End of the school year = a lot of time sensitive information. Although we do use social media to share and celebrate with our community, we primarily use ParentSquare and StudentSquare/school email to communicate important, time-sensitive information with our parents, guardians, staff, and students. According to our records, we have a 96% contactability rate; in other words, we are successfully reaching 96% of our parents, students, & staff through ParentSquare, through either text, email, or the app. ParentSquare pulls from Skyward, our student management system - so accurate information is important. 📱If have had a change in your phone number or email, give your child's campus a call and they will be glad to help! If you are having issues with ParentSquare, you can also review our ParentSquare troubleshooting section for tips and tricks, FAQs, and more! https://www.snyderisd.net/page/parentsquareparents You are always welcome to call your child's campus or Valerie in the Admin Office for help too!
7 days ago, Snyder ISD
don't forget to check parent square graphic
Sure, students could just complete the worksheets to review for the STAAR, but going camping AND reviewing is much more fun! This week Ms. Trusty and Ms. Lee’s students are participating in “STAAR Camp.” Students apply what they have learned this year in specific TEKS-centered stations during their “Camping Trip.” Students rotate between campsites and play games related to specific areas for review. After the review, students will take a quiz to help the teachers understand what the students have mastered and if any areas may require more practice. We love that our teachers find creative ways for students to review what they have learned while making fun memories with classmates! #webelieveinsisd #3rdgrade #snydertigers #snydertexas
13 days ago, Snyder ISD
students studying for staar test
students studying for staar test
students studying for staar test
Tiger Families of PreK-5th grade students if you are curious if your child will benefit from the JumpStart summer learning program, visit with your child's teacher! We are also glad to answer your questions about the program. Learn more and register here ➡️ www.snyderisd.net/summer or email amontoya@snyderisd.net
26 days ago, Snyder ISD
summer programs flyer
summer programs flyer
Mrs. Vera's 2nd Grade class headed straight to the roll-off recycling container with all of their bottles! Although we aren't requiring you to count bottles this year (we are using bag size instead), some classes can't resist! The class collected 1,384 bottles on Tuesday! The challenge ends THURSDAY! May the greenest grade win! Learn more here: www.snyderisd.net/recycle
27 days ago, Snyder ISD
students in front of dumpster
Who says reviewing for a test can’t be fun? First grade students in Ms. Wells’ class were able to shop in the Classroom Store. They could purchase 3 school items like a pencil, eraser, notebook and fun items like stamps or stickers. On their shopping list they had to identify 3 items they wanted in the store and draw the coins needed to purchase the 3 items. They had a blast picking their items and drawing the coins needed! #webelieveinsisd #snydertigers #firstgrademath
about 1 month ago, Snyder ISD
students participating in shopping activity
students participating in shopping activity
students participating in shopping activity
students participating in shopping activity
With the bottle challenge in full swing, recycling is on the minds of all of our students! Mrs. Hough's 3rd-grade class visited Mrs. Stewart's Art Class and created art out of recycled items such as bottle caps, old legos, empty bottles, wheels, and more!
about 1 month ago, Snyder ISD
art class using recycled items
art class using recycled items
art class using recycled items
art class using recycled items
Don't forget! Friday, April 15th is a student and staff holiday. Enjoy your three day weekend! To view the current school calendar, please visit https://5il.co/qj6i
about 1 month ago, Snyder ISD
don't forget no school friday
This morning in Lubbock, Logan Michael, a third grade student at Snyder Primary Elementary School placed 4th at the Regional Spelling Bee! Logan competed against the district champion 3rd-8th grade spellers from across the region. Competing at this level requires hours and hours of practice studying a spelling list of over 4,000 words! Join us in congratulating Logan! He represented Snyder ISD and Snyder Primary Elementary School extraordinarily well! #spellingbee #webelieveinsisd #snydertigers #snydertexas
about 2 months ago, Snyder ISD
Logan Michael photo
🚨 Snyder Primary School families, time is running out to place online orders for the yearbook. Order here ➡️ ybpay.com/Vista Yearbook ID Code: 14155422 Order dealine/Fecha Para el Pedido: March 28, 2022 Yearbooks are $20 Please help us spread the word!
about 2 months ago, Snyder ISD
yearbook order promo post
Tiger Buds is back! Practice skills with SHS baseball players! Under 12 years welcome, no cost, Lewis Field (the practice field by the high school). 3/26, 4/2, & 4/9 from 10am - 11am.
about 2 months ago, Snyder ISD
photo of warm up from Tiger Buds
Congratulations to our first grade spelling bee winner Jase Lawson and runner-up Merick Taylor-Planks!
