• Superintendent's Memo 06-07-19

    Posted by Eduardo Suarez on 6/6/2019 3:45:00 PM

    SUPERINTENDENT'S BLOG - Graduation Ceremonies are a celebration of accomplishment for everyone

    Graduation season is here! This week is a celebration of the hard work the seniors at our three high schools have put in this year. It is also the zenith of their scholastic accomplishments, up to this point. So much dedication has gone into lifelong learning, and now it culminates into a moment we can all cherish.

    On behalf of the Board of Trustees and all of us at SCUC ISD, I’d like to congratulate everyone who has met the requirements for graduation and for those who cross the stage. We’d like to extend those kudos to all family members, be it parents, grandparents, extended family and/or guardians who have contributed to this achievement.

    Every senior who receives a diploma has a story. All of them, in some form or fashion, incorporate the Core Values we live by: Leadership, Character, Commitment, Service and Learning. These traits will serve them well, as we make it our goal to have 100% of our graduates College and/or Career and/or Military Ready. We wish all our graduates all the best for their future; we know they will continue to represent us as they have during their time here and make a difference!

    Also, we wish our teachers and many of our staff a restful break. Every employee makes a difference in the lives of our students and community, and we thank you. Meanwhile, the hard work and planning for a successful 2019-2020 school year is already underway. There will be opportunities for the community to continue to engage with us, either through board meetings, or other venues open to the public that we will communicate through our website or other social media outlets.

    Please take the time to review our Everyday Successes for the week (LINKED BELOW).

    Thank you for your support. And remember, SCUC is a District with Passion and Purpose!

    Dr. G

     

    EVERYDAY SUCCESSES 

    2019-2020 AREAS OF FOCUS

    2018-2019 BUDGET  

    2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

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  • Superintendent's Memo 05-31-19

    Posted by Eduardo Suarez on 5/31/2019 6:00:00 AM

    SUPERINTENDENT'S MEMO - School finance bill a very positive development for public schools but challenges remain

    Last week, our state legislators reached an agreement on a new school finance bill for the next biennium.  It is historic in the sense that the State of Texas reversed a generational trend of a declining percentage of funding for public schools. Like any other bipartisan legislation, it is not a perfect bill, but the consensus agreed upon by both political parties does reverse the troubling decline we have seen the last 15-20 years, at least temporarily.

    We informed Trustees about the bill’s impact (LINK) to SCUC earlier this week, which comes out to an approximately $7.8 million dollars, according to the information we have at this time. This is great news, and we are appreciative that common sense prevailed to help all of Texas public school districts, including ours.

    In the spirit of transparency, though, there are a few caveats. Thirty percent of the aforementioned $7.8 million, by law, is designated for pay raises for teachers, librarians, counselors, nurses and other non-administrator staff. This is a resounding positive and long overdue. Yet, it will take a significant amount of discretionary spending away.

    Furthermore, Board-approved actions in April, and again earlier this week, will allow SCUC to increase special education staffing to comply with federal guidelines after the U.S. Department of Education’s ruling found Texas had failed to provide students with disabilities the resources necessary to meet legal requirements. Additionally, we are hiring elementary and secondary teachers to meet our fast-growth needs. SCUC will be left with a very limited percentage of discretionary spending for a $150 million annual budget, including salary adjustments for employees not covered in the bill.

    We are not telling you this to pour cold water on very upbeat news. The alternative, which would have been the state’s neglect in meeting its constitutional mandate for public education, would have had dire consequences throughout the state.

    Public schools, however, did not suddenly become flush with money. The truth is we have breathing room for two years. It would be presumptuous to assume anything beyond this biennium. There are still a lot of unknowns about this bill until we receive clarifications from the state. Nevertheless, our school board, in collaboration with senior leadership, will continue its responsible use of all resources to maximize the dollars going into the classroom to fulfill our Mission, “…to empower all students to fulfill lifelong potential through inspiring learning experiences.”

    On another note, I want to thank all of you for helping us have another successful school year. For those in pre-K through 11th grade, have a great summer. We will see you in August. For our graduates, see you next week at our high school commencement ceremonies. It is a joyous experience for students, parents and the entire community as we see our College and/or Career and/or Military-ready students cross the stage. Congratulations!

