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ONLINE AT 2020 PUBLIC EDUCATION EDITION VOLUME 14, ISSUE 1  SEPT. 17OCT. 14, 2020 WHO THEY SERVE More than one-third of Georgetown ISD students are economically disadvantaged. Here is how the district compares to the state in a 2019-20 report. VOLUME XX, ISSUE XX  XXXXXXXXXX, 2020 GEORGETOWN EDITION

Georgetown ISD’s vulnerable kids see harsher impacts of COVID19 Local organizations help lift low-income students

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Georgetown ISD, along with part- ners such as the Boys & Girls Club, has worked to minimize the pandem- ic’s impact on education, particularly for children who are economically disadvantaged. While typically serving as the teen coordinator for the club, Mireles switched roles to run the COVID- 19 remote learning program after the district announced in July that it

Rebecca Mireles, a mother of three grown children, said she raised her kids with the help of the Boys & Girls Club of Georgetown. As a single working parent she said she understands the hardships that come with raising children while also working multiple jobs to keep food on the table and a roof over their heads—a hardship that has intensi- ed with the coronavirus pandemic.

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Boys & Girls Club of Georgetown sta member Alyssa Aleshire helps a student during the organization’s virtual learning camp. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)

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City looks at options to protect two historic Georgetown areas

BY SALLY GRACE HOLTGRIEVE

“It’s part of their history,” she said. “It’s a legacy, and my grandmother always told me, ‘Whenever you have a roof over your head, everything else comes good.’” For some TRG residents, keeping that roof has become a challenge. Unlike other historic areas of the city, the neighborhood does not have regulations in place to promote preservation. Builders may knock down original homes and are not restricted from replacing them with something signicantly larger. CONTINUED ON 28

Brenda Miller’s grandmother bought land in the Track, Ridge, Grasshopper neighborhood of George- town over 100 years ago. “Millers have been here forever,” she said. “My father was born on this land. My grandmother left it to me, and my goal is to give it to my granddaughter.” Miller said when she is gone, her dream is that the younger generations of her family will hold onto and care for the house, and continue to pass it on.

Enrique and Julia Marin live in the San Jose neighborhood, which is historic like Track, Ridge, Grasshopper.

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FROMDENISE: School is now in session! With many working parents juggling Zoom meetings of their own, they have added navigating virtual learning for school with their children to their to-do list. As a working parent myself I have found it to be quite a challenge for our entire family, but we are getting through it together. In this issue we take a closer look at each school within the district (see Page 11). You will nd more information such as a detailed spotlight on K-12 public schools including accountability ratings and noteworthy highlights. Denise Seiler, GENERALMANAGER

dseiler@communityimpact.com EDITOR Sally Grace Holtgrieve REPORTER Ali Linan GRAPHIC DESIGNER Chance Flowers ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Ann Miller METRO LEADERSHIP PUBLISHER Travis Baker MANAGING EDITOR Amy Denney ART PRODUCTIONMANAGER Haley Grace CORPORATE LEADERSHIP PUBLISHERS AND FOUNDERS John and Jennifer Garrett GROUP PUBLISHER Traci Rodriguez EXECUTIVE EDITOR Joe Warner CREATIVE DIRECTOR Derek Sullivan SALES DIRECTOR Tess Coverman WHOWE ARE John and Jennifer Garrett began Community Impact Newspaper in 2005 in Pugerville, TX. The company's mission is to build communities of informed citizens and thriving businesses through the collaboration of a passionate team. Today we operate across ve metropolitan areas, providing hyperlocal, nonpartisan news produced by our full-time journalists in each community we serve. BECOMEA#COMMUNITYPATRON

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FROMSALLY GRACE: When we ran the voter guide in the March issue, I never imagined those local elections would be postponed due to a global pandemic. But here we are, and on Nov. 3 we will be voting for national and state representatives along with Georgetown mayor, two city council member seats and two Georgetown ISD trustee places. The individuals who have led have not changed since the March guide, but we felt it was important to provide that list again with updated strategies from each candidate, specically pertaining to COVID-19. Thank you for choosing to participate in the future of the community. Thank you for voting, Georgetown. Sally Grace Holtgrieve, EDITOR

