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San Angelo ISD Students Advanced to Area and State After Placing at Visual Arts Scholastic Event

On Saturday, February 18, 2024, Central High School and Lake View High School art students participated in the annual Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE). The event, held at Central High School, featured students from across the region showcasing their artwork, including paintings, sculptures, and more. The contest included 19 schools and 269 entries with 98 pieces of artwork created by Central High School students and 15 pieces of artwork from Lake View High School students.

San Angelo ISD Student Health Reminders Graphic

As we navigate through the cold and flu season, San Angelo ISD wants to remind our families about the importance of maintaining a healthy environment in our schools. The well-being of our students, staff, and families is our top priority, and by working together, we can ensure a safe and productive learning environment for everyone.

San Angelo ISD counselors, principals and staff take a picture after five SAISD counseling departments received CREST Awards.

San Angelo ISD is proud to announce the Counseling Departments at Austin Elementary, Lincoln Middle School, Lone Star Middle School, Lake View High School and Carver Learning Center have received the distinct honor of being awarded the Counselors Reinforcing Excellence for Students in Texas (CREST) award for excellence in counseling.

Lake View and Lincoln Students Enjoy Mad River Theater’s March on Washington Production

Five actors brought more than 15 characters to life in the one-act play, “Keep Marching: The Road to the March on Washington,” at Lake View High School, on Tuesday, January 23. The play, written and directed by Daniel Carlton, was inspired by real characters and collected oral history from actual people who attended the 1963 March on Washington. 

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