5

Dr. John Ogletree

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Cy-Fair ISD Board of Trustees Position 6

Ryan Irving

Learn More & Get Involved

Questions about these school board elections? Want to help us elect candidates who will protect the health of schools and communities? Fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch.

Our union’s endorsements and election efforts are funded by our political action fund. Member dues are never used for political activity. If you’re a member and want to help make sure we elect pro-public education candidates to school boards and to the state Legislature, please consider making a voluntary contribution to our political fund.

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