Happy Bus Driver Appreciation Day! 🚌🎉 Snyder Junior High Student Council showed their gratitude to our amazing bus drivers by presenting them with a special token of appreciation - a bus driver keychain! Thank you for all the hard work and dedication you put in every day to safely transport our students. You are appreciated more than you know! ❤️ #BusDriverAppreciationDay #snydertigers
27 days ago, Snyder ISD
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Congratulations to Snyder Junior High teachers and students of six weeks!

Pictured with their certificates are: Ms. Durst, Joshelyn Rios, Asher Dean Hernandez, Jasmine May, Kambree Jones, Tyler Minton, and Ms. Baker

Students were nominated by staff, and staff were selected by students for being examples of the SJH expectations: respectful, responsible, accountable, and kind.

Great job students and staff!
about 1 month ago, Valerie Morris
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Snyder Junior High administration was informed that a student may intend to harm other students. Campus administration, the counselor, and the school resource officer began an investigation immediately. All students are safe, and the issue is being addressed.

While privacy laws prohibit us from discussing the discipline of any specific individual, we can assure you that any student found responsible for making threats of violence will face the consequences as allowed by both district policy and law.

We all play an essential role in ensuring school-wide safety. It is the responsibility of students, staff, and families to report any potential threats to the proper authorities. We appreciate the concern and help of the individuals who have taken this responsibility seriously by notifying the appropriate authorities.

🚨 How to report a safety concern:
Please report any information about weapons, threats, fights, drugs, self-harm, suicide, harassment (of any form), bullying, or any other concerning disclosures made to you or posted online.
Urgent Concerns: If you notice any suspicious activity or have safety concerns, report it immediately to the principals or school resource officer or call 911.
Non-urgent Concerns: please use the "See Something, Say Something" form, that can be found at www.snyderisd.net/safety.
about 1 month ago, Snyder ISD
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In response to valuable feedback from a recent employee recruitment and retention survey, there's an exciting initiative underway at Snyder ISD. We're thrilled to introduce the Employee of the Month Award, allowing students, staff, and the community to recognize exceptional Snyder ISD employees.

Take a moment to reflect on remarkable individuals from any department or campus at Snyder ISD who consistently go above and beyond, making our schools a great place to learn and work.

Employee of the Month nominations are open until Sunday, April 28th, so don't miss the chance to nominate someone deserving. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, April 30th!

The winner will pick a prize from the Tiger Swag Store (coming soon!). We also welcome prizes from businesses interested in supporting this initiative. If your business would like to participate, please email vmorris@snyderisd.net.

Nominate someone now 👉 bit.ly/snyderisdemployeeofthemonth
about 2 months ago, Snyder ISD
On Wednesday afternoon, the Snyder Junior High Band performed at the UIL concert and sight reading evaluation at Abilene Cooper High School. This is the first time in 8 years that the junior high band has been to UIL. They received an excellent rating on stage and a superior rating in the sight reading room. Congratulations to the advanced band students who performed!
about 2 months ago, Snyder ISD
ℹ️ Families of 5th-grade students, don't forget about the Parents/Guardian & Student Meeting on Monday night!
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
SJH cafetorium
Learn more here: www.snyderisd.net/6thgrade
about 2 months ago, Snyder ISD
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Don't be alarmed if you see a police presence at Snyder Junior High while students and staff are on spring break. Law enforcement will be on-site to complete a training exercise on Monday, March 18th, and Tuesday, March 19th.
2 months ago, Snyder ISD
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School's out for Spring Break!
2 months ago, Snyder ISD
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Today, staff from Snyder Junior High visited the fifth-grade students at Snyder Intermediate School. The SHS band also performed to give them an idea about some of the exciting elective options available in junior high! Students learned about the courses and electives available in junior high and had the opportunity to ask questions.

🚨 Fifth-grade families, please take note of these important dates:

🗓️ Meeting for Parents and 5th Grade Students
Monday, March 25, 2024
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Snyder Junior High School
Join the Snyder Junior High staff to review the electives and courses available next year. We will also answer any questions you may have.

