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Clear Creek Student Invention Wins Science Fair

Ella Schreiter, Brookside Intermediate student in Clear Creek ISD, has pioneered a new and immersive way to help young musicians learn to follow the beat of music. As a new band member learning percussion, she at first struggled to find the rhythm. She explained how the older students would tap the younger students’ shoulders to …

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STEM STEAM Students Explore Art

HOW TO APPLY TO SAISD SCHOOLS CAST Med is the third high school in San Antonio ISD’s CAST Schools Network.  The school was created to help supply San Antonio with much-needed doctors and medical researchers.  CAST Med students follow one of three pathways: medical professionals, biomedical research, or public health professionals. CAST Med emphasizes medicine …

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National Arts in Education Week Honors Fine Art Programs

ART IN EDUCATION We celebrated National Arts in Education Week on September 13th-19th this year.  During this week we honored fine arts education in public schools.  Since 2010, when Congress designated this nationally recognized week, we celebrate the importance of including fine arts programs as a crucial part of a whole education. The 2010 resolution states, “Arts …

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Harlandale STEM Students Show Off Fine Arts Skills

Harlandale ISD‘s STEM Early College High School students did not let the pandemic stop them from performing their end-of-year talent show.  These students not only receive a focused education on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, but they are also offered excellent fine arts programs.  These talented students created a collaborative video showcasing a sampling of their fine arts …

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NISD Librarian said, “No Hand, No Problem” to this Aspiring Violinist

NISD LIBRARIAN SAID, “NO HAND, NO PROBLEM” TO THIS ASPIRING VIOLINIST Strings is a Northside ISD after school program for 5th graders who aspire to be violinist. The fine arts program allows them to learn how to play the violin and prepare them to join the middle school orchestra. Villarreal Elementary School student, Kevin, who was born …

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Dolphin Drama and Book “Speed Dating,” Check out our Extraordinary Educators in Southwest ISD

Go Public is highlighting some of the top mentor and educator stories in each district to give you a peek into what it takes to produce amazing students. Here are a few examples of why SWISD and Go Public is so proud of these educators! -Mrs. Patterson’s 7th-grade science class at Judith A Resnik Middle …

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South San ISD Offers Middle School Academies

KSAT’s Cool Schools features South San ISD’s four middle school academies. These include the STEM Academy at Dwight Middle School, the Health Science Academy at Zamora Middle School, the Fine Arts Academy at Shepard Middle School, and the newly established Architecture, Construction, and Design Academy at Kazen Middle School.  Academy students benefit from AVID, project-based learning, Pre-AP …

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District Round-Up March: Inclusion, Empathy, and Leadership Through Celebrations of Diversity

Preparing students for a diverse society and global economy requires exposing them to different cultures and experiences.   Developing empathy, which includes understanding what others think and do and appreciating the emotions and experiences of another, builds the skills necessary for an inclusive environment.  Empathy can help build a diverse society, but it can’t be …

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District RoundUp: Dec. 2018 – FINE ARTS THRIVE IN OUR SCHOOLS

Proven to contribute to happiness and enhance academic success, students all across the region are mastering Fine Arts.

From Broadway actors, a nod to Boys to Men, and an out-of-this-world jazz band check out what Alamo Heights, Floresville ISD, Harlandale ISD, Judson ISD, North East ISD, Northside ISD, Medina Valley ISD are doing in this monthly edition of our San Antonio Public School District Roundup.

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The Path Less Traveled – December 2018

Cole photography and journalism students traveled to attend and compete at the JEA/NSPA national journalism conference in Chicago with over 6300 students from across the United States! Junior, Raquelle Bennett competed in the Photography Portfolio division at the conference and was one of only three students in the country to receive a Superior Rating. 

Southside isd Artwork-New Fiesta Medal

This special assignment is a fun tradition now at SISD. It is a district-wide competition during “Freedom” week and “Constitution” week. Each student is asked to draw an image that captures the meaning of freedom, independence and patriotism for our country, state, city, or school. The district winner this year is 3rd grader Luzelena Saucedo, …

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