SISD Communications
Snyder students and families: Grief resources have been provided on the Snyder ISD website. The Dougy Center is a nationally recognized provider of grief and loss support for families and children. They have developed a series of tip sheets that provide understanding about grief and ways for individuals and caregivers to respond. We hope you find them helpful in understanding and supporting your child during this difficult time. This tip sheet is specific to grieving teens and addresses many of the feelings and experiences they may face during this time. It also provides coping strategies for them to use. The other tip sheet is specific to supporting grieving children and providing caregivers with tools to help. There are many other resources and tip sheets available on the Snyder ISD counselor’s page and www.dougy.org.
6 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SHS dual credit students: Opportunity scholarship applications must be completed by Wednesday, July 8th. Please upload completed applications into google classroom using the code ksqds5a. If you have questions, please email spinkerton@snyderisd.net.
7 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Dear Snyder Family, I am sorry to release such sensitive information in this way, but I want to make sure that everyone is aware. It is with deep regret that we inform you about a death in our school community. Mays Villarreal, who would have been a freshman at Snyder High School this fall, was in a serious accident over the holiday weekend and died. This loss will be felt throughout Snyder. Mays has family entering Pre-K, 3rd, 6th, 9th, and 10th grades next year as well as relatives and friends throughout the district and the community. The family has informed us that visitation will be at Bell Cypert Seale Funeral Home on Tuesday from 6pm-7pm and the funeral will be held at East Side Church of Christ, Wednesday at 2pm. During this time of sadness and grief, we will offer support to our students and staff. A virtual support group Zoom led by Snyder ISD counselors will be held at 1pm on Monday, July 6th. If we need to add additional meeting times, we will. Later this evening, we will send a Zoom meeting link to the email and phone number we have on file. If you have a child that was not his classmate, but knew Mays and needs support, please email acrist@snyderisd.net. The crisis text line is also available by texting “home” to 741741. You will be able to text with a counselor for free. To speak to someone over the phone, you may call the West Texas Centers Crisis Help line at 1.800.375.4357. We also have a list of counseling resources available. If you need additional support, do not hesitate to reach out to us. We know you will join us in extending your sympathy and prayers for the family. We will make every effort to help you and your child through this difficult time. Eddie Bland, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools, Snyder ISD
8 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Correction: We have been notified that the staff member who we reported to have a positive COVID-19 test earlier today, was indeed negative. We are relieved to hear that this staff member has not tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. We sincerely apologize for the error and confusion. We appreciate all of the concern for this individual. We are proud to be a part of such a supportive community.
11 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
On Thursday, July 2, 2020 Snyder ISD was notified a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. The employee worked on Wednesday, but in an isolated area of a SISD campus. There was no known contact with any other employees or students. The district has thoroughly sanitized the areas where the employee worked and the employee has been told to quarantine until released by a physician. Earlier this week, SISD suspended the girl’s athletic conditioning program due to a possible COVID-19 exposure, however this case is thought to be unrelated. The district remains steadfast in our commitment to ensure the safety of our students and employees and we will continue to follow CDC guidelines. Please visit the Scurry County Coronavirus Resource Page at scurrycovid.com or the CDC website for more information about COIVD-19.
12 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder ISD will open schools to students on August 12 with plans to keep students safe and offer families options. Families will be allowed to choose between in-school learning and virtual learning for the 2020-2021 school year. Both in-school and virtual learning options will follow the same curriculum and students will be held to the same grading standards. Dr. Eddie Bland, Superintendent of Schools for Snyder ISD, states, “We believe that having students in classrooms is the best way to teach and we are excited to have students back in the building for the start of school on August 12. Understandably, parents have concerns, and extensive planning is underway to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to keep the school as sanitized and as safe as possible. These plans will be shaped locally by surveying our families, staff, and healthcare experts in addition to guidance from Governor Greg Abbott and TEA Commissioner Mike Morath. We will provide more details on these plans as soon as they are available.” To better understand the needs of families, the district has issued a family survey to learn which schooling option they prefer and what health and safety protocols they would like to see upon returning to school. Surveys were also sent to teachers to learn about their needs and concerns. All surveys are due by Friday, July 3, 2020 to help the district plan for the school year. Students who are enrolled in virtual learning can expect a robust platform and the same rigorous grading guidelines as in-person school. All virtual learners will be assigned a teacher and will follow the SISD school calendar. Although the school will provide students with a school-issued iPad or laptop, families will need to have reliable internet or access to the wi-fi hotspots to connect to the virtual classroom. For students who are struggling, have questions, or need support, students will be able to meet with their teacher virtually through the teacher help desk. Families will designate their choice between in-school learning and virtual learning when they register. If they have already registered and did not make a selection, a staff member will contact them. Registration for students new to the district opens July 6, and online registration for returning students begins on July 15. Virtual learning details: Pre-K-2nd grade: asynchronous*, or flexible classes, will be offered. In the flexible format, lessons will be recorded and completed anytime during the day. Families will need to set aside at least 3 hours per day for school. To be counted present for the day, students must be engaged for the assigned time during the 24 hour time period. *As of 6/30/2020, the TEA states that asynchronous learning is required in the virtual format for grades Pre-K-2nd. However, we will provide virtual interaction with teachers in a real-time format to support student learning. Grades 3-12: real-time (synchronous), or flexible (asynchronous) classes will be offered. Real-time classes will be held at scheduled times in the day. Flexible class lessons will be recorded and are to be completed anytime during the day. For students in grades 3-5, families will need to set aside at least 3 hours and students in grades 6-12 will need to set aside at least 4 hours per day for school. To be counted present for the day, students must be engaged for the assigned time during the 24 hour time period. “Should there be a need to close campuses again due to COVID-19, we will be prepared to switch immediately to a fully virtual format. Our staff demonstrated flexibility, perseverance, and commitment to launching an online format in a matter of days. I know they are committed to helping all students succeed in whatever format they choose,” states Rachael McClain Assistant Superintendent -- Learning and Innovation.
12 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
In 20-21, all students will be expected to attend school in-person or virtually on a daily basis. As we await additional guidance from the TEA, we would like to conduct a “check-in” survey with our families. Please visit the SISD News link at https://bit.ly/3eRR2A8 for more information and participate in a short survey. The survey is available in English and Spanish.
14 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
In 20-21, all students will be expected to attend school on a daily basis. As we await additional guidance from the TEA, we would like to conduct a “check-in” survey with our families. Please visit the SISD News link at https://bit.ly/3eRR2A8 for more information and participate in a short survey. The survey is available in English and Spanish.
14 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Important update from the Lady Tigers Athletic Department: Out of an abundance of caution, the Snyder Junior High and High School girls' strength and conditioning program will shut down through July 14, 2020, due to possible COVID-19 exposure. The dates of potential exposure were June 25th and 26th. Workouts for boys’ athletics will continue as scheduled since they work out in a separate location. Snyder ISD takes precautions daily to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Athletes are screened before entry with temperature checks, are spaced 6 feet apart during workouts, and equipment is sanitized daily. Should your female athlete have attended workouts on these days, we recommend following CDC guidelines to self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19. The most common symptoms of novel coronavirus are fever and cough, sometimes difficulty breathing, more rarely sore throat, muscle aches, and abdominal discomfort. These symptoms can also be due to many other illnesses. If you develop a fever (100.4°F/38°C or higher) or any symptoms, it doesn’t mean you have novel coronavirus, but you should follow up with your primary care provider.
14 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
There's still time to apply for a one-time P-EBT payment of $285. If your child received SNAP food benefits in March 2020 or qualified for free or reduced-price meals at schools that are part of the National School Lunch Program, you could be eligible. Details👉bit.ly/2XdQfTB The deadline to apply for P-EBT is Tuesday, June 30.
14 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
New SHS Pride of The West director Dustin Shreve is super excited to get back in the game! Are you an incoming 8th-12th grader interested in color guard or band? If so you will want to check this out!
18 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Students who are MAP testing during the week of 6/22-6/25 should: - Arrive at Snyder Primary by 8:45 for AM sessions (for am session) - Arrive at Snyder Primary by 12:45 for PM sessions. - Parents will drop students off in the drive through lane on the north side of the building by the flag pole. There will be SHS student interns that will escort your student inside the building to get them set up for their test. - Once students are done with testing, a SISD employee will call you for pick up instructions. We will be taking all safety precautions and sanitizing frequently throughout the day. Thank you for being flexible with us as we navigate this process as quickly and safely as possible. If you have questions, please let us know.
22 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Please take a moment to watch a video from Snyder ISD Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Eddie Bland, regarding yesterday's announcements from Governor Abbott and TEA Commissioner Mike Morath. https://vimeo.com/430817921 In the video, Dr. Bland addresses possibilities and the planning process for the 2020-2021 school year. Districts across Texas await further guidance, but state officials intend for schools to resume face-to-face instruction in the fall with a virtual option for families who are not comfortable sending their children back because of COVID-19 concerns. The commissioner is scheduled to provide additional details early next week. We will provide updates as they are available. Please be sure to check our social media pages, snyderisd.net, and the Snyder Tigers app for the latest news from SISD.
24 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SHS: Starting Monday you will not be able to receive a transcript the day you request it. You will need to call and ask for one and we will contact you within that week to come pick it up. This is due to the registrar being out of the office as of today. She will try and fulfill them as quickly as possible.
25 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The third annual Back to School Bash is scheduled for Saturday, August 1st from 8 am-3 pm. This year's bash will look a little different, with convenient drive-through stations! Join us as we team together with SISD ACE and Snyder Community Resource Center to kick start the 20-21 school year!
26 days ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Pre-K and Kindergarten registration will be held June 22 - 25, 2020 at Snyder Primary School. We will follow CDC recommendations and limit the number of people who are in the building during registration. Monday, June 22: 9am - 3pm Tuesday, June 23: 9am - 3pm Wednesday, June 24: 12pm - 6pm Thursday, June 25: 9am-3pm Documents to Bring: Birth certificate Social Security card Immunization record Parent / guardian identification Proof of residency(example: utility bill (gas, water, electric) with current address listed). Proof of guardianship (if not parent) Proof of income (PreK only) Visit the Pre-K page (https://www.snyderisd.net/o/Snyder/page/high-quality-pre-k-program) to learn more about eligibility requirements. Students must be 4 years old (Pre-K)* or 5 years old (Kinder) before September 1, 2020 to be eligible. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at 325-574-8600.
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The third annual Back to School Bash is scheduled for Saturday, August 1st. This year's bash will look a little different, with convenient drive-through stations! Join us as we team together with SISD ACE and Snyder Community Resource Center to kick start the 20-21 school year!