    Finally, please take the time to enjoy our Everyday Successes. (LINKED BELOW).

    Thank you for your support. And remember, SCUC is a District with both Passion and Purpose!

    Dr. G

    EVERYDAY SUCCESSES

    APRIL 2019 BOARD BRIEFS

    SCUC ISD LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

    2019-2020 AREAS OF FOCUS

    2018-2019 BUDGET  

    2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

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  • Superintendent's Memo 05-24-19

    Posted by Eduardo Suarez on 5/23/2019 5:25:00 PM

    SUPERINTENDENT'S BLOG - Feedback from Parent and Student Survey assisting SCUC ISD in better serving their needs

    SCUC ISD is always striving to be a listening and learning organization. As part of that approach, we reach out to parents and students with yearly satisfaction surveys, in keeping with Priority 3 of our Strategic Plan – Highly Satisfied Students, Parents and Community.

    We utilize a third party to collect surveys and provide us with results of our parent and student surveys which were conducted. The feedback received will allow us to develop action plans for improvement for the 2019-2020 school year and beyond.

    SCUC ISD received a mean score of 4.03 on a 5-point scale on the Parent Satisfaction Survey; the district mean on the Student Engagement Survey was 3.63. There is much to be proud of on how we are perceived. Parents rated SCUC highly on treating families with respect, giving high priority to every child’s learning and keeping clean and well maintained campuses. They have expressed to us that we have room for growth on a few key items: regular feedback on their child’s progress, and positive news (phone calls, notes and emails) about their children. We value transparent, clear and timely communication (Belief Statement 7), therefore we are going to work on improving our performance in those areas and other concerns that may have scored below the mean.

    Our students believe we value their learning at their school, and are pleased we offer an abundance of extra-curricular opportunities to them. Results from their survey did indicate we need to improve at teaching students to show respect for one another. Here again, we will design a blueprint to show real advancement on their concerns.

    Soon, we will unveil a Community Engagement Survey as we seek feedback from stakeholders. This is the third leg of Priority 3, and as we do with the other surveys, we will use these opinions to help us in our Continuous Improvement process. I am thankful we live in a one-of-a-kind community that helps guide the school district to best live up to our Mission Statement, “…to empower all students to fulfill lifelong potential through inspiring learning experiences.”

    Please take the time to enjoy our Everyday Successes for the week. (LINKED BELOW)

    Finally, on this Memorial Day weekend, please take a moment to reflect on the sacrifices of the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice since this nation’s inception to ensure the freedoms we enjoy today.

    Thank you for your support. And remember, SCUC is a District with both Passion and Purpose!

    Dr. G

     

    EVERYDAY SUCCESSES

    APRIL 2019 BOARD BRIEFS

    SCUC ISD LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

    2019-2020 AREAS OF FOCUS

    2018-2019 BUDGET  

    2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

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  • Superintendent's Memo 05-03-19

    Posted by Eduardo Suarez on 5/2/2019 10:45:00 PM

    SUPERINTENDENT'S BLOG - Stark differences in school finance bills under consideration have serious implications for SCUC ISD 

    Last week, we outlined the differences between House Bill 3 (HB 3) and the Senate committee substitute for HB3 (SCSHB3), both being debated in the halls of power in Austin regarding school finance during the 86th Legislative Session. We have made the case for the House version of the bill to be the one that deserves final consideration. It is broader, deeper and takes steps to address the state’s decreasing contribution to public education.

    SCSHB3, in its current form, provides raises for teachers and librarians, but does not address the structural issues that have plagued school finance since 2011. If SCSHB3 is adopted in its current form, it will have a devastating effect on SCUC ISD, as seen by the chart comparing the two proposed bills (LINKED BELOW).

    Next week, we will review scenarios with Board Trustees to view the possibility of no additional funding for district operations when they meet for a scheduled budget workshop on Tuesday, May 7th. As we currently understand it, any under SCSHB3 will be “pass through” funds, or money we have zero control over. This goes against one of our cherished Belief Statements, “We believe public education is defined by the local community, with limited state involvement.”

