For the past 20 years, Jason Bailey and Perdue Brandon Fielder Collins & Mott LLP have built a strong partnership that has greatly benefitted Channelview ISD schools.
Bailey serves as the district’s tax attorney, but helping to provide for the needs of students is something he takes seriously. The longtime support of Bailey and Perdue Brandon Fielder Collins & Mott has earned them the Stand Up for Texas Public Schools Award, sponsored by the Texas Association of School Boards. Bailey accepted the award on the firm’s behalf as part of a special recognition by the CISD Board of Trustees.
“We believe in giving back to the districts that we serve,” Bailey said. “Our partnership with Channelview ISD has grown over the years and it’s truly been a pleasure to help provide students and teachers the resources they need to be successful.”
Bailey and the law firm have supported a variety of programs and events in the district, including the B.H. Hamblen Scholarship Golf Tournament, in which they have been a sponsor for all 18 years of the event. In addition, the company has supported the annual Channelview FFA Livestock Show and Auction, along with the district Teacher of the Year awards ceremony. The company is a sustaining partner and Founding Donor to the Channelview ISD Education Foundation. Bailey also serves on the Board of Directors of the Foundation.
“Jason’s personal commitment to Channelview ISD is definitely above and beyond the scope of work performed for the district and we are appreciative of his support,” said Greg Ollis, Channelview ISD superintendent. “We are very fortunate to have Jason and Perdue Brandon’s willingness to serve our students and staff in capacities far beyond any expectations.”
As part of TASB’s Business Recognition Program, Perdue Brandon Fielder Collins & Mott LLP is listed on the statewide honor roll of the Stand Up for Public Schools award recipients at www.tasb.org.