Available SAISD RSS Feeds
What is an RSS Feed?
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication". An RSS feed is a web format used to publish frequently updated content such as news headlines or podcasts. RSS makes it possible for people to keep up with their favorite web sites in an automated manner that's easier than checking them manually.
San Angelo ISD's RSS feeds allow our visitors to keep track of information from around the district. By subscribing to our RSS feeds you will have access to the most current content from our website as soon as it is published. Our available feeds include news headlines, highlights from around the district, job postings, upcoming events, and cafeteria menus.
How Do I use these RSS Feeds?
There are several methods for subscribing to our RSS feeds. These include:
- Using a program known as a news aggregator or RSS Reader
- Adding "live" bookmarks or favorites in your browser
- Adding RSS feeds to a personalized home page such as Google, Yahoo, or Windows Live
A news aggregator, or RSS Reader, is a software application or web based service that collects and displays syndicated content from various sources. Popular RSS readers include NetNewsWire and NewsGator. To find other RSS readers, use a search engine such as Google or Yahoo and search for 'RSS Reader'. To add one of our feeds to your RSS reader of choice, follow the instructions for your particular feed reader. The feed address can be obtained by clicking on the RSS icon for the desired feed above and copying the url, or web address, from your browser's address bar.
You may also subscribe to our feeds using most modern browsers such as Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer 7. Instructions vary for differenet Web browsers. For detailed instructions, please refer to the help documentation for your particular browser.
- In Safari on a Mac computer, simply click on an "RSS" or "XML" logo or link, then choose "Add to bookmarks" in the right-hand column in the browser window.
- Firefox uses a feature called "Live Bookmarks". To subscribe, click a feed icon and click the "Subscribe Now" button at the top of the page.
- In Internet Explorer 7, click a feed icon and select "Subscribe to this feed" near the top of the page.
You may also add our RSS feeds to a personalized home page such as iGoogle, My Yahoo!, or Windows Live. These services all require you to set up a free account before you can create a personalized home page. If you already have an account, follow the directions provided by the particular website to add the feed or simply click the appropriate button next to the feed of your choice above.