At the Palacios ISD school board meeting Monday night, the board hired Christie Miller as Director of Finance and Operations. Ms. Miller was a Data Analyst working with Finance and Federal Programs at Kennedale ISD.
Parents, PISD Staff, Business Owners, & Community Members,
Palacios ISD is currently in the process of establishing a Facilities Committee. If you would like to be a part of this committee, we would love to have your help! Please fill out the Facilities Committee Goggle link and you will be contacted in July with additional information. The link will close July 1st.
Thank you in advance for being generous with your time!
Palacios Independent School District
STAAR results are available for parents to view at TexasAssessment.gov for students in 5th & 8th grade who took STAAR Reading and Math and for students who took End of Course Exams . On June 12th, parents may view results for students in grades 3-8. Parents can access their child’s STAAR results and a suite of other resources to support summer learning at home by visiting TexasAssessment.gov. The flyer, Steps to Access Your Child's STAAR Scores, explains the steps parents must take to access their child’s Unique Access Code to obtain STAAR results.
The District will be on a summer work schedule starting Monday, June 10th through Friday, August 9th. The Administration Building will be open from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and closed on Friday’s. Campus offices will be open to the public Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. and closed for lunch. All campuses and offices will resume regular business hours on Monday, August 12th.
Ginger Potts, a special education teacher at Palacios High School, has been selected as PISD Secondary Teacher of the Year. The surprise announcement was made during the PHS lunch period and Dr. Missy Glenn, PISD superintendent, presented her a bouquet of balloons to the cheers of the students. Ms. Potts will compete in June at Region 3 against other district representatives for Region 3 Secondary Teacher of the Year.
The Palacios High School Computer Science team won 2nd place team at the State UIL meet on Friday, May 3. The Computer Science contest challenges students to study a broad range of areas in computer science and has both an individual and a team component. Competition consists of a 45-minute written exam for both components, along with a two-hour programming contest for teams. Pictured with their medals and plaque are (left to right): Jackson Engel, Noah Zamarripa, Coach Cindy Hlavaty, Kaleb Mikeska, and Daniel Castanon.