San Angelo ISD reminds our parents/guardians to log-in to Home Access Center, a web-based tool which gives parents/guardians the opportunity to be proactively involved in their students academic success. As we near the end of the first nine weeks of the 2022-2023 school year, it is important that our parents/guardians ensure they have a username and password to access their Home Access Center account in order to review their students progress reports and report cards to understand how your student is progressing.
San Angelo Police Department has informed San Angelo ISD that a suspect is in custody in connection with the social media threat made to the Lake View High School campus last Thursday, September 22, 2022. Threats made to a campus on social media can result in a felony charge due to the widespread effects on the public and school system.
The safety of our students is our first priority. We take all matters of this nature seriously and will follow procedures outlined in our Student Code of Conduct. SAISD, by law, is not at liberty to publicly disclose the names of students or disciplinary actions taken.
At San Angelo ISD, we are thankful for our outstanding campus leaders who make a difference in the lives of nearly 14,000 children and 2,000 staff members in our community every day. This October is National Principals Month, and you’re invited to join us in celebrating their visionary leadership and dedication to growing the hopes and dreams of our future-ready learners by submitting a personalized thank you note.
Central High School Bobcats celebrated carnival-themed Homecoming festivities for “The Greatest Homecoming on Earth” all week long leading up to the game against Abilene Wylie tonight, September 23, 2022, at San Angelo Stadium. Building Bobcat spirit, students and staff participated in themed dress up days, decorated halls, and put together a carnival and an energetic parade followed by a community pep rally that filled San Angelo Stadium with Angry Orange excitement before sending folks off with a dazzling fireworks display.
SAISD is committed to the health, safety, and well-being of our students, staff, families and community. We want to remind families of two resources we have available to help provide safer school environments and access to mental healthcare resources. The StayALERT School Safety Program is a 24/7 bilingual reporting program for confidential, anonymous reporting of safety concerns. Care Solace is a free resource that can help our students, staff, or family members navigate through what can be a challenging process in finding mental healthcare resources and assistance.