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Are you the parent or legal guardian of a SISD student? Your feedback is incredibly important to us. Please take special notice of the Snyder ISD Parent Survey regarding the At-Home Learning Experience during the COVID-19 pandemic. We had to quickly adapt to a different method of instruction. We learned a lot through this process and are always looking to learn more. This survey should take you less than 5 minutes to complete and will help us learn more about the at-home learning experience. This will also help us prepare for a variety of scenarios for the 2020-2021 school year. This survey will close on June 5, 2020. This an much more can be found in the SISD Weekly Updates Newsletter. https://www.smore.com/m4hz1
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) is a one-time food benefit for families who lost access to free or reduced-price meals due to school closures. Eligible P-EBT families will receive application instructions from schools in early June. Families who received SNAP benefits for the month of March 2020 and have children 5-18 years old as of May 17, 2020, do not need to apply for those children. These families will receive P-EBT benefits on their current Lone Star Card by May 22. Families with children up to 21 years old who are certified to receive free or reduced-price meals during the 2019-20 school year need to apply for P-EBT. (This includes families who received SNAP benefits for the month of March 2020 and have children under 5 and between 19 and 21.) Your school district will send you a link to an online application by the first week of June. Once HHSC receives the application and verifies your eligibility with the school list, you will receive a Texas P-EBT card in the mail that includes P-EBT funds. For more information please visit https://bit.ly/36Bie2J
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
P-Tech Prep | 9th Grade: July 6-10, 10th - 12th Grade July 13-17 Dual-credit and P-Tech freshman - seniors, ONE WEEK will get you set for next year’s courses! The P-Tech Bridge Camp will provide: • TSI test prep • orientation to college software programs used in dual-credit classes • career opportunity exploration • experience with a higher education environment Camps are free and registration is open through May 29, 2020! Register at https://bit.ly/2B4XR2t
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Don’t miss this opportunity! Snyder and Roscoe High School students, take advantage of these FREE, virtual programs this summer! Summer Cert | June 1 - August 31, 2020 Juniors, seniors, & 2020 Grads through the Summer Cert program you can earn an industry certification in just EIGHT weeks in the following areas: Ag - Commercial Pesticide Applicator OSHA Real Estate Sales Agent Patient Care Technician Google Certified Cloud Professional G Suite Microsoft Office Specialist ServeSafe Manager Adobe Certified Associate Creative Entrepreneurship & Small Business Medical Coding & Billing Specialist P-Tech Prep | 9th Grade: July 6-10, 10th - 12th Grade July 13-17 Dual-credit and P-Tech freshman - seniors, ONE WEEK will get you set for next year’s courses! The P-Tech Bridge Camp will provide: • TSI test prep • orientation to college software programs used in dual-credit classes • career opportunity exploration • experience with a higher education environment Camps are free and registration is open through May 29, 2020! Register at https://bit.ly/2B4XR2t
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Summer STEM Enrichment, Learning Lab, & Jump Start will provide fantastic opportunities for SISD k-8th grade students to be better prepared for the 20-21 school year! Registration is quick and easy! Don't delay! Registration ends May 29th! Click https://bit.ly/3evqjZN and register today!
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Breakfast and lunch distribution will continue! Attached are the June menus. Please take note of a few changes. Beginning May 26, Coliseum will no longer be a pickup point. May 26 - May 29: Continued operations with the exception of the Coliseum June 1 - July 10: Pickup/delivery on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with two days of meals will be prepared each day. Menus are located at: https://www.snyderisd.net/article/251904?org=snyder
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
Janell Martin
Last call... ALL TECHNOLOGY DEVICES and SHS ITEMS/materials/textbooks/uniforms etc are to be at SHS TODAY.. deliver/return to SHS Student Center before 12:00-Noon today!!
about 1 month ago, Janell Martin
Janell Martin
Senior that requested a car banner to be printed by SHS... those are all completed and ready for pickup in Student Center BEFORE 12-noon today!!!
about 1 month ago, Janell Martin
SISD Communications
Hot off the press! Seniors and graduation attendees, please tune in for one last video announcement from Mrs. Martin regarding the 2020 graduation parade and ceremony. We've worked hard to prepare this special day for you! Despite the circumstances we have been dealt, we are hopeful this day will be one you will never forget! Patience, cooperation, and positive attitudes will be keys to our success! Friday is your day Class of 2020! Tune in at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZPlwT8MqNY
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Seniors, parents, & guardians: Please be advised! According to Governor Abbott's Executive Order, prior to participating, individuals must be screened (via questioning) by the school system employees for any of the following new or worsening signs or symptoms of possible COVID19. Have you recently experienced: •Cough •Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing •Chills or Repeated shaking with chills •Muscle pain •Headache •Sore throat •Loss of taste or smell •Diarrhea •Feeling feverish or a measured temperature greater than or equal to 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit •Known close contact with a person who is lab-confirmed to have COVID-19. Exposure to the active confirmed case occurred within the last 14 days. Those found with any of these signs or symptoms must be excluded from the activity.
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SENIORS: If you are planning on purchasing your honor cords AT GRADUATION, you MUST have the exact CASH amount to pay ready. Change WILL NOT be made. If you do not have the correct amount ready in hand, you will need to turn in your cords at the graduation exit and will be able to purchase them next week beginning Tuesday, May 26 in the high school glass office. Prices of cords/stoles are as follows: Red, Green, Light Blue, Gold, or White - $10 EACH SHS/WTC Associate Stole - $20 NHS Stole - $25 Mrs. Walker will be at the exit (on the football field) to take payments.
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
We are almost there SISD!! Make sure you take advantage of the technology return opportunities. Any and all devices can be returned to the SJHS campus on Thursday, May 21st from 10am-4pm and Friday, May 22nd from 8am-12. Thank you for your teamwork!
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SHS Dual Credit applicants please be advised. If you have questions or concerns on how to submit your applications please take a look at the video below. The proper documentation needs to be turned by the end of this week. Students are advised to check their emails on a regular basis. Parents, please remind your students to be proactive with this process. https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cYhY2Ok5
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Graduation Update! Please read carefully! Based on Governor Abbott’s order that was released on Monday, May 18, we are removing the limit on the number of people that may ride in the car with each graduate. Guests in the vehicle, with the exception of the designated driver, may accompany the graduate into Tiger Stadium to see their student walk the stage. A designated driver will remain in the vehicle at all times. The designated driver can be a neighbor, a friend, a church member, a co-worker, etc. Only one vehicle per graduate will be allowed. They will drop off the graduate and their party at the south gate. The group will need to remain together the entire time and will exit the northwest end of the stadium with the graduate to meet their driver. The plan listed below has been designed to honor Governor Abbott and Commissioner Morath’s graduation guidelines and social distancing guidelines from the CDC. Parade Line-Up: The parking lot opens at 6:00 PM. Graduate and their guests must arrive no later than 6:45 pm and park in their assigned parking spot in the South Parking Lot. Parking pass must be displayed in the windshield. 7 pm Parade Begins: Graduates must wear their cap and gown in the parade. Each graduate will receive 1 parade/parking pass. There is not a limit to the number of guests that may accompany the graduate in the vehicle for the parade. Please be safe. 1 vehicle (car/pick-up truck) per graduate (siblings may ride in the same vehicle) Decorated vehicles are allowed and encouraged Broadcast: KSNY/Big Star 101.5. KSNY will broadcast the parade on the radio and SISD Facebook live beginning at 7 pm. This will include the valedictorian/salutatorian speeches, school song, alma mater, and naming of the graduates. No candy may be thrown from vehicles. PARADE TRANSITION / GRADUATION Graduate drop-off and parking: At the end of the parade route, the graduate and their guests will exit the vehicle in the parking lot in the Southwest corner of Tiger Stadium. Graduate Line-Up: A SISD staff member will assist in lining up the graduates. Driver: A designated driver must remain in the vehicle and pick up the graduate and their guests at the Northwest corner of the football field. Guests: The guests will observe the graduate from a designated area on the track. Exiting the stadium: Family groups will be requested to leave the stadium in a timely manner, as other graduates will be arriving. Broadcast: The graduation ceremony will be broadcast on SISD facebook live and will be available for download, along with the parade broadcast following the ceremonies. If you have any questions, please email questions@snyderisd.net.
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Join us tonight at 7pm live on FB/Zoom for the 2019-2020 SHS Academic Awards.
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
NOTICE FROM UIL - 2020-2021 PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS For the 2020-21 school year only, any participant in athletics or marching band, in any grade level, who has not previously completed a preparticipation physical examination (PPE), and been cleared for participation, will be required to complete the medical history form as noted in the current rule, as well as a PPE prior to participation in any UIL practices, games, performances, or matches. UIL will be waving the physicals for this year only unless you have never had one, or have a previous concussion or other condition. You must fill out the Medical History form that can be found in your Arbiter account. There will be someone in the SISD Athletic Office located at 3901 Denison Ave beginning on Thursday, May 28th through June 4th. Please stop by if you need help with your Arbiter. If you are in need of a physical please contact Cogdell Hospital to set up an appointment. It will be free until July 31st.
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Good morning SISD! Are you the parent/guardian of and incoming 9th grader that has been in the process of filling out a P-TECH or WTC Application? If so, please have your student complete the application and return it today. Applications can be returned at the back entrance of the Student Center at Snyder High School until 4:00pm today. If you have any questions or concerns, please email jrosas@snyderisd.net.
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
Janell Martin
Still a few technology devices not returned to SHS yet... please make arrangements to return those tomorrow.. 9-4 in Student Center... also, if you have other items hat need to return to SHS (textbooks, calculators, library books, fines/fees) lets get those returned and cleared up, so an AMAZING summer can be had by all!!!
about 1 month ago, Janell Martin
Janell Martin
Tomorrow .... pick up graduation/parade tickets and car passes 10-3 in Student Center... if you haven’t returned your technology devices—this MUST be returned before receiving tickets/car pass... Also, SudoCo has graduation shirts for Sr 2020... https://sudocoinc.com/senior_2020/shop/product-detail/1001297
about 1 month ago, Janell Martin
SISD Communications
This week's edition of the SISD Weekly Update is bursting with info! Reminder, if you have questions or concerns, be sure to email us at questions@snyderisd.net https://www.smore.com/cguyk
about 1 month ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Class of 2020 we have an announcement for you! Tune in at https://youtu.be/fLv6l1sfhSY
2 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SISD is preparing to wrap up the 2019-2020 school year! What do you need to do to be prepared? Check it out at https://www.snyderisd.net/article/246977?org=snyder
2 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder community and Tiger Fans, let's support our Seniors! Line the streets and cheer on our seniors as they parade through the park on their way to graduation! The graduation ceremony will be broadcast at 8 pm on SISD Youtube & Facebook channels. At the end of the parade route, graduates and their allotted guests will enter the south gate of Tiger Stadium where the graduate will walk the stage. Due to restraints from the Governor and TEA, only ticketed guests will be allowed to accompany the graduate to Tiger Stadium. However, the events will be broadcast at 8 pm on SISD Youtube & Facebook channels.
2 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Seniors & Senior Parents: Attached is the information regarding Graduation Parade/Ceremony specifics that will address several questions and concerns regarding your upcoming special day!!! Please note that this information is also on your Graduation Contract form that you will pick up when you return your technology device and items to SHS today or tomorrow. (unless you have contacted me regarding academic circumstances needing to complete).
2 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Class of 2020! During today’s press conference, Governor Abbott and TEA Commissioner Mike Morath announced guidelines for High School graduation. Snyder ISD is moving forward with plans to hold graduation outdoors at the Snyder High School football field on Friday, May 22, 2020, at 8.p.m. A graduation parade will be held beforehand. There will be assigned seating to ensure the safety of our students, staff, and families. We are working out the logistics of both events and will release more details by the end of this week.
