Alamo Heights ISD’s athletic director and high school principal have resigned just weeks into the school year, each citing “personal reasons.”
Even with an infusion of new money from House Bill 3, Alamo Heights ISD adopted a deficit budget and expects to pay $32 million back to the State in the coming fiscal year.
State education accountability results released Thursday morning showed most San Antonio-area school districts improved in performance over last year.
San Antonio superintendents call the Legislature’s school finance bill the most transformational school funding legislation in 100 years.
San Antonio ISD incumbents Patti Radle and Christina Martinez keep their seats, and teachers union-backed Alicia Monica Perry won the District 2 seat.
Alamo Heights, East Central, and Northside ISDs are developing community-based accountability systems to evaluate more than just STAAR results.
In Texas, Black History Month is not a part of the required curriculum, but many schools in San Antonio teach their students about notable black Americans.
Both Celina Montoya and Steve Allison oppose the use of vouchers to provide school choice outside the public school system.
He will compete with educators across the country for National Teacher of the Year just months after he also won the Trinity Prize for Excellence in Education.
130 Alamo Heights High School students are participating in a year-long business incubator, taking their startups from ideating to developing a product and pitching it.