2 months ago, Snyder ISD
picture of spelling bee winners
Last Call for 2021-2022 Snyder Primary Yearbooks! $20 Visit ybpay.com/Vista ybpay.com Order dealine/Fecha Para el Pedido: March 28, 2022 Yearbook ID Code/Codigo ID del anuario: 14155422
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
Tigers yearbook design
This month, Mrs. Schneider and Ms. Patton are featured in the SPS Teacher Spotlight! Mrs. Schneider is a 3rd grade teacher and Ms. Patton is a 1st grade teacher. We are so fortunate to have these two excellent educators on our team! #webelieveinsisd #snydertigers
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
teacher spotlight
teacher spotlight
teacher spotlight
During the most recent staff development day, Snyder Primary School and DAEP staff attended Youth Mental First Aid training. Trainers were from local mental health agencies including West Texas Centers and the Betty Hardwick Center. The training equips participants to recognize and respond to youth and adolescents who are experiencing mental health challenges or who are in crisis. The course introduces common mental health challenges youth experience and teaches a 5 step action plan for how to help young people in both crisis and non-crisis situations. The training is designed for teachers, parents, caregivers, family members, school staff, neighbors, and other caring citizens and gives them steps to take to help. To learn more, visit mhfa.org. Our counselors also have resources to help. Reach out at snyderisd.net/page/counselors.
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
mental health training
mental health training
mental health training
mental health training
In Mrs. Soliz's reading class, students became inference detectives to solve the Case of the Secret Valentine. Students collected clues and gathered up suspects. After each clue, they removed suspects who did not fit the criteria. By the last clue, they solved the case by inferring that Cactus sent the card because she is the only one with prickles. Case closed! #webelieveinsisd #learningisfun #snydertigers
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
Students work as inference detectives
Students work as inference detectives
Students work as inference detectives
students posing in detective costumes
We spotted more acts of kindness at Snyder Primary School today! Mrs. Dominguez’s class cleaned tables in the lunchroom to help out the custodians. Kindness continued in the kindergarten hallway! Mrs. Jones’ class helped clean up the classroom for Mrs. Jackson's class. “The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the greatest intention” - Khalil Gibran #snydertigers #webelieveinsisd #kindnesschallenge
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
students cleaning up classroom 
students cleaning up classroom 
students cleaning up cafeteria tables 
Kindness week continues with Ms. Brown’s kindergarten class at Snyder Primary School! They completed their favorite “Kindness Mission” today and delivered encouraging cards to the students in Ms. Struble's class to remind them that they are smart, friendly, and loved!
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
students posting with cards
𝙸𝚖𝚙𝚘𝚛𝚝𝚊𝚗𝚝 𝚛𝚎𝚖𝚒𝚗𝚍𝚎𝚛𝚜 𝚏𝚘𝚛 𝚝𝚑𝚒𝚜 𝚠𝚎𝚎𝚔! Thursday, February 10th is a student holiday/staff development day for Snyder Junior High School & Snyder High School. Thursday is the LAST day of the 4th 6 weeks. Friday, February 11th is a student holiday/staff development day for ALL campuses. ➡️ 2021-2022 District Calendar: https://www.snyderisd.net/page/2021-2022
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
reminder! read post for content details
Weather Watch /Vigilancia meteorológica Snyder ISD is closely monitoring the weather and is consulting with the National Weather Service and the SISD Transportation Department. In the event of a delay, early release, or cancellation, we will notify our families and staff through ParentSquare, social media channels, the Snyder ISD website, and local media outlets. For more information on our inclement weather policy visit www.snyderisd.net/badweather. El distrito de Snyder está monitoreando el clima y consultando con el Servicio Meteorológico Nacional y con el Departamento de Transporte del distrito. En caso de retraso o cancelación de la escuela, notificaremos a nuestras familias y personal a través de ParentSquare, redes sociales, el sitio web del distrito de Snyder y los medios de comunicación locales. Para obtener más información sobre nuestra política de inclemencias del tiempo, visite www.snyderisd.net/badweather.
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
weather watch
🌊 Ms. Terry’s Kindergarten class has been learning about ocean adaptations. Students experienced the insulating properties of blubber with this fun experiment! Not only does blubber insulate heat, it stores energy, and increases buoyancy.
4 months ago, Snyder ISD
students doing experiment