A school boundary, also referred to as an attendance zone, defines a geographic zone within which a student is eligible to attend that designated school. Consequently, most students attend a school based on their address.
School Ratings One factor parents look for in researching a school is the rating. However, in a Google search “school ratings near me”, the top 10 results are for-profit companies with their own rating system. For example, Niche and Great Schools use a variety of measures to rate a school. They also monetize their site […]
East Central Gymnast Wins at State Championships Congratulations to East Central High School freshman Lilliana Gonzalez! Lilliana competed in the USA Gymnastics State Championships and won FIRST PLACE all around!
-Brookelyn Bankston, Go Public Intern, UTSA Class of 2022 What is SEL? SEL is dedicated to not only supporting students on an academic level, but also a social and emotional level. Social and Emotional Learning is supporting students in their experiences and helping them build character and confidence. It is a system to provide support […]
Read Across America Day Inspires Students On National Read Across America Day, students, teachers, parents, and community members around the nation come together to read books and celebrate the joy of reading! National Read Across America Day was established by the National Education Association (NEA) in 1998 to help get kids excited about reading. It […]
By practicing kindness, you can experience mental and physical changes that will lower stress levels and increase the production of feel-good hormones.
Edgewood ISD Installs Wheelchair Swings F.D. Roosevelt Elementary School students soar! An Edgewood ISD innovation grant provided brand new wheelchair swings on campus. All students can now experience the thrill of swinging! Wheelchair Swings in Action in Edgewood ISD Accessible and inclusive playgrounds are important for all students to feel equal. Edgewood has created a […]
April is the Month of the Military Child as we pay tribute to military families and their children for their daily sacrifices, commitment, and courage. Every April 15th is Purple Up! For Military Kids Day, and our public schools show support for military kids by encouraging everyone to wear purple. Why purple? Purple symbolizes the […]
CELEBRATING INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS WEEK WITH LITERATURE DECEMBER 7-11 Inclusive Schools Week celebrates the progress of schools to provide supportive education to a diverse student population. Inclusion in schools protects those students with disabilities, gender differences, socio-economic challenges, and cultural diversity. Inclusive Schools Week also provides the opportunity for educators, students, and families to address what […]
A couple of Harry Potters at Harlandale ISD’s Book Character parade! This Sheldon ISD librarian dressed in character to read to elementary students The Cat in the Hat spotted at Adams Elementary in Harlandale ISD! Children’s Book Week is the longest-running national literacy initiative, and we celebrate its 101st anniversary from November 9th-15th! This notable week […]