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).
The Salado Education Foundation’s Cattlemen’s Ball will be at Tenroc Ranch in Salado next Saturday, October 20, at 6:00 p.m.
Make sure everyone is up-to-date before first day of school
The following information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is important as we approach our first day of school on Monday, August 27.
The Salado Family Relief Fund will be assisting families in financial need with school supplies for their children. Students in grades pre-kindergarten through eighth grade will receive a school supply package. Students in ninth through twelfth grade will receive a gift card.
The Salado ISD School Board met on Monday, July 16. The following is a summary of that meeting:
Thank you again to our community and voters for your support of our bond election in May. Our employees, school board members, and architects have been working hard on the design of these bond projects. However, instead of trying to describe the facilities in writing for you in my column this week, I thought I would provide updated diagrams. As Fred R. Barnard of Printers’ Ink stated on March 10, 1927, “a picture is worth a thousand words.”
The UIL Lone Star Cup is awarded annually to six high schools in Texas. One high school from each of the six UIL classifications (1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A, and 6A) earn this award based on their team performance in district and state championships in academics, athletics, and music.