2 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
It's a great day to be a Tiger! Join us for this week's edition of the SISD Weekly Updates. From Pre-K to P-tech, there is something for everyone! Find out more at https://www.smore.com/2yxmj
2 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The show must go on and it will! We are excited to announce the GTC hometown virtual performance of The Tempest. Tune in Saturday, May 9th at 7pm as we share the amazing talents of the SHS OAP cast and crew. Senior Night and Final Curtain Call will follow the performance.
2 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The SISD Weekly Update Newsletter is hot off the press! This week's edition contains updated information about the Class of 2020 graduation! https://www.smore.com/6dqh7
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
It's a great day to be a Tiger! Thank you for participating in our Snyder ISD Virtual Earth Day Challenge. Check out the video showing all of the amazing ways our families are taking care of our Earth this week and beyond! https://bit.ly/2VWCGWN
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Seniors: The Army Staff Sgt. Michael Murphrey Memorial Scholarship is now open. A brief history of this SHS Alumni and scholarship requirements are listed below. Please take the time to review the scholarship and apply today! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1esmoE_4KP2_hGAf453X3vLt5fpRUyVbs/view?usp=sharing
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Beginning this Friday, April 24th, Friday meal pickup will also include a breakfast and lunch for Saturday. There will be no meal pickup on Saturdays going forward. Reminder: Snyder ISD will provide FREE breakfast and lunch while the campuses are closed to students because of the COVID-19 virus. All children 18 years old and younger are eligible. Adult meals will be available for $2 and may be paid for with cash or check. Breakfast and lunch will be served to-go and will be available for pickup Monday - Friday from 11:30-1:00 pm while schools closed due to COVID-19.Curbside Pick-up locations: Curbside Pick-up locations: Snyder Primary School - Westside driveway (by cafetorium) Coliseum - 900 E Coliseum Dr. Travis Gym: 2605 Ave. M Greenhill Area: Andress and N.College Avenue.
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Some of our SISD teachers and students helped Mr. Maney with the Weekly STEM Challenge. Check out the video to see their efforts and learn more about the Snyder ISD Earth Day 50 Challenge going on this week! Click on the link below to get started and get some great ideas for participating! https://bit.ly/2XRuTwj Ready to submit pictures of your family participating in our Earth Day 50 Challenge? Click the link below! https://forms.gle/y3iDFwWyVyPdnngM6
3 months ago, SISD Communications
Janell Martin
Graduation Cap/Gown 2nd Chance Pickup..... today (April 21...10-11:30AM). TigerDrive ... drive up and we will deliver to you.... MUST have a $0-zero balance in HerffJones account... see you today!!!
3 months ago, Janell Martin
SISD Communications
Join us for this week's edition of the SISD Weekly Update Newsletter. https://www.smore.com/nhdsp
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Calling all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors! Due to an increase in interest, the Washington DC trip registration deadline has been extended! There are several ways to secure your registration. Take a look a the flyer below and register before May 1st! If you have any questions or concerns, please email our SHS sponsor Sheroke Meyer at smeyer@snyderisd.net.
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
It's hard to believe we are in the 4th week of At-Home Learning! Find out what Dr. Bland has to say about the progress and the much-anticipated future of the 2020 semester in this week's SISD Weekly Update Newsletter. https://www.smore.com/1c2t3
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Shout out to the team members at SISD's SFE for doing all they can to put our student's nutrition needs first! Attached is the tentative menu for the remainder of the month. Please keep in mind that food items are subject to change due to supply. If you have questions or know someone in need of services, please contact us at questions@snyderisd.net Have a great week SISD!
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Stay Well, Texas! Coughing & sneezing can send tiny infected droplets into the air which can be inhaled by anyone within 6 feet of us. Always cough or sneeze into a tissue or your elbow and immediately wash your hands to lessen the risk of spreading the virus. Be smart. Stay well! #StayHomeTexas Toser y estornudar puede llevar gotas infectadas al aire, que pueden ser inhaladas por personas que estén a 6 pies de ti. Siempre tosa o estornude en pañuelos desechables o en el codo y lávese las manos para disminuir la propagación del virus. ¡Mantente sano! #StayHomeTexas
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Stay Well,Texas #ApartWeStandTogether! People with no symptoms have the potential to unknowingly spread COVID-19! That’s why it’s best for everyone in your family to stay at home and away from others as much as possible until instructed otherwise from state and local officials. #StayHomeTexas ¡Las personas sin síntomas tienen el potencial de propagar COVID-19 sin saberlo! Por eso lo mejor para todos en su familia es quedarse en casa y lejos de los demás tanto como sea posible hasta que los funcionarios estatales y locales le indiquen lo contrario. #StayHomeTexas
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Please be watching your email regularly for Google Calendar invitations from either Ms. Beaver or Miss Early. These invitations will be where you confirm your time slot to discuss next year's schedule. Please click "Yes" when you receive your email invitation. Counselors will be working with the Class of 2021 first, then 2022, then 2023.
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
#COVID19 lives on droplets in the lungs of people with the virus, even if they don’t have symptoms. When infected people breathe, the virus enters the air. If you can’t #StayHome, wear a mask/scarf/bandana, stay 6 feet apart, and wash your hands. #DontGoViral #COVID19 vive de gotas en los pulmones de las personas con el virus incluso si no tienen síntomas.Cuando las personas contagiadas respiran, el virus entra al aire.Si no puedes quedarte en casa #StayHome, use una bufanda/pañuelo, manténgase a 6 pies de distancia y lávese las
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Good morning SISD! It's a great day to be a Tiger! We are roaring through our 3rd week of At-Home Learning and we are adjusting well! Be sure to stop by the Digital Backpack on the At-Home Learning Hub and take a tour of the new layout! SISD STEM Directory Ryan Maney has loaded up the backpack with fantastic virtual learning opportunities! Don't' forget to check out this week's STEM Challenge! Jump in and let's explore!! https://sites.google.com/snyderisd.net/snyder-isd-digital-backpack/home
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Good morning SISD! It's a great day to be a Tiger! We are roaring through our 3rd week of At-Home Learning and we are adjusting well! Be sure to stop by the Digital Backpack on the At-Home Learning Hub and take a tour of the new layout! SISD STEM Directory Ryan Maney has loaded up the backpack with fantastic virtual learning opportunities! Don't' forget to check out this week's STEM Challenge! Jump in and let's explore!! https://sites.google.com/s…/snyder-isd-digital-backpack/home
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The SISD Weekly Updates Newsletter is now available. From COVID-19 updates to the 2020-2021 school calendar we are here to better inform you! We hope you have a great week! Stay home and stay well! https://www.smore.com/3cdkv Update from Dr. Bland I know not being together at school every day has been quite an adjustment. This is new for all of us and we will...
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Attached is this week's lunch and breakfast menu for the week of April 6-11. Please note: The menu may change depending on supply.
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Common symptoms of #COVID19 are fever, dry cough, & shortness of breath. If you have mild symptoms, call your doctor & #StayHome. If you develop serious symptoms, such as trouble breathing, pressure in the chest, or bluish lips or face, call your doctor & seek care immediately. Los síntomas comunes de #COVID19 son fiebre, tos seca y dificultad para respirar.Si tiene síntomas leves, llame a su médico y quedate en casa.Si desarrolla síntomas graves, como dificultad para respirar o presión en el pecho, busque atención médica de inmediato. #StayHome
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
English Common symptoms of #COVID19 are fever, dry cough, & shortness of breath. If you have mild symptoms, call your doctor & #StayHome. If you develop serious symptoms, such as trouble breathing, pressure in the chest, or bluish lips or face, call your doctor & seek care immediately. Spanish Los síntomas comunes de #COVID19 son fiebre, tos seca y dificultad para respirar.Si tiene síntomas leves, llame a su médico y quedate en casa.Si desarrolla síntomas graves, como dificultad para respirar o presión en el pecho, busque atención médica de inmediato. #StayHome
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Before social distancing, each person with #COVID19 spread the virus to 2.5 more people. At that pace, most would get it, and many more people would die. But we can slow the spread. That’s why we all #StayHome. #ApartTogether we slow coronavirus. Antes del distanciamiento social, cada persona con #COVID19 transmitió el virus a 2.5 personas.A ese ritmo, muchas personas se contagiarían, y muchas personas morirían.Pero podemos retrasar la propagación.Por eso todos quedemonos en casa y paremos el Coronavirus.#ApartTogether
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
You can spread #COVID19 without knowing you have it. Whether you have symptoms or not, #StayHome. If you have to go out, wear a mask/bandana/scarf, regularly wash your hands, and stay 6 feet apart. We must stay #ApartTogether to slow coronavirus. https://tea.texas.gov/staywell Puede propagar #COVID19 sin saber que lo tiene.Ya sea que tenga síntomas o no, quedate en casa.Si tiene que salir, use una bandana/bufanda, lávese las manos regularmente y manténgase a 6 pies de distancia.Debemos permanecer separados #ApartTogether.tea.texas.gov/mantentebientejas
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Good morning SISD! You hear it all the time during flu season: wash your hands to prevent the spread of flu. You may have heard advice encouraging you to do the same to stop the spread of COVID-19. But do you know why this simple practice works so effectively? Washing your hands with soap and water breaks up the molecules of the virus and washes them away, preventing the virus from infecting you or others. To be able to effectively and reliably break up the virus cells, you must wash your hands thoroughly and vigorously for at least 20 seconds. Doing this can be incredibly effective! In fact, a study showed that when a group of elementary aged school children participated in supervised handwashing 2-4 times per day, the spread of a similar virus was reduced by 47% While it is important to wash your hands, it is also important that we all regularly disinfect surfaces. COVID-19 has been shown to live for up to three days on various surfaces. If you must leave your home for essential services, be sure to wash your hands as soon as you return and disinfect any surfaces you may have touched. If someone in your home is ill, it’s also important to regularly disinfect. Applying soap and water plus commonly used disinfectants to frequently touched surfaces will break up the virus and carry it away, in the same way soap kills and carries away the virus on your hands. We hope you and your family are able to regularly take these simple steps, which will help prevent the spread of COVID-19, and help your family to stay well. For more information on preventing the spread of COVID-19, visit www.tea.texas.gov/staywell. Stay healthy, Your friends at SISD
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Practice Social Distancing To avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our community, practice social distancing: • Avoid going out in public • When in public, keep six feet of distance between you and others • Follow guidance provided by local and state officials. Get more information at https://texas.gov/covid19 #covid19 #texasstrong #stayhome Practica el distanciamiento social Para prevenir la propagación de COVID-19 en nuestra comunidad, practique el distanciamiento social: • Evite salir en público • Cuando esté en público, mantenga una distancia de seis pies entre usted y los demás. • Seguir las recomendaciones de los funcionarios locales y estatales. Obtenga más información en https://texas.gov/covid19 # covid19 #texasfuerte #quedateencasa
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Practice Social Distancing To avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our community, practice social distancing: • Avoid going out in public • When in public, keep six feet of distance between you and others • Follow guidance provided by local and state officials. Get more information at https://texas.gov/covid19 #covid19 #texasstrong #stayhome Practice Social Distancing To avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our community, practice social distancing: • Avoid going out in public • When in public, keep six feet of distance between you and others • Follow the guidance provided by local and state officials.... See More Practice Social Distancing To avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our community, practice social distancing: • Avoid going out in public • When in public, keep six feet of distance between you and others • Follow the guidance provided by local and state officials. Get more information at https://texas.gov/covid19 #covid19 #texasstrong #stayhome Practice social distancing To prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community, practice social distancing: • Avoid going out in public • When in public, keep a six foot distance between yourself and others. • Follow the recommendations of local and state officials. Learn more at https://texas.gov/covid19 # covid19 #texasfuerte #quedateencasa
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The SISD community must work together to fight COVID-19. Head to http://tea.texas.gov/staywell for vitally important public health guidance to stop the spread. If we stand apart as a community now, we will be together again soon. The SISD community must work as a team to fight COVID-19. Visit the page Https://tea.texas.gov/mantentebien for vital information on how to stop contagion. If we stay apart now, we'll be together sooner.
