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On September 12, 2023, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) announced a delay in the release of the 2023 A-F accountability rating for districts and campuses. The original release date was scheduled for September 28th, already a delay of the typical expected release date from previous school years. TEA’s A-F accountability system is a statewide rating system used to evaluate the academic performance of Texas public schools and assigns a letter grade to districts and campuses. The ratings examine student achievement, school progress, and whether districts and campuses are closing achievement gaps among various student groups.

Central High School student Robert Ou named a National Merit Semifinalist

San Angelo ISD and Central High School proudly celebrate Central High School senior Robert Ou for being named a National Merit Semifinalist by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). Ou is one of 16,000 national high school senior semi-finalists who have the opportunity to compete for 7,140 National Merit Scholarships worth nearly $28 million during the upcoming spring. 

San Angelo ISD Athletic App

San Angelo ISD has launched a new sports website and mobile app to provide our sports fans with highlights of student-athletes and the achievements of the district’s middle and high school teams. The athletics homepage ( includes an events calendar, news, tickets, broadcasts and more. Additionally, each middle and high school including Glenn Middle School, Lincoln Middle School, Lone Star Middle School, Central High School, and Lake View High School, have their own webpages with links specific to their campus athletic teams. 

San Angelo ISD Career and Technical Education Graphic Design II Students Add Augmented Reality to Concho Valley Murals

On Wednesday, September 13, San Angelo ISD high school Career and Technical Education (CTE) Graphic Design II students visited murals across San Angelo in which they played a part in bringing to life through augmented reality. Through a collaboration with Art in Uncommon Places, the students were able to augment ten murals as part of their lessons and provide real live applications of these skills outside of the classroom.