Information for Parents and Students
In San Angelo ISD, we believe that students should be the primary focus of all decisions. The mission of San Angelo Independent School District is to provide each student with a meaningful, challenging education, delivered in a safe learning environment that prepares him or her to graduate from high school as a lifelong learner who is a capable, productive, and contributing citizen. We want to provide student achievement at the highest levels.
We are excited to partner with our parents as we work together to make a difference in the lives of our children. Whether your child is brand new to the district, attending elementary, middle, or high school, we feel that it is important for you to be involved in your student’s education. We believe that a strong and communicative relationship between parents, students, and school personnel is vital for student success and achievement possibilities. Many studies have shown a strong correlation between parent involvement and a child’s success in school. Parents are our most important partner and we welcome you to attend your child’s school. See the resources below to learn how to get involved, prepare for your child’s college education, support their school and become part of the San Angelo ISD community!
Useful Links for Parents and Students
Academics and Testing:
Advanced Academic Programs – Learn about Pre-AP and AP courses available to students
After School Programs - After School care is available to SAISD students through the San Angelo YMCA
Course Catalog – Help your student make decisions in planning their high school graduation plan and post-graduation careers
Gifted and Talented Program – Find out about programs available to GT students
PSAT/NMSQT Information – Information about the Preliminary SAT®/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test
SAT/ACT Free Test Prep - Free test preparation assistance through eKnowledge Corp.
Athletics – Find out when and where your child’s sports team is playing
Health and Safety
Child Safety – Information for parents about child safety, sexting, and sexual abuse
Health Services – Find out about what health services are available to SAISD students
StayALERT School Safety Program - anonymously report anything that concerns you about school safety issues
MySchoolsBucks - manage your student's school meal accounts and pay for school lunches online
Home Access Center - monitor your children's grades online
Home Drives Access - Access students network (I:) drive from any internet connected computer
Student Portal - Allows students to access staff provided documents and resources from a centralized location
Technology Discount Program - Discounts for SAISD students and staff on technology related products.
VIPS – Learn how you can get involved by volunteering in your children’s school
Policies, Procedures and Manuals
Code of Conduct - expectations and responsibilities regarding student behavior
Disciplinary Appeal – Appeal a decision to place a student in DAEP
Dress Codes – Find out about San Angelo ISD’s dress and grooming policy
Student/Parent Handbook - general rules and guidelines for attending and receiving an education in SAISD schools
Transfer Policy – Learn about options for transferring a student between schools
Attendance Zones - determine which school your student will attend
Bell Schedules – Daily bell schedules for all schools
Bus Routes - determine the schools your student is eligible to attend and the available bus stops.
Cafeteria Menus – Learn what your child will be eating at school
Public School Choice – Learn about choices available to students enrolled in Title I campuses identified as in school improvement
School Feeder Patterns – Learn the flow of schools that your students will take as they progress through their education
School Supplies – Make sure your student has everything they need to start the year off right
Career and Technology Non-Discrimination Notice
The San Angelo Independent School District offers Career and Technical Education programs in Trade and Industrial, Business, Family and Consumer Science, Agriculture, Marketing and Health. Admission to these programs is based on student’s training objectives, aptitude, interest, need, physical and mental competence and other qualifications essential to successful employment.
It is the policy of the San Angelo Independent School District not to discriminate on the basis of sex, handicap, race, color or national origin in its educational and Career and Technology Education programs, activities or employment as required by Title IX, Section 504 and Title VI.
The San Angelo Independent School District will take steps to assure the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and Career and Technical Education programs.
For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the Title IX Coordinator, Shelly Hullihan, at the San Angelo Independent School District Administration Building, 1621 University Ave., 947-3838 or the Section 504 Coordinator, Jana Anderson, at the San Angelo Independent School District Administration Building, 1621 University Ave., 947-3838.
El Distrito Escolar Independiente de San Angelo ofrece los siguientes programas de educacion vocacional: Comercio y Industria, Ocupación, Familia, y Ciencia de Consumidor, Economia Domestica, Agricultura, Educación de Analisis de Mercados y Salud. La admisión a estos programas se basa en los objetivos de entrenamiento de los estudiantes, sus aptitudes, intereses, necesidades, capacidades fisicas y mentales y otras calificaciones esenciales para desempeñar sus empleos con éxito.
La Seccion 504 del Titulo IX y el Titulo VI requieren que no se haga ninguna discriminación de los estudiantes basandose en su sexo, deventajas fisicas o mentales, raza, color, origen nacional. El Distrito Escolar de San Angelo cumple con los requisitos de la ley en sus programas educacionales y vocacionales.
El Distrito Escolar Independiente de San Angelo tomara las precauciones necesarias para asegurar que la falta de competencia y habilidad en el idioma ingles no sera una barrera para la admision y participacion de los estudiantes en todos los programas educacionales y vocacionales.
Para obtener informacion sobre sus derechos o sobre los procedimientos de agravios, pongase en contacto con uno de estos coordinadores: Shelly Hullihan, coordinador del Titulo IX, en las oficinas administrativas del Distrito Escolar Independiente de San Angelo, 1621 University, 947-3838, Jana Anderson, coordinadora de las Seccion 504, en las oficinas administrativas del Distrito Escolar Independiente de San Angelo, 1621 University, 947-3838.