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The SISD community must work together to fight COVID-19. Head to http://tea.texas.gov/staywell for vitally important public health guidance to stop the spread. If we stand apart as a community now, we will be together again soon. La comunidad del SISD debe trabajar en equipo para luchar contra COVID-19. Visite la página Https://tea.texas.gov/mantentebien para obtener información vital sobre como detener el contagio. Si nos mantenemos separados ahora, estaremos juntos más pronto.
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Mr. Maney, our STEM Coordinator, has taken part in another fantastic At-Home STEM Learning Experience and he wanted to share with our SISD Family! Texas 4-H is offering FREE Virtual Space Camp for students. Each week is new activities and an opportunity to work virtually with students from all over the world! Check out the Facebook link to get your family registered and learn alongside Mr. Maney! https://www.facebook.com/Texas4HTech/photos/a.149780521700020/3116497845028258/?type=3&theater
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Do you have questions on how grades will be calculated during this time and or summer learning options? SISD Assistant Superintendent Rachael McClain and Public Information Officer Valerie Morris will host a live Q&A Wednesday, April 1st at 10:00 am on the SISD Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SnyderIsd/. In an effort to be better prepared, please email your questions to questions@snyderisd.net. We look forward to hearing from you!
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Governor Abbott announced that schools will remain closed until May 4, 2020, due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We had prepared for this possibility and will continue with the virtual education platform we have established through the At-Home Learning Hub. If you are unable to access your child’s schoolwork online, please call 325-574-8900 or email questions@snyderisd.net to discuss options. We appreciate the support you have shown our staff and most of all, your support to continue your child’s education. Meal service will continue as will the virtual wifi hotspots. We will continue to keep you updated and encourage you to reach out to us anytime.
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Do you have questions on how grades will be calculated during this time? Information on grading and summer learning programs can be found on the SISD website at: https://www.snyderisd.net/o/snyder-ci/page/grading--4 If your student is having difficulty, we are here to help. Please contact your child's campus or email questions@snyderisd.net.
3 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Ready, Set, HERE WE GO!! SISD is excited to announce the At-Home Learning Hub. Online instruction will begin on Monday, March 23 for all SISD students! Our staff and faculty have worked extremely hard this week in preparation for this launch date. Fear not! We have put in place a complete resource directory for parents and students. After reading this post, please take the time to tour the SISD At-Home Learning Hub located at http://snyderisdtx.apptegy.us/o/snyder. First things first, watch the SISD At-Home Learning Hub Explanation Video before visiting any of the platforms. Families, students can expect contact from their teachers at least three times a week. This will be through the communication methods listed below: Phone Individual campus offices and central office numbers will be answered between the hours of 8 am - 4 pm Monday - Friday. Central Office 325-574-8900 Snyder Primary School 325-574-8600 Snyder Intermediate School 325-574-8650 Snyder Junior High School 325-574-8700 Snyder High School 325-574-8800 Food Service 325-574-8620 Special Education Questions 325-574-8686 Athletics: 325-574-8831 Staff may be trying to contact you by phone, please be sure to allow blocked calls and answer No Caller ID numbers. ••If you speak Spanish and need translation your call will be routed to the appropriate person. Email In addition to the campus-specific communication methods listed below, all teachers will be available to communicate via Snyder ISD email. Email lists can be found by visiting Snyderisd.net, clicking on schools to select your child’s campus, and then clicking on the staff icon at the top of the menu. General Questions: questions@snyderisd.net
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Attached is this week's lunch and breakfast menu. Please note: The menu may change depending on supply.
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Good morning SISD! The Weekly Updates Newsletter is back and hot off the press! SISD Superintendent Eddie Bland and SISD board of trustee president Ralph Ramon have a very special message for you this morning! In this week's updates you will also find a few videos from other special people in our district! Tune in and learn more at: https://www.smore.com/5azw1
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder ISD and Responsive Education Solutions Announce Junior High Leadership for the 2020-2021 School Year Snyder, TX, March 28, 2020-- Snyder ISD and Responsive Education Solutions, the largest charter school system in the state, have formalized a partnership for the 2020-21 academic school year. Dr. Alan Wimberley, the Chief Education Architect from ResponsiveEd states, “While a relationship between a nonprofit charter school company and a traditional school district would seem to be difficult at best, the educators in the community are carving a new path, and forging fresh ground, for other educators to follow.” Leaders from ResponsiveEd and SISD believe 2020-2021 will prove to be the most exciting and successful year for Snyder Junior High School. While the TEA has listed Snyder Junior High as “Improvement Required” for the past five years, the partnership is seen as a positive change for campus culture and outcomes. Dr. Wimberley states, “From day one, I genuinely know that Snyder educators will resolve Snyder issues. However, I’m also proud to lead in this effort because the educators and community here are already making me feel welcomed and I’m excited to commit all of my energy and time to be in Snyder. Dr. Wimberley is pleased to announce the 2020-2021Team of Deans for the junior high. Snyder Junior High Head of School: Jerry Russell Dean of Academics: Rebecca Mebane Dean of Operations: Joshua Parker Dean of Instruction: Brittany Arellano Dean of Students: Dr. Keith Parker Dean of Academic Advising: To be announced Dean of Athletics: Garrett Tiner Dean of Premier Academy: Seth Summers This Team of Deans will manage the daily academic and operations of the campus. Dr. Wimberley will serve as the education architect and will focus on the instructional and learning capacity of the school. The junior high campus will implement the IQ Precision Mastery Learning System which will leverage the best of teachers and technology to offer students the most optimum learning environment possible. “I’ve already been so impressed with the talent and capacity I’ve seen in Snyder educators, I am fully confident in their ability to do whatever it takes for kids here. Make no mistake. We will be successful,” Dr. Wimberley states. “But this will not happen because of me. It will happen because of us.” ResponsiveEd has been developing innovative learning systems for the past 18 years. Jerry Russell, newly appointed Head of Schools states, “ResponsiveEd will bring a fresh, successful, proven system of education that will be a roadmap for the future and a template for the best we can offer for future generations.” The leadership of Snyder ISD, as well as the leadership at Responsive Education Solutions, are excited for the partnership and the opportunity to do more for kids here in our community. For more information: Contact Snyder ISD Public Information Officer, Valerie Morris at 325-574-8900
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder ISD and Responsive Education Solutions Announce Junior High Leadership for the 2020-2021 School Year Snyder, TX, March 28, 2020-- Snyder ISD and Responsive Education Solutions, the largest charter school system in the state, are formalizing a partnership for the 2020-21 academic school year. Dr. Alan Wimberley, the Chief Education Architect from ResponsiveEd states, “While a relationship between a nonprofit charter school company and a traditional school district would seem to be difficult at best, the educators in the community are carving a new path, and forging fresh ground, for other educators to follow.” Leaders from ResponsiveEd and SISD believe 2020-2021 will prove to be the most exciting and successful year for Snyder Junior High School. While the TEA has listed Snyder Junior High as “Improvement Required” for the past five years, the partnership is seen as a positive change for campus culture and outcomes. Dr. Wimberley states, “From day one, I genuinely know that Snyder educators will resolve Snyder issues. However, I’m also proud to lead in this effort because the educators and community here are already making me feel welcomed and I’m excited to commit all of my energy and time to be in Snyder. Dr. Wimberley is pleased to announce the 2020-2021Team of Deans for the junior high. Snyder Junior High Head of School: Jerry Russell Dean of Academics: Rebecca Mebane Dean of Operations: Joshua Parker Dean of Instruction: Brittany Arellano Dean of Students: Dr. Keith Parker Dean of Academic Advising: To be announced Dean of Athletics: Garrett Tiner Dean of Premier Academy: Seth Summers This Team of Deans will manage the daily academic and operations of the campus. Dr. Wimberley will serve as the education architect and will focus on the instructional and learning capacity of the school. The junior high campus will implement the IQ Precision Mastery Learning System which will leverage the best of teachers and technology to offer students the most optimum learning environment possible. “I’ve already been so impressed with the talent and capacity I’ve seen in Snyder educators, I am fully confident in their ability to do whatever it takes for kids here. Make no mistake. We will be successful,” Dr. Wimberley states. “But this will not happen because of me. It will happen because of us.” ResponsiveEd has been developing innovative learning systems for the past 18 years. Jerry Russell, newly appointed Head of Schools states, “ResponsiveEd will bring a fresh, successful, proven system of education that will be a roadmap for the future and a template for the best we can offer for future generations.” The leadership of Snyder ISD, as well as the leadership at Responsive Education Solutions, are excited for the partnership and the opportunity to do more for kids here in our community. For more information: Contact Snyder ISD Public Information Officer, Valerie Morris at 325-574-8900
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder ISD and Responsive Education Solutions Announce Junior High Leadership for the 2020-2021 School Year Snyder, TX, March 28, 2020-- Snyder ISD and Responsive Education Solutions, the largest charter school system in the state, are formalizing a partnership for the 2020-21 academic school year. Dr. Alan Wimberley, the Chief Education Architect from ResponsiveEd states, “While a relationship between a nonprofit charter school company and a traditional school district would seem to be difficult at best, the educators in the community are carving a new path, and forging fresh ground, for other educators to follow.” Leaders from ResponsiveEd and SISD believe 2020-2021 will prove to be the most exciting and successful year for Snyder Junior High School. While the TEA has listed Snyder Junior High as “Improvement Required” for the past five years, the partnership is seen as a positive change for campus culture and outcomes. Dr. Wimberley states, “From day one, I genuinely know that Snyder educators will resolve Snyder issues. However, I’m also proud to lead in this effort because the educators and community here are already making me feel welcomed and I’m excited to commit all of my energy and time to be in Snyder. Dr. Wimberley is pleased to announce the 2020-2021Team of Deans for the junior high. Snyder Junior High Head of School: Jerry Russell Dean of Academics: Rebecca Mebane Dean of Operations: Joshua Parker Dean of Instruction: Brittany Arellano Dean of Students: Dr. Keith Parker Dean of Academic Advising: To be announced Dean of Athletics: Garrett Tiner Dean of Premier Academy: Seth Summers This Team of Deans will manage the daily academic and operations of the campus. Dr. Wimberley will serve as the education architect and will focus on the instructional and learning capacity of the school. The junior high campus will implement the IQ Precision Mastery Learning System which will leverage the best of teachers and technology to offer students the most optimum learning environment possible. “I’ve already been so impressed with the talent and capacity I’ve seen in Snyder educators, I am fully confident in their ability to do whatever it takes for kids here. Make no mistake. We will be successful,” Dr. Wimberley states. “But this will not happen because of me. It will happen because of us.” ResponsiveEd has been developing innovative learning systems for the past 18 years. Jerry Russell, newly appointed Head of Schools states, “ResponsiveEd will bring a fresh, successful, proven system of education that will be a roadmap for the future and a template for the best we can offer for future generations.” The leadership of Snyder ISD, as well as the leadership at Responsive Education Solutions, are excited for the partnership and the opportunity to do more for kids here in our community. For more information: Contact Snyder ISD Public Information Officer, Valerie Morris at 325-574-8900
