Aviation Club has been at Bob Hope Elementary since 2016 in an effort to encourage students to discover aviation. The club opens students’ minds through education and hands-on experiences. The club guides students to learn about the possibilities in aviation degrees and career paths. Aviation Club works with Palo Alto College where students are able […]
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The award-winning Edison HS choir – under the direction of teacher Valerie Rizanji – was a big hit at a recent San Antonio Spurs game. The Golden Bear choir performed the national anthem at the Spurs vs. New York Knicks game on Dec. 28. Original post on SAISD’s Facebook page.
Girls on the Run at Hobby Middle School embraces the differences on our campus through a nurturing, inspiring and physical activity-based youth development program for middle school girls. The program empowers our girls to: advocate for themselves in a meaningful and effective manner; lead with positive decision making skills; and express their gratitude for others […]
Nimitz Middle School and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Academy students looked forward to a visit from Chinese language students from Lee High School and ISA (International School of the Americas).On Jan. 12, the students gave an interactive lesson on Chinese greetings and numbers 1-10 to the eighth graders. The middle schoolers excelled at learning many […]
Music is the great equalizer, bringing generations together, often with one verse or refrain of a familiar song. The Alamo Heights High School Choir program is recognized for its talented performers and vocal quality! Represented at the regional and state level annually, choral students are known for their musical skills and creative performances. The word “inclusive” […]
This is the first year an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course has been offered in Northside ISD and it is currently only at Brennan and Marshall high schools. Twelve students are enrolled at Marshall and under the guidance of teacher Billy Soliz, are learning entry-level patient and emergency care. The course, which spans two class […]
Writing was a family affair at the FSE Writing Olympics! Family members and their kindergartners wrote and illustrated their own short stories. Together, they went through the writing process beginning with a brainstorming activity that helped the student decide what to write about. To help, teachers provided some prompts to guide their work, for example, […]
Ag science classes got a visit from Steven Branecky, Dottie the dairy cow, and Southwest Dairy Farmers. Students learned about the dairy industry and got to see a milking demonstration at the Medina Valley ISD Future Farmers of America Project Center.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Greg Gibson, Board Trustees, Team One members and Samuel Clemens High School staff received a tour of the new CTE building, the first completed building from the $137 million bond referendum approved by voters last November. The 17,500 square foot facility opens January 10, 2018. Among the subjects to be taught in […]