Hidden beauties Iris rhizome sale this Saturday By Nelwyn Persky, BIS Communications If you’ve ever been to an Iris Show, or perhaps seen some of the lush spring displays of the massed blooms growing throughout Central Texas and beyond, you may have wondered: Just what are those plants? Where did such amazing flowers come from? […]
Archives for September 2017
Salado Lions are faithful supporters of our school The Salado Lions Club is a strong supporter of our students and school district. Every summer they sponsor a camp for students with disabilities or diabetes. The Salado Lions Club hosts an annual poster contest for our students and provides cash awards to the winning students. They […]
Don Engleking has announced that he will not seek a fourth term as Bell County Justice of the Peace for Precicnt 2.
Bell County Commissioner Tim Brown announced that he would seek a seventh and final term on the Commissioners Court in the March 2018 Republican primary. Brown made the announcement from the Commissioner’s Court on Sept. 18.
District no longer accepting new transfers, with some exceptions From 2012 to 2016, our district enrollment increased from 1,348 students to 1,747 students. Of those additional 399 students, 275 of them (69%) live in Salado and 114 of them (31%) are out-of-district transfer students.
Congratulations to Tim Fleischer, Jeff Stockton, and Larnce Barker for being selected for the 2016-2017 Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Media Honor Roll. Tim Fleischer is the editor-in-chief of the Salado Village Voice newspaper. Jeff Stockton and Larnce Barker are the announcers for the schoolboysports.com online broadcasts of our varsity football games.
Salado Police will visit local Night Out events Salado neighbors are encouraged to gather together for the National Night Out on Oct. 3 with block parties and other gatherings where they will have a chance to meet and learn more about their neighbors.