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Ready, Set, HERE WE GO!! SISD is excited to announce the At-Home Learning Hub. Online instruction will begin on Monday, March 23 for all SISD students! Our staff and faculty have worked extremely hard this week in preparation for this launch date. Fear not! We have put in place a complete resource directory for parents and students. After reading this post, please take the time to tour the SISD At-Home Learning Hub located at https://www.snyderisd.net/o/snyd…/page/online-instruction--2 First things first, watch the SISD At-Home Learning Hub Explanation Video before visiting any of the platforms. Families, students can expect contact from their teachers at least three times a week. This will be through the communication methods listed below: Phone Individual campus offices and central office numbers will be answered between the hours of 8 am - 4 pm Monday - Friday. Central Office 325-574-8900 Snyder Primary School 325-574-8600 Snyder Intermediate School 325-574-8650 Snyder Junior High School 325-574-8700 Snyder High School 325-574-8800 Food Service 325-574-8620 Special Education Questions 325-574-8686 Athletics: 325-574-8831 Staff may be trying to contact you by phone, please be sure to allow blocked calls and answer No Caller ID numbers. ••If you speak Spanish and need translation your call will be routed to the appropriate person. Email In addition to the campus-specific communication methods listed below, all teachers will be available to communicate via Snyder ISD email. Email lists can be found by visiting Snyderisd.net, clicking on schools to select your child’s campus, and then clicking on the staff icon at the top of the menu. General Questions: questions@snyderisd.net
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder High School- Are you ready to begin online instruction? Be sure to check out the At-Home Learning Hub on the SISD website. Your direct link to the SHS hub is https://sites.google.com/snyderisd.net/shsdistancelearning/home
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder ISD will provide FREE breakfast and lunch while the campuses are closed to students because of the COVID-19 virus. All children 18 years old and younger are eligible. Adult meals will be available for $2 and may be paid for with cash or check. Breakfast and lunch will be served to-go and will be available for pickup Monday - Saturday, March 23rd - April 3rd, from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm. Menus and curb side pick up locations can be found at https://bit.ly/2QCOoEa
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Online instruction will begin on Monday, March 23rd. A help desk hotline has been set up for 8th -12th graders. If at any time you need assistance, please contact us! We are here to help!​​
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Attached is the correct link for the Snyder ISD At Home Learning Hub Explanation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ys7RtLYs5CI&t=5s
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SFE Foodservice will provide free breakfast and lunch for students 18 & under. Monday - Saturday March 23rd - April 3rd 11:30am - 1:00pm Curbside Pick-up locations: Snyder Primary School - Westside driveway (by cafetorium) Coliseum - 900 E Coliseum Dr. Travis Gym: 2605 Ave. M Greenhill Area: Andreas and N.College Avenue. All meals will be served to-go. For questions call: 325-574-8620 or email questions@snyderisd.net
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The SISD Broadcasting team will be going live at 1:00. Anticipated guests are officials from Cogdell Memorial. Please tune in! https://www.facebook.com/SnyderISDBroadcasting/?modal=admin_todo_tour
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Parents, we hope this collective schedule will help you as you prepare to pick up necessary academic needs from your student's campuses. Please remember at the SIS, SPS and SJHS campuses you are asked to stay in your vehicles and allow the staff to assist you. SHS will utilize the glass office only. Thank you for your flexibility and teamwork! Click on the link for the collective schedule. http://bit.ly/3dfLAGH
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder High School students with devices at the SHS campus are asked to make plans to retrieve their device on Thursday, March 19th (11th and 12 graders) and Friday, March 20th (9th and 10th graders). If you are in need of repairs you can drop off your device on these dates and times as well. Please follow the schedule below. Online instruction will begin on Monday, March 23rd. Technology Device PICK-UP/delivery for repair Schedule ***SHS Glass Office Entrance- ONLY*** Thursday, March 19th 12th A-G 12:00-12:30 H-M 12:30-1:00 N-T 1:00-1:30 V-Z 1:30-2:00 11th A-G 2:00-2:30 H-M 2:30-3:00 N-T 3:00-3:30 U-Z 3:30-4:00 Friday, March 20th 10th A-G 8:00-8:30 H-M 8:30-9:00 N-T 9:00-9:30 U-Z 9:30-10:00 9th A-G 10:00-10:30 H-M 10:30-11:00 N-T 11:00-11:30 U-Z 11:30-12:00
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
3/18 SISD Update: Snyder ISD families, thank you for your patience as we make these important decisions to protect the health of our students, staff, and community. We have made the decision to remain closed through Friday, April 3rd. On Wednesday, April 1st, we will make a decision whether or not to reopen the week of April 6th. Expect a call over the next few days from your child’s teacher with information. If you have not heard from your child’s teacher by Friday, March, 20th at 12 pm, please contact your child’s school. Again, we will remain closed through Friday, April 3rd. If you have any questions please contact your child’s school or email questions@snyderisd.net.
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Be sure to tune in to the SISD Broadcasting FB page at http://bit.ly/2J0Zfn6 or KSNY Radio for today's 4:30 SISD update. SHS principal Janell Martin will be one of the guests on today's show. Be sure to send your questions to questions@snyderisd.net.
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
All dual credit students at SHS should be watching for email communications from your proctors. Seniors in TSI prep class (math or reading) should expect an email as well.
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
In response to the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic, Altice USA has taken several steps to ensure that Americans within the communities we serve have reliable access to high-speed broadband connectivity to keep them connected to the people, information, and resources they rely on. Altice USA is committed to helping schools and students stay connected during this unprecedented time. For households with K-12 and/or college students who may be displaced due to school closures and who do not currently have home internet access, we are offering our Altice Advantage 30 Mbps broadband solution for free for 60 days to any new customer household within our footprint. Starting Monday, March 16, 2020, eligible households interested in this solution can call: 866-200-9522 to enroll in Optimum region 888-633-0030 to enroll in Suddenlink region Please click on the link below for more information. http://bit.ly/2WhXwlv ** This is not a product of SISD or related to services provided by SISD. We are simply sharing the information.**
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SISD March 17th Update: Snyder ISD families, We appreciate your patience as we navigate these uncharted waters. We do not take these decisions lightly as they have a tremendous impact on our community. Snyder ISD leaders have made the decision to remain closed to students through Friday, March 20th so teachers can prepare for long-term online learning options. We will make a decision regarding reopening Friday, March, 20th. Expect a call over the next few days from your child’s teacher with information. If you have not heard from your child’s teacher by Friday, March, 20th at 12 pm, please contact your child’s school. Eddie Bland, Ed.D.
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SHS/WTC welding: Your class will run as normal starting tomorrow (Tuesday, March 17th). All online and other WTC dual credit classes should be on standby for developing updates. Thank you for being flexible throughout this process!
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SHS: The PSAT 10 test for Wednesday, March 18th will be rescheduled. More info will be announced when it becomes available.
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Attached is the official TEA announcement regarding STAAR Testing. Thank you for your patience as we continue to keep you updated!
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Update from Snyder ISD - March 15, 2020 SISD families, I know you are eager to hear an update from our district. Over the weekend, SISD officials have been in regular communication with the Texas Education Agency (TEA), Scurry County Health Unit, and medical experts. As of Sunday, March 15th, Scurry County does not have any confirmed active Coronavirus/COVID-19 cases that would lead us to close the school. Currently, we plan to reopen schools for students on Wednesday, March 18th. The safety and well being of our students is of the highest priority to our district. We have significantly increased our preventive measures and are closely monitoring students and staff for health symptoms. We understand that all of our families have concerns. Some of you will want to keep your kids home and some of you will want to send your children to school. We are working on plans for all of you. We want to empower you as parents to make the call whether or not to send your child to school during this time. This situation is changing rapidly, should a full-school closure become necessary, we will notify you as soon as possible. For parents who want to keep their children at home. Your child’s absence will be excused if you choose to keep your child home because of concerns with COVID-19/Coronavirus. School notification: Please complete the Student Absence Notification Form to notify the district of your plans to keep your child home. It is available on our website and social media page. Alternate education options: Our staff is working hard to provide you with resources to continue your child’s education at home. We do not want students to fall behind. Parents/guardians should commit to facilitating instructional support and time for students to complete coursework. Instructions for accessing instructional material will be provided by Monday, March 23rd. Student meals: We are working with our Food Services Department on a plan to provide meals to students whose parents elect to keep their child at home due to COVID-19/Coronavirus concerns. For parents who want to send their children to school. We are making operational adjustments to provide the safest and healthiest environment possible. Hydration: Water fountains are covered to reduce the risk of spreading germs. However, to encourage proper hydration, we are requesting parents to send water bottles with students. Water bottles will be provided to students who do not have one. Some campuses are equipped with bottle fillers and those will be left open for use. Health & hygiene education: Nursing staff and teachers will review hygiene practices with students and reinforce healthy habits throughout the day. Disinfecting/cleaning: Custodial staff will clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces and fill soap and sanitizer dispensers throughout the day. The E-mist disinfectant system will be used on buses and in classrooms daily after the kids have left. Mealtimes: The cafeteria will serve meals for breakfast and lunch, as usual. Lunchtimes may be altered to allow for more distance between students. Campus visitation policy: Beginning Wednesday, March 18th, SISD will temporarily limit ALL campus visitors, including parents and volunteers. Parents will only be allowed on campus to pick up or drop off their children. If a parent meeting is scheduled, they will be required to complete check-in and check out at the office or campus clinic. Parent participation in Admission Review Dismissal (ARD), RtI, 504, or LPAC meetings will continue on campus as usual, but participants will be subject to screening. Snyder ISD along with school districts around the world are facing unprecedented circumstances. We appreciate your patience as we do our absolute best to accommodate all students during this time. This is a rapidly changing situation. As soon as we have information available we will get it out to you as quickly as possible. Student Absence Notification Form: http://bit.ly/2IPGZxi
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Reminder! There is no school for students tomorrow and Tuesday. All faculty and staff will be reporting to their respective campuses. SISD administration will be making announcements throughout the day and the days to come. Please stay vigilant as we do our best to communicate with you. If you have not filled out the student travel survey embedded within the SISD Weekly Update newsletter, please click on the link below and fill out the form. http://bit.ly/33jn82C
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Parents, Embedded within this week's newsletter is a student travel reporting survey. This form takes a little under a minute to complete and is located below. Please let us know about your student's travel during the month of March by completing this student travel survey. The safety of our staff and students is imperative. Your results will be for internal use only and will help us make important decisions over the next few weeks. Please submit a form for each of your children enrolled in SISD.Click http://bit.ly/33jn82C to fill out the form.
