The Salado ISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously to call a bond election to be held on May 5, 2018.
Bond could raise I&S tax rate to maximum of $0.50 per $100 valuation
Salado ISD Trustees are set to call for a $49.4 million bond election during their 6 p.m. Feb. 12 meeting at the Salado Civic Center.
School trustees met in workshop session Feb. 5 to discuss a $51.7 million recommendation by the Long Range Facilities Planning committee.
Over the past few years we have been working on expanding our Career and Technology Education (CATE) program offerings for our high school students.
Our long range facilities planning committee is comprised of 58 community members, parents, and school district employees. 51 of them are voting members and seven of them are non-voting members.
Congratulations to Head Football Coach Alan Haire, Defensive Coordinator John Kirk, Assistant Coaches Emery Atkisson, Troy Byrd, Kreece Cooper, Christopher Jacque, Ramiro Mojica, Troy Ramsey, Michael Rios, Blake Rives, Oscar Vargas, Junior High School Coaches Scott Bates, Bill Collier, Scott Ringo, and all of our football players for an outstanding season this past fall.
LRFP Committee narrows options to 3
Salado ISD Long Range Facilities Planning (LRFP) committee is seeking input from voters through a second online survey that outlines three possibilities for bond proposals of about $50 million.
Our school district’s enrollment has increased from 1,348 students to 1,854 students in the last five years. This is an increase of 38% which is the highest percentage increase of all 81 school districts in the Waco region.
Board members serve countless hours to make public education the best it can be
January is School Board Recognition Month and Salado ISD is joining other districts across the state to thank these community volunteers for their commitment and contributions to our public schools.
Salado ISD is a destination district in Central Texas
School quality has a significant influence on neighborhood choice and home values.
All seven of our school board members unanimously approved a policy change over a year ago (November 28, 2016) that effective January 1, 2017, we are no longer accepting new transfer students, with the following exceptions: children of employees, siblings of current transfer students, resident students that move out of the district, and children of active duty military and disabled veterans.