What's Happening

Attention all present 6th grade parents!
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The Abilene Regional P-16 Council is sponsoring the “Best of the Best” (BOB) awards. Finalists for each of the categories below will be chosen from our bracket of Snyder ISD, Sweetwater ISD, and Wylie ISD.
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Spring Migrant Parent/PAC Meeting
The SISD Migrant Program will have its Spring Migrant Parent Meeting and PAC Wednesday, March 25th.
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The Snyder Tiger Olympians may have conquered the Winter Olympics, but they still have bigger dreams on the horizon.
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Snyder Education Foundation Awards Mini Grants
On Friday, March 5th, the Snyder Education Foundation awarded five Snyder ISD teachers with a grant of up to $500 each to implement an innovative project in their classroom to enhance student learning. Funding for scholarships and mini-grant project is made possible through the donations of businesses and community members who are interested in supporting the education of Snyder ISD students. For more information about how you can be involved with the Snyder Education Foundation, visit www.snyderedfoundation.org.
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A Note From The Dr.'s Office

All in favor! The SISD School Board recently approved  goals for the district. 
"I am very impressed by the board’s work here. 
These goals reveal the board's priorities: student achievement and continuous improvement come first.
We believe in our students, staff, school board, parents, and community.
 Working together we can achieve excellence in everything we do!"

                     2014-2015 Snyder ISD Board Goals are to:

1.  Outperform the state and comparable districts in percentage of the students exceeding the standard and the percentage of students exceeding the growth expectation on the STAAR assessment. 
2.  Recruit and retain highly qualified and capable personnel to help every student achieve their potential. 
3.  Develop and implement a plan to evaluate the effectiveness of all academic programs and report annually to the board. 
4.  Use common assessments to improve instruction, reduce remediation and improve grade level progress for every student. 
5.  Develop a 
positive culture of engagement, accountability, and high expectations that includes students, staff, school board, parents, and the community. 


Go Tigers!!
 Dr. Randy Brown
SISD Superintendent