Are you interested in making a difference? San Angelo ISD is looking for people like you to add to our team of difference makers in positions across the district including teaching, professional positions, bus drivers, child nutrition, maintenance, custodians and more. San Angelo ISD will be hosting our annual Job Fair at the Central High School Tucker Building located at 655 Caddo Street on Saturday, April 22nd from 9:00 - 10:30 am where interested applicants can meet district and campus administrators, learn more about open positions and participate in interviews.
Fifty third-grade students at McGill Elementary are now published authors thanks to the efforts of Lynzey Norman, a third-grade teacher at McGill Elementary. For the second year, Mrs. Norman guided all McGill third-graders as they wrote, illustrated and published a book of poems.
Two teachers at Santa Rita Elementary are taking a more physical approach in celebrating Music in Our Schools Month. Santa Rita music teacher, Jonathan Ochoa, and Santa Rita P.E. teacher, Patrick McGee, have joined forces and combined their music and P.E. classes to orchestrate student-created light paintings.
Approximately 920 fifth-graders from across San Angelo ISD filled the Murphey Performance Hall to watch “mathemagician” Danny Carmo perform his show Mathematical Mysteries – a show where “math and magic collide.”
San Angelo ISD celebrates the District Communications Team which was honored with fourteen state awards at the 2023 Texas School Public Relations Association (TSPRA) Conference. Together, the team received two Best of Category, three Crystal Certificates of Merit, seven Gold Star Awards and two Silver Star Awards. The awards honored work from the previous school year, and were announced at TSPRA’s 61st annual Star Awards Celebration held on Wednesday, February 22, 2023 in Fort Worth, Texas.
San Angelo ISD is proud to announce Michele Beers, Assistant Principal of Bradford Elementary, has been named Region Assistant Principal of the Year for Region 15. The award is given by the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA) and recognizes principals for their commitment to student learning as evidenced by exceptional school leadership.