Dan Agee will be retiring this year after 21 years of service with our school district. During that time, Dan has served as our director of our facility maintenance, transportation, and grounds. He has worked many long days as he starts around 4:30 a.m. to get the buses ready and doesn’t finish until the last bus comes back from the routes around 4:30 p.m. As a small token of appreciation for his hard work and dedication, Dan was recognized this past Monday as the “Salado Rotary Educator of the Month.”[Read more…]
The Salado ISD School Board met on Monday, December 17. The following is a summary of that meeting:[Read more…]
One of our students, Ryan White, suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of an accident involving an automobile back in September. Ryan has been receiving medical care through Baylor Scott and White in Temple and the Texas Neuro Rehab Center in Austin.[Read more…]
The Salado Lions Club is raising money to landscape and refurbish Lions Park and Gazebo, which is located at the Salado Civic Center on Main Street.
The fund-raiser for this is the second annual 12 Gifts of Christmas drawing at 9 p.m. Dec. 8 at the Strawberry Patch on Main Street. You need not be present to win.
Tickets are $5 each or four tickets for $20. You can purchase them from any Salado Lions Club member or during the Christmas Stroll Dec. 7 and 8 in front of the Strawberry Patch on Main Street or in front of Barrow on Royal Street.
Thank you to Richard Dabney for his very well written letter in last week’s paper (“Salado sport still without Home Court advantage”) regarding the benefits of our tennis program and our school district’s need for tennis courts.
The Salado ISD School Board met on Monday, November 12. The following is a summary of that meeting:
The annual Salado Empty Bowl event will be this Saturday, November 10, from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm at the Salado Intermediate School cafeteria. This event provides all-you-can-eat soups from a variety of local restaurants and bed and breakfasts. You can also purchase a homemade ceramic bowl at this fundraiser. Admission is $10 per person for the soup or $25 per person for the soup and a handmade ceramic bowl. Mud Pies Pottery and other potters in Texas supply beautiful bowls.
Ian Cawthon and Ben Sunshine were both recognized this year as Commended Students by the College Board. This award is based on their 11th grade PSAT test scores and only 50,000 students out of 1.6 million high school seniors nationwide earn this recognition.
The Salado ISD School Board met on Monday, October 15. The following is a summary of that meeting:
Anita Morales, one of our two high school counselors, is one of 29 counselors and advisers from across the state selected to participate in a two-year Leader Fellowship with Texas OnCourse (TXOC).