Flu shots will be given November 11th at both the high school and elementary school health clinics. If you want your child to recieve the flu shot, please return the signed form to the school nurse by November 4th. !!CLICK ON THE HEADLINE TO VIEW/PRINT THE FORM!!
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High School Staff Members support "Red Ribbon Week Say No to Drugs" by posing as their future-career-to-be Grandmothers on Career Day! Students also dressed up in a variety of future careers they would like to follow upon graduation! And if you don't want a short career then SAY NO TO DRUGS this week and ALWAYS!
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CONGRATULATIONS to Medalists Charlisa Teagle, Decoreyun Clifton and Stadriana Watts! All three were 5th Place winners at the Center UIL Academics Congress Debate competition recently held at SFA. Mariah Smith placed 7th at the event which pitted the team against many large 4A-6A schools! AWESOME!
Fifth Graders in Mrs. Wilson's class won the door decorating contest. They also created projects for a novel. Please click the headline to view all the pictures.
Ms. Pickens has been teaching Pre-K for two years at the Elementary. She says that "I enjoy laying the foundation for my students. As the foundation is being built, I get to see the light bulbs turn on and the happiness students experience when they realize they can do it." AWESOME and CONGRATULATIONS!
The San Augustine Elementary "GT LEAD" students participated in the Imagination Fair on Monday, October 18th, in Lufkin. This Seminar held by Region 7, directs instruction that has a focus on multiple genres, literary elements, problem solving, cooperative learning, addressing an audience, and presentation with voice. Prior to the event, each student selected a literary text and then shared it at the Seminar. Also, the students enjoyed a performance by Professional Storyteller Toni Simmons. Left to Right: Londyn Wilson, feature storyteller, Wyatt Bentley, Hayden Ellerbe, and Makenna Tanner
The Computer Science team of Joel Deville and Casey Nance placed 10th overall at the Seven Lakes programming tournament (in Houston) competing in the Advance Division against teams from top 4A-6A schools from around the state. The top ten teams earned a medal as they went up against 36 other teams. Khang Doan and Patrick Williams narrowly missed medaling as they placed 11th in the Novice Division. Other SAHS participants in the competition include Anthony Jackson, Brittan Nance, Camden Boyette and TJ Berry. CONGRATULATIONS to ALL!
Beginning Monday, November1, 2021 SAISD will no longer offer a second entrée to our high school students (6th-12th grade). We are hopeful that this change is only temporary and that we will be able to resume our second entrée offering soon. Please click the headline to read the entire letter from Food Services Director Sharon Taylor.
Congratulations to our October Students of the Month for our Elementary, Middle School and High School! Please click the headline to read all about them!
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has proclaimed October 2021 as “Principals Month” in Texas. San Augustine ISD is fortunate to have fantastic principals leading the staff and students each day. Dr. Liepman recognized the elementary and secondary administrators during the October Board meeting. A special thanks goes out to each of them for all they do! Pictured: Leslie McCullough (ES Assistant Principal), Christa Lacey (ES Principal), Dr. Virginian Liepman (SAISD Superintendent), Jeremy Small (Principal of Secondary Schools) and Amy Bennett (Associate Principal of Secondary Schools)
Each year, we observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. CELEBRATE YOUR HERITAGE and learn more about this by clicking headline!
Broaddus ISD and San Augustine ISD are joining together as one community to promote the “MASK UP” Campaign (#MaskUpCampaign) throughout the month of September for our students, employees, and community in an effort to keep our schools open. During the next days and weeks, our districts will be implementing activities to promote, not mandate, masks as one means of combating the pandemic. Next week, each school district will have the same Dress Up Days in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID. Please click the headline to read all the details and please participate in the MASK UP Campaign!
Please click the headline to read the SAISD Covid Response Protocol document which provides the district's response and policy regarding Covid related questions.
117 years old on September 24! SAISD first opened it's doors on September 24th, 1904! SAISD has provided 117 years of educational and community service to our children and surrounding community in helping to make Wolf Nation proud each and every day of the year!
In 2020-21, Congress passed three stimulus bills providing Elementary and Secondary Emergency Education Relief ("ESSER") funding to states. ESSER funds are then distributed to local education agencies (such as SAISD). SAISD is currently in the process of planning how to spend the ESSER lll funds in meaningful, evidence-based ways and asking for stakeholder input as we prepare a plan that addresses the following needs of students and staff. Please click the headline to go to the Survey link!