- Build relationships and a sense of camaraderie among the SAISD family.
- Engage alumni, students and former employees in perpetuating SAISD pride.
- Recruit alumni, former employees, and friends to serve as ambassadors who actively promote the district.
About SAISD Nation:
SAISD Nation is an online community where you can stay connected with regular updates and articles, along with a wide range of information on special events, mentoring, and volunteer opportunities. There's also an alumni directory where you can submit your name and connect with old friends and classmates. We invite you to encourage your friends to sign up for SAISD Nation today and explore all we have to offer. Thank you for being such an important part of what makes SAISD so great - the SAISD family!
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SAISD is as diverse and historically rich as the city whose name it shares. As San Antonio’s founding school district, SAISD neighborhood schools have served the heart of the Alamo City for more than 100 years. Today, SAISD serves about 49,000 students across more than 90 schools in our culturally proud, urban community. From forward-thinking academic and extracurricular programs at our neighborhood schools to a growing list of specialized schools, SAISD students can customize their own educational experience and find what truly drives them. Learn more about SAISD here.
Six educators from Burbank High School, SAISD were awarded Innovative Teacher Grants from the SAISD Foundation last week. From carpentry and sewing skills to a science expo and a digital recording station, these innovative educators are doing it all and we are happy to help make it happen!read moreSixty years before the Spurs won their first NBA championship, a scrappy young squad of Mexican American ballers was making history of its own in San Antonio’s Westside barrios. From 1939 to 1945 Lanier High School won two state basketball titles, finishing second once and third twice, along the way combating negative perceptions of knife-wielding Tejanos that were prevalent during the segregated WWII era. Lanier’s dynastic run started with a literal bang, as fist met face when the team won their initial championship in San Antonio.read more