Take note of the free summer meals offered to all children 18 and younger in the community! Free Summer Meals All children in the community 18 years old & younger are eligible! Breakfast 7:30 am to 8:30 am Lunch 11:00 am- 12:00 pm Monday - Friday June 14th - July 30th (July 5th is a holiday) Snyder Primary School 3601 El Paso Ave. Snyder, Texas TX 79549
POPS is BACK! SHS Choir invites you to their last concert of the year Friday 5/28 @ 7pm at Worsham Auditorium. Admission is $5 per person and tickets go on sale Wednesday. Tickets may be purchased from an SHS Choir student, at the SHS front office, or at the door.
Did your child receive free or reduced-price school meals through the National School Lunch Program during the 2020–21 school year? If so, your family may be eligible for P-EBT benefits to purchase food. The P-EBT application opens June 2. For more information: 💻 hhs.texas.gov/pebt 📲 833-442-1255
As we wrap up the 2020-2021 school year, we are planning ahead for the upcoming school year! Please take note of important dates for transfers, enrollment of new students, and registration for current students. TRANSFER RENEWALS DUE Friday, May 28 SISD Administration Office NEW STUDENT ENROLLMENT July 5-15 SISD Administration Office Monday-Thursday 8 am-4 pm July 19- 22 Please go to the appropriate campus Monday-Thursday 8 am-4 pm July 26-30 or August 2-6 Please go to the appropriate campus Monday-Friday 8 am-4 pm Complete the initial paperwork online: http://www.snyderisd.net/register ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR RETURNING STUDENTS AND ENROLLED NEW STUDENTS Opens July 26 http://www.snyderisd.net/register
We know that all of the eligibility forms required for band, cheerleading, and athletics can be confusing! Athletic Trainer, Alex Marsh, and Athletic Secretary, Jasmin Ashley will host a meeting to help you with the required paperwork and answer any questions. 🔴 Parents, you must come to the meeting with your child and bring their computer so we can help you connect and complete the necessary paperwork. 🔴 If you have a child entering 7th-12th grade next year who is interested in participating in band, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, football, golf, powerlifitng, soccer, tennis, or track/field, they are required to complete eligibility paperwork to participate. Don't wait, completing this paperwork as soon as possible allows them to being participating in the activities they love!
💡 Please share your ideas about how $4.9 million in ESSER funding should be used to benefit Snyder ISD students. We are collecting community feedback through the survey linked below. This survey takes about 5 minutes to complete, and your feedback will play a vital role in our planning. Therefore, please complete this survey before Wednesday, May 26, 2021. ➡️ Survey link: https://forms.gle/6SA2dZoch9H5B3kQ6 What is ESSER? Congress has set aside approximately $11.2 Billion for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER Fund). These grants will be awarded to provide schools with emergency relief funds to address the impact that COVID-19 has had and continues to have on elementary and secondary schools across the Nation.
Another round of severe weather is predicted this evening; therefore, we are postponing tonight's Eligibility Forms meeting. However, SISD Athletic Trainer, Alex Marsh, has created a helpful video that will walk you through creating an account to complete the required paperwork. We encourage you to complete this step and schedule your child's physical ASAP. Your child may not participate until these tasks are completed. Here is the link to the video: https://youtu.be/RhaBiwEnNxE
As we come to the end of Teacher Appreciation Week I am compelled to proclaim that every day should be “Teacher Appreciation Day”! As I have said many times before, short of the clergy there is not a more honorable profession than being a teacher. Every day teachers inspire students, change lives and truly shape the world. Our teachers do so much more than just teach reading, writing, and arithmetic; they also deal with countless issues that students bring with them to school each and every day. Snyder ISD is blessed to have amazing teachers, so on this last day of Teacher Appreciation Week, I say THANK YOU! Sincerely, Eddie Bland, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools, Snyder ISD
The first round of STAAR testing begins tomorrow! Fourth grade students and Snyder High School English 1 and English 2 students will test this week. Tue 4/27 • STAAR: English 1 Tue 4/27 • STAAR: 4th Grade Writing Thu 4/29 • STAAR: English 2 Here are a few last-minute reminders: 1. Go to bed at a reasonable time. (10 hours of sleep is optimal.) 1. Eat a good breakfast (with protein if possible). Arrive early if you plan to eat breakfast at school. 2. Be to school early to have plenty of time to get ready for testing. We start testing at 8:00 am. 3. Students will need their laptops FULLY charged! This is important so that they don't have to worry about running out of battery during the test. The teachers only have a certain amount of outlets and we want students to be sitting in their optimal spot to be successful. 4. Encourage your child and tell them to do their best. They have been working very hard and we are proud of them! Parents have also been sent specific information from their school principals through ParentSquare. To view the complete SISD STAAR testing schedule, visit our website www.snyderisd.net or click on the "events" icon in your ParentSquare app. Specific test days for third-grade students will be announced by your child's teacher. To view the complete SISD STAAR testing schedule, visit our website www.snyderisd.net or click on the "events" icon in your ParentSquare app. Specific test days for third grade students will be announced by your child's teacher.
