An active volunteer at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church, Kinney County Frontier Christmas, BHS Athletic Booster Club and “Feed the Tigers”, Ms. Quiroz brings to the board a passion for cultivating strong family-school-community partnerships. Her term expires in 2018.
Mike Paxton is a Border Patrol agent who came to Brackettville in 1997. He married his wife DeeAnn, a Brackett native, in 2001. They have two children, Cole and Emma.
Mike is a graduate of Virginia Military Institute and has an M.A. in National Security Studies from Georgetown University. Mike has served in Border Patrol special operations for fifteen years and has participated in mission throughout the US, Mexico, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Kenya, Kosovo, and Afghanistan. He currently serves as an Operations Officer with the Del Rio Sector Firearms and Use of Force programs.
Jesse Terrazas Jr. was born and raised in Brackettville, Texas and graduated from Brackettville High School in 1994. He has been employed with Union Pacific Railroad for the last thirteen years as a Locomotive Engineer. Prior to the railroad, he lived in Austin, Texas, working in the cable industry for 5 years. Along with his wife, Bernice, they are raising three children, Karina, Calista, and Noah. He enjoys spending time with his family, golfing and volunteering with the Kinney County Little League. As a Brackettville ISD school board member, Mr. Terrazas would like to dedicate his services to carry on the great tradition of academic excellence in our schools.
Gracie Mata– moved to Brackettville with husband Ronaldo (Ronnie) Mata and their two daughters, Nicole and Cassandra in 1990 from Asherton/Carrizo Springs, Texas. Both daughters are graduates of Brackett High School and she currently has several grandchildren attending Brackett ISD. Gracie has been employed as Chief Deputy for the Kinney County T.A.C. for 10 years. Prior to that she worked for the Brackett Independent School District as the Abacus Clerk, High School Secretary, and then Payroll Clerk. She also worked for The Brackett News for 5 years.
As a School Board Trustee, Gracie Mata would like the best education possible for our students.