Tell me and I FORGET.  Teach me and I REMEMBER.  Involve me and I LEARN.   ~ Benjamin Franklin

Superintendent's Message

We are Brackett ISD in Brackettville, Texas.  Our school district and community is filled with wonderful people committed to excellence in education for our students benefit.  Our faculty and staff are on second to none.  The team of our Board of Trustees, our employees, our families, and our community make Brackett ISD a fantastic place for children and education. 
Our school district is nothing short of outstanding mainly due to our employees and community that are committed to our students.  We join forces to provide children with a world class education in order for them to reach their highest potential. 
Our students and employees are the heart and soul of our district.  I am proud to be a part of our wonderful school district and our community.  Welcome to Brackett ISD! Go Tigers!!
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I would like to take this opportunity once again to thank our wonderful district and community. Once again, you have made a possibly dangerous situation into an uneventful one. Thank you for staying vigilant and helping us keep everyone safe. All of you have done a fantastic job; knowing that dedicated individuals such as the BISD Faculty and Staff makes my job a lot easier and such a great pleasure.

For Thursday, January 18, 2018, BISD will have classes as normal. There is no precipitation indicated in the forecast and it will be a bit warmer but still very cold. As always, you know your circumstance better than anyone, please be safe.

Once again, I greatly appreciate all that you do for our students and families.


Guillermo Mancha, Jr., Ed. D.
Brackett ISD Superintendent of Schools

CHILD FIND NOTICE TO PARENTS (Click Here For Information)

The Cluster V Special Education Cooperative, through the Department of Special Education, provides comprehensive special education services to eligible students with disabilities in accordance with current federal and state polices and the guidelines regarding the education of the disabled.

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