Santa Anna Scoop

January 20, 2023

Student of the Week = Ty Bruce

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Ty Bruce is a student of excellence. He has long-term goals and is responsible, focused, and intrinsically motivated. Additionally, Ty is a student who shows respect to staff and students along with being a person who provides quality input during whole-group lessons or in collaboration groups. This young man is an all-around great example of the Mountaineer Spirit!

Also Nominated:

Zac Calfa

The only place that success precedes work is in the dictionary. Zach is one of the most studious students that I have. I truly can't wait to see what the future beholds for him.

Matthew Walker

Matthew always has a smile on his face and a positive attitude! He is always polite and respectful and a hard-working student! A joy to have in class!

Employee of the Week = Katrina Tomlinson

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Katrina is so knowledgeable. There are very few things on this campus that she can't handle. She can either tell you how to do it or tell you how to find out for yourself. This school district is lucky to have her!

Also nominated:

Steffany Fitzpatrick

It doesn't matter what she does here at SASID, She is always on top of her game. Steffany is a key part of what we do here at Santa Anna ISD. From the love and compassion that she shows for the students to just being an over all good person, she is a true blessing to SAISD.

Larry Bostick

Larry Bostic manages an amazing team of technology support staff! Additionally, he is always willing to stop whatever project he might be completing to assist teachers when information is needed to verify student activity on the computer system for location of missing work or data. The service provided by Mr. Bostic his team is vital to classroom success!

Nathan Hindman

He is here. He is there, Hindman is everywhere! What a great leader for our Ag department. Thank you for your hard work and countless hours spent with our students getting them ready for the shows. You definitely deserve a GOLD star!

5-Year Plan - Meeting to Revisit an update or Goals

Open to all parents, community members, staff, and student!

Come join us Thursday evening in the cafeteria at 6:15 pm to analyze how we're doing on our 5-year plan, add some more components to our goals, and develop new action steps to achieve our goals.

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Elementary News

Today is the 100th day of school!! Thanks to everyone who dressed up like your 100 today. Everyone looked awesome! Today is also the end of the 3rd week of the 4th six weeks. Progress reports will go out Monday. Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

Elementary celebrates the 100th day of school

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Secondary News

We hit the ground running with all the extra-curricular activities in full swing for the Spring semester. The 4th Six Weeks is halfway over.

Coleman County Livestock Show

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Coleman County Ag Mechanics Show

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Varsity Girls Basketball vs Panther Creek

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Junior High Girls Basketball: win over Paint Rock

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Junior High Boys Basketball vs Paint Rock

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Senior Spotlight

Every few weeks leading up to graduation, we will interview two students out of the senior class about what they will be pursuing after high school, the goals they would like to achieve in ten years, and their favorite parts so far about their senior year.

Our first student is Brayden Strickland. Brayden is the son of David and Natasha Strickland. He plans to attend Sam Houston University to pursue a degree in electrical engineering. In ten years, he would like to achieve his goals of having a job with his degree, settle down, and have fun with his new life as an electrical engineer. The best part of his senior year so far is winning Homecoming King. “It was crazy, I didn’t expect to win!” said Brayden. After winning Homecoming King, Brayden then shaved his head bald as it was a promise to the student body if he won.

Our second student is Ariel Guthrie. Ariel is the daughter of Rhett and Laurel Guthrie. She plans to attend the University of Texas or Texas State University to pursue her degree in Communications. In ten years, she would like to travel the world and use her degree to live her life as a digital marketer. Ariel’s favorite part of her senior year so far was attending the State Thespian Festival. The Thespian Festival is a gathering of high school theater students desiring to better themselves as actors and actresses and to have a chance to compete at nationals. “Not only going to this convention was fun, but I learned new concepts and met many new people,” said Ariel.

These two students have been our spotlights of the week and we hope that their senior year and lives after college will be just as great as they are!

Article by Linda Kugle

Interviews by Tatum Cantu

Newton's candle with K'nex by Seniors

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Next Week at a Glance

Mon. Jan. 23 Breakfast: Cereal/Pancake Lunch: Chicken Spaghetti

  • JH Basketball @ Panther Creek, starts at 6:00 pm
  • School Board meeting at 5:30 pm

Tues. Jan. 24 Breakfast: Cereal/BRK Burrito Lunch: Frito Pie

  • Interim Testing in 7 Math (8:00) and 8 English (9:40)
  • HS Basketball @ Eden, there at 6:00 pm

Wed. Jan 25 Breakfast: Cereal/Waffles Lunch: Beef Stew

  • Interim Make-up date

Thur. Jan. 26 Breakfast: Cereal/BRK on Bun Lunch: Steak Fingers

  • 5 Year Committee Planning meeting at 6:15 pm
  • JV Boys Basketball @ Lometa, there at 6:00 pm

Frid. Jan. 27Breakfast: Cereal/Muffin Lunch: Boneless Chicken

  • Students regain eligibility
  • HS Basketball @ Olfen, starts at 6:00 pm

Sat. Jan. 28 – Saturday School from 8:00 – noon

  • OAP Clinic in Hamilton
  • Power Lifting competition at Meridan, starts at 8:30 am

Upcoming events

Mon. Jan. 30 – JH Basketball v. Menard

Tues. Jan. 31- HS Basketball v. Paint Rock

Thurs. Feb. 2 – HS Tennis Tournament at Early
Start of San Angelo Stock Show (Ag Mech.)

Sat. Feb. 4 – JH Basketball Tournament

Fri. Feb. 10 – End of the 4th Six Weeks/Early Release

Sat. Feb 10 – Elementary Valentine Coronation