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4 Fuego Latino Gastropub is now open on the Square. The restaurant opened Aug. 8 and is located at 708 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown, replacing Greenhouse Craft Food, which permanently closed its Georgetown location May 4. The family-owned and -operated establish- ment features a mix of Latin dishes from El Salvador, Peru, Argentina, Costa Rica and Mexico as well as cocktails true to each Latin country, such as pisco from Peru and caipirina from Brazil, Latin wine and local draft beer. The business relo- cated from Round Rock. 737-202-4270. www.fuegolatinogastropub.com 5 Become Anchored , a mental health professionals office, held its grand opening Aug. 8. The office is located at 402 W. University Ave., Georgetown, and offers support in health and wellness for the body and mind. It hosts licensed professional counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists, licensed clinical social workers and licensed massage therapists. 224-543-6292. www.becomeanchored.com 6 Retailer Harbor Freight Tools opened its Georgetown location Aug. 29. The discount tools and equipment store sells items for projects in plumbing, electrical, automotive, painting, home, lawn and garden, and more. It is located at 900 N. Austin Ave., Georgetown, near Chipotle and NextCare Urgent Care. 737-980-9090. www.harborfreight.com 7 Rivery Coffeehouse & Desserts replaced Woops Bakeshop in the Sum- mit at Rivery Park on July 10. The new coffeehouse offers European desserts and pastries as well as breakfast and lunch sandwiches and flatbreads. It also sells beer and wine. Woops Bakeshop was known for its French macarons and pastries as well as coffee, gelato, cookies and sand- wiches. Rivery Coffeehouse is located at 1500 Rivery Blvd., Ste. 2155, Georgetown. 512-887-1797. www.facebook.com/riverycoffeehouse COMING SOON 8 Wish Well House is a wedding and

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NOWOPEN 1 Crumbl Cookies opened a Georgetown location in the Wolf Ranch Town Center in early September. The bakeshop offers a ro- tating menu of specialty cookies with more than 120 flavors changing weekly, including chilled raspberry lemonade, cotton candy and caramel popcorn. Crumbl Cookies is located at 1013 W. University Ave., George- town. This is the fourth location in the Austin area. www.crumblcookies.com

2 KB Home announced July 29 the grand opening of Valley View, a new single-family home community in Georgetown. The 90 single-family homes across 19 acres at Valley View include gourmet kitchens overlooking expansive rooms, master suites with walk-in closets and spacious home offices, a release said. The community’s one- and two-story floor plans feature up to five bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths and range in size from approximately 1,300-

2,800 square feet. Pricing begins from the $220,000s. www.kbhome.com 3 Pathways Group Counseling Center expanded its practice into Georgetown in the spring. The other two offices are in Temple and have served the sur- rounding communities for eight years. “We serve clients 4 years old and above and have therapists that specialize in anxiety, depression, play therapy, couples counseling, grief, addiction, geriatric/retirement issues and trauma,”

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three separate offices merged to form Aus- tin Gastroenterology in 2000, beginning with locations in Round Rock, East Austin and South Austin. The group has 34 gas- troenterologists and 29 advanced practice providers serving at 16 clinic locations, two infusion centers and three endoscopy centers across the Austin area. 512-244-2273. www.austingastro.com 10 The San Antonio-based fast-food chain Whataburger celebrated 70 years of business Aug. 8, according to a release. Founder Harmon Dobson opened the first Whataburger location in Corpus Christi in 1950, and the restaurant chain has since grown to more than 830 locations in 10 states. Nine more new Whataburger loca- tions are planned by year’s end, and 35 new restaurants are proposed for 2021, accord- ing to the release, including the restaurant chain’s first ventures into Kansas, Missouri and Tennessee. Georgetown has two

event venue slated to open in 2021 at 511 S. Main St., Georgetown. According to its website, the venue will bring modern design to a historic urban building. The interior includes high ceilings with exposed beams; large windows that fill the space with natural light; private preparation rooms upstairs; an expansive, lush out- door courtyard; and “the most stunning restrooms you may ever see,” the website

Whataburger locations at A 202 S. I-35, Georgetown, and B 3706 D. B. Wood Road, Georgetown. www.whataburger.com IN THE NEWS 11 Faith in Action , a Georgetown non- profit that primarily offers seniors transpor- tation services to medical appointments and errands, is also stepping up to help meet the anticipated demand of mail-in voting for its current clients. In an effort to help with those still leery of crowded spaces during the coronavirus pandemic, Faith in Action is offering mail-in appli- cation assistance, ballot assistance, and transportation to polls and drop-off ballot delivery locations. Faith in Action is located at 2995 Dawn Drive, Ste. 106, Georgetown. 512-868-9544. www.faithinactiongt.org 12 The Georgetown Area Junior Forum ,

