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FSHISD Photography for Pet Adoption

Photography Students Help pet adoptions and more Fort Sam Houston ISD’s CTE Advanced Commercial Photography program at Cole High School has gone beyond its classroom walls. Students use their skills to support shelters’ pet adoption efforts, a clinic, and a store in San Antonio and New Braunfels.  “I’m helping the shelter because there is always […]

Benefits of Dual Language Programs

Dual Language teacher working with her student

Blog by: Laura Hermes, Intern, UT Austin What is a Dual Language Program?  Dual Language Immersion programs, commonly referred to by the acronym DLIs, are a way for students to be immersed in two languages simultaneously during their early education. DLIs are most commonly offered in English combined with Spanish, French, Mandarin, or American Sign […]

South San Student Athletes Speed Ahead

South San Student Athletes

It’s more than just running – it’s about teamwork, discipline, and reaching new goals. Whether a sprinter or long-distance runner, there’s a place for students on high school track teams. These South San Antonio High School students are ready to take on the season! #PublicSchoolsProvide a variety of athletics programs to meet the interests of […]

North East ISD’s Buddy Blizzard

students and teachers sliding down bounce house

At North East ISD, they let kids be kids. That’s one of the goals of Encino Park Elementary School’s Buddy Blizzard. The Alternative Learning Environment (ALE) program is designed for students with cognitive deficits who require functional academics in a structured, consistent, small group setting combined with self-help, social skills, communication and motor development, in […]

Southwest ISD Aviation Takes Off

Southwest students and faculty working on Dragon One

In Southwest ISD, Southwest High School’s ‘Dragon One’ plane finally took flight after years of hard work from students, staff, and partners! This plane was completely worked on and created by students in Southwest High School’s Aviation program! The district partnered with the Dee Howard Foundation, Experimental Aircraft Association 35, Southwest ISD Education Foundation, Kellogg […]

North East ISD STEM Students Shine in Robotics

robotics students excited at the competition

At North East ISD, seeing students succeed is exciting. Watching them work together to help each other toward success is even better. Recently, students from Ed White Middle School’s Design and Technology Academy (DATA) and Nimitz Middle School’s Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) magnet programs competed in the Robstown Robotics Competition. During the competition, the […]

Northside ISD National PTA Founder’s Day

Students as Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Cowardly Lion from The Wizard of Oz

Northside ISD’s Council of PTAs put on their annual Founder’s Day event to celebrate everything that their members have done throughout the district. The theme for this Founder’s Day was, “There’s No Place Like PTA” and featured student performances led by the Tin Man, Cowardly Lion, and Scarecrow, symbolizing the shared values among PTA members […]

Lackland ISD 19th Annual Cowboy Breakfast

Lackland ISD Cowboy Breakfast

Lackland ISD students and families were treated to a heaping helping for breakfast from the child nutrition and food service team. Students and parents grabbed their hats and boots for the occasion in full western gear! This cowboy breakfast offered delicious tacos and even a special themed photobooth for the whole family. The event also […]

Rowdy Rodeo Day at North East ISD

students feeding sheep

North East ISD students went to the rodeo! The San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo is celebrating 75 years of memories and milestones this year. While this may be a fun tradition for you and your family – it’s also a landmark event for our Agriscience Magnet Program (AMP) students. Many Madison High School students […]

Randolph Field ISD Student Athlete State Champs

Randolph Field ISD Student Athlete, Lily Pifer, posing with her medal

Randolph Field ISD athletics students give it their all, and the hard work pays off! The Randolph High School (RHS) Swim Team attended their UIL competition, and Junior Lily Pifer brought home the gold. She competed in the 100 yard freestyle and finished with a time of 54.34, earning her the title of State Champion! […]

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