San Antonio ISD

November 16, 2021

Non-Discrimination Statement

It is the policy of San Antonio ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation or disability in its vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and SAISD's board policies DIA, FFH, and FFI.
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Bullying Prevention

District Position on Bullying

"Bullying is prohibited by the district and could include hazing, threats, taunting, teasing, confinement, assault, demands for money, destruction of property, theft of valued possessions, name-calling, rumor-spreading, or ostracism"

Bullying can be:

  • Harassment
  • Teen Dating Violence
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Physical Abuse
  • Assault
  • By an Employee
Students are encouraged to report incidents of bullying to a trusted adult within their schools so steps can be taken to ensure student safety.

Learn more about what bullying is and how to empower students to disrupt bullying in schools at the link below!

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Report Bullying Anonymously

P3 Campus is an anonymous tip reporting solution designed specifically for the educational community. P3 Campus is a vital tool in keeping schools and students safe. School community members can report about a wide range of concerns, from mental health issues to threats of violence through our P3 Campus mobile app or through any web browser at the link below

P3 Campus | Anonymous Reporting Solution for Schools

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Our mission is to implement a quality comprehensive, developmental school counseling program to benefit all students. Professional School Counselors accomplish this mission by implementing the four school counseling components: guidance curriculum, individual planning, responsive services and systems support.

Use the form to refer someone to counseling services.

District Partners for Mental Health

Please contact your school counselor or social worker for more information on services offered by these organizations!

  • Baptist Children & Family Services
  • Center for Healthcare Services
  • Feed the Children
  • Handle with Care - SAPD, SAFD, BSCO
  • Mobile Mental Health Collaborative - Jewish Family Services
  • Assistance League of San Antonio
  • Undies for Everyone
  • Catholic Charities
  • Children's Bereavement Center of South Texas
  • Latched
  • SA Threads
  • SA Mini Threads
  • Workforce Solutions
  • Youth for Christ
  • Bexar County Amigos in Mediation
  • San Antonio Council of Alcohol and Drug Awareness
  • UT Teen Health - Real Essentials
  • Good Samaritan
  • Communities in Schools
  • University Social Work Interns - Our Lady of the Lake University, University of Texas at San Antonio, Texas State University, University of Texas at Austin, University of Texas at Arlington, University of New England

Choice Schools and Magnet Programs offer specialized academic programming designed to best fit the individual interests of students. An application is required to gain admission to these schools. Admission is based on a lottery system and is open to all students living in Bexar county and surrounding areas.

The application deadline for the 2022-2023 school year is October 12, 2021 to January 14, 2022. Follow the link below or scan the QR code to fill out an application for the 2022-2023 school year!

San Antonio ISD | SchoolMint

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Career and Technical Education (CTE) is committed to supporting SAISD's mission of preparing our students for an ever changing world by providing rigorous instruction aligned with the demands and expectations of industry needs and local workforce.

Explore the Career and Technical Education programs and classes offered by SAISD below!

Personalized Graduation Plans

What is a personalized graduation plan?

A personalized graduation plan or PGP is a students road map to graduation. This document is customized to each and every student to ensure that all educational needs are met to get them to graduation!

See an example of a blank personalized graduation program here!

Why use a personalized graduation plan?

Every student has different educational interests and they want to pursue different paths in their future! Using a personalized graduation plan helps each student plan their studies in line with their long term goals!

Who can help you fill out a personalized graduation plan?

Contact your school counselor to fill out your PGP! They can review what classes your school offers and what classes are right for you.

When do you complete a personalized graduation plan?

You begin your PGP when you start your transition to high school, in the 8th grade school year. Your counselor(s) will review what classes you will be taking from your freshman to senior year.
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SchooLinks is a college and career readiness program used in SAISD to empower and prepare students for the future! It is available to students starting in the 6th grade and they can use it through 12th grade.

Follow the link below to login:

Call the technology help desk at 210-244-2929 for help with your account

Our primary purpose of improving lives through a quality education is driven by an unrelenting determination to have all students graduate and prepare them for success beyond graduation. Our ideology is reflected in our core beliefs, values, and commitments that guide us in our daily practices.