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The SISD Weekly Update Newsletter is packed with information and updates on the recent developments surrounding us. Superintendent Eddie Bland and staff are working hard to keep everyone up to date. Please take the time to read the newsletter in its entirety. Staff and faculty will be teaming together on Monday and Tuesday for preventive measures planning. Dr. Bland will be making announcements throughout the next few days with updated information. https://www.smore.com/95bfd
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The 3/16 AIM For Success Parent Meeting has been cancelled. We will announce the reschedule date when it is available.
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SISD officials have decided to hold a teacher workday on Monday, March 16th and Tuesday, March 17th to plan and prepare should we need to offer instruction online or by alternative methods. This will also give SISD administration an opportunity to identify and communicate with staff and families who have traveled to areas where COVID-19/Coronavirus has been identified.
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Message from SISD Superintendent, Dr. Eddie Bland Good afternoon parents, students, and community members, I know many of you have questions about the Coronavirus / COVID-19 and how it will impact our schools. We are doing our best to prevent and plan. We receive updates throughout the day from multiple sources and we send SISD representatives to the Scurry County Coronavirus Taskforce meetings. The task force meets multiple times a week and consists of over 15 professionals including physicians and staff members from Cogdell Memorial Hospital, Scurry County EMS, Scurry County Health Unit, and Snyder ISD. Thursday morning, I personally met with officials from Cogdell Memorial Hospital and the Scurry County Health Unit to hear the latest on the COVID-19 virus. On Friday, March 13th, we will hold a meeting with district leadership to discuss options and continue planning for a variety of scenarios. Currently, the district is following the recommendation of the CDC and focusing on prevention. We will continue disinfecting the school buildings and busses thoroughly. Custodial staff is disinfecting high-touch surfaces and filling soap and sanitizer dispensers throughout the day. The E-mist disinfectant system is used in designated areas. Will school be canceled? As of today, the district plans to resume classes on Monday, March 16th. We will closely monitor the situation, and should it become necessary to cancel school in the future, we will notify families via text, the Snyder Tigers app, email, website, local media stations, and social media accounts. •What if I’m worried someone in my family has been exposed to COVID-19? If you feel they may have been exposed while traveling during Spring Break, please contact the Scurry County Health Unit or your physician for direction. •What if my child is sick or I think they may be sick? Families should follow standard procedures for illness upon returning from spring break (and any time your child has been sick). •Fever: Students must be free of fever for 24 hours without Tylenol or Advil. •Vomiting or Diarrhea: If your child is vomiting or had diarrhea, they should not return to school until those issues have been resolved for 24 hours. •Students on Antibiotics: Students who receive antibiotics for an illness should wait 24 hours after the first dose of antibiotics and after the last instance of vomiting or diarrhea before returning to school. Again, if anyone feels they may have been exposed to COVID-19 while traveling during Spring Break, please contact the Scurry County Health Unit or your physician for direction. All of these guidelines apply to our staff as well. Because this is a developing situation, we will provide updates as soon as they become available. For more information on the COVID-19 virus, please visit the CDC website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html Eddie Bland, Ed.D. Superintendent Snyder ISD 325-574-8900
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The SISD Weekly Updates Newsletter is hot off the press! Get a glimpse of the goodness at https://www.smore.com/g12s5
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The results are in! Congratulations to the 2020-2021 SHS Cheer Squads!
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Reminder! Tomorrow, Friday, March 6th is a Professional Development Day. No school for the students! Spring Break begins on Monday, March 9th. We will see everyone back on Monday, March 16th! Enjoy your break!
4 months ago, SISD Communications
Janell Martin
Congratulations 🐾SHS!! 🎭 District 5-AAAA OneAct Play Results.. Outstanding individual Technician.. Noah Grant Outstanding Technical Crew.... Snyder High School Honorable Mention Allstar Cast.... Brence Jasso, Allstar Cast... Whitney Tubb, Jaden West, Will Haley Best Performer.... Colin Guynes Advancing Plays... Midland Greenwood, Snyder, Sweetwater
4 months ago, Janell Martin
SISD Communications
SHS-Reminder! The schedule for Thursday, March 5th will be slightly altered! Please be prepared!
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Reminder!! The senior parking lot is closed today. Seniors please park elsewhere today. Your cooperation is appreciated. SHS OAP should be taking the stage close to 4:00 this afternoon. Break legs GTC!
4 months ago, SISD Communications
Jennifer Rosas
It’s a great day at the Cube! We hope to see you at the incoming 9th grade parent/student meeting on March 5th! See you at the Cube (SHS Room 111) at 6:00pm.
4 months ago, Jennifer Rosas
SISD Communications
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! Snyder Primary students are making reading a daily habit and a passion! If you missed this video in our recent Weekly Updates Newsletter, please be sure to tune in today and celebrate reading with our primary students! #FosterALove4Reading! http://bit.ly/2TIWvA7
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! Snyder Primary students are making reading a daily habit and a passion! If you missed this video in our recent Weekly Updates Newsletter, please be sure to tune in today and celebrate reading with our primary students! #FosterALove4Reading! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jgAm9RwWZk&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR28j1l43TO-8SakOXKnUZarhAm9BB19XjqkZBUgcFKl0fs9KjP4zGSxGTU
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Seniors: Class dues are due on March 6th. Those that will be attending the steak supper & the all night party must pay class dues. NO LATE PAYMENT WILL BE TAKEN!! If you cannot pay dues and you want to attend please see Dalma Rodriguez or Wendy Hunter.
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The senior parking lot will be closed Wednesday, March 4th. Please be advised!
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SPRING BREAK INCLUDES BONUS A BONUS DAY! Spring break is on the calendar for March 9th-13th. Don't forget about the extra day off for students on March 6th. This will be a PD day for staff and faculty.
4 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder High School: You will have a schedule change on Thursday, March 5th. Please take a close look at the attachment and be prepared.
4 months ago, SISD Communications
Janell Martin
Bi-District Champions!! 🐯🐾55-35 against Iowa Park
5 months ago, Janell Martin
SISD Communications
Incoming 9th graders and parents: Were you unable to attend one of the previous parent/student PTECH meetings? Do you or your student have unanswered questions about pathways and endorsements? Dive deeper into the scheduling opportunities for your incoming 9th grader and join us at The Cube (C^3) Connect/Room 111 at the SHS campus on Thursday, March 5th. The meeting will begin at 6:00 pm. We look forward to helping you and your student prepare for a promising future at SHS!
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
TEXAS READS ONE BOOK-SPONSORED BY SISD ACE will take place TONIGHT from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the SPS Cafetorium! Join SISD ACE and make reading fun during the district literacy night! The SISD ACE sponsored camping themed family night will consist of a chapter reading from the book "Lemonade Crimes," followed by some games and activities. Open to ALL ages!
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Good afternoon SISD! We hope you are enjoying our Weekly Updates! There are many great things going on throughout the district. These are just the tip of the iceberg! English version -https://www.smore.com/enucy Spanish version https://www.smore.com/gaqu4
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Making choices for a brighter future! 8th graders at Snyder Junior High are in the process of preparing their schedule for the 20/21 year! SHS counselors Emily Beaver and Krisi Early have spent an extensive amount of time at the SJHS campus ensuring that each student is on the pathway best designed to meet the endorsement chosen by the student. Great teamwork!
5 months ago, SISD Communications
Janell Martin
Congratulations to Lady Tigers... Bi-District Champions beating Burkburnett 40-22🐾💛🐾. Area playoff game will be on Thursday at 6PM in Eastland against Argyle
5 months ago, Janell Martin
SISD Communications
Congratulations to the SHS Lady Tigers on their Bi-District win over Burkburnett! The 40-22 win has advanced the ladies to the Area competition. Tip off will be Thursday, February 20th at 6pm against the Argyle Lady Eagles at Eastland High School (900 W. Plummer St. Eastland, Texas).
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder ISD Communications is excited to announce our weekly newsletter! Within the newsletter you will find quick links to the school lunch menu, important upcoming changes/events and of course and an update on SISD from Superintendent Eddie Bland. Be sure to pay close attention to the Ask Us! section located at the bottom of the newsletter. Your feedback is important to us! Click Weekly Update to get your first edition today!
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Tiger Soccer Fans! Tonight's games have been moved to 5:00pm. Grab your sweethearts and head out to Tiger Stadium and cheer on our SHS Tiger soccer players!
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Join SISD ACE and make reading fun during the district literacy night! The SISD ACE sponsored camping themed family night will consist of a chapter reading from the book "Lemonade Crimes," followed by some games and activities. Open to ALL ages!
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Reminder! Monday, February 17th is a professional development day for staff and faculty. No school for the students! Tuesday, February 18th will begin the 5th six weeks.
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Seniors: Chocolate fundraiser money is due Friday, Feb. 14th. Please turn your money in at the counselors office.
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The Feb.7th mandatory cheer meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 12th at 7pm. The meeting will be held in the SHS cafeteria. All cheer participants and a legal parent/guardian must be in attendance. Please email DRodriguez@snyderisd.net if you have questions or concerns.
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Valentine's Day is coming up and love is in the air! Parents, we know you want to shower your students with gifts of adoration, however, please keep in mind deliveries will not be sent to your student in the classrooms. This becomes a distraction to the educational environment. Deliveries will be held in the office at each campus or other locations if necessary and will need to be retrieved by the student at the end of the day.
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder High School will host the annual Sweetheart Coronation on February 12th. The event is open to the public and will begin at 8:15 am. Guests are asked to arrive on time and use the Worsham Auditorium entrance.
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Prom planning is in full swing! Parents and juniors are asked to attend the prom planning meeting Thursday at 7pm in the cafeteria. The success of the prom depends on the help provided!
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Parents of incoming 9th-graders are encouraged to attend tonight's 6:00 pm P-Tech information meeting at SJHS CAFETORIUM. Attending this meeting will help you to assist your students in narrowing down their pathway and endorsements as they embark on their journey at Snyder High School. If you are unable to attend, please review the information provided on the website. You will find this information on the website under the parent tab. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Jennifer Rosas at jrosas@snyderisd.net
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
La nieve se está derritiendo rápidamente y seguirá mientras prosigue el día, pero con las temperaturas helando esta noche congelara las carreteras haciendolo dificil para conducir. Condiciones de carreteras congeladas causará que iniciemos clases tarde el Viernes 7 de Febrero, pero los Viernes ya son cortos y el comenzar tarde nos dará menos tiempo para instrucción. Por lo tanto Snyder ISD estará cerrada el día de mañana 7 de Febrero y volveremos Lunes el 10 de Febrero. No se han tomado un decisión de actividades extraescolares programadas para mañana.