🗓️ Schedule Forms Due: Thursday, April 3, 2024
Form Link: https://5il.co/181qb

🗓️ Schedule Pickup
August 2024. Date and time TBA
2 months ago, Snyder ISD
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Reminder! No school, Friday, March 8th.
2 months ago, Valerie Morris
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Thank you to NextEra Energy for supporting Snyder ISD STEM programs! At today's Commissioning Ceremony for the Canyon Wind Project, we received a generous donation to advance our programs throughout the district. #bettertogether #STEM #snydertigers
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
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Congratulations to the District Spelling Bee Champion Percy Stelluti and Runner-up Sofia Vasquez! Percy will represent Snyder ISD at the Regional Spelling Bee in April! We also want to recognize these super spellers who competed in the District Bee. Each participant won their grade level bee and studied over 400 words in preparation for the competition. We are proud of each of you!
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
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Congratulations to the new Snyder Junior High Student Council members for the 2024-2025 school year! Aaliyah Garza, Davian Thamez, Conley Cook, Malachi McGowan, A'rayleh Collins, Diznee Silva, Isidro Flores, Oakley Vasquez, Lennon Mandela, Khallon Rubio, Sonny Barboza, Cezar Chavez, Sophia Leija, Jeremiah Hernandez Gonzalez, Trevor Mebane, and Brantely Counts #snydertigers #stuco
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
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Would you like to promote school spirit and participate in the SHS Band? Keep reading to learn more about the SHS Color Guard Tryouts for the 2024-2025 school year!

Any current 8th grader or high school student is eligible to try out. All tryout materials will be taught; no experience is required!

Practice in STAAR Gym @ 5 PM on the following days:
Tuesday 2/13
Thursday 2/15
Tuesday 2/20
Thursday 2/22
Tuesday 2/27
Thursday 2/29
Tuesday 3/5
Thursday 3/7

Mandatory Parent/Student Meeting: 3/7 @ 6 PM
Tryout date: Tuesday, 3/12 @ 5 PM

Email questions to zlewis@snyderisd.net
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
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Do you know what #schoolcounselors really do? Spoiler alert: It’s a lot! This week, we’re celebrating their dedication to all students. Thank you to our school counselors, Mrs. Wall, Mrs. Faulkenbery, Mrs. Cowley, Ms. Beaver, and Mrs. Andrews! #NSCW24 #snydertigers
3 months ago, Snyder ISD
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During the afternoon route, the driver of Bus 11 overheard a student make a concerning statement to another student. They immediately informed the school resource officer and administration, and the bus stopped at the intermediate school. Two students were interviewed and exited the bus. Their parents were notified of the situation. The rest of the students are safe and on their way home.

Students, teachers, and families should report any possible threat or concern to the right authorities. We appreciate the students and the bus driver who reported the situation promptly, enabling the authorities to respond quickly.

How to Report a Concern
If you observe any suspicious activity or have any concerns, report them immediately to the school administration or the police. For non-urgent concerns, you may use the “See Something, Say Something” form, which you can find at www.snyderisd.net/safety.
4 months ago, Snyder ISD
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If you are interested in trying out for SHS cheerleader or mascot for the 2024-2025 school year, take note of these important dates and tasks:

• Indicate your interest by completing this form no later than 4pm on Thursday, February 15th: bit.ly/SHSCheerTryouts

• Mandatory meeting with parent/guardian and candidate
Wednesday 2/21 at 6:00 pm in the SHS Cafeteria

• Practice: Monday 2/26, Tuesday 2/27, Thursday 2/29, Monday 3/4, Tuesday 3/5, Thursday 3/7, Monday 3/11, Tuesday 3/13, Wednesday 3/14 (mandatory)

• Tryouts: Thursday 3/14

• Fittings: Tuesday 3/26
#gotigers #snydertigers
4 months ago, Snyder ISD
SHS Cheer and Mascot Tryouts
Congratulations to two Snyder ISD Administrators who were voted to be among the best in Scurry County!
Best School Administrator
John Rush, Snyder Junior High Principal

Best Coach
Wes Wood, Athletic Director, Head Football Coach
4 months ago, Snyder ISD
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On Saturday, January 20, the 7th Grade A team placed 3rd at the A team Andrews Tournament. Coach Rios said, "We placed at both tournaments, and we're looking forward to our last two games of the season. This group has a passion for basketball and loves playing together. I'm super proud of them for always trying their best and willing to improve every day!" Back row (left to right): Jacie Welsh, Adrianna Melhado, and Hannah Rangel Front row (left to right): Eva Rosas, Valentina Navarez, and Sarai Castillo
4 months ago, Snyder ISD
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7th Grade A Team Tournament Champs! Great job Lady Tigers!
4 months ago, Valerie Morris
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