- Written by Kellie Bucy
- Published Jun. 23, 2016
Tuesday, June 24 employees of Johnson City ISD rode a bus over to the Blanco County Courthouse to thank Justice of the Peace, Randy Brodbeck, for 22 years of service on the school board. Brodbeck has seen and enabled many changes for Johnson City schools. In the years since being sworn in on May 15, 1995 there has been construction on new classrooms, the high school, middle school, football stadium, central offices, and renovations to the softball stadium. He has supported Johnson City teachers through salary and budget increases and saw the district become a “Robin Hood” district under Chapter 41.
Brodbeck has only missed one meeting since heing elected into the school board. At the regular school board meeting on Monday, June 13, he was presented with a clock in recognition of his service. In reference to all Brodbeck has given to the school district Lynn Webb noted “it’s not the things that are important but the impact those actions leave on the students and the community that are testament to his service and commitment.” Mr. Brodbeck no longer serves on the school board but has left a lasting impact on the school district.