At Snyder Junior High School students have several electives to choose from depending on their interest. Art & Design teacher, Ms. Rodriguez, always finds way to blend theory and technique with fun! Here’s what she had to say about this project: “This was such a fun project to do with my students and they loved it! The Wallpaper Design Project is an individual assignment focused on Illustration. The students learned and practiced Illustration techniques such as adding emphasis to line to turn their drawings into an illustration. In this project, The Elements of Art and Principles of Design were combined to create a pattern that keeps on going just like wallpaper. The students worked diligently for two weeks to create their perfect wallpaper design.” Each design is made up of 16 different pieces-collaboration and creativity meet!
Reminder! Thursday, April 1st is a student holiday/staff development day, and Friday, April 2nd is a district holiday! The 2020-2021 district calendar is always available on our website snyderisd.net.
Welcome back! We can't wait to see all of the students and staff back on campus Monday, March 22nd. Let's finish the year strong!
In spite of the challenges of teaching during a pandemic, educators have demonstrated resiliency and perseverance to find creative solutions for the benefit of our students. We are grateful to ALL of our staff for their hard work this year. We hope you will take a moment to thank them too. Recently, Snyder Junior High recognized a few of our educators for going above and beyond by saying, “You’re all that and a bag of chips!” We hope they can find time to kick back and relax for a few minutes with a bag of chips and a Sonic drink. 😊 Snyder Junior High School: Ben McQuirk Cynthia Adams Brenda Tubbs Heather Curtis
Spring Break is right around the corner, but there is a lot of work to be done! ✏️ Benchmark Testing: Snyder Primary 3rd grade, Snyder Intermediate, and Snyder Junior High School students are taking benchmark tests this week. Please visit with your child and remind them that it is important that they do their best on this test. We will use the data from this assessment to determine any instruction gaps that need to be revisited. ✏️ End of the 4th Six Weeks: It's also the end of the six-week grading period for Snyder Junior High and Snyder High School students. Finish strong! 🗓 You can always find a copy of the school calendar on the website at snyderisd.net, in the links section of the ParentSquare app, or https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/819181/2020-2021_School_Calendar_Revised__5_.pdf
8th Grade students, parents, & guardians, please join us for an important Snyder High School scheduling meeting! When: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 9 or 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 11 Where: Snyder High School Cafeteria Why: This will be an opportunity for parents and their 8th-grade students to ask questions and complete the scheduling process for high school. Spanish speakers will be available. Students, you must bring your school-issued laptops. **If you are unable to attend one of these meetings, the high school counselors will visit with your 8th grader during school hours following Spring Break.
School and district administrators will be online to chat with you today from 12-12:30 pm and 5-5:30 pm. If you are able, please join us. We hope to answer any questions you may have. To ask a question during the chat, type in your question using the Q&A or chat feature, which is found at the bottom of the screen in zoom (mobile users, click "more" to access the chat feature). 12:00-12:30 pm Click to join: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82500558219... Passcode: 389132 5:00-5:30 pm Click to join: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85340035151... Passcode: 389132 If you are unable to join us at this time and you have questions, don't hesitate to reach out. A list of contacts and resources is found in our help center: https://www.snyderisd.net/page/help **We have postponed the "Elementary Chat" that was scheduled for today until next Tuesday.**
Due to weather conditions, the 8th-grade parent meeting has been canceled. However, we have created a video with all of the information we planned to cover in the meeting. Please take note of the next three steps that need to be completed by Monday, February 15th! 1. Watch the 8th-grade meeting video (15 minutes): https://youtu.be/NXsN_RsyIpU 2. Review the Program of Study Catalog: https://indd.adobe.com/view/7c5f7748-31a6-48d6-8e3c-9c5826772c6d 3. Complete the course selection survey by Monday, February 15th! (your student must complete this survey from their SISD Google account) https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdkKPZqZnNP7DFQOqs2vY8Rn2AgKYMOp0MlA_BcHs5K_Qf6jw/viewform If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us: Mr. Shaye Murphy, Principal: email@example.com Ms. Shauna Pinkerton, Dean of Dual Credit & Academics: firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Jennifer Rosas, Work-Based Learning/P-TECH Coordinator: email@example.com Ms. Emily Beaver, Counselor: firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Kristen Early, Counselor: email@example.com
Is your child dealing with grief, anxiety, loneliness, or perhaps they just lack motivation? During an ordinary school year, students and families experience stress while juggling schoolwork and extracurricular activities in addition to family and social issues. COVID-19 has, understandably, caused additional stress for us all. Join Amy Crist and Lacee Wall, counselors, at Snyder ISD's primary school campus, as they discuss ways to help your child through challenging times. Submit your questions: You may submit your questions in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, commenting on this post, or you can submit your questions during the session using the "chat" or "Q&A" feature in the zoom webinar. Join, Tuesday, January 26, 2021 ⏰ 12:00-12:30 pm Please click this link to join: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82500558219?pwd=QjdWd2w0ajIyWUJQOXdRU29NeTlMQT09 Passcode: 389132 ⏰ 5:00-5:30 pm Please click this link to join: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85340035151?pwd=UjBpVWZabEtvTlFROS9DQXRnR3hndz09
Did you miss the live BrightThinker Q&A with Snyder Junior High? Many parents said it was helpful! Catch the replay: https://youtu.be/L8qVw_QFHY4
Here's the link to order your yearbook for $25! Prices increase to $30 after January 31st. https://www.balfour.com/