Secondary Awards and Scholarship Ceremony Monday, May 10th at 6pm.
Future Family Pre-registration will be held from 1:00 pm to 7:30 pm on Tuesday, May 11th 1:00 pm to 3:45 pm in the Snook ISD Library & from 3:45 to 7:30 in the secondary cafeteria. Incoming Pre-K students (4 years old by Sept. 1, 2021) new kindergarten students (5 years old by Sept. 1, 2021) or any potential students NEW to Snook ISDshould come to this pre registration. The following documents will be required for pre registration: birth certificate. social security, shot record, parents ID & proof of residency (utility bill or lease dated from the last 30 days) In August, instructions will be EMAILED for completing online registration for NEW & RETURNING students. RETURNING STUDENTS - Please ensure NOW that your parent portal email address is correct & up to date.
2021 Important information sheet
Beginning Tuesday, April 27 all prospective cheerleaders will meet during the advisory period in the high school gym. We will meet again every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday during the advisory period from April 27 - May 13. This will enable all prospects to explore what cheerleading is all about before tryouts. For more information please email email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
Snook seniors earn NCCER and OSHA-30 certifications in construction classes at Bryan ISD CTEC.
Snook ISD will continue to prioritize the health and safety of our staff and students by requiring the use of masks in school buildings and at school functions for the remainder of the school year. Snook ISD has been very successful in keeping our schools open and mitigating the spread of COVID-19 within our facilities throughout this school year by following our current protocols. These current protocols, which include masks, have been instrumental in limiting the number of students and staff required to quarantine and miss school because of being considered a close contact. Your continued support, understanding and partnership in maintaining Snook ISD’s health and safety protocols is greatly appreciated.
State Semi-Finals - Lady Jays Basketball Playoff Game vs. Martin's Mill will be on Saturday, March 6 at 3:00 p.m. at the Glen Rose Tiger Arena in Glen Rose, TX. Please use the link below to purchase your tickets. https://grisd.hometownticketing.com/embed/all
Dear Snook ISD Parents, As you’ve probably heard, Governor Abbott announced that all COVID-19 related restrictions, including the mask mandate, will be discontinued in Texas on Wednesday, March 10. School districts are awaiting information from the Commissioner of Education. There is mixed interpretation as to whether local districts can set their own standards or whether we must abide by the forthcoming direction from the Texas Education Agency. Our goal, as always, is to keep Snook ISD as safe as possible, and what we’ve done since the start of school has worked. Once we know more, Snook ISD will share our plan with you.
REGIONAL FINALS - Lady Jays Basketball Playoff Game vs. San Saba will be on Tuesday, March 2 at 7:00 p.m. at the Johnson High School gym in Buda, TX. Tickets will be sold online only. You are required to select a seat to purchase tickets but it will be OPEN seating at the game. Please use the link below to purchase your tickets. https://secure.payk12.com/school/Moe-and-Gene-Johnson-High-School/576/item/194146
REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS - Lady Jays Basketball Playoff Game vs. Mason will be on Saturday, Feb. 27 at 5:00 p.m. at the Georgetown High School gym. Tickets will be sold online only. Please use the link below to purchase your tickets. https://www.georgetownisd.org/Page/23590
PLAYOFF TICKETS Lady Jays Basketball Playoff Game vs. Weimar will be on Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 6:00 p.m. at the Brenham High School gym. Tickets will be sold online only. Please use the link below to purchase your tickets. https://schools.brenhamisd.net/page/bisdathletics-Home
Snook ISD will remain closed through Friday, February 19th with no virtual learning. We will resume our normal schedule on Monday, February 22nd. Please stay safe during this unprecedented event!
Due to the continued rolling blackouts and loss of power, Snook ISD will be closed Tuesday, Feb. 16 and Wednesday, Feb. 17 with NO virtual learning. No decision has been made regarding Thursday or Friday.
HOSA Results Congratulations to Kamree Walker!
Due to possible icy road conditions, Snook ISD will start two hours late on Tuesday, January 12, 2021. Buses will run two hours later than normal.
Due to the weather and road conditions, Snook ISD will be closed on Monday, January 11, 2021. This includes the cancellation of both on-campus and at-home instruction, and all extracurricular activities. Snook ISD plans to resume normal operations on Tuesday, January 12, 2021. Brenda W. Krchnak Superintendent
Classes resume on Wednesday, January 6 for the 2020 - 2021 school year. Please contact your campus principal if your student has been in close contact or has tested positive. 979-272-8307
Snook ISD is excited to inform you about this year's 1-to-1 device program!! https://5il.co/nrvn
Texas Education Agency Pauses A-F Ratings For 2020-21 School Year STAAR testing will proceed so parents and educators continue to understand what students have learned this year, and to gauge the impact of the pandemic on education AUSTIN, Texas – December 10, 2020 – The Texas Education Agency announced today that A-F ratings would be paused for 2020-21 school year due to the ongoing disruptions associated with COVID-19. The STAAR test will proceed for the 2020-21 school year in order to provide critically important information about individual student learning that teachers and parents can use to help students grow. For those schools that incorporate STAAR results into teacher evaluations, TEA is providing flexibility to allow them to remove that component this school year. Ensuring that STAAR is made available has been recognized as vital by education leaders around the state. STAAR results will allow schools, teachers, and parents to see how individual students are performing while also giving education leaders and policymakers across Texas a comprehensive picture of what are likely to be sweeping impacts of the pandemic on student learning, helping policymakers craft solutions for the years ahead. However, the STAAR will not be used for accountability purposes this school year. “The last nine months have been some of the most disruptive of our lives. The challenges have been especially pronounced for our parents, teachers, and students. We continue to prioritize the health and safety of students, teachers, and staff in our schools this year, while working to ensure students grow academically,” said Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath. “The issuance of A-F ratings for schools has proven to be a valuable tool to support continuous improvement for our students, allowing educators, parents, and the general public to better identify and expand efforts that are working for kids. But the pandemic has disrupted school operations in fundamental ways that have often been outside the control of our school leaders, making it far more difficult to use these ratings as a tool to support student academic growth. As a result, we will not issue A-F ratings this school year,” added Morath. School systems are required to make STAAR available to every eligible student. The test will be administered on school campuses across the state or at other secure alternative testing sites. The test is an assessment of the grade level expectations of Texas students, with questions designed by subject matter experts and committees of Texas teachers to measure how well students have mastered knowledge and skills in various grades and subjects. STAAR will continue to be administered only in secure environments to ensure the results remain valid and reliable.
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