As we start the 2022-2023 school year this Wednesday, August 17, 2022, San Angelo ISD wants to remind our families of a partnership with Shannon Health to bring Shannon’s School Telemedicine Program to SAISD campuses. With the Shannon School Telemedicine Program, your student can get the care they need while remaining on their campus without making a trip to an urgent care clinic and missing important instructional time.
San Angelo ISD is excited to announce a fun, back to school giveaway in partnership with HEB, 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 in celebration of the first day of the school year this Wednesday, August 17, 2022, 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. Details on the giveaway, what’s included in each basket and how to participate are provided below.
Commemorate the start of the new school year with these free printable signs. Click the images below to download and print the appropriate sign(s) and snap some pictures of your children holding them on the first day of school. Don't forget to share your photos and tag us on social media with #FirstDaySAISD.
During the San Angelo ISD Board of Trustees Regular Board Meeting on Monday, August 15, 2022, SAISD administrators presented a recommendation to increase bus driver starting pay from $15 per hour to $20 per hour. The Board of Trustees voted 7-0 in favor of the administration's recommendation to increase pay.
San Angelo ISD is eagerly awaiting the first day of the 2022-2023 school year this Wednesday, August 17, 2022. To celebrate, we are giving some of our youngest learners the chance to score their very own copy of the book “First Day Jitters” by Julie Danneberg through our San Angelo READS! community-wide literacy initiative. Today, we shared a video read aloud of the book for families to enjoy together, read by SAISD Elementary Director of Curriculum and Instruction Ms. Rikke Black. Click for more information on how to participate in the book giveaway.
As SAISD families prepare for students to head back to school next Wednesday, August 17th, those in need of help for school supplies have an opportunity for support at their schools thanks to the DESK non-profit organization. On Monday, DESK representative Vicki Loso presented SAISD school principals with funds for school supplies for students in need for the 2022-2023 school year in an amount totaling $72,011.02. The funds are divided out among all of our SAISD campuses based on need, and go toward the purchase of school supplies that are generally kept in an on-site school supply closet at the campus. To request support, SAISD parents and students can reach out to their campus counselors, at-risk coordinators or social workers or teachers may do so on their behalf.