At San Angelo ISD, we celebrate all the ways our students are SMART. At the heart of this is our commitment to honor and develop each student’s unique strengths and support their individual needs. You can see this in action in our schools and through our customizable offerings like Career and Technical Education, award-winning athletics and fine arts programs, interactive STEM labs, and so much more.
This school year, Bonham Elementary Principal Heidi Wierzowiecki invited families and students to “Discover Bonham” as part of a campus-wide celebration of the school, students and educators and as commitment to helping each child find their strengths and talents. On a journey of discovery at Bonham, you’ll see vibrant, engaging student work displayed in the halls, unique touches like the welcoming red “Buddy” bench by the playground, and beside every single teacher’s classroom door, a personalized “why statement” sharing their driving purpose as an educator. In this week’s San Angelo ISD Campus Spotlight, we invite you to join in the discovery of Bonham Elementary and how teachers' “why statements” ultimately empower and lift up every student.
The playful sound of fiddle strings and tapping of the bow on the instrument permeated Ms. Green’s art room as curious, engaged Lone Star Middle School eighth graders looked on. Mr. Ken Waldman, a former college professor with a talent for writing and who is known as the “Alaskan Fiddling Poet” visited Central High School and all three San Angelo ISD middle schools this week. Mr. Waldman is in San Angelo as part of his tour stop in the city with a performance at the San Angelo Performing Arts Center later this evening.
We will host an optional immunization clinic in partnership with Shannon Medical Center to provide SAISD families accessible opportunities for middle school students to get Texas-required immunizations this Saturday, October 23rd from 9:00 am to noon at Lincoln Middle School.
When you walk in the front doors of Belaire Elementary, you will feel like you are flying through the air just like an Eagle. Because at Belaire, Eagles SOAR! This shared vision helps provide meaning into everything their students and staff do. For students, this means safe, on task, acting responsibly, and respecting self and others. For staff, this means seize opportunities and take ownership in the learning of all future ready learners. In this week’s San Angelo ISD Campus Spotlight, we introduce you to Belaire Elementary.
Looking to the future sometimes begins with being strongly rooted in the past. In this week’s Future Ready Friday feature, we celebrate the rich cultural history and vibrant sounds of Mariachi music as part of Hispanic Heritage Month, and highlight an incredible experience for five Lake View High School Mariachi students on a visit to Washington D.C.