Special Programs

8th Annual Special Olympics Athlete Recognition and Award Ceremony

May 4, 2018

Southside ISD Special Olympics End of the Year, Athlete Recognition and Award Ceremony will take place Tuesday, May 15 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Southside H.S. Commons Area/ Cafeteria. AACOG will also make a Brief Presentation. For questions, please contact Gary Hiett, Transition Coordinator, Office:  (210) 882-1600; Ext. […]

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Pre-K Round-Up Kicks Off April 26th for SISD’s Newest School!

March 29, 2018

On Thursday April 26 you and your family are invited to Southside ISD’s Pre-K Round-Up and Registration Event. Register Online   The Pre-K/Kinder Registration Round-up will be a chance to learn more about Southside ISD’s newest state of the art school opening this fall, the Col. Miguel […]

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It’s All the BUZZ! Southside ISD 2nd Annual Spanish Spelling Bee

November 14, 2017

Southside ISD  2nd Annual Spanish Spelling Bee DATE:   Tuesday, November  28, 2017 TIME:    9:00 am -11:00 am PLACE:  Southside High School Auditorium, 19190 US Highway 281​, SATX, 78221​       (San Antonio, TX) –  It’s all the BUZZ! The SISD Spanish Spelling Bee is open […]

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A Message from the Superintendent

August 27, 2017

Re: First Day of School August 28, 2017 ​ Cardinal Family, ​Southside ISD will be open for the first day of school, tomorrow, August 28, 2017. Please refer to your campus website for more information.  We will continue to monitor the weather events that have affected […]

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IMPORTANT: Message from the Superintendent Regarding Hurricane Harvey

August 25, 2017

Date: 08/25/2017 Time: 11:10 a.m.   Cardinal Family, SISD is monitoring the events associated with Hurricane Harvey, currently in the Gulf of Mexico and projected to make landfall along the South Texas coast Friday evening.  Myself and all Bexar County-area superintendents have been in communication and will […]

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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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