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$52M Bond election set for Nov. 2 – No School Property Tax Increase

August 26, 2021

Southside ISD voters will decide the outcome of a $52 million bond. The bond is intended to ensure that Southside Independent School District students have everything they need to be successful. The bond will not raise school property taxes. That is good news to parent […]

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Palo Alto College launching $23M facility at Southside ISD

February 10, 2021

Alamo Colleges District-Palo Alto College has made it official. It has officially begun construction on the $23 million Southside Education & Training Center. The SETC, as it is called, will become a pipeline so students can earn their degrees in allied health and nursing, said […]

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Register for English as a Second Language, Citizenship, & GED Classes

December 18, 2020

Adult Literacy and Education Program FREE Online Classes GED, ESL, Citizenship, and Professional Training Enroll Today • High School Equivalency (GED) • Receive a GED practice test • Receive a free GED test coupon after 12 hours of class (must be 21 years old) • […]

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COPS/METRO Partners with Southside ISD

December 12, 2020

COPS/METRO, Communities Organized for Public Service, a grassroots community activist group, is joining forces with the Southside Independent School District to be a positive force to boost academics and community engagement. The District and COPS/METRO made the announcement during a news conference on December 3, […]

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Texas Higher Ed. Commissioner Spotlights Southside ISD

December 8, 2020

Southside ISD Superintendent of Schools Mr. Rolando Ramirez was selected to moderate a conversation with Texas Higher Education Commissioner Dr. Harrison Keller. Commissioner Keller spoke with the Superintendent about his 60/30 initiative. He’s working to make sure that 60 percent of Texans age 34 and […]

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We Love Our Principals!

October 20, 2020

Southside Independent School District Superintendent Mr. Rolando Ramirez and Deputy Superintendent Dr. Fred Hayes honored the district’s eight principals today. Principals were surprised with an edible fruit bouquet as part of National Principals Appreciation Month. “In my 13 years as a principal, we have never […]

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