    HB 3 provides school districts with autonomy on 75% of the funding, which will allow SCUC ISD (and all school districts) the discretion to direct money for its most immediate needs, including teacher/librarian pay raises. In fact, it will provide Trustees the freedom to provide raises for all district employees, meet the ever-increasing special education mandates school districts face, sustain district facilities and maintain education and extra-curricular opportunities for all students.

    Recently, the SCUC ISD Great Conversations Team presented a statement to me regarding the difference between HB3 and SCSHB3. (LINKED BELOW). You might find it very interesting. Great Conversations is also preparing more trips to Austin to ask our state Senators and Representatives to find a solution to this ideological impasse. We plan on communicating the differences in these two bills with our stakeholders, and anyone else who will listen.

    SCUC Belief Statement seven states, “We believe transparent, clear and timely communication among all is critical to success.” These are not scare tactics; this is a factual exposition of what all public school districts will face if SCSHB3 is adopted. We will keep you posted.

    Please take the time to enjoy our Everyday Successes for the week (LINKED BELOW)

    Thank you for your support. And remember, SCUC is a District with both Passion and Purpose!

    Dr. G

     

    HB 3 vs SCSHB3 CHART

    GREAT CONVERSATIONS LETTER TO LT. GOV PATRICK

    EVERYDAY SUCCESSES

    MARCH 2019 BOARD BRIEFS

    SCUC ISD LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

    2019-2020 AREAS OF FOCUS

    2018-2019 BUDGET  

    2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

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  • Superintendent's Memo 04-26-19

    Posted by Eduardo Suarez on 4/26/2019 12:45:00 PM

    SUPERINTENDENT'S BLOG - Two proposals, but only one clear choice for school finance

    The window for coming up with a comprehensive school finance bill in the Texas Legislature is narrowing quickly. The good news is that the House and Senate both agree to add $9 billion to public education. After years of indifference and neglect, this can only be interpreted as positive.

    However, the two chambers are worlds apart on how the money will be spent. The House version, HB 3, is a much broader and deeper proposal that will assist every public school district in Texas. This is not just my opinion; it is the consensus of almost every superintendent and school board in the state. It will provide a larger increase in the basic allotment, and provide much-needed property tax relief.

    Meanwhile, while we appreciate the Senate matching the House at $9 billion for public education, approximately 45% of SB 4 is specified exclusively for teachers and librarians in the form of a $5,000 raise, with no guarantee this amount will be funded during the next biennial session and with no funding specified for any other district staff positions.  The state will also retain control of remaining SB 4 funds in the form of other mandatory requirements.  SB 4 also provides fewer funds for the basic allotment.

    If all additional dollars in the basic allotment increase are eaten up by the mandatory pay raise and other requirements, SCUC will be in a world of hurt, while the state makes it appear that they have increased support to public schools.

    Superintendents from ESC-20 have sent Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick a letter expressing its support for HB 3 (LINK PROVIDED BELOW). It is not perfect, but is the first serious attempt at school finance reform without a court order in generations. It deserves our full support. We will remain laser-focused in our message regarding school finance for the remainder of the session.

    On another topic, please take the time to look at the Board Briefs from our April 16th meeting and our Everyday Successes for the week (LINKS PROVIDED BELOW).

    Thank you for your support. And remember, SCUC is a District with both Passion and Purpose!

    Dr. G

    LETTER TO LT. GOVERNOR PATRICK 

    HOUSE BILL 3 CHART

    2019 APRIL BOARD BRIEFS

    EVERYDAY SUCCESSES

    SCUC ISD LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

    2019-2020 AREAS OF FOCUS

    2018-2019 BUDGET  

    2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

     

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  • Superintendent's Memo 04-18-19

    Posted by Eduardo Suarez on 4/18/2019 11:00:00 AM

    SUPERINTENDENT'S BLOG - Trustees commitment to District Staff much appreciated

    Earlier this week, our Board of Trustees brought about a bit of good news, approving the recommendation of a one-time, lump sum payment to all eligible SCUC employees. The compensation comes out to $1,000, minus the applicable federal and state taxes. It was made possible by the greater than projected enrollment into our school district, and by the school board’s desire to convey the message that they appreciate the hard work of all district employees.

