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  • SAISD Statement on School Safety- 2/15/2018

    In light of the national tragedy that took place in Parkland, Florida yesterday, we extend our heartfelt condolences to all those impacted by the events at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. San Angelo ISD has many proactive measures in place regarding student and staff safety.

  • SAISD Responds to Social Media Threats- 2/15/2018

    SAISD administration has released the following statement in response to a social media post indicating an alleged threat.

  • Board of Education Calls May Bond Election- 2/13/2018

    The proposition addresses aging facilities, safety, and student program growth.

  • SAISD Appeals UIL Realignment- 2/12/2018

    SAISD administration submitted a formal appeal to the University Interscholastic League regarding Central High School's district realignment for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 school years.

  • Central Musicians Earn All-State Honors- 2/8/2018

    Central High School students Carson Clay and Leighann Sweet were recently selected for the Texas Music Educators Association All-State Band and All-State Choir, respectively.

  • Lady Cats Basketball Advances to Playoffs- 2/8/2018

    The Lady Cats will take on Duncanville in the Class 6A Bi-District playoff round Tuesday, February 13 at Stephenville High School.

  • UIL Releases Biennial Realignments- 2/1/2018

    Thursday, February 1 was UIL Realignment Day, the biennial University Interscholastic League reclassification and realignment for Texas high school athletics, which determines what classification and what districts schools play sports in for the next two years.

  • What to Know About the Flu- 1/26/2018

    With flu season upon us, it is important that we work together to keep ourselves and our children and schools healthy. By keeping ourselves and our children flu-free, we benefit the community as a whole. Additionally, healthy students miss fewer days of school, which results in less stress on the family.

  • 23 DECA Students Advance to State Competition- 1/25/2018

    The Lake View and Central High School DECA teams participated in the 2018 District Career Development Conference with 23 students advanced to the State competition to be held in February in Dallas.

  • Sheriff Jones Discusses Importance of Pre-K Program- 1/24/2018

    On January 24, 2018, Tom Green County Sheriff David Jones held a roundtable discussion at Alta Loma Elementary School to outline the importance of continued funding of early childhood education programs.

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