San Angelo ISD is proud to announce a unique partnership with Shannon Health, the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Division, Howard College, and Angelo State University to offer an exclusive four-part symposium series, the Shannon Health Science Symposium Series, to SAISD high school seniors following a Health Sciences pathway and interest. The first part of the symposium series was hosted on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 at Howard College and focused on introducing students to health care careers paths right here in San Angelo with Shannon Health.
San Angelo ISD proudly celebrates five students from Central High School and Lake View High School who reached the highest level a high school musician can achieve through the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) by earning the distinguished honor of TMEA All-State in band, orchestra, and choir.
- Heidi Bundick, LVHS junior, All-State Band, string bass,
- Gregory Faught, CHS senior, All-State Orchestra, double bass,
- Mia Wilcox, CHS junior, All-State Band, flute,
- Lauren Ochoa, CHS senior, All-State Band, clarinet, and
- Merit Shelton, CHS sophomore, All-State Tenor-Bass Choir.
San Angelo ISD School Board Trustees were recognized at the San Angelo City Council Meeting on the morning of Tuesday, January 17, 2023 with a special proclamation by Mayor Brenda Gunter declaring January 2023 as “School Board Recognition Month” in San Angelo.
Throw on your acid washed jeans and neon colors, put a cassette in your Walkman and join San Angelo ISD as we go back to the 1980’s to celebrate the remaining 80 rockin’ days at SAISD. On Tuesday, January 24, 2023, San Angelo ISD will celebrate 80 days left in the school year with an optional 80’s themed dress up day across the district. We invite your children to dress in their best 80’s gear.
San Angelo ISD congratulates and celebrates Lincoln Middle School for receiving the national distinction of Texas School to Watch by the The National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform and the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP). A Texas School to Watch is a school that consistently has moved to meet fully the nationally endorsed criteria for high-performing middle schools; one that has made marked progress in meeting all of these criteria, including measurable gains in the academic achievement of all students over time, and is committed to continuous improvement.