In a 5-2 vote on March 24th, the RRISD school board voted to reinstate Dr. Hafedh Azaiez, who had been on administrative leave since January 6th pending results of a District-funded investigation into allegations of misconduct outside of work. With the Board-approved Superintendent back at work, Access RRISD has turned its attention to matters directly impacting students. In a call to action issued today, Access urged parents, students in grades 6 -12 (with parent permission), and community members to weigh in on health and sex-ed curriculum preferences as well as a curriculum being considered by the School Health Advisory Council (SHAC). Community feedback is being solicited by the SHAC in advance of making its recommendation to the Board of Trustees, who will have the final decision. Online surveys will be available until April 20th, and there is one remaining in-person opportunity for the public to preview the Texas Health Skills for Middle School curriculum on April 13th.