SABINE

Independent School District

Achieving Excellence

Sabine ISD News

  • RFP - Demolition of Old Sabine Elementary School

    Click the above title to download the complete RFP form.

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  • Freshmen Orientation

    Please join us for pizza and lots of information at Freshman Orientation August 19th 10:00-12:00 at the high school.

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  • School Supply Lists for 2017-2018

    Click the headline above for more information.

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  • Kilgore College Adult Education and Literacy

    English Classes for Adults. Mondays and Tuesdays 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. In classroom 211 of Sabine High School. Other new student registration days are: Monday, October 2nd, at 6:00, Monday, November 6th, at 6:00, Monday, December 4th, at 6:00. For more information, call (903) 236-2004 (Spanish speaker available). *The only requirement is that students complete at least 60 hours of class in order to take the progress test

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  • Proposed 2017-2018 Calendar

    Proposed draft of the 2017-2018 school calendar that is pending approval by the Sabine ISD Board.

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  • District of Innovation Rough Draft

    This is the draft of the District of Innovation Plan for Sabine ISD that has been developed by the DEIC. This plan is pending and has not been approved and will be posted on this website for 30 days prior to board approval.

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  • HS UIL Academic Regional Results

    With 149 points total, Sabine did another great year. Congratulations to Scottie Taylor, Devin Thompson, T Taylor, Jeff Thompson, Hannah Peters, Keaton Shelley for advancing to state, and will compete in Austin in a few weeks.

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  • Sabine Elementary Jump Rope for Heart

    Jump Rope for Heart is an annual fundraising event held at Sabine Elementary school, and at schools nationwide, benefiting the American Heart Association. The Jump Rope For Heart event is for all 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders at Sabine who raised money for the American Heart Association. This year the students raised a grand total of $13,260.50.

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  • Kilgore College

    If your student plans to attend Kilgore College in the fall, you need to be applying for their scholarships NOW! Visit the following to find out what is available: https://www.kilgore.edu/future-students/student-services/financial-aid/financial-aid-scholarships.

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  • School Board Meeting Videos

    Due to the large number of requests we get for DVD copies of the board meetings, we are now posting the videos on our web site. To access these videos, please go to About Us > School Board > Board Meeting Videos . You will be able to access recent videos as well as all school board meeting recordings in the future.

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  • Sabine ISD Has an Updated Mobile App

    Sabine ISD has an updated mobile app. It is available in the iTunes App Store and Google Play store and has a new user interface. Don't forget to check your phone/device's updates section to allow it to update.

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  • High School Counselors are now on Facebook

    Follow us @sabinehighschool on Facebook: www.facebook.com/sabinehighschool for information from the counseling department for 9th-12th graders, parents, teachers, and community.

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  • Elementary Student Drop Off/Pick Up Information

    Drop Off Begins at 7:30 AM, Pick Up Begins: 3:10 PM. ALL students who will be dropped off or picked up by parents, will need to do so in the FRONT of the school.

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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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