H.R. No. 147
         WHEREAS, Christopher Caldwell has rendered exceptional
  service to his community as a trustee of the Stafford Municipal
  School District; and
         WHEREAS, Appointed to the Stafford MSD board of trustees in
  2014, Mr. Caldwell became vice president the following year and was
  elected to his current position of president in 2018; during his
  tenure, he has guided the district through a period of significant
  growth, and he has demonstrated sound fiscal management in his
  oversight of a $62 million voter-approved bond package, which has
  enabled the construction of a new middle school and administration
  building and the renovation of an early childhood center, as well as
  other facility improvements; and
         WHEREAS, Mr. Caldwell has worked in the field of education
  for 24 years and is a business technology professor at Houston
  Community College; early in his career, he served as a teacher's
  assistant for the HCC Central Campus at Milby High School and as a
  financial aid officer and student recruiter at the HCC Northeast
  Campus; he was subsequently named director of student recruitment
  for the College of Biblical Studies, and he returned to HCC as a job
  placement officer and career counselor before accepting a position
  in the business technology department, which he went on to chair; a
  resident of Stafford for the past 17 years, he gives generously of
  his time and talents as a community volunteer and as a youth sports
  coach; and
         WHEREAS, Mr. Caldwell holds a business administration and
  economics degree from Rice University and a master's degree in
  business administration from the University of Phoenix, and he is
  currently pursuing a doctoral degree in educational administration
  at Texas Southern University; in all his endeavors, he enjoys the
  love and support of his two children, Ashle and Ethan; and
         WHEREAS, Public education is an endeavor in which all Texans
  have a stake, and through his devotion to the development of our
  young people, Christopher Caldwell is helping to ensure that the
  future of the Lone Star State rests in capable hands; now,
  therefore, be it
         RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives of the 87th Texas
  Legislature hereby commend Christopher Caldwell for his
  outstanding service at the helm of the Stafford Municipal School
  District board of trustees and extend to him sincere best wishes for
  the future; and, be it further
         RESOLVED, That an official copy of this resolution be
  prepared for Mr. Caldwell as an expression of high regard by the
  Texas House of Representatives.
  Speaker of the House     
         I certify that H.R. No. 147 was adopted by the House on March
  10, 2021, by a non-record vote.
  Chief Clerk of the House