5 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Good afternoon SISD staff and families, We are rapidly thawing out this afternoon; however, the National Weather Service predicts temperatures to be well below freezing tonight. Icy roads will most certainly be an issue tomorrow morning and the safety of our students and staff takes priority. Since Fridays are shortened instructional days, a late start isn't a reasonable option. Therefore, SISD will be closed tomorrow and will reopen on Monday, February 10th. At this time a decision has not been made about extra-curricular activities scheduled for Friday. Stay safe, get well, and we will see everyone on Monday.
5 months ago, SISD Communications
Janell Martin
Snyder ISD has made the decision to close all schools and administration buildings on Wednesday, February 5th and Thursday, February 6th, 2020. In addition, all athletic and extracurricular activities/competitions — including before and after-school practices, rehearsals, and events — have been canceled for Wednesday and Thursday.
5 months ago, Janell Martin
SISD Communications
Jan. 30th Community Meeting Clarification: Tonight's Meeting is a Potential Innovative Partner Presentations. An innovative partnership is an option we are exploring to assist SISD. Three companies have submitted applications and will present their ideas to the community. They will each speak for 30 minutes and will have a Q&A following. We look forward to you attendance.
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Class of 2020- Parents & Students There is a parent meeting tonight in the SHS cafeteria at 7:00pm. All students and parents are encouraged to attend! Agenda includes: *Dues ($25 class dues are due by March 6th for all that are attending the all-night graduation or steak supper). *Fundraisers *Chocolate candy fundraiser *Voting on all night party activities *Steak supper
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SHS Athletic Director Wes Wood invites you to join him for a brief Recruiting and Social Media Presentation in the Ag classroom (behind the indoor facility) on Wednesday, January 29th. This event will allow student-athletes and their parents an opportunity to become educated and informed on the best way to represent themselves when planning for higher education/athletic opportunities. This is an outstanding way to form a representation of the student-athlete and their program while building an everlasting resume. This will be vectored towards football but will be useful and applicable to all sports. The presentation will begin promptly at 5 pm. We hope to see you there.
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Community members are encouraged to attend the Potential Innovative Partner Presentation held at the Snyder Junior High cafetorium, Jan.30th at 6pm.. This meeting will provide information on upcoming possibilities affecting our students. _____________________________________________ Se alienta a los miembros de la comunidad a asistir a la Presentación de Socios Innovadores Potenciales celebrada en el Cafetorium Snyder Junior High, el 30 de enero a las 6pm. Esta reunión proporcionará información sobre las próximas posibilidades que afectan a nuestros estudiantes.
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Good afternoon! This is a friendly reminder that Monday is a district wide school holiday. All campuses will be closed! Enjoy your three day weekend!
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Parents: In the event, that road conditions become hazardous in the morning and the safety of our community members are at risk, SISD will announce delays or cancelations before the first bus leave the bus barn. A determination will be made between 5 and 5:30 am. Please be sure that you have downloaded the free Snyder Tigers App from your Apple or Google Play store. Notifications are shared via email, text, voice call, push notifications and live feeds on the app. The same weather-related notifications will be posted to all SISD social media campus pages and relayed to local radio and surrounding television stations. We encourage you to share the App availability with your non-social media family members and friends. We are working hard to improve communication and appreciate your teamwork! https://www.snyderisd.net/o/snyder/page/snyder-isd-inclement-weather-emergency-release-procedures
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder ISD Department of Transportation and Admin are keeping an eye on the weather! Cold temperatures are expected to continue over the next couple of days with the possibility of freezing rain. We are committed to remaining sensitive to issues of safety. In the event that travel becomes an issue and or causes delays /early dismissal, SISD will announce via social media, SISD Website, and the SISD Tigers App, local radio stations.
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Class of 2020: Seniors that are taking the math portion of the TSI next Wednesday and Thursday are highly encouraged to utilize the study material made available for you on the S.T.E.C. website. Click here to begin your review. http://thestecden.weebly.com/tsi-paatsi-study-material.html
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
On Tuesday, January 14, 2020, TEA Commissioner Mike Morath notified Snyder ISD of his intention to honor the parent petitions requesting he close Snyder Junior High. SISD believes we have proposed a strong plan, however, Commissioner Morath informed the district that he would not approve the proposed realignment plan that would create two educational pathways for our 2nd through 8th grade. The plan to realign grades and restructure academics has been the subject of multiple community meetings, staff meetings, and focus groups since October 2019. One criteria for reopening the campus was the campus must offer a significantly different academic program and is the commissioner’s decision that the proposed Inquiry-Based Learning Academy did not meet that threshold. Additionally, Commissioner Morath is appointing conservator, Keri Barnett, to the district. The role of the conservator is to monitor and report back to Commissioner Morath the district’s progress with regards to improving the academic performance of our students. The district has until no later than January 30, 2020, to submit a revised comprehensive plan for campus closure that will meet the statutory requirements and receive approval from Commissioner Morath. The options for reopening campus remain the same; signing an agreement with a Charter to operate the Junior High Campus, or reopen the Junior High with the majority of the grades different and a distinctly different academic program. The district remains steadfast in our commitment to provide the best education to our students. We will diligently explore all available options for our Junior High and our District. We will keep you informed as updates become available.
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Correction! The SHS Blood Drive is Thursday, January 16th. The signup sheet is in Mrs.Tabor's office. You must be 16 or older in order to donate. 16-year-olds need a parent permission form signed.
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
2020-2021 SHS Cheer tryouts are coming soon! Be sure to save the dates as the process begins! The first meeting will be held on Feb.7th. This is a mandatory meeting for all participants and guardians.
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Saturday Jan 25th, 2020, Snyder High School will host our annual Snyder High School Speech and Debate TFA Qualifying Snyder's ROAR tournament. Your help is needed in the form of judging. No experience necessary!! Judging starts at 8am and the final events will begin at 6pm. You are welcome to judge as many or as few as you like. We will have a hospitality room set up for all judges (and coaches). Those intrested are asked to contact S&D sponsor, Zackery Carlock at zcarlock@snyderisd.net. Thank you for teaming up with SISD and helping our students thrive!
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Due to scheduling conflicts, the January 16th meetings have been canceled. So that we can still provide the necessary information to as many people as possible, we will soon release the updated information to you online via video. We will share this informational video on the SISD social media outlets as well as the SISD website. Please help keep your friends and family informed by sharing this post. As always, if you have any questions, please email us at socialmedial.snyderisd.net or call the administration office at 325-574-8900.
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Classes will resume tomorrow (Wednesday, Jan. 8th.) Please make sure that all classroom devices are fully charged! We have missed our students and are excited to begin the new semester! #webelieveinSISD
6 months ago, SISD Communications
Janell Martin
And of course... had a little fun!!! Students will get to join in on Wednesday!!
6 months ago, Janell Martin
Janell Martin
Teachers learning from teachers....
6 months ago, Janell Martin
Janell Martin
SHS faculty and staff has rested during the holiday break and are ready for Spring semester to begin... a mini-THINK! Conference is being conducted to enlighten, educate and encourage while planning for Spring semester!!
6 months ago, Janell Martin
SISD Communications
SHS students will incur a slight schedule change as they return on Wednesday. This will not affect the arrival time or dismissal times. Please take note!
6 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SISD Community Meetings will resume this month on January 16th. Two opportunities will be made for you to connect with SISD administrators and be informed on the "Next Steps" occurring in our district. Please join us on Thursday, January 16th at 2pm in the Colonial Hill Baptist Church FLC or at 6PM at the Snyder Primary School cafetorium. Both meetings will contain the same information. On Thursday, January 30th, SISD Administration will host a presentation on the Potential Innovative Partner. This meeting will be held at the SJHS cafetorium at 6pm. Community members are highly encouraged to attend.
6 months ago, SISD Communications
Snyder ISD
We hope everyone is enjoying your time off! SISD is working hard to keep you informed on upcoming changes and other events in our district. Click the link to read the December newsletter for updates on the TEA visit and upcoming community meetings. https://5il.co/c0fl
7 months ago, Snyder ISD
SISD Communications
SHS Fall finals begin on Wednesday! Please visit with your student and encourage them to be prepared, on time and ready to finish strong!
7 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder Bus number two was involved in a minor accident this morning at the intersection of College and 37th St. EMS checked out the students and the driver of the bus and everyone was ok. The bus was not damaged and delivered the students safely to school.
7 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SHS- Your campus canned food drive will end Tuesday, December 10th!! ALL canned food donations MUST be at the indoor facility (the big building beside the football field parking lot) before 8 a.m. Tuesday (tomorrow) morning. Any donations brought in AFTER 8 a.m. will be accepted but not count toward the class total.
7 months ago, SISD Communications
Janell Martin
Congratulations to the following students for auditioning and earning a spot in the Region 6 All-Region Band: Emily Hodge - Clarinet Alondra Tovar - Bass Clarinet Kynzie Avalos- Tenor Sax Chris Moreno - Trumpet Carolyn Stelluti - Percussion Emily Hodge ranked number 5 in 4A and will advance to the area auditions for All-State Band.
7 months ago, Janell Martin
Janell Martin
SHS PTECH students are providing insight and education to younger students to begin speaking interest for various careers and opportunities that await them.....
7 months ago, Janell Martin
SISD Communications
Save the Date! SISD Community meetings resume on Tuesday, December 3rd and then again on Thursday, December 5th. Stay up to date with accurate information provided directly from those working to build a better district!
8 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Snyder ISD is now accepting referrals for students who may need Gifted/Talented Services for the school year. This program is designed for students who exhibit intellectual and creative thinking abilities at an extraordinary level not normally served in the regular classroom. Services are provided only upon identification of education needs of the student. Anyone wishing to refer a student attending Snyder ISD in kindergarten through twelfth grade this school year is asked to go by the student’s campus office and request a copy of the referral form. This form must be returned to the school by November 22. Those unable to go by the school should call the campus to request a form be sent to them. El Distrito Escolar de Snyder esta aceptando referencias para estudiantes que puedan necesitar servicios de Gifted/Talented (programa para estudiantes que tengan talentos/inteligencia mas alta que sus iguales) para el ano escolar. Este programa esta diseñado para estudiantes que muestran habilidades intelectuales y habilidades inventivas de nivel extraordinario que normalmente no se sirve en las clases regulares. Los servicios son prestos únicamente cuando hay identificación de necesidades educativas del estudiante. Cualquiera persona que quiera referir a un estudiante en grados de kínder hasta el grado duodécimo dentro del Distrito Escolar de Snyder puede ir por la oficina de la escuela del estudiante para pedir una copia de la forma de registro. Esta forma necesita ser devuelto a la escuela para el día 22 de noviembre. Personas que no puedan ir por la escuela deben de llamar a escuela para pedir que se le envié la forma.
8 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Reminder! Thanksgiving break is November 25- 29th! Enjoy your break!
8 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
The SHS Student Publications Department will kick off its twelfth annual coat and toy drive MONDAY! Please bring your gently-used, clean coats/jackets and NEW toys to the glass office at SHS before, during and after school. The last day for donations will be Dec. 11. Last year SHS donated 233 toys and 288 coats to Gateway. Let's double that this year SHS!
