New student enrollment is only for students who were not enrolled in Snyder Independent School District at the end of the school year.
Whether you are new to Snyder or currently attend Snyder Junior High or High School and would to join the athletics program, we would love to discuss how you can get involved.
If you are an incoming 7th-12th grader and you are wanting to join Snyder Athletics for any reason in the 2022-2023 school year, please follow these steps.
SportsYou App: Let him know which sports you are interested in, and he will get you in contact with the head coach and the sportsYou team code. This will be needed for communication, information, camps, workouts, changes, etc.
Summer Strength & Conditioning: All incoming 7th - 12th graders will be allowed to attend Summer Strength and Conditioning at any time as it is considered volunteer workouts, and we are not responsible or liable for injuries. You do not need a physical to participate in our Summer S&C program.
Sports Specific Skills: We will also do sport-specific skills practices throughout the summer that they will be allowed to participate in, but we have a rule that you must attend the S&C workout in order to attend skills on any given day.
Required Physical: You will need your medical physical BEFORE you participate in athletics during the school year, and you need to be extremely proactive in getting that from your previous school or getting one scheduled. If you have one from your previous school that is only 1 year old, please email a copy to our trainer - Alex Marsh (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you schedule an appointment with Cogdell before August 1st, it will be free of charge and Snyder ISD will pay for it. Again, the sooner the better.
If you are interested in learning more about the Dual Language program for your incoming Kindergarten student, visit the Dual Language Information Page or call 325-574-8600. Required parent meetings are held each year in April.
Current Students: Counselors assist current Snyder ISD students with Junior High and High School elective and class selections during the school year.
New Students: For those new to Snyder ISD, the high school counselors are available to assist students in selecting the dual-credit courses during the enrollment appointment. After speaking with the high school counselor, completing the Snyder ISD enrollment is imperative that the student complete the following steps in a timely manner.
Make plans to attend Bridge Camp at Snyder High School in the summer. Bridge camp is a week-long camp that prepares students who plan on taking P-Tech and Dual Credit courses for the upcoming school year. Date TBA.
Current Students: Counselors assist current Snyder ISD students with Junior High and High School P-Tech enrollment during the school year.
New Students: For those new to Snyder ISD, the high school counselors are available to assist students in selecting the P-Tech pathway during the enrollment appointment. After speaking with the high school counselor, and completing the Snyder ISD enrollment, the student may complete the P-Tech application.
Snyder ISD is excited to be a 1:1 technology district! Each student in grades PreK-12 will be issued an electronic device to use for in school or at home learning.
Students in grades 1-12 will need to pay a technology fee. Get a 50% discount on technology fees with the completion of free and reduced lunch forms!
1 child: $50 ($25 with discount)
2 children: $70 ($35 with discount)
3 children: $80 ($40 with discount)
Family Max at $80
To connect with our technology department, visit their website here: https://www.snyderisd.net/page/technology