What's Happening

Student Medication
All student medications will go home on Wednesday, May 27th and Thursday, May 28th. If your student takes a narcotic, you must pick the medication up and sign it out.
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SISD Summer Feeding Program
Snyder ISD will sponsor a Summer Feeding Program this summer. The program will be at Snyder Junior High School 3300 El Paso Ave Snyder, Texas 79549 (Cafeteria).
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Summer Academic Opportunities
Snyder ISD will be offering several summer learning programs for students. Parents/Guardians should be receiving a letter in the mail. Please review it carefully.
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2015 Water Bowl Promotes Citywide Teamwork!
The 2015 Earth Day Bottle Challenge was an incredible success!!
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"Love, Sex, & Dating" Seminar
Snyder ISD has contracted again with Ed Ainsworth of Whiteheart Communications to do a “Love, Sex & Dating” Seminar for our students. He discusses a sensitive topic in a professional and tasteful manner with a humorous and candid approach. It is our hope that these presentations will help arm our students with important knowledge to live a “sexually pure life”.
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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