San San Antonio ISD trustees voted 4-2, with one abstention, to pass a resolution to reopen three schools amid declining district enrollment.
South San ISD’s board will consider reopening campuses that closed less than two years ago because of low enrollment, but it’s unclear whether the district’s enrollment would support the move.
On Monday, new trustees Mandy Martinez (D1), Homer Flores (D3), Shirley Ibarra Peña (D4), and Gilbert Rodriguez (D6) were sworn into office.
Public Safety Committee members approved recommendations to add four amendments to the current school bus camera ordinance.
South San High School, home to 2,600 students, employs seven of the district’s 20 counselors and shares the district’s one social worker, Arciniega, with the other 12 campuses.
Alexandro Flores, the superintendent of Palacios ISD, will succeed retiring South San ISD Superintendent Abelardo Saavedra.
The board narrowed the total pool to five finalists and will interview them on Wednesday and Thursday night at Palo Alto College in the Performing Arts Building.
Edgewood and South San ISDs have made significant changes after the release of the state’s accountability scores, which gave both districts a D.
The cameras automatically take photos of drivers who pass a school bus with its stop arm displayed and flashing lights activated.
South San Antonio ISD trustees on Wednesday night unanimously approved a budget that leaves the district with an estimated $3 million deficit.