Tips for Taking Your Family to the McNay Art Museum to See “Immersed: Local to Global Art Sensations”

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The definition of immerse is “to plunge into something that surrounds or covers.” That is a good description of  Immersed: Local to Global Art Sensations, the new exhibit at the McNay Art Museum. Each room by a different artist is… Continue Reading

“Predators vs. Prey” at the Witte Museum Focuses on Dinosaurs in Texas

Witte Museum Dinosaurs, "Predators vs. Prey" | San Antonio Charter Moms

“Predators vs. Prey: Dinosaurs in the Land Before Texas” is at the Witte Museum through September 3, 2018. Consistent with the Witte Museum’s mission of presenting the deep history of Texas, the dinosaurs featured in the exhibit once inhabited the… Continue Reading

[Hall Monitor] Texas Commission on Public School Finance: Sophie’s Choice

Note from SA Charter Moms: We are proud to share guest posts from hallmonitor covering San Antonio’s public schools. If the Texas Commission on Public School Finance were a Hollywood movie, we’d be nearing that part in the movie when the main… Continue Reading

SAISD’s Big Picture: Superintendent Pedro Martinez and the System of Great Schools Model

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In 2011, my family moved out of San Antonio ISD in search of the right schools for our children; this 2012 post at the Rivard Report captured our situation at the time. In 2018, the landscape is different. Families now… Continue Reading

[Hall Monitor] Bonham Academy, San Antonio ISD’s Dual Language Darling, Fears for Its Future

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Note from SA Charter Moms: We are proud to share guest posts from hallmonitor covering San Antonio’s public schools. During the citizens to be heard portion of Monday’s San Antonio ISD board meeting, parents and students from Bonham Academy expressed concern about… Continue Reading

[Hall Monitor] Meet Relay Lab Schools, SAISD’s Third Partner Under SB 1882

Relay principal fellow Jackie Navar leads community meeting after breakfast at Ogden Elementary | San Antonio Charter Moms

Note from SA Charter Moms: We are proud to share guest posts from hallmonitor covering San Antonio’s public schools. Every one of Ogden Elementary‘s 650 students has free breakfast at school. The littlest kids eat in their class, the primary grades (K–2)… Continue Reading

Parents for Pedro: Why Parents in San Antonio ISD Should Support Superintendent Pedro Martinez

Twain Dual Language Academy students reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at the San Antonio ISD State of the District address | San Antonio Charter Moms

The headlines coming out of San Antonio ISD lately have been alarming: “Teacher Layoffs,” “Making Cuts to Teaching Staff,” and more. Superintendent Pedro Martinez is facing strong criticism. But I want to assure families and people who care about the long-term success… Continue Reading

[Hall Monitor] Texas Commission on Public School Finance: The Big Squeeze

[Hall Monitor] Texas Commission on Public School Finance: The Big Squeeze | San Antonio Charter Moms

Note from SA Charter Moms: We are proud to share guest posts from hallmonitor covering San Antonio’s public schools. I have to be honest. I didn’t understand much of what was said at the April 5 Texas Commission on Public School Finance… Continue Reading

Northside ISD School Bond 2018: New Schools, New Upgrades

Northside ISD School Bond 2018: New Schools, New Upgrades | San Antonio Charter Moms

As part of School Bond 2018, the largest school bond package put to voters in recent years, Northside ISD—the city’s biggest school district—has proposed the construction of four new schools on the far West Side to accommodate a continued uptick… Continue Reading