assisted by some additional volunteers from Willie’s Grill & Icehouse, handed out school supplies Aug. 11 to students in the Georgetown area at the Boys & Girls Clubs. The annual event, called Fill the Bus, is one of the GAJF’s biggest projects for the year for the George- town-area community, spokesperson Patricia Bernstein said. School supplies were given out to about 600 families. www.gajf.org Georgetown ISD Education Foundation awarded more than $38,000 through 11 collaborative grants to teachers for the 2020-21 school year, according to an Aug. 17 news release. The purpose of this program is to fund innovative and creative educational projects that align with the district’s mission and vision and impact student learning, it said. 512-943-1886. www.gisdedfound.org

also said. 512-591-1955. www.wishwellhouse.com ANNIVERSARIES

9 Austin Gastroenterology , which oper- ates a location at 3201 S. Austin Ave., Ste. 350, Georgetown, celebrated its 20th year of business in August. The physician group specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of digestive and liver diseases. According to the group, physicians from

Health & Safety The COVID-19 pandemic may have altered many of our usual routines but one thing has remained unchanged: our commitment to providing the highest standard in pediatric dental and orthodontic care for our community. Our practice has always had an intense focus on infection control, but we are taking extra steps to protect our patients and their families : Universal facemask precautions for all patients & families Increased sanitation of all high-traffic and contact areas All patients, parents, employees and doctors have temperature and COVID-19 screenings All medical gas tubing is single-use and disposable Class B hospital-grade sterilization of dental instruments Increased number of isolated treatment rooms Whole-room decontamination on a regular basis Upgrades to our HVAC system to filter and decontaminate the air COMMITTED TO YOUR FAMILY’S

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The city of Georgetown had its public hearings and first reading of the fiscal year 2020-21 tax rate and budget Sept 8. City Council is expected to pass the budget Sept. 22.

Georgetown FY 2020-21 budget

CITY BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS

• The proposed budget would decrease the property tax rate by $0.002 . The average homestead property has decreased in taxable value by 2.38% , down from $284,765 last fiscal year to $278,001 for this one. Coupled with the decrease in the property tax rate, it is anticipated the average homeowner will pay $34 less in property tax in the upcoming year. • 15.5 new positions will be added , including staff for Fire Station No. 7 and two police officers. • 4 positions will stay frozen for at least part of the year. • $1 million in cuts to department budgets will include less funding for training, travel and supplies.

The overall focus of the FY 2020-21 budget is to preserve and maintain city services in response to both continued growth and uncertainty from the coronavirus pandemic, city officials said. TOTAL BUDGET

TOTAL TAX RATE $0.418

$4,452,051 $4,368,436 $3,976,296

Facilities maintenance fund

Stormwater services

Airport management services

TOTAL TAX RATE OVER TIME

$7,406,948 $9,510,710

Fleet services

General capital projects Special revenue funds General debt service Information technology Joint services Self insurance

$9,987,926

$18,044,968

$0.424

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$22,647,676

$28,463,944 $28,302,292

$0.42

FY 2017-18:

$80,033,800

General fund Water services

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$84,842,577

$0.42

FY 2018-19:

$93,921,948

Electrical services

$0.42

FY 2019-20:

15.6% % change since 2016-17: % population growth 2015-19 estimate: 42%

TOTAL BUDGET OVER TIME

$326M $337M $354M $437M $369M

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$500M $0 $300M $200M $400M

$0.418

FY 2020-21:

WHO SETS THE COUNTY BUDGET? The Williamson County Commissioners Court, made up of five elected officials, is the governing body that manages the county’s finances. Commissioners serve four-year terms in staggering elections. HOW IS THE COUNTY FUNDED? Counties in Texas are primarily funded through property taxes. Growth is beneficial to a county because it means more dollars; however, that is balanced with the need to care for more people. Other revenue streams for the county include the issuing of licenses and permits and charges for services. WHY ARE MY PROPERTY TAXES GOING UP IF THE TAX RATE IS GOING DOWN OR STAYS THE SAME? Owed property taxes are appraised based on the real estate market. While the rate may be set lower, if the value of a property increases more than the decrease in the rate, taxes will go up. WHAT IS SENATE BILL 2? Passed in June 2019 by the Texas Legislature, SB2 states taxing entities cannot collect more than 3.5% in revenue over the prior year. This is managed through the adopted tax rates. Williamson County Tax Assessor-Collector Larry Gaddes said the county has only adopted a tax rate where it received more than 3.5% in revenue over the prior year once in six years. SOURCES: CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES, WILLIAMSON COUNTY/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Williamson County FY 2020-21 budget

Williamson County adopted its 2020-21 fiscal year budget Aug. 25. The fiscal year starts Oct. 1.