    Trustees understand that budget constraints, brought about the state’s inability to properly fund public education, forced the district to forego raises at the beginning of the school year. We appreciate their initiative to keep in the spirit of Priority 2 of our Strategic Plan of a “High-performing and Engaged Workforce”.

    Right now, this is the only bit of good news to bring forth. The Texas Senate is threatening to torpedo the very positive House proposal, HB 3. If the legislative session were to end today, the House version of the bill would result in approximately $8 million more for SCUC; the Senate proposal would be a net loss for the school district.

    Needless to say, this Senate proposal is troubling, and it is holding public education funding hostage. We hope common sense is injected into this conversation by the House, so we may move forward to the business of having all of our graduates College Ready, Career Ready and Military Ready.

    On another note, we hope you enjoy the three-day weekend and get a chance to spend it with loved ones.

    Please take a moment to enjoy our Everyday Successes (LINKED BELOW).

    Thank you for your support. And remember, SCUC is a District with both Passion and Purpose!

    Dr. G

    EVERYDAY SUCCESSES

    MARCH 2019 BOARD BRIEFS

    SCUC ISD LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

    2019-2020 AREAS OF FOCUS

    2018-2019 BUDGET  

    2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

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  • Superintendent's Memo 04-12-19

    Posted by Eduardo Suarez on 4/12/2019 8:30:00 AM

    SUPERINTENDENT'S BLOG - Month of the Military Child allows us to say, "Thank You", to our students who serve too. 

    Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD prides itself in having a strong connection to the military. Almost 17% of our student enrollment is classified as military-related, as of the October PEIMS snapshot date. This deep and abiding bond goes back to the earliest days of our school district’s history. Community members then, and now, were the first to enlist and defend our freedom and liberties we hold most dear.

    In April, we take a moment to honor the children of military members. Month of the Military Child is a distinction we bestow on our students, who have at least one parent (or guardian) serving active duty. Quite often, it is both parents who serve.

    In many ways, the military child has arguably the toughest job in the armed forces. He or she is the only one who didn’t choose this life. They endure their mother or father’s deployment, oftentimes oceans apart in regions that are less than desirable.

    The military child frequently has a loved one absent from their big moments: birthdays, athletic events and recognition ceremonies, to name a few. This Month of the Military Child observance reminds us of the void they must feel during these times. Our military children are resilient, though, and regularly set the pace in exemplifying our Core Values of Leadership, Character, Commitment, Service and Learning.

    In August of 2016, SCUC ISD received a five-year, $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA), which helps us support our military-connected students in grades 7-12 with resources to meet their social-emotional needs through peer-to-peer programs and fulltime military transition consultants in our secondary campuses. This is wonderful resource, assisting our military-related students to help them maximize his or her potential academically, emotionally and socially.

    Make sure to Purple Up every Wednesday during April to let our military-connected students know we honor their service and sacrifice. More importantly, take a moment to say, “Thank you for your service”. If possible, highlight the contributions of our military students whose sacrifice often goes unnoticed, and find opportunities to serve them.

    On another note, we want to take the time to acknowledge some SCUC employees who embody our Core Value of Commitment:

    • Baylee Furlow, Special Education teacher at Cibolo Valley Elementary. She takes an active role, helping in multiple capacities throughout the campus. She has assisted with the addition of two new Structured Learning Classrooms, mentoring and modeling for new teachers. She assists both Pre-K classes with behavior management, tracking data and developing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs).
    • Diedra Schwertner, head trainer at Bryon P. Steele High School; and John Housby, head trainer at Samuel Clemens High School. They work countless hours serving our student-athletes and keeping them safe, whether it be the field, track or court. They attend multiple after school events every week, throughout the entire school year, and well into the summer. The recent NATA Safe Schools national award is a testament to their diligence; only five percent of the nation’s training departments receive that distinction.
    • Jana Cervantes, principal at Byron P. Steele High School. She is tireless in her support of her students and student groups, always encouraging them with great energy. Mrs. Cervantes also takes time to give individual attention to students who are struggling or in crisis. From meeting every student who must take a STAAR EOC retest or riding in an ambulance so a child does not have to be along, Mrs. Cervantes is epitomizing commitment.
    • Veronica Goldhorn, Director of Elementary Education. She works around the clock to answer questions and provide support to the principals she supervises. Mrs. Goldhorn is always available and willing to apply her experience and expertise toward finding solutions for all.

