See the new principal assignments here. If a campus is not listed, there was not a change from last school year.
Are you interested in: Increasing your knowledge on educational policies that affect your profession, diving into and dissecting a particular policy that ignites your political passion, and advocating for policy change via action research? We are seeking ANY San Antonio Alliance MEMBER interested in collaborating with colleagues across the city, state, and nation on: Increasing an understanding of the major … Read More
The SAISD Board approved next year’s budget with conditional salaries due to the special called session of the Texas Legislature. The Governor has included items on the call for the session that could impact salaries. One item on the special session agenda, for example, is a $1000 pay increase for teachers. However, the state would not provide the funding for … Read More
The City of San Antonio and three non-profit organizations are asking a federal court to block Texas from implementing Senate Bill 4 (SB 4), arguing that the controversial law is unconstitutional. MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund) filed the suit in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas on behalf of the City of San … Read More