✋🧼NOTES FROM THE NURSE: You can help yourself and your loved ones stay healthy by washing your hands often, especially during key times when you are likely to get and spread germs.
UPCOMING CHANGES FOR SCHOOL MEALS: It is important that we provide you with the most up-to-date information so you may plan accordingly for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year. As you may already be aware, the federal government allowed Ingleside ISD and many other school districts across our region to offer free meals to all students after Hurricane Harvey and during the pandemic. However, Congress did not extend this benefit for schools across the state for the 22-23 school year. This means that families that are eligible for free or reduced-price meals must apply to receive them, and all other students must pay full price for their meals. The application process for free and reduced-price meals opens on July 1st; at that time we will know what student meal prices will be set at. It is important that families apply for free or reduced-price meals during registration for their child prior to the start of school. The application will be included in the registration packet. If you have any additional questions, please contact your child's respective campus.
Join us for an evening of fun on Thursday, May 5th. Ingleside ISD will be holding the Family Engagement & Community Fair where over 50 different local businesses and non-profits will be coming together to provide FREE giveaways and information for parents and students. There will be food trucks, FREE face painting, and more!
Parents of students currently enrolled in 5th, 6th, and 7th grade--please join us on April 20th for an important meeting concerning updates for your child in the upcoming 22-23 school year.
National Child Abuse Prevention Month in April recognizes the importance of families and communities working together to strengthen families to prevent child abuse and neglect. Through this collaboration, prevention services and support helps protect children and produce thriving families. As Mustangs, we stand united to prevent child abuse! For more information, visit: https://www.childwelfare.gov/topics/preventing/preventionmonth/?fbclid=IwAR2Mbq-VkAt7RwOrwmtTCsweBWhPADgVJlVeRffD91Wxh3n--BXElAF4YaM
Happy Assistant Principals Week! Thanks for all you do!!!
Congratulations to New LTJH 2022-23 Cheerleaders! 7th Grade : #10, #21, #4, #16, #15, #14 8th Grade: #13, #12, #2, #9, #18, #5 Enjoy your Spring Break!
Attention all potential Cheerleaders! Tomorrow might be the day before spring break, but you will have official Tryouts! No early Checkouts.
Attention all parents, you should have received an email with the following link regarding your child's bus, and how you can track where the bus is along the route. This includes all extracurricular events, as well as your day-to-day stops. You will be able to see all of their bus travels in real time. Please click on the link below to ensure that you have this feature on your phone! https://www.inglesideisd.org/article/674789
Attention potential Jr. High Cheerleaders! Pre-Tryouts are next week Mon-Thurs from 4:15-5:30 at LTJH. Bring your shoes and your enthusiasm!
Students and staff are bringing the spirit for Twin Day at BSE. All in celebration of #ReadAcrossAmericaWeek, these THINGS, know a THING or TWO about reading!
Ingleside ISD is helping with the annual "Socks for Seniors" event. If you can, please make any of the donations on the collections list. Everything will go to our Senior Citizen Center.
IISD was able to support over 50 families this Thanksgiving Season! Our maintenance department made these special boxes for our students to deliver to families, and we want to thank them for this beautiful display of love during the thankful season! Special thanks goes out to ALL departments of IISD that donated items to fill the boxes and A SPECIAL THANK YOU to Coach Kangas and Parent Liaison Vicki Talton for all their efforts in making this happen! Our Mustang Family is truly one of a kind!
Ingleside ISD would like to welcome two new team members to the Mustang family! Please help us welcome Mr. Tyler Vernon and Mrs. Gabriela Burrell.
Attention Parents! BSE & LTJH have partnered with Aim for Success to provide sexuality instruction to your children. According to the Texas Education Code, all parents are required to be notified of the upcoming instruction and given the opportunity to preview all of the content the students will be receiving. We invite you to join us at the Parent Preview Presentation: Location: Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86492174510?pwd=N0dLb1cwQUdzTVNOSlFnNEc0UkV4Zz09 Meeting ID: 864 9217 4510 Passcode: Mustangs Date: November 15, 2021 Time: 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm The program will be presented to the students on: 6th - 8th grade on December 8th. Aim for Success is a nonprofit, youth health education organization whose mission is “helping young people make healthy choices that will give them the freedom to reach their dreams and goals”. Founded in Dallas, Texas in 1993, over 2.6 million students, parents and educators have been served. The parent presentation will include the entire student presentation, and additional information for parents on how they can help reinforce the information at home.
On Wed., November 17th - IISD will be offering a Pfizer Shot Clinic at the IHS Lecture Hall. There are only 30 Pediatric doses for ages 5 -11, and 30 doses for ages 12 & up. Please visit the link below to secure your spot. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080F4CABA928A64-iisd
It was an honor to serve those who served our country.
Reminder! Tomorrow, November 12 -- Early Release Day for all IISD Campuses.
Ingleside ISD would like to thank all the Veterans who have served our country. We appreciate you and your family for all the sacrifices that you have made to keep us safe. Happy Veteran's Day! #mustangfamily #veteransday #mustangpride #supportourvets
Early release this Friday, November 12th, due to the Mustang Playoff game in San Antonio. Busses will be running. Go Mustangs!!!!