Shot Clinics Canceled

Dear Parents,

We regret to inform you that Healthy Schools, our flu shot provider, notified the District this week that they have discontinued the program. Birdville ISD, therefore, will not be able to offer the free flu vaccine clinics this fall.

Healthy Schools told the District that low turnout across the country in previous years, combined with lower than expected parental consents for this year’s upcoming flu vaccine clinics and the growing cost of running these clinics, has made the program unsustainable. Consequently, it has become impossible for Healthy Schools to continue the program in Texas this year and in the future.

It is recommended that parents reach out to their local health department or child’s pediatrician to inquire about an alternative cost-free flu vaccine or visit the CDC flu shot finder website to locate local flu vaccine providers.

Michelle Provence
Director of Health Services
Birdville ISD

BISD’s Board Names 2018 Bond Oversight Committee

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During the 2018 Bond campaign, the Board expressed its intent to implement additional procedures to ensure that all Bond dollars are spent on the 2018 Bond projects identified in the election. 

The Committee is comprised of community members who will be advisory in nature and will meet at least quarterly. Their primary duties will be to review the progress of the construction and the expenditures associated with each project. The Committee’s quarterly reports to the Board will be posted online. 

“The Board appreciates these community volunteers who desire to partner with the District to ensure the 2018 bond funds are spent as promised and in a manner that is wise and efficient,” Board President Ralph Kunkel stated. 

Committee members are:  

  • Alison Ames 
  • Michael Gist 
  • Travis Malone 
  • Kathryn Rotter 
  • Tommy Stamps 
  • Kristen Wheeler 
  • Chris Zimmer 

Questions for the Bond Oversight Committee may be emailed to