Public Notice: Assignment of Accreditation Status to the Southside ISD
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Southside ISD has made it easier to report things like bullying through Bully Reporter System available on all campus homepages and at southsideisd.org.
Southside ISD school-business partnerships are mutually beneficial, long-term relationships that provide value to both the district and the company. Partnerships are designed to give our business community the opportunity to donate human resources to our students and staff. These relationships are not marketing opportunities but rather opportunities to sincerely serve and benefit children. If you are interested in becoming a school business partner talk to our communications representative, Sylvia Rincon.
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Home School Information
ROTC Cadets raised money for turkeys, green beans, and corn made their donation to Southside High School Culinary Arts Chef Angel Machado. The chef will be providing Thanksgiving dinner for up to 350 needy families Saturday, November 17 at 300 Odis Street from 11 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
On Monday November 5, students from several SouthsideISD campuses geared up in hard hats to participate in the groundbreaking ceremony for new Kym Rapier Community Health Clinic. Southside ISD Superintendent of Schools Mr. Mark E. Eads began the ceremony saying “First of all, we have to give thanks to Kym Rapier. She’s the person making […]
Come check out “Got Vote” art work from students at SISD Central Office lawn and the entrance of the main campus near Southside HS. Losoya teacher Alicia San Miguel says the students’ assignment was to create a poster encouraging civic participation. This was from the TEKS Resource System Curriculum. She says the lesson, “just happened […]
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