What do we mean when we say, “Our people make the difference?”
"Research shows us that the greatest impact on student learning is the relationship between a student and an educator. It’s not something you can force from the top down. It’s not something you can measure with a test. As a district, we focus on recruiting and hiring people who are passionate and dedicated, people whose greatest joy is seeing your children succeed. Just as we do with our students, we give our educators the resources and tools they need to succeed, then we step back and watch them soar. At San Angelo, we are proud to say that all 2000 of our educators and staff members are making the difference."
- Carl Dethloff, Superintendent, San Angelo ISD
To find out how you too can make a difference, visit www.saisd.org/jobs. We have openings for many different positions and would love to meet you.
People Who Make the Difference
Cafeteria Manager at Holiman Elementary
"We feed these kids' tummies, but they do so much more than that for us. They feed our hearts."
Lead Custodian at McGill Elementary
"I love my job. Some people just come to have a paycheck. I come because I enjoy what I do and the kids inspire me."
2nd Grade Teacher at Fort Concho Elementary
"Building a relationship is by far the most important thing to do with our students. It's important that they feel loved, and in order for them to be successful in the classroom, they have to feel like you really care about them."
San Angelo ISD 18+ Vocational Program Teacher
"Students with disabilities have so much to offer. To see the students we work with achieve small goals, but are huge to them, really gives me a lot of inspiration."
Special Education Teacher at Central High School
"When students leave my class, I want them to be confident in themselves. I want them to be able to advocate for themselves and be as independent as they possibly can be."
Lincoln Middle School Nurse
"Once you work with students and you're in the health care business of taking care of students on campus, it's hard to imagine doing anything else."
Special Education Teacher at Reagan Elementary
"I teach because I want my kids to be independent in the community and I want them to live a long and happy life. I hope that the skills that I teach them will go with them no matter where they go."
Spanish Teacher at Lake View High School
I teach because I care. And I teach because I want students to be successful in life.
Health Sciences Teacher
"When students finish my class, I hope that they have learned something that they can use in their everyday life."
3rd Grade ELAR Teacher at Bradford Elementary
"Being a teacher means I'm shaping the future - academically, socially, and emotionally."
Texas History Teacher at Glenn Middle School
"It's about getting students captivated in that historical context."
Math teacher and powerlifting and football coach at Lake View High School
“For me, coach is the greatest term of endearment I could bestow on someone.”
Fifth grade science teacher at Fort Concho Elementary
“I love science. When I’m excited, they’re excited. I don’t really lecture, it’s all about hands-on learning.”
Mariachi director at Lincoln Middle School
“Mariachi is for everybody. Music is universal, there are no boundaries. It’s all about how you feel it.”
Digital Innovation Facilitator
“You have to capture their hearts before you capture their brains.”