Launching the San Antonio Charter Schools App

San Antonio Charter Schools app screen

On the occasion of our seven-year blogversary—wow!—the San Antonio Charter Moms team is taking a moment to look how far we have come and to celebrate the launch of our free school finder app, San Antonio Charter Schools, that helps… Continue Reading

Como Ser un Padre Que Aboga a Favor de las Escuelas Chárter

Charters 101: Being a Charter School Parent Advocate - Founders Schertz Edition | San Antonio Charter Moms

Artículo previo en inglés—earlier post in English. Mil gracias a la traductora Rocío Guenther. Una mañana, miembros del Consejo Hoplita del Founders Classical Academy de Schertz me recibieron para una sesión de Chárters 101: Ser un Padre Que Aboga a Favor de las… Continue Reading

Charter Schools and Education Nonprofits Participating in the Big Give San Antonio 2018

Big Give San Antonio 2018 | San Antonio Charter Moms

The Big Give San Antonio is an annual event to raise public awareness of the value of supporting local nonprofits. It also stimulates nonprofit organizations to hold events and find other creative ways to reach and mobilize their stakeholders. This… Continue Reading

Charters 101: Being a Charter School Parent Advocate – Founders Schertz Edition

Charters 101: Being a Charter School Parent Advocate - Founders Schertz Edition | San Antonio Charter Moms

Lea en español aqui. This morning, the Hoplite Council at Founders Classical Academy of Schertz hosted me for a session of Charters 101: Being a Charter School Parent Advocate. They asked such great questions and we had a really lively discussion. This blog… Continue Reading

Texas Education Agency Accountability Reports for Bexar County Area ISDs, 2017 Edition

Accountability Reports for Bexar County Area ISDs, 2017 Edition | San Antonio Charter Moms

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) publishes annual accountability reports for public school districts and campuses. For easy reference, here are the 2017 Accountability Reports for Bexar County-area independent school districts (ISDs). These reports are based on standardized testing data from the 2016-17 school… Continue Reading

May 2014 runoff primary election and the impact on education in San Antonio

The results are in from the May 2014 runoff primary election. How will these results impact education in San Antonio, Bexar County, and Texas? What can we expect at the general election on November 4, 2014? U.S. Congress Will Hurd defeated Francisco “Quico”… Continue Reading

School board elections 2014: North East ISD

Three seats on the North East ISD Board of Trustees are on the May 10 ballot; one race is contested. District 3: Sandi Wolff is running unopposed; President Susan Galindo withdrew from the race. District 7: Brigitte Perkins is running unopposed. District… Continue Reading

March 2014 primary election: How will it affect education in San Antonio?

The results are (mostly) in from the March 2014 primary election. Here is a summary of races that may impact education policy in Texas, Bexar County, and San Antonio. Several races are headed for a runoff election on May 27, 2014.… Continue Reading

Talking about education with Will Hurd, candidate for US Congress District 23

Last month, Will Hurd, who is running for Congress in District 23 (which includes western Bexar County and miles and miles of West Texas), met students from BASIS San Antonio at Choose to Succeed‘s quarterly convening of charter school leaders and community members. He was… Continue Reading

How it feels to be on a charter school waiting list

boy hiding under pillows, caption how it feels to be on a charter school waiting list | San Antonio Charter Moms

UPDATE: Great Hearts Monte Vista has added a second section of 9th grade (February 28, 2014)   Last week, I went to the public charter school lottery for Great Hearts Monte Vista. (Here’s my earlier post about pre-lottery stress.) What happened? Short… Continue Reading