The county budget is broken down into three buckets–the general fund, the road and bridge funds, and the debt service fund. TOTAL BUDGET

TOTAL TAX RATE $0.458719 TOTAL TAX RATE OVER TIME $0.476529 FY 2016-17: FY 2017-18: $0.466529 FY 2018-19: $0.459029 FY 2019-20: $0.458719 FY 2020-21: $0.458719

Road and bridge fund: $44,862,760.64 The R&B fund provides funding for the county’s unified road system. Debt service fund: $126,845,950 The debt service fund has a separate tax rate to fund county expenditures.

General fund: $222,981,680 The general fund pays for most of the county’s offices, including elected officials, department heads and appointed officials.

Total $394,690,355

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G E O R G E T OW N I S D S N A P S H O T DISTRICT DATA

201920 ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS 42.5%

COMPILED BY ALI LINAN

Georgetown ISD continues to grow, adding more than 1,000 students in the past ve years. The district also projects to reach 15,037 students by 2025-26, district ocials said. SOURCES: GEORGETOWN ISD, TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

60.24%

STATE AVERAGE

*Estimated STUDENT ENROLLMENT

201920 TEACHER STATS

201920 ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS 13.96%

TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHERS 944

TURNOVER RATE 15%

STARTING TEACHER SALARY $53,028

20.26%

201920SUPERINTENDENT ANNUAL SALARY NEIGHBORING DISTRICT COMPARISON $242,500

STATE AVERAGE

SCHOOL DISTRICT STATS TOTAL NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 1,749.47 FUNDING PER STUDENT $6,160

2018-19

2016-17

2017-18

2019-20

2020-21*

ROUND ROCK ISD $301,190

LEANDER ISD $256,504

JARRELL ISD $175,151

FROM 201617 +9.34%

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TOGETHER WE ARE GISD Georgetown ISD remains committed to engaging and empowering its students to lead, grow and serve. As students return for in-person learning and others continue to engage through remote learning, here’s what you can expect: Robust learning will continue for all students. Our teachers are prepared to serve on-campus and remote learners with synchronous and asynchronous learning experiences, as well as new schedules that will provide students with teacher office hours and accessibility. Increased safety protocols on campuses. This includes signage reminding everyone to wear a mask, floor markers to encourage physical distancing, plexiglass barriers in common areas as an added layer of protection, and more. Regular and transparent communication. We are committed to connecting and informing GISD families through this time. That includes working together to keep schools safe by self-screening your student for symptoms before sending them to campus for class or extra-curricular activities. Learn more about us at www.georgetownisd.org

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Public Education Edition 2020

Georgetown ISD sets tax rate $0.0319 lower than previous year GEORGETOWN ISD Trustees voted to adopt a lower tax rate in the 2020-21 tax year on Aug. 17. BY ALI LINAN $100 in valuation for three years in a row. The board unanimously adopted the scal year 2020-21 budget June 15. For revenue, the district anticipates bringing in a total of $174.56 million, $130.14 million for the general fund, $5.44 million for the food service fund and $38.98 million for the debt service fund. The budget has an anticipated $167.98 million in expenditures.

to provide more money for school districts by reducing the amount of recapture wealthy districts paid to the state in lieu of property tax cuts for taxpayers, according to the Texas Education Agency website. However, a lower tax rate does not guarantee lower taxes as property values may increase based on the market. Recapture—also known as the Robin Hood tax—is the collection of school funding fromwealthier districts that is then redistributed to poorer school districts in the state. While the tax rate compression enforced by the new legislation reduces the amount of revenue the district can collect, the reduction in recapture payments, also as part of the law, means the school district is able to keep more of its dollars locally. Sanchez added that this is the rst year school districts are subject to the maximum compressed rate set by the TEA. Prior to the passing of HB3, GISD maintained a tax rate of $1.409 per

The board voted unanimously to adopt a tax rate of $1.3071 per $100 in valuation. The rate will be down $0.0319 from 2019-20, when it was $1.339 per $100 of taxable value. The new rate is composed of $0.9781 for general operations and $0.329 for debt service. The maintenance and operations tax rate has been lowered $0.0319 from $1.01 last scal year, and the debt service rate remains the same as last year to help the district pay down debt, GISD Chief Financial Ocer Pam Sanchez said. “We adopt the budget in June to start the scal year, and then we have to wait by late July for the certied values to be released before we can set our tax rate,” Sanchez said. The reduction is a result of House Bill 3, the school nance reform legis- lation Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law in June 2019. The legislation sought

including local, state and federal funding. That is broken down into

TAXRATES

Here is a look at Georgetown ISD’s adopted total tax rates over the past ve years per $100 in taxable value.

