Salado ISD will host a Flu Vaccine Clinic on Oct. 13. The cost to students is $10, paid to Movax via cash or check by Oct. 7.
JC Clay and Rebecca Gonzales were crowned as the 2016 Salado High School Homecoming King and Queen during ceremonies at Salado Eagle Field Sept. 24. After the Homecoming crowning, the Salado Eagles went on to beat St. Dominic Catholic High School 42-17.
Salado will crown the 2016 Homecoming King and Queen at 7 p.m. Sept. 23 at Eagle Field. After the homecoming ceremonies, the Salado Eagles will play the Eagles of St. Dominc Catholic High School at 7:30 p.m., hoping to add a third win to the pre-district season.
Friday night, the Eagles played their first home game of the year, beating the Hyde Park Panthers 28-9. Before the game, all of the Eagles players were introduced along with their families. At halftime, the Salado Eagles Marching Band performed.
School board lowers tax rate Salado ISD Trustees adopted a $14 million operating budget following a public hearing on the matter Aug. 31 and dropped the tax rate from $1.26 per $100 valuation to $1.2238 per $100 valuation.
Former Salado ISD Superintendent Robin Battershell is one of five finalists for the Texas Association of School Boards Superintendent of the Year award.
Moms were all smiles, while the little ones were not-so-much on the first day of school Aug. 23. Superintendet Michael Novotny reported that first day enrollment for the District was 1,750 students. (Photos by Royce Wiggin)
The fifth annual Shootout for Education returns to Solana Ranch Aug. 13 with registration beginning at 8 a.m.
WACO, Texas— Students soon will leave behind the lazy summer days and go back to school, leaping — or crawling — out of bed when that early alarm clock goes off.