The SISD Feast of Giving is more than an event it is heart warming and just the kind of community involvement we all need from time to time. From smiling warm faces at the SHS cafeteria commons area to the auditorium stage, thousands of people gathered for a free meal and free entertainment. More than 3100 people from all over the area came to break bread and enjoy some turkey with all the trimmings. The event also featured a stunning display of talent from hundreds of Southside ISD student performers.
Here is a quick snapshot of a great event that we are all grateful for this holiday season: https://photos.app.goo.gl/gXsrZiox59jQe34T9
All students and faculty are invited to wear orange in celebration of Unity Day on Wednesday, October 19th. Unity Day celebrates unity for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion and sends a visible message that no child should ever experience bullying.
To learn more about the Anti-bullying Campaign – Cardinals CARE at Southside ISD please click here.
Southside ISD Presents “Lighting of the S” and Parade.
Join us Cardinals for the Second “Lighting of the S” and Parade!
This is an event for family and friends to celebrate our seniors and academic success. We will also be cheering on our athletes. There will be prizes, entertainment, and more! There will be signs and police to help direct traffic on the main campus.
The event starts at 6:00 pm sharp. The event will be held in the High School Stadium.
19190 US Highway 281: Entrance will be at the guard gate on the main entrance in front of the high school guiding traffic.
The First Day of School is Thursday, August 11th. Only parents at Menchaca Early Childhood Center will be able to walk their children to class during the first two days of school. Security checks will be in place. Grades 1-12 will be student drop off only as we continue to follow COVID and security protocols.
Parents, due to a nationwide shortage of clear backpacks, there may be some students who will receive their backpacks at a later date. At this time, this will only affect about ten percent of the entire student population.