In an effort to reach out to eligible voters across the city and provide them information on the HISD 2012 bond proposal, which is the last item on the ballot, the Houston Independent School District is hosting a bond information phone bank on Univision 45.
Dozens of experts on the HISD bond proposition will be on hand to take calls from viewers on Monday, October 29 from 7 to 10:30 p.m.
Tune in to Univision 45 for the HISD Bond phone bank and hear from principals and parents talk about the needs of their schools and current campus conditions.
Volunteers include HISD school improvement officers, principals and administrators. The purpose of this phone bank is to ensure that all Houston voters are well informed on the 2012 HISD bond proposal when they go to the polling sites.
There will be bilingual volunteers ready to take your calls in English or Spanish. For more information on the HISD Bond, call the phone bank on Monday, October 29 from 7 to 10:30 pm at 713 390-5956.
HISD’s $1.89 billion plan would rebuild or renovate 38 schools across the city and help improve conditions for students in all HISD schools, if approved by voters on November 6.
For more information on the HISD bond, visit www.houstonisd.org/2012bond.
WHAT: The Houston Independent School District is encouraging voters to head to the polls early and to cast their vote for every item on the ballot – from the first to the last.
Starting Friday, Oct. 26 HISD is hosting live and digital events designed to celebrate first time voters and to educate the community regarding the district’s bond referendum to modernize and rebuild schools throughout Houston.
WHEN & WHERE: Fri., Oct. 26 from noon – 1 p.m.
- Live Web Chat
HISD will have a web chat to discuss the plan to rebuild and modernize the city’s high schools, as well as provide safety and technology upgrades at campuses across the district. Questions may be sent in advance via e-mail to email@example.com.
Mon., Oct. 29 from 7 – 10:30 p.m.
- Univision Phone Bank – Linea Abierta 45
5100 Southwest Freeway
HISD will have a team of bond experts ready to answer calls from viewers on the bond proposal and the schools that would be affected. The team will have bilingual representatives able to answer questions in English and Spanish.
Tues., Oct. 30 from 4 – 6 p.m.
- Voter Forum at Neighborhood Centers Ripley House
4410 Navigation Boulevard
Motivate students from the nearby HISD schools to attend the event with their families, visit the early voting location and cast their votes for the first time.
Tues., Oct. 30 from 10 – 10:40 a.m.
- Twitter Town Hall
Participate in a live Twitter Town Hall session with Houston Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Terry Grier where he will answer questions and respond to comments and concerns regarding the HISD Bond Referendum. Follow us at @HoustonISD and #HISDbond
Wed., Oct. 31 from 4 – 5p.m.
- Zombie Walk and “Thriller” Vote Early Flash Mob
1475 West Gray
Capture HISD’s own zombies from HSPVA and Lamar High School as they encourage the living to vote early as they walk from the West Gray/Montrose intersection to the Metropolitan Multi-Services Center (1475 West Gray) where they will culminate their walk with a zombie “Thriller” flash mob at 4:30 p.m.