Independent School District

Achieving Excellence

Instructional Programs
Our mission 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.
The Department of Curriculum and  Instructional Programs strive to accomplish this mission by providing a variety of educational opportunities for all students. The programs of the district include gifted and talented classes, computer classes, career and technology education, UIL academic and athletic competitions, the Texas Scholars Program and a fine arts program. Our schools also have well equipped libraries, computer labs and physical education facilities.
Career and Technology

Sabine Independent School District offers career and technology education programs: Business Education / Finance; Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources; Cooperative Education; Human Services. Admission to these programs is based on grade level, age appropriateness, interest, class space availability, and aptitude. It is the policy of Sabine ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap in its vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.

 Shelley Yates
Director of Curriculum and Instruction

Community/Student Engagement Performance Ratings
TEA 2016 Accountability Summary
TEA 2014-2015 Federal Report Cards
Middle School
High School
TAPR 2014-2015