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    About Us

    We are your neighbors—parents, teachers, homeowners, and small business owners—who are disappointed that our property tax bills continue to increase but the quality of our children's education is not keeping up.


    We believe that quality in the classroom should be our School District's top priority. We also believe that hard-working families and seniors on fixed incomes should not fear being taxed out of their homes.


    That's why we are are voting "No" on Dripping Springs $132 million bond, Proposition A, on Saturday, May 5, 2018.


    We encourage you to learn the truth about this Bond, and ask that you join us in demanding greater transparency, increased accountability, and more responsible stewardship of our tax dollars by our School Board.

  • CEEDS Leadership

    Lyndsey Stang, Treasurer
    Valerie Phillips McConahay, Executive Director
    Ashley Whittenberger, Grassroots Engagement Director


    Information on our Citizens Advisory Committee coming soon!