    To that end, thank you all of your excellence.

    Please take the time to enjoy our Everyday Successes for the week (LINKED BELOW)

    Thank you for your support. And remember, SCUC is a District with both Passion and Purpose!

    Dr. G

    EVERYDAY SUCCESSES

    MARCH 2019 BOARD BRIEFS

    SCUC ISD LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

    2019-2020 AREAS OF FOCUS

    2018-2019 BUDGET  

    2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

    2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

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  • Superintendent's Memo 04-05-19

    Posted by Eduardo Suarez on 4/5/2019 10:45:00 AM

     SUPERINTENDENT'S BLOG - District excellence in Fine Arts continues to be a Point of Pride

    Last week, Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD was honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. This is the second consecutive year SCUC ISD has been awarded that distinction. We thank Mike Lipe, SCUC Fine Arts Director, for overseeing the application process. The Best Communities for Music Education designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students.

    This prestigious award reinforces part of our unwavering commitment to high-quality, extra-curricular activities for all of our students. It is a charge the community has given us, with the full support of our Board Trustees. We remember the difficult days during the State’s budget crisis back in 2011; our school board made sure we not only kept funding Fine Arts, but also expanded the programs. It was uncommon courage and foresight, and now years later, we see the dividends.

    Earlier this week, the Concert Band programs at Byron P. Steele High School and Samuel Clemens High School earned another UIL Sweepstakes Award, attaining 1s in Concert and Sight Reading, to go along with their 1 in Marching Band last fall. Non-varsity groups from both schools also did well, bringing home two more Sweepstakes trophies and one Superior Achievement plaque.

    Meanwhile, the band programs at Corbett Junior High School and Dobie Junior High School also shone at UIL competition last week. All four Corbett bands earned Sweepstakes Awards at the UIL Concert and Sight Reading evaluations; Dobie also captured two Sweepstakes and a Superior Achievement plaque.

    Also last week, Corbett and Dobie Junior High Choir programs collectively earned four Sweepstakes Awards and one Superior Achievement plaque. High school choirs will participate in UIL evaluations later this month. And finally, both High School Orchestra programs earned the UIL Sweepstakes Awards earlier this month.

    Next week, SCUC will host its Annual Fine Arts Festival at Byron P. Steele High School. It is the grand finale to a two-month observance of the Arts, be it music, theatre or the amazing artwork skills of our students. There will be art displays (including the works of nine students who qualified for State in competition earlier this semester), as well as band, choir and orchestra performances. You will also have an opportunity to witness our amazing Junior High and High School One-Act Play performances in the Auditorium and Black Box Theatre.

    Take a moment to celebrate the accomplishments of each student in the district’s Fine Arts Program. Celebrate the beauty and self-expression that that flow through the opportunities provided to all who take part. These experiences help mold and shape each student as they touch upon every Trait of a Graduate during their journey: Dynamic Leader, Self-Motivated, Skilled Communicator, Service Oriented, and Future Ready.

    Please take the time to enjoy our Everyday Successes for the week (LINKED BELOW)

    Thank you for your support. And remember, SCUC is a District with both Passion and Purpose!

    Dr. G

    EVERYDAY SUCCESSES

    MARCH 2019 BOARD BRIEFS

    SCUC ISD LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

    2019-2020 AREAS OF FOCUS

    2018-2019 BUDGET  

    2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

    2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

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  • Superintendent's Memo 03-29-19

    Posted by Eduardo Suarez on 3/29/2019 11:30:00 AM

    SUPERINTENDENT'S BLOG - Trustees approve ambitious outline for 2019-2020 School Year

    Last week, Board Trustees approved our recommendation for the 2019-2020 Areas of Focus (LINK). We are appreciative of high expectations we are being given from our Trustees, and their feedback has been an invaluable tool in this process.

