San Angelo ISD, in partnership with Shannon Medical Center, will host optional, free COVID-19 vaccine clinics at each Central Bobcat and Lake View Chief home football game at San Angelo Stadium for the remainder of the 2021 football season. The next clinic will be held tomorrow Friday, September 17, 2021.
National Hispanic American Heritage Month is celebrated annually from September 15 through October 15 and highlights the Hispanic community’s histories, cultures and contributions to the areas of science, fine arts, technology, and many others. To kick off our celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, SAISD is proud to feature one of our own outstanding leaders, Lincoln Middle School principal and Region 15 Secondary Principal of the Year, Mr. Joe Gandar and his inspiring story of resilience.
San Angelo ISD is committed to providing a safe, in-person learning environment. As part of that commitment, SAISD is now the first school district in West Texas to source an Integrated Viral Protection™ (IVP) unit, an innovative indoor biodefense system scientifically proven to destroy the virus that causes COVID-19 (99.999 percent) and other airborne pathogens.
San Angelo ISD will host an optional, free COVID-19 vaccine clinic in partnership with Shannon Medical Center tomorrow Friday, September 10, 2021, available for any interested community member 12 years of age and older at the San Angelo Stadium outside the south ticket gate 4 (off Johnson Street by the Central baseball/softball fields).
Do you know a San Angelo ISD teacher or principal who has positively impacted your student or our community? If so, you can recognize their hard work and dedication by nominating them for the 2022 H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards.