Due to bad weather being forecast, the Gallardo Carnival has been moved to May 24. Tickets are still on sell for 5 for a dollar, See Ms Claudia in the library.
On Thursday April 25, Gallardo Elementary students participated in decorating Fiesta themed shoe boxes for a parade at 9AM. Link to view some photos from student floats at the campus.
If any parents were at this event please use the hashtag #southsideisd so we can share your photos!
1 st Place – #67 Eric Torres
2 nd Place – #80 Gia Perez
3 rd Place – #79 Marius Perez
On this day, all students and faculty are asked to wear their favorite college spirit shirts. Southside ISD wants to promote education beyond the twelve years in our district. Higher education opens up new opportunities for our students that will take them above and beyond their professional goals.
On Friday beginning at 7:30 a.m. parents and community members are invited to come by our campus, fill up on a warm cup of coffee, and receive the latest news and events. Coffee with the Gallardo Principal for input about campus academic needs and/or academic improvement.
Visitors, please arrive early so you can sign in at the front office! Gallardo Elementary asks that all visitors and guests sign in at the front office when visiting our campuses or departments. Non-employees (parents, guardians, etc.) must show a valid drivers license or government issued ID and sign in.
Wednesday October 24 students and their families from Gallardo Elementary were invited to a Halloween Math Night. The campus math committee organized the event with math puzzles and games throughout the cafeteria handing out candy treats as prizes.
ALL VISITORS– Due to recent events, we will be strictly enforcing the ID and Raptor check for ALL visitors. For the safety and security of your child/children there will be NO EXCEPTIONS !!
NO I.D. – NO STUDENT – NO INFORMATION – NO ENTRY
We are asking for your patience as we check each individual ID.
On March 7 students will be having their picture taken. All wanting to take spring pictures must prepay before taking a picture.
Marissa Ortiz and Mia Alcozer worked for months on this presentation, doing their own reseach using the book “A Smart Girls Guide to Friendship Troubles” as inspiration.
The students were able to recognize and share there ideas on how to teach other students, a lesson on the most common types of bullies.
“There is the intimidator. the harassor, the pretender, ” said Marissa. “The ‘Bus Bully’ and the ‘Rule Setter’.” said Mia
The two 4th grade students are best friends and said they love sharing the information and helping the younger students.
“It feels like if we were making a difference in their lives,” said Marissa. “I feel all warm inside,” said Mia.
The presentation concludes with handmade stop signs showing bullying behavior they’ll hang around the school, and stars with positive alternatives.
Ms. Ortiz and Ms. Alcozer were invited to join WOAI – News4SA this past Tuesday April 19 at the “Make it Stop Town Hall Your Voice Your Future” event held at the Tobin Center for Performing Arts view pictures from the event.
To learn more about the students Anti Bullying Campaign, watch their video here.