Canutillo ISD Trustee Elected Second Vice-President of TASB Board of Directors
Trustee Armando Rodriguez elected Second Vice-President by TASB Delegate Assembly
Posted on 10/19/2021
This is the image for the news article titled Trustee Armando Rodriguez elected Second Vice-President by TASB Delegate AssemblyThe Canutillo Independent School District (CISD) Board of Trustee Armando Rodriguez was elected by the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Delegate Assembly to serve as the Second Vice-President of the Board of Directors for the 2021-22 term and was reelected to represent TASB Region 19. TASB is the state’s largest public-education advocacy and support organization.

“I am excited and humbled to continue my work with TASB as the Second Vice President to further my efforts to advocate for the advancement of Canutillo and all Region 19 students throughout Texas,” Rodriguez said.

Rodriguez is serving his fifth term on the Canutillo ISD Board of Trustees, where his fellow trustees have elected him as president, vice-president, and secretary. He has the distinction of being one of the youngest people ever to be elected to office in El Paso County and the first El Pasoan to serve as a TASB officer since 1998. Which was historic for the El Paso region because he was the first trustee from Region 19 to serve as an officer on the TASB Board of Directors since David Sublasky of Fabens ISD in 1997-98. Before then, only two other El Paso area trustees have served as TASB officers – Ross Borrett, Ysleta ISD, 1975-76; and Ted Andress, El Paso ISD 1958-59.

A graduate of Canutillo High School and The University of Texas at El Paso, Rodriguez is one of the founding members of the Canutillo Alumni Foundation for Education — the only organization specifically designed to award scholarships to Canutillo graduates.

Rodriguez’s work on behalf of students extends beyond El Paso. He is involved with a variety of education and community boards in Texas and nationally. He currently serves on the boards of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials and the National Council of American Indian/Alaska Native School Board Members. He is a past chair of the National Hispanic Council of School Board Members, past secretary of the National School Board Action Center, past Board of Director of the National School Board Association, past president of the Mexican American School Boards Association, and past president of the Far West Texas School Boards Association.

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