By Melissa Freeman
In a six-hour meeting closing in the early morning hours, the Hearne ISD Board of Trustees seated a new member, completely reorganized, and reflected its obvious divisions, despite calls for unity. During the course of the meeting, the District’s attorney, Darren Gibson, announced the Texas Education Agency inspectors would be coming the following day, Tuesday, May 24, to investigate charges of nepotism and other possibly illegal practices. The result, said Gibson, could be the loss of the District’s accreditation. “This is serious,” said Gibson.
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