About 40 San Antonio ISD schools had air conditioning outages during the first three days of school, causing students to relocate from some classrooms.
SAISD trustees gave Superintendent Pedro Martinez a 5 percent salary boost after he received a 3 percent raise last month with all other district employees.
Trustees unanimously approved a budget that includes at least a 3 percent pay increase for all district staff and achieves its minimum wage goal.
At a Saturday afternoon budget meeting, SAISD trustees discussed different options for increasing the pay of district staff in advance of a June 17 budget vote.
San Antonio ISD trustees voted unanimously Monday night to extend Superintendent Pedro Martinez’s contract to Aug. 31, 2024.
If the district can become a model for educating lower-income students, it will do a great service not only to the students, but to Texas, writes Rick Casey.
SAISD trustees approved turning the day-to-day operations at 18 campuses over to nonprofits. A 19th school received in-district charter status.
The fourth iteration of the San Antonio Regional Public PK-12 Education Forum will address the Alamo Promise program and early childhood education.
SAISD Supt. Pedro Martinez recapped SAISD’s past year in his State of the District address, highlighting college readiness and new district initiatives.
Trustees delayed approving building plans for the proposed three-story, 140,000-square-foot structure that will sit adjacent to San Pedro Creek Park.