Business Recognition Program

Texas public schools have benefited tremendously from the generous support of businesses and organizations in their community. Whether they choose to champion the marching band, a vocational class, a whole school, or the entire district, local businesses and community groups are vitally important to the success of public schoolchildren in our state. Express your appreciation by recognizing entities in your community that contribute valuable support to your district.

Submit business, organization information online

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District representatives complete the online Business Recognition Form
identifying entities that provide support to the district or school. Submit as many names as you’d like throughout the school year. Recognitions for the 2016-17 school year should be submitted by June 30, 2017.

Receive presentation packet by mail

TASB will send the following presentation materials to the superintendent for each business name submitted:

  • Red standup4txpublicschools.org wristband
  • Stand Up for Texas Public Schools lapel pin
  • Recognition folder containing the following:
    • Congratulatory letter from TASB Executive Director Jim Crow
    • Stand Up for Texas Public Schools accordion calendar (2.75x3.5 inches)
    • Stand Up for Texas Public Schools business/vehicle static decal (6x4 inches)
    • Stand Up for Texas Public Schools sticky notepad (4x3 inches)
    • Personalized recognition certificate suitable for framing and hanging (11x8.5 inches)                       
    • “We proudly support Texas public schools!” counter/desktop standalone sign (5x11x2 inches)
    • Other TASB Resources list with more information on how to support Texas public schools

Districts can show their appreciation by making a formal presentation of the packet to the business at a board meeting, the business location, or an annual recognition event. Share presentation photos by e-mailing them to StandupRecognition@tasb.org.

See honoree name online, in print

The names of recognized entities will be posted on the TASB Website and in printed materials for their support of Texas public schools. We want to show our appreciation for the many businesses and community organizations that provide needed assistance to districts and schoolchildren across the state.