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  • Liberty City Election Day Notice (Amended)


    For Informaiton on Dates, Times, and Application for ballot by mail, Click Here


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  • School Board Meeting 10-18-16

    The school board meeting for 10-18-16 has been cancelled.


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  • Cross Country

    Congratulations to our Sabine Cross Country teams for winning the District 15-3A championship at Lear Park in Longview, at the district meet.  Not only did they win district, but Sabine completed a clean sweep of the competition, winning the varsity girls first place trophy, varsity boys district champions, and JV boys also district champions.  The varsity runners have qualified for the Regional Championships, on October 29th, at Grand Prairie, Texas.  Armando Borrego led the way again for the varsity boys team, finishing in 5th place.  Chase Lopez came in 6th place, Eddie Rosas 7th place, and Saniel Acosta also earned a top ten medal, coming in 8th place.  Completing the winning performance for the Cardinals was Collin Clifford, 12th place, Wesley McGarity 14th, and Logan Tucker 18th overall.
    For the varsity girls, freshman Macy Rutland earned a 3rd place medal.  Genesis Willett came in 7th place, Sarah Webb and Madison Matlock also won medals, finishing 8th and 9th place.  Emma Smitherman was 16th, Kali Bynog finished 17th, and Laura Padron 25th place.
    Eric Cazares was the district champion in the JV boys race, claiming 1st, Trenton Ausmus was close behind in 2nd place.  Seth Griffin earned the 3rd place medal while Preston Collins came in 4th.  Eli Morris also earned a medal, finishing 10th.  Ashton McCormack, Carter Horton, and Alec Morris rounded out the JV team.  Congratulations to the cross country teams and good luck at regionals!

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    Devin Thompson
    National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
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  • ***High School Seniors- The deadlines for
    applying for financial aid have changed dramatically! Please go to 
    to see the new filing deadlines!***
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     1st Annual Haunted Trail, Saturday, October 29th around dark (7pm) until midnight.  $5 entry fee, ages 10 yrs old and up, $3 entry fee ages 5-9 and Free for 4 and under.   272 Private Road 3380, Kilgore off of FM 1252 before Hwy 42 on left (Bo, Judy & Houston White’s house).    Families welcome, attractions for all ages.    Concessions available.   Contact Sherry Cornett, Band Booster President, 903/746-2255 for details or questions.


    20th Annual Honor America Night, Tuesday, November 8th, 7:00pm, Sabine Stadium, $5 entry fee (hot dog, chips & water provided), concessions available.   7th-12th grade band students performing along with spectacular fireworks show at the end




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  • **New**
    Student Drop Off/Pick Up Information
    Drop Off Begins: 7:30 AM   Pick Up Begins: 3:10 PM
    In an effort to eliminate as many traffic issues as possible, we are making some changes to our student drop off and pick up instructions at the Sabine Elementary School.
    ALL students who will be dropped off or picked up by parents, will need to do so in theFRONT of the school.
    Buses will drop off and pick up the students in the BACK of the school.
    For our FIRST DAY ONLY:  If you are walking your child into the building, you may park in the front or the back of the school.  This is the only day that parents will be able to walk their child into the building.
    Please expect large volumes of traffic.
    We appreciate your patience as we try to make the beginning of school both convenient for our parents and safe for our students.
    Click here for a detailed map
    Gregg County Sheriff Video Instructions:



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  • New Tax Rate
    Sabine Independent School District Adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's rate.
    The tax rate will effectively be raised by 2.60 percent and will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $26.33 


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    Upcoming Band Events

    Friday, 9/16, after game until midnight, $5 – Homecoming Dance – SHS Gym & Cafeteria

    Tuesday, 11/8 – Honor America Night – 7pm - $5 – SHS Stadium

    Saturday, 12/17 – Christmas Gift Wrap Fundraiser – 10-8pm – Liberty City Community Bldg





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Mission Statement

Sabine ISD Mission
The Mission of the Sabine Independent School District is to provide appropriate, challenging opportunities in a safe and positive environment, so that all students can develop academically, mentally, emotionally, physically and socially to their fullest potential. Sabine ISD will prepare students to become good citizens and productive members of society by enabling them to be competent problem solvers and communicators, effective, collaborative workers and users of technology, and life-long learners.
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