San Angelo ISD celebrated International Women’s Day with a special San Angelo READS! event in partnership with H-E-B on Monday, March 8, 2021. International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
San Angelo READS! News Stories
A letter from Dr. Jana Rueter, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, on the importance of reading.
In honor of San Angelo READS! Day and in recognition of the importance of literacy in our community, the Tom Green County Library has generously expanded access to their digital library until August 31, 2021 and free physical library cards for two years for all San Angelo ISD students.
When San Angelo ISD announced our new community-wide literacy initiative San Angelo READS! to our elementary campus administration teams, wheels began turning in the creative minds at Santa Rita Elementary. “We wanted an ‘out of the box’ way for students to be rewarded and stay excited about literacy,” Kay Scott, Principal at Santa Rita Elementary said. “Making reading fun is critical for literacy so all types of readers can be reached and supported.”
San Angelo ISD is excited to announce we are launching a community-wide literacy initiative led by SAISD called San Angelo READS! with the proclamation of the official San Angelo READS! Day, next Wednesday, December 9th.