Below is a link to our living draft plan to become a "District of Innovation". We value your input. Please email, text, call or stop by the SISD administration office and visit us or anyone on the committee about the plan ASAP!
The attached support documents include:
There will be a public hearing on April 10th, 7:00 p.m. in the Administration Building, 607 SW 6th Street, Seminole, Texas, to hear live feedback.
Superintendent of Schools
SISD DOI 2017 DRAFT.pdf
DOI Supporting Documents.pdf
F. J. Young Registration
2017-18 School Year
WHERE: F. J. Young Multi-Purpose Room, 2100 SW Ave B, Seminole, Texas
YOU NEED TO BRING THE FOLLOWING TO REGISTER:
Seminole Education Foundation Splatter Run
5K and Spirit Sprint (1 Lap)
May 5, 2017 6:00PM
Steve Haley Park
$5 For Kids $10 For Adults
Register at the following locations:
First United Bank - 601 NW Ave B
Seminole ISD - 207 SW 6th
Late Registration Available on Race Day
Beginning at 5:00 pm
Hotdog cookout after race - $5/plate
Everyone is invited to attend the hotdog cookout
(running not required)
For More Information Contact
Alexa Owens 432-758-9950
Check out Seminole High School Library webpage. Elizabeth Jackson, Librarian has many resources available for the school community to access.
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.
Update Your Contact Information
Registration for Great Comeback (link will open soon)
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.”
Call 432-758-2300 or 432-758-3662
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.
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.