At San Angelo ISD, we’re growing hopes and dreams! Mark your calendars, SAISD will open our enrollment and transfer application for new and returning students entering grades pre-kindergarten through 12 for the upcoming 2023-2024 school year on Monday, April 3, 2023.
March is Read Across America Month. However, SAISD and its students love to celebrate reading all year long through the District’s community-wide literacy initiative, San Angelo READS!.
Two San Angelo ISD employees were recognized during the Texas School Counselor Association Professional Counselor Conference. San Angelo ISD is proud to announce Dr. Amy Lemaster, Principal of Lone Star Middle School, has been named a Rhosine Fleming Award Campus Administrator of the Year and Rachel Gandar, a counselor at Lake View High School, has been named the Rhosine Fleming Secondary School Counselor of the Year award by the Texas School Counselor Association.
Join San Angelo ISD and community partners for a free, family-friendly Community Resource Night, “Manos a la Obra”, on Tuesday, March 21st from 6:00 - 7:30 pm at Lincoln Middle School located at 255 Lake View Heroes Dr, San Angelo, TX 76903. The event is an opportunity for SAISD families to learn more about our bilingual program and resources offered throughout San Angelo while enjoying fun like children’s book giveaways, snacks and refreshments, activities with our Lake View High School Ambassadors student group, San Angelo READS! story time read alouds, and more.
On Monday, February 27, 2023 during the Regular Board Meeting, the San Angelo ISD Board of Trustees voted 6 to 1 in favor of the recommendation to combine Alta Loma Elementary attendance boundaries with Fannin Elementary and repurpose or shutter Alta Loma Elementary beginning in the 2024-2025 school year. Additionally within this vote, it was approved to combine Austin Elementary attendance boundaries with McGill Elementary and repurpose or shutter Austin Elementary beginning in the 2024-2025 school year. Renovations and new builds will be completed at Fannin and McGill Elementary without a bond measure.
Trustees voted 2 to 5 in opposition of the recommendation to combine San Jacinto Elementary attendance boundaries with Reagan Elementary beginning in the 2023-2024 school year, and repurpose San Jacinto Elementary as a flagship Early Childhood Education Center for Pre-Kindergarten and 3 and 4 year olds in the Early Childhood Special Education program. Trustees requested administration bring forward another recommendation and the updated recommendation will be made at the March regular meeting.
The library at Central High School on Oakes is displaying books ranging from biographies/history, verse, realistic fiction, and picture books all telling the stories of African Americans throughout history. The displays are part of a literacy project, the Black History Month Button Checklist, hosted by Librarian Mrs. Sophia Flores inviting students to read at least two books from each of the categories to earn a Black History Month badge.