The SAISD board voted 6-1 Wednesday to allow the superintendent and principals to determine daily time schedules for all employees.
Final accountability ratings won’t be released until August, but SAISD officials are optimistic that Stewart can obtain a passing rating.
A Bexar County judge denied a request for a temporary injunction that would have stopped Democracy Prep from taking over operations at Stewart Elementary.
The Alliance on Friday asked a Bexar County District judge to halt an agreement that would convert Stewart Elementary to an in-district charter.
The San Antonio Independent School District board issued a proposal for a 3-cent property tax rate increase to mitigate a budget deficit.
San Antonio Independent School District finalized layoffs for 132 teachers and 31 administrators to help close a $31 million budget gap.
The suit seeks to block San Antonio ISD’s agreement with charter school operator Democracy Prep to run Stewart Elementary School.
After a controversial charter vote, posters criticizing San Antonio ISD Superintendent Pedro Martinez appeared around the district last week.
Charter school operators function free of many of the rules governing Texas’ public school districts, resulting an uneven playing field.
The partnership with Relay allows both schools to pause the state intervention and gives Relay two years to help the schools obtain a passing grade.