8 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Class of 2020- Have you taken your TSI (Texas Success Initiative Assessment)? Are you planning on attending college in the fall? The TSI will help determine the appropriate levels of college course work for you as you enter your first year of higher education. Please stop by and visit Mrs. Pinkerton if you have any questions! If you have never taken the TSI please go to http://thestecden.weebly.com/. You can and are encouraged to take the TSI pre-assessment at https://www.tsipreview.com/welcome/YourSchool.
8 months ago, SISD Communications
Janell Martin
SHS students attended the World of Work (WOW!) Conference in Abilene today to get a jump-start on future career opportunities. Conference was sponsored by Texas Workforce Commission...
8 months ago, Janell Martin
Janell Martin
Crossing the finish line in 4th place!! Congratulations Christian 🐾 Snyder High School is so proud of you!!! 🐾💛🐾
8 months ago, Janell Martin
Janell Martin
Great day for State CrossCountry meet.... good luck Christian Escobedo.. 🐾
8 months ago, Janell Martin
SISD Communications
Senior night activities will take place prior to the game for cheer, football, trainers and managers. Band senior night activities will take place during the halftime and the senior walk on Tiger field will take place following the game.
8 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
An eagerly awaited meeting with Snyder ISD leadership and the TEA Commissioner came to fruition in Austin today. Eddie Bland, Ed.D., Superintendent of Snyder ISD, Ralph Ramon SISD Board of Trustees President, and Brad Hinton, SISD Board of Trustees Vice President, met with Commissioner Mike Morath to discuss sanctions against the district for Snyder Junior High’s academic rating. Texas Education Code §39A. 112(b) allows for parent petitions to direct the Commissioner’s decision. On October 31, 2019, Dr. Bland was presented with 313 petitions, a sufficient number to require the closure of the campus. In addition to the parent petitions for closure, Dr. Bland was presented with 486 parent and community petitions supporting the reopening of Snyder Junior High with a grade realignment. The petitions will be delivered to the Commissioner no later than December 1, 2019. The next step will require SISD to develop and submit a comprehensive plan to reopen the campus, with the majority of the grades realigned. “These next steps will require planning and partnership," states Dr. Bland. "We look forward to collaborating with parents, teachers, district leadership, community members, and the TEA to do what is best for our students." To receive the latest news and updates, please be sure to like the Snyder ISD facebook page, visit snyderisd.net, or subscribe to mobile notifications by downloading the "Snyder ISD Tigers App" available for iPhone or Android
8 months ago, SISD Communications
Janell Martin
Lady Tiger volleyball season come to an end in game 4... 25-20 Great season girls!! 🐾💛🐾. SHS is proud of you all!!
8 months ago, Janell Martin
Janell Martin
Game 3: Iowa Park 25-20!! Let’s go Lady Tigers... need 2 more wins!!
8 months ago, Janell Martin
Janell Martin
Game 2: Lady Tigers lose 25-21... lets get game 3 started!!
8 months ago, Janell Martin
Janell Martin
Lady Tiger volleyball update: Lady tigers win game 1... 25-18 against Iowa Park .... stay tuned for game 2 updates!!
8 months ago, Janell Martin
Janell Martin
Volleyball send off from TigerDrive at 3:00 today!!!
8 months ago, Janell Martin
SISD Communications
On October 30, 2019, four Snyder High School seniors put the finishing touches on their yearlong work with the STREAM, Snyder ISD's mobile learning unit with a 1st place and $2000 scholarship. Meera Bhakta, Jesi Hunter, Ruth Cabrera, and Bonnie Jasper have worked on this project through all its phases, from conception to planning, to design, to implementation. Part of their work was through the Texas Midwest Community Network (TMCN) Youth Leadership Program. This scholarship competition is open to all youth in rural West and Central Texas cities with the mission of empowering students to create meaningful change in their communities. These four seniors presented their work to the judging committee in September with the revealing of the winners at the October 30th TMCN convention. With approximately 200 people in attendance, the girls were awarded the first place prize and $2000 scholarship. District STEM Coordinator Ryan Maney said, "These girls have embodied what we at Snyder ISD want STEM learning to be - students bring given opportunities to showcase their learning in a way that can positively impact their community. These students represent their school, their community, and women in STEM with the utmost pride."
9 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
Class of 2020~ Time is running out! Senior dedications are due on Nov. 1st. Please note this price does NOT include a yearbook. Yearbook prices are $60 until Nov. 23. Yearbook prices will increase to $65 after Nov. 23rd so be sure to order early! Order forms can be picked up in the SHS glass office or in Mrs. Arnold's classroom.
9 months ago, SISD Communications
SISD Communications
SISD Communications Announcement Community Meeting/Junta Comunitaria Monday/Lunas 10/28 12:00-1:00 at Colonial Hill Baptist Church Family Life Center and 6:00-7:00 at the SJHS Library. School Administration will answer questions about the TEA sanctions and explain the difference in the pathway options. Los Administrados escolar respond eran preguntas sobre sanciones del TEA y explicaran la diferencia en las opciones de vias. You have a say! Parent petitions for the two options are due on Thursday, October 31, 2019. Petitions will be available to sign at the meetings. Usted tiene algo que decir! Las peticiones de los padres para las dos opciones se deben entregar el jueves, 31 de Octubre de 2019. Las peticiones estran disponibles para firmar en la reunion.
9 months ago, SISD Communications
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Student safety and parent communication are top priorities at all SISD campuses. In order to better serve you, SISD has been and will continue to share information not only on social media but also on the SISD mobile app. If you have not dowloaded the app, please do so. The app is free in both the Apple Store and Google Play store. Be sure to sign up for push notifications from SISD and the campus in which your student attends.
9 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
SISD admin has lifted the lockdown and classes are back in session! Thank you for your patience and cooperation!
9 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
All SISD campuses are currently on a hard lockdown per the request of the Snyder Police Department. All students are safe and under the supervision of staff and faculty. Parents will not be allowed in the buildings until the lockdown has been lifted. We will provide more information as it becomes available. Thank you for trusting us with the safe keeping of your children
9 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
Red Ribbon Week will take place October 28th- November 1st!
9 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
School Administration will answer questions about the TEA sanctions and explain the difference in the two pathway options. You have a say! Parent petitions for the two options are due on Thursday, October 31, 2019. Petitions will be available to sign at the meetings. Usted tiene algo que decir! Las peticiones de los padres para las dos opciones se deben entregar el jueves, 31 de Octubre de 2019. Las peticiones estran disponibles para firmar en la reunion. Monday/Lunes 10/28 12-1pm Colonial Hill Baptist Church Family Life Center and 6-7pm at the Snyder Junior High School Cafetorium.
9 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
The results have been posted and the ribbons are finally in! SHS Culinary Arts students fared well with their entries for the 2019 South Plains Fair.
9 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
Community Meeting / Junta Comunitaria
9 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
One picture and a 35-word message is $65 Two photos - $130. Parents can email pictures to (darnold@snyderisd.net) or they can bring/mail the picture to Mrs. Arnold at 3801 Austin Ave, Snyder, Texas 79549 (no larger than a 5x7 please). Payment, dedication, and photos are due on Nov. 1st. No late entries will be taken.
9 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
Reminder! Monday is a professional development day for all staff and faculty which means a student holiday for the kids! Enjoy your day off students!
9 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
SISD Administration will hold three community meetings to discuss the educational framework for the two pathways discussed during the October 7th Community Meeting. Please make an effort to attend one of the meetings. Each meeting will provide the same information. Please join us in the SJHS cafeteria from 6-7.
9 months ago, Social Media
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SHS students that are planning on attending the WTC College Fair tomorrow are encouraged to sign-up on the following website to help make a connection with the recruiters. Please click here to sign up! http://www.gotocollegefairs.com.
9 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
Game Changer of the Week Darren Hughes is more than a History teacher! STUCO co-sponsor and all around SHS encourager! Thanks Mr. Hughes for truly investing in SHS!
9 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
Do you have questions about the Improvement Required Status at the Junior High, the A-F rating system, and the future of the District? Please join us for an important community meeting. Monday, October 7th, 2019 6pm - 7pm Worsham Auditorium at Snyder High School
9 months ago, Social Media
Snyder ISD
Seniors, May will be here before you know it! There will be a college readiness meeting in the Student Center on Thursday, 9/26 at 6pm. SHS, counselor Labeth Carter, will discuss FAFSA and will provide you with multiple resources. Please bring your parents/ guardians.
10 months ago, Snyder ISD
Snyder ISD
SHS drone classes are back in action! Students in Scott Whittenburg's class are becoming familiar with the devices and are excited to begin the process of earning their pilot licenses!
10 months ago, Snyder ISD
Snyder ISD
SHS Culinary Art students submitted items in the South Plains Fair in Lubbock! Items will be on display in the Women's Building located on the south end of the grounds. The fair will run from Sept. 20-28th. Instructor Lisa Butler will keep us posted on the results!
10 months ago, Snyder ISD
Snyder ISD
Senior parents/guardians: Don't miss the meeting tonight from 7:30-8:30 at SHS! This year will be packed full of activities and you will want to stay on top of things!
10 months ago, Snyder ISD
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As of Monday morning, the following students/graduates had not picked up their 2019 Tiger’s Lair. Brett Brunson, Nirvana Campos, Dakota Chapman, Kolton Chapman, Rutik Desai, Abedale Dollins, Kathryn Dominguez, Maria Duran, Caira Galvan, Grant Gunset, Sarah Holcombe, Alejandro Jaimes, Maria Jaramillo, Rianna Lopez, Alexis Luera, Kellee Martini, Maeghan Medrano, Alala Mick, Kayden Montoya, Christopher Moreno, Adriana Murillo, Savanna Porter, Makayla Robbins, Dylan Rodriguez, Ryan Rodriguez, Yecenia Rodriguez, Kimberly Santana, Joanna Schuette, Sterling Steelman, Zoe Taylor, Lauren Trieger, Gabrielle Vera, Dakarie Wesley and Taziamaraie Wesley. The yearbook company sent a few extra books, which are being sold for $75 on a first-come, first-served basis. Books can be picked up before and after school or between classes in Room 229. For more information, call 574-8835.
11 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
I.E. Friday's getting SHS PTECH program off to a great start for 2019-20 school year .. 🐾💛🐾
11 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
SHS Bell Schedule is attached below. Pay close attention to the Friday dismissal times! Student drivers please use extra caution when dismissing on Fridays.
11 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
Have you missed an opportunity to complete the drug policy presentation? Tonight is the last chance before school begins! Stop by the SJHS campus during the 7& 8th-grade open house tonight from 5:30-7:00 and take care of business! Presentations will run every 15 minutes in the library. Parents must accompany their student! All incoming 7th-12th graders UIL participants must attend a presentation. Keep in mind: *Each participant only has to attend one presentation. *All presentations are the same regardless of campus, presenter, or organization. Same policy district-wide. *Parent and participant(s) must attend together.
11 months ago, Social Media
Social Media
It's almost time for Meet the Tigers 2019! 7:30-Tiger Stadium! See you there!
11 months ago, Social Media
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