    We held a series of meetings with our Trustees, progressing from individual meetings to groups of three or fewer so as not to constitute a quorum. Their expectations are aligned with the SCUC ISD Traits of a Leader and the four Priorities set forth in our Strategic Plan. In keeping with our mindset of continuous improvement, the Areas of Focus will challenge us to strive upwards during the 2018-2022 Strategic Plan.

    A few of the Areas of Focus have a financial component to them that deal with our current fiscal realities. Even though the news emanating from the current 86th Legislative Session is promising regarding public school finance, we will have to wait until late May to get a definitive signal on state support. Regardless of what is decided in Austin, we will do our best to ensure those goals are met.

    The other goals are straightforward, and challenging (as they should be). I am thankful that we have Trustees who see the big picture and are not content with staying stationary. Our entire community will benefit once these are achieved.

    Please take a moment to examine Board Briefs from last week’s meeting (LINKED BELOW).

    To conclude, enjoy our Everyday Successes this week (LINKED BELOW)

    Thank you for your support. And remember, SCUC is a District with both Passion and Purpose!

    Dr. G

    EVERYDAY SUCCESSES 

    MARCH 2019 BOARD BRIEFS

    SCUC ISD LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

    2019-2020 AREAS OF FOCUS

    2018-2019 BUDGET  

    2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

    2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

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  • Superintendent's Memo 03-22-19

    Posted by Eduardo Suarez on 3/22/2019 3:00:00 PM

    SUPERINTENDENT'S BLOG - More Community Engagement Sought

    I am happy to announce that Wayne Pruski will assume the title (and duties) of Chief Financial Officer, starting in April. Paige Meloni’s last day will be March 29, and this move will allow for a smooth transition of this very important role.

    In our continuous effort to be a lean organization, and due to the upcoming completion of the 2016 Bond, we will be able to absorb his current position for the time being. Please join me in congratulation Mr. Pruski on this move and his continued leadership for SCUC.

    Meanwhile, we continued our custom of recognizing our District Partners and Collaborators, as well as our District Advisory Committees at last night’s board meeting. We informed Trustees that SCUC is going to add two District-Level Advisory Committees, effective immediately: Special Education and Technology.

    Our one-of-a-kind community makes SCUC strong with its strong level of community engagement. Our stakeholders, whether they have children attending our schools or not, make us better by providing wisdom and guidance to help us move forward.

    Please take a look at our Staff/Stakeholder Committees below, which are making a difference in sharpening our focus to live up to our Motto, Mission, Vision and Values. See if there is one (or more) suited to your interests and strengths, consider serving on them as we continue to be a listening and learning organization:

    Community Advisory Committee

    District Improvement Committee

    Booster Club/PTC Advisory Committee

    Student Advisory Committee

    School Health Advisory Committee

    Emergency Preparedness Advisory Committee

    Combined Community Advisory Committee

    Great Conversations Team

    Campus Improvement Committees

    Staff Advisory

    School to Employment Advisory Committee

    Special Education Advisory Committee

    Technology Advisory Committee 

    If you are interested in serving, please let me know by emailing us at: feedback@scuc.txed.net

    On another note, two district employees are to be commended for exhibiting our Core Value of Character. Tina Canter, secretary to Purchasing & Warehouse, is noted for stepping up to assist when taking on the duties of a colleague for an extended stretch of time. In short, when she is called for help, Tina Canter is there to assist, whether training campus administrators, newcomers, or suppliers registering online.

    Ryan Clark, Coordinator of Safe Schools & Truancy, is honored for his character too. His dedication to keeping our students safe and supporting our students who struggle with attendance is extraordinary. Even though he was introduced to many difficult situations, he approaches each one with a smile, sincerity and composure. Ryan and Tina are the types of employees that every boss dreams of.

    Finally, please take the time to enjoy our Everyday Successes for the week.

    Thank you for your support. And remember, SCUC is a District with both Passion and Purpose!

    Dr. G

    EVERYDAY SUCCESSES

    2019 FEBRUARY BOARD BRIEFS

    SCUC ISD LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

    2018-2019 BUDGET  

    2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

    2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR

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