86th Session Accomplishments

The Senate unanimously approved a two-year $248 billion budget for our state. This includes a $6.3 billion increase in funding for public schools, which covers an increase in teacher salaries and aid for school districts. $59 million was included to help expand outpatient community mental health capacity, and an additional $272 million to address CPS caseloads and expanding Community Based Care for foster children. There is also additional funding to help reduce wait times at our drivers license offices, maintain border security levels and provide an increase to transportation funding to help with mobility.

Read the bill in its entirety here.

FACEBOOK

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

Welcome back students, teachers and administrators! Wishing you a successful school year. ... See MoreSee Less

Welcome back students, teachers and administrators! Wishing you a successful school year.

Back-to-school is a great time to refresh ourselves on bus safety! Drivers, remember to STOP when you are driving near a school bus that is flashing yellow or red lights. For more school bus safety rules, see the attached graphic. ... See MoreSee Less

Back-to-school is a great time to refresh ourselves on bus safety! Drivers, remember to STOP when you are driving near a school bus that is flashing yellow or red lights. For more school bus safety rules, see the attached graphic.

Comment on Facebook

Thanks for this great reminder

Thank you!

Thank you.

Thank you!!.

Load more

TWITTER

Welcome back students, teachers & administrators! Wishing you a successful school year. #BacktoSchool #txed #txlege

Our district is still recovering from April's tornadoes. Alto ISD has been working nonstop to prepare for the first day of school. Thank you to the work crews, faculty & staff that are working so hard to make repairs for our students! #txlege #txed

RACE TO THE FINISH: Alto ISD gets ready for new school year after April storms

ALTO, Texas (KETK) – Three and a half months have gone by since that fateful day in April, where tornadoes ripped through the city and left devastat...

bit.ly

Load More...

Follow

SENATOR NICHOLS

nichols-logo-white

Political Ad. Paid for by Robert Nichols for Texas Senate.

CONTACT

Phone: (903) 586-1200
Fax: (903) 586-7877
Email: info@nicholsforsenate.com

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 2347
Jacksonville, Texas 75766

Physical Address:
214 East Commerce Street
Jacksonville, Texas 75766

MEET ROBERT NICHOLS

Texas Sen. Robert Nichols is a devoted husband and father who shares our conservative East Texas values. Sen. Nichols cares deeply about Texas and our country.