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 […]
Our facilities survey closes this Friday, December 22. If you have not already completed the survey, please go to our facilities committee website at www.sisdfacilitiescommittee.org and click on the “Take the Salado ISD Facilities Survey” link in the middle of the page. All registered voters in our school district are encouraged to take the survey […]
Our facilities planning committee made up of community members, business leaders, Salado ISD staff and parents, has been meeting since September to review current and future facility and equipment needs of Salado ISD. The committee has identified facility needs in the areas of student safety, classroom capacity, athletics, fine arts, agriculture science/FFA, and renovation of […]
The Salado Independent School District received a rating of “A” for “Superior Achievement” under Texas’ School FIRST financial accountability Rating system. The “Superior Achievement” rating is the state’s highest, demonstrating the quality of our school district’s financial management and reporting system.
Seventeen businesses and organizations were honored at the school board meeting held this past Monday, November 27, for their outstanding support of the students and schools in our school district. We are grateful for the generosity of the following businesses and their commitment to help make a real difference for our kids and our community:
The Salado Lions Club supports the Salado school district in many ways. Here are just a few examples:
All four campuses have been adopted by units from Fort Hood We greatly appreciate the sacrifice of our veterans, active duty military, and first responders. We have 173 students that are children of active duty military, which represents almost 10% of our 1,856 students.
Texas school funding is $2,550 per student less than national average The Texas school finance system is both inadequate and inequitable. Funding in Texas is $2,550 per student below the national average each year. An additional $2,550 per student would equate to over an additional $4.7 million per year for our district based on our […]
Committee ranks priorities for school district facilities The fourth meeting for our long range facility planning committee was last Monday, November 6. The committee prioritized ten different areas of facility needs. The following is the order the committee ranked them (with #1 being the highest priority), along with a brief explanation: