Countdown to first day of school - August 17, 2023!
San Angelo ISD teachers and staff can’t wait to see our students’ smiling faces on the first day of school this August 17th, and to get to the great work of growing hopes and dreams!
San Angelo ISD elementary schools will be holding their annual "Meet the Teacher" events prior to the first day of school. "Meet the Teacher" is a chance for students and parents to get their class assignments, meet their teachers, drop off school supplies, and visit their classrooms. Dates and times vary from campus to campus. Please click the link below for more information.
San Angelo ISD middle and high schools, including Glenn Middle School, Lincoln Middle School, Lone Star Middle School, Central High School on Oakes, Central High School, Lake View High School, PAYS and Carver Learning Center, will be holding their annual “Schedule Pick-Up and Form Verification” back to school events on the following dates and times. “Schedule Pick-Up and Form Verification” is a chance for students and parents to get their class assignments (if registered), pick up their Smart Tag ID, and tour their campus. Dates and times vary from campus to campus. Please click the link below for more information.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, San Angelo ISD provided free meals to all students, regardless of income eligibility, with support from federal funding authorized by the United States Congress. This federal funding has ended and SAISD returned to charging for lunches last school year. Through the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), families who qualify will still be eligible to receive a free or reduced lunch meal for their student during the upcoming school year by completing this short, online application. Fill out your application today!
Celebrate the first day of school with these free, printable signs to use to snap a memorable picture of your student on Thursday, August 17. Click below to access printable signs for all grade levels. Don’t forget to share your photos and tag us with #FirstDaySAISD.
San Angelo ISD is excited to announce a fun, back to school giveaway in celebration of the first day of the school year this Thursday, August 17, 2023, and our commitment to growing the hopes and dreams of our students! Three recipients will be randomly selected to each receive one of three baskets. This giveaway was made possible through partnerships with Ultimate Air Trampoline Park, Kona Ice of San Angelo, Tea2Go Tea’Nergy, Ocotillo Boutique, Cookie Joy of San Angelo, Old Central Firehouse Pizzeria and Gandy Ink. Details on the giveaway, what’s included in each basket and how to participate are provided at the link below.
Registration can be completed from any web browser or smartphone. Parents can digitally upload required registration documents such as birth certificate, proof of address, social security card, and immunization records in PDF, JPEG, and other standard file formats.
If you have any questions about the registration process, please contact your student’s campus for more information.
San Angelo ISD administrators delivered a report on School Safety addressing ways SAISD is working to make our schools safer this school year including completion of a Summer Targeted Partial Safety Audit and Exterior Door Safety Audit, collaborative Safety and Security Meetings with local law enforcement, Goodfellow representatives and community leaders, and Behavioral Threat Assessment training for administrators on all campuses. The report includes a status of District Safety Initiatives and resources like Care Solace and StayALERT anonymous reporting. Watch an excerpt from the report below.
SAISD uses a uniform Standard Response Protocol (SRP) for drills and incidents to rationally organize tactics for response to weather events, fires, accidents, intruders and other threats to personal safety. SRP works with a specific vocabulary with five specific actions that can be performed during an incident: Hold, Secure, Lockdown, Evacuate and Shelter. Click below to learn more about the actions and related directives.
The StayALERT School Safety Program is a 24/7 bilingual reporting program designed to help provide a safer school environment. Report bullying, vandalism, drugs and alcohol, unsafe or violent behavior, harassment, weapons, teacher/student conflict, or other safety concerns. Text or call 206.406.6485 or email email@example.com. You can also make reports online.
Care Solace is an organization determined to calm the chaos of mental health care coordination, and will help our students, staff and families to quickly and confidentially connect with providers in the community 24/7/365