OVERTIME

$1.409

$1.409

$1.409

$1.339

$1.3071

$1.80 $1.50 $1.20 $0.90 $0.60 $0.30

House Bill 3 passes: A school nance reform bill that looked to reduce the cost burden on tax payers.

$0.0

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

SOURCE: GEORGETOWN ISDCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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A N I N S I D E LO O K AT G EO R G E TOWN I S D DATA A N D D E MO G R A P H I C S B Y C AMP U S CAMPUS DEEP DIVE COMPILED BY ALI LINAN Georgetown ISD served more than 12,000 students in the 2019-20 school year. Here is how that broke down demographically.

ACCOUNTABILITYRATINGS All Texas school districts and campuses will receive a Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster label for their 2020 accountability ratings, according to the Texas Education Agency. Texas students take the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness each year to measure standards in reading, writing, math, science and social studies and are traditionally given letter grades ranging from A-F based on performance. Although the coronavirus pandemic is ongoing, the state has said all students will be required to take the STAAR exam in 2021, as of press time. The ratings are based on several categories, including Student Achievement, School Progress and Closing the Gaps, all of which compare student performance. FOR 2020 AND BEYOND

2019 RATING

B GEORGETOWN ISD OVERALL RATING Exemplary performance Recognized performance Acceptable performance In need of

SOURCE: GEORGETOWN ISDCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

DEMOGRAPHICS

improvement Unacceptable performance

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 201920 DATA 1 Carver Elementary 2 Cooper Elementary 3 Ford Elementary 4 Frost Elementary 5 McCoy Elementary 6 Mitchell Elementary 7 Pickett Elementary** 8 Purl Elementary 9 Village Elementary

Feeder schools

939 37.59% <10 68 82 424 N/A <60 309 Wagner

2 0 1 8  1 9 S T U D E N T  T E A C H E R DEMOGRAPHIC BREAKDOWN

591 64.13% <10 <10 29 322 N/A 22 215 562 11.03% <10 <10 <10 102 N/A 30 415 371 70.35% N/A <10 46 145 N/A <30 153

Forbes Benold Benold

576 17.01% <10 19 <20 122 N/A 22 396 Forbes 771 59.53% <10 <10 <10 466 <10 25 264 Wagner

DISTRICTWIDE STATE AVERAGE

370 41.62% <10 <10 26 137 <10 17 181

N/A

724 71.55% <10 <10 43 509 <10 19 145 Tippit/Wagner

STUDENTS

TEACHERS

529 43.1% <10 <10 <10 237 <10 19 253

Benold

10 Williams Elementary* 11 Wolf Ranch Elementary* *Opened fall 2020 **Closed spring 2020

N/A N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Wagner

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Tippit

4.57%

12.6%

0.79%

10.6%

AFRICAN AMERICAN

DEMOGRAPHICS

0.33%

0.4%

0.12%

0.3%

AMERICAN INDIAN

MIDDLE SCHOOLS 201920 DATA 12 Benold Middle 13 Forbes Middle 14 Tippit Middle 15 Wagner Middle

Feeder schools

ASIANPACIFIC ISLANDER

1.87%

4.7%

0.69%

1.9%

791 28.45% <10 <10 35 206 <10 37 500 Georgetown

652 35.74% <10 <10 34 261

<10 16 331 Georgetown

551 57.17% <10 N/A 23 333 <10 22 165 East View 853 46.66% <10 <10 33 463 <10 32 312 East View

43.54%

52.6%

14.16%

27.7%

HISPANIC

DEMOGRAPHICS

HIGH SCHOOLS 201920 DATA 16 East View High 17 Georgetown High

3.97%

2.4%

1.05%

1.1%

MULTIPLE RACES

45.72%

27.4%

83.19%

58.4%

1,761 43.95% <10 37 91 917 <10 75 633

92.57%

WHITE

1,989 25.19% <10 25 74 586 <10 65 1,232 98.31%

18 Richarte High

83 48.19% N/A N/A <10 40 N/A <10 33

100%

SOURCE: TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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