Gallardo Elementary

Gallardo Elementary Students Delayed

January 17, 2017

Several students from SISD’s Gallardo Elementary School were delayed getting home today after a lockdown was issued for the campus at approximately 3:27pm. Southside ISD Police department issued the lockdown as a precaution. SISD PD was informed by SAPD and DEA that an armed suspect […]

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Spring Concessions Lottery Held January 18

January 10, 2017

The Spring Concession Lottery for each student organization and booster club/PTOs interested in hosting a concession at the sports & events listed below, will be held on Wednesday January 18 in the Southside High School Cafeteria at 4:30 pm.  Southside will have a drawing for […]

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Important Message from the Superintendent on TEA’s A-F Ratings

December 16, 2016

Dear Southside ISD Parents and Patrons, I pray that you will have a wonderful Christmas break. The entire SISD staff continues to work hard to serve our students and provide them a positive educational experience. Great things are happening every day in Southside ISD and […]

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Southside ISD Students Compete in First Annual Spanish Spelling Bee

November 15, 2016

Southside ISD will host it’s first annual Spanish Spelling Bee on November 29 from 9am – 11am in the Southside High School Auditorium. Students from grades 3rd-5th, 6th-8th and 9th-12th will be participating in this great event for all to enjoy.  Everyone is invited to […]

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Letter from Superintendent: Message About Safety and Clown Threats

October 5, 2016

Dear Cardinal Families, You may have been reading or seeing stories in the news about a number of clown posts made on social media similar to the “creepy clown” incidents that have occurred recently at Comal ISD, NISD, across the state and the nation. Law enforcement […]

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First Graders Cheer on Science!

October 3, 2016

Check out these uber cute photos of Gallardo first graders as they eagerly wait for a science experiment to be performed right before their eyes. In the end you can see them cheer over the results…it was literally explosive. Go Science!  

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