SISD Food Service Achievement
03/24/2017

Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller and the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) today honored the Seminole ISD child nutrition department with a Best of the Bunch Award for its achievement in Commissioner Miller’s 2016 Local Products Challenge. Winners of this award successfully incorporated local ingredients from Texas in at least three of the following meal components: milk, protein, fruits, vegetables or grains. These winning schools also offered students an opportunity to learn about agriculture and local food.

“Teaching children about healthy lifestyles and the importance of agriculture by introducing them to nutritious, Texas-grown foods is a top priority at TDA,” Commissioner Miller said. “When our school nutrition partners accepted our Local Products Challenge, they strengthened Texas agriculture and demonstrated their commitment to developing good nutritional habits for the young Texans they serve and their local communities.”

Participation in TDA’s Local Products Challenge continues to grow year-after-year. More than 140 school districts participated in the 2016 Local Products Challenge. Seventy-seven districts earned a Best of the Bunch Award representing their commitment to serving three or more local products in the school meal served to students.

“Cindy Therwhanger, Kalie Peters, our cafeteria managers and everyone in our food service department work together throughout the year to prepare healthy and appealing school meals, ensuring that our students are ready to learn and achieve their academic goals,” said Seminole ISD Superintendent Gary Laramore. ”The Best of the Bunch Award highlights their efforts to serve local products in the cafeteria and make our district a leader in nutrition for the Lone Star State.”

 

 


2017 SHS Great Comeback All School Reunion
03/01/2017

Mark your calendars and start making plans to attend the Great Comeback. Homecoming will be on Friday, September 22, 2017 Activities will follow including on Saturday, September 23rd. More details will follow soon. If you have questions contact Shelby Crow Concotelli at the Seminole Area Chamber of Commerce.

 

Notice: Ex-Students and Staff please click on the link below to update your contact information.

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Registration for Great Comeback (link will open soon)


Bus Drivers Needed
01/31/2017

Call 432-758-2300 or 432-758-3662

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Wellness Policy Assessment
12/07/2016

Seminole I.S.D. shall support the general wellness of all students by implementing measurable goals to promote sound nutrition and student health and to reduce childhood obesity.  Annually, the SHAC shall assess and prepare a report of the District’s progress toward meeting the goals listed in this policy and in the wellness plan.  

The 2016-17 Wellness Policy Assessment for Seminole I.S.D. is now available online. The bullets below give you step by step instructions to the SHAC information.

  • SeminoleISD 
  • District (dropdown)
  • Public Notices
  • Committee (tab)
  • Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)
  • 2016-17 Wellness Policy Assessment (click on to download)

If you have questions, please contact Gary Laramore, Superintendent,  or  Cindy Therwhanger, Director of Food Service. 

 If you would like to participate in the development, review, update or implementation of the Local School Wellness Policy, please contact Seminole ISD at 432-758-3662


Seminole I.S.D. Success Stories
11/06/2016
Seminole ISD is known for outstanding vision, leadership, and work ethic. Did Seminole Independent School District influence you and put you on the road to success?  The district has produced many successful individuals. Check out our graduates we are spotlighting. http://seminoleisd.net/page/abo.success
  • 1965 Dr. Tyra Manning
  • 1992 Dr. Chris Lemons
  • 2003 Josh Halverson

TEA Accountability Summary
09/13/2016
The Texas Education Agency released the 2016 Accountability Summary for all Texas Schools. There are four Performance Indices which are: Student Achievement, Student Progress, Closing Performance Gaps and Post Secondary Readiness. Seminole ISD Met Standards and had two campuses earn Distinction Designations:
  • Seminole Elementary in Science
  •  Seminole Junior High in Social Studies
We are extremely proud of the achievements of our students and teachers!