Harvin Moore For HISD

Harvin Moore serves Houston as Trustee of the Houston Independent School District, having been chosen by the voters of Houston in a landslide 2003 election, and reelected in 2005 and 2009, serving as Board President in 2008. He represents District VII, which includes River Oaks, the Galleria, Briargrove, Tanglewood, Briarmeadows and parts of Memorial, as well as Oak Forest, Lazybrook and Timbergrove, among others. Harvin is a long time educational policy leader who is committed to reforming Texas' largest school district, and he brings experience and fresh ideas to the Board. Head of finance and operations for a Houston aerospace company, Harvin provides a crucial business and finance perspective to HISD, and his persistence and energy have been invaluable for HISD.

Latest News

Moore Re-elected to Fourth Term on Houston School Board

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013 @ 1:35AM

Harvin Moore, who in two months will become the longest-serving member of the HISD Board of Education, won re-election Tuesday to his fourth term as Trustee. The voters of Houston first elected Moore in 2003 on a pledge to “get reform back on track.”  He was re-elected in 2005 and…

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Thursday, October 24th, 2013

Kids Interview Harvin Moore About Running for and Holding Office as Schools Trustee

I enjoyed being interviewed recently by “Big Kids, Small City“, a well-done blog resource for kids and families with kids...

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Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

Interview with Harvin Moore

Harvin sat down recently with Charles Kuffner, the noted Houston political blogger and columnist for the Houston Chronicle, concerning the...

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Friday, September 27th, 2013

Houston Wins Broad Prize in Education – for the second time

Houston was this week awarded the coveted Broad Prize in Education, which annually recognizes the most improved major urban school...

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