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
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.
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.
SISD admin has lifted the lockdown and classes are back in session! Thank you for your patience and cooperation!
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
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.
SISD Administration will hold a community meeting tonight from 6-7pm to discuss the educational framework for the two pathways discussed during the October 7th Community Meeting. Please join us in the SJHS cafeteria from 6-7. A light grab-and-go meal will be provided at 5:45.
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.
So that we can provide you with the most up to date information possible, the Community Meeting will be moved to Monday, October 7th from 6pm-7pm at Worsham Auditorium. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 325-574-8900.
Parents, guardians, staff, and community members are invited to attend a community meeting on Monday, September 23rd at 6pm. The meeting will be held in Worsham Auditorium located at Snyder High School. https://www.snyderisd.net/article/135719?org=snyder
Short day Friday is here! Parents, please keep and eye on your campus dismissal times. Traffic congestion will decreace once ACE begins. Thank you for working together to ensure student safety.
Football Booster Club United Fundraiser 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM Saturday, Aug. 17 Come grab a burger and support your Snyder Tiger Football Boys! Donations appreciated
The 2019 Tiger's Lair yearbook has arrived!! Distribution times will be Monday-Wednesday, 3-6 p.m. in the foyer of Worsham Auditorium.
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.