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Dr. Sue Shook Elementary School has been named a launch showcase campus by Project Lead the Way, a national provider of K-12 STEM programs.
More than 900 women attended the 6th annual SISD Mother Daughter Conference on Jan. 30 at Pebble Hills High School.
Numerous Team SISD student-athletes were given the opportunity to continue playing their sport and to further their education by pledging to attend colleges and universities nationwide.
Pebble Hills High School has earned the Safe Sports School award from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association for its comprehensive athletic injury health care and career-oriented education program.
One of Team SISD’s most successful programs, ROBOCOM, a districtwide robotics competition, will be Feb. 6 at Pebble Hills High School.
John Drugan School fourth and fifth grade students recently spent a morning learning the importance of taking care of the earth for their generation and the many more to come.
Team SISD proudly celebrates Black History Month, which honors the contributions African-Americans have made in this great nation.
About 1,000 elementary, middle and high school SISD students competed in the district’s three science fairs and now those in 6th to 12th grade, whose projects ranked 1st or 2nd, will move on to the Sun Country Regional Science & Engineering Fair in February at UTEP.