Fifty candidates filed for the school board races across seven local school districts. Only three of the 21 races will be uncontested.
The Women’s Hall of Fame is saluting the four inductees’ contributions in student success, alternative schools, community engagement, and school operations.
SAISD Supt. Pedro Martinez recapped SAISD’s past year in his State of the District address, highlighting college readiness and new district initiatives.
Three local school districts will partner with the San Antonio Police Department in a new program designed to help keep students in school and learning even after they experience traumatic incidents.
Regardless of their size, demographics, or wealth, San Antonio school districts want to see change in the way Texas public schools are funded.
The three schools, all of which had failed state accountability standards at least three years in a row by 2017, are now operating as in-district charters.
Trustees plan to make revisions to the nearly 40-page policy and bring it back up for discussion and a vote in 2019.
When completed, the office will allow SAISD to consolidate 30 departments spread throughout six district facilities.
These programs have specific emphasis areas like dual-language education or a curriculum emphasis on professions, including law or health careers.
Trustees delayed approving building plans for the proposed three-story, 140,000-square-foot structure that will sit adjacent to San Pedro Creek Park.