Board of Directors

School Board meetings are held monthly at the East Austin College Prep's elementary campus at Southwest Key in the boardroom of 6002 Jain Lane, Austin, Texas 78721 unless otherwise noted. Meetings are open to the public and all are welcome to attend.Jain

School Board


East Austin College Prep's School Board is made up of high qualified and talented community leaders closely connected to the needs of local residents. In addition to their strong leadership, these individuals serve as exemplary role models for our youth.

Alexia Rodriguez, Board Chair
Ruth Hsu, Board Member
Dr. Juan Sanchez, Board Member
Marcelo Tafoya, Board Member

Superintendent, Yearly salary: $143,786
Mr. Jaime R. Huerta


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Public Comment Guidelines
Members of the community are invited to address the East Austin College Prep board during the public comment period at regularly scheduled board meetings. The board follows these guidelines which set a reasonable limit on the number, frequency and length of presentations during the public comment period.


1. Speakers are assigned in order on a first-come, first-served basis. If you would like to make a public comment during an East Austin College Prep board meeting, please sign in to do so at least one hour before the start of the meeting. Sign-in sheets will be available at the front desk of each campus (6002 Jain Lane and 5800 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.) beginning 72 hours prior to the start of the meeting.

2. When signing up to speak, each person must provide the following information: name, address, telephone number, the subject to be addressed and, if applicable, the group or organization the person represents. An individual may not sign up for another person or exchange or yield time to persons who have not signed up to speak.

3. Each speaker limited to 2 minutes.

4. 20 minutes will be allocated at the beginning of each meeting for public comment. Additional time may be allocated at the end of the meeting at the discretion of the board chair.

5. Any discussion regarding a subject that has not been included on the notice for the meeting must be limited to a proposal to place the subject on the agenda for a future meeting.


Public Complaints

East Austin College Prep (EAPrep) strives to provide superior service to all students, parents, and employees as well as the general public. However, EAPrep recognizes that at times someone may find it necessary to lodge a complaint with EAPrep and has created the following complaint procedure for members of the general public. Please note that students, their parents and employees should review their respective guidebooks to determine how to file complaints with EAPrep.

Step 1 – Raise Concern or Complaint with Principal. If you have a complaint about EAPrep, you should discuss the complaint with EAPrep’s Principal as soon as possible. The longer you wait to make a complaint, the harder it will be for EAPrep to investigate or otherwise address your complaint. The Principal will take the steps he or she finds necessary to timely and adequately address your complaint.

Step 2 – File Formal, Written Complaint with Superintendent. If your complaint is not resolved by the Principal, you may file a formal, written complaint with EAPrep’s Superintendent. The complaint must be filed within ten school days of your most recent contact with EAPrep’s Principal about the issue. Written complaints must be specific and, if possible, suggest a resolution. EAPrep’s Superintendent will attempt to respond, in writing, within 15 school days of receipt of a written complaint.

Step 3 – File Formal, Written Complaint with EAPrep’s Board Chair. If your complaint is not resolved by the Superintendent, you may file a written complaint to the Chair of EAPrep’s board of trustees. The complaint must be filed within ten school days of the Superintendent’s decision or within 30 days of the date you filed the complaint with the Superintendent, whichever is earlier.

The Chair of EAPrep’s board of trustees will provide a copy of the complaint record to all members of the board as well as the Superintendent at the next regular meeting of the board of trustees. Any action of the board of trustees regarding the complaint shall be taken in compliance with the Open Meetings Act. The failure of the board of trustees to act on a complaint has the effect of upholding the Superintendent’s decision.

19 TEX. ADMIN CODE § 100.1033(c)(6)(C).