Systems of Care for Families

The SAISD Systems of Care connects students and families to resources that meet the needs of the whole child. Through this model, we are fulfilling our commitment to increasing families’ access to social, emotional, and academic support.



Providing families with forensic interview services, Counseling, Family Support for children victims and child survivors of abuse and neglect and their non offending family members


Dual Credit

San Antonio ISD students can engage in rigorous college level course work through universities and colleges who have a fully executed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU’s) with the district.  Students earn college credit at no cost while working toward a high school diploma and their postsecondary education.


International Baccalaureate (IB)

An International Baccalaureate (IB) education can open up a world of possibilities! It seeks to develop the whole child as someone who sees learning as a life-long process, a way of life. Through its programmes and focus on the Learner Profile, students develop into inquiring, nowledgeable and caring young people who think critically, are self-motivated and seek out new challenges.International Baccalaureate (IB


Math Department

The SAISD Math Department aligns with the National Council of Teacher’s of Mathematics (NCTM) position statement around the purpose of K-12 Mathematics. Each and every student should: develop deep mathematical understanding; understand and critique the world through mathematics; and experience the wonder, joy, and beauty of mathematics.



Provides affirmative, defensive, and litigation services to low-income immigrants and empowers the community by offering services to remove barriers of oppression, multiply agents of change, and increase clients’ quality of life.

SAISD Adult and Community Education

The SAISD Adult & Community Education program serves the city of San Antonio ages 16 years on up by providing the following FREE wrap around services and classes: High School Equivalency/GED (English and Spanish), English as a Second Language (ESL), U.S. Citizenship (English and Spanish), Self-Paced Distance Learning, TSI Prep, Digital Literacy (computer basics), over 40 different in-demand certifications, micro-credentials, college and career preparation, family literacy, health literacy, financial literacy, and many more.


SAISD Communication Updates

When large group notifications must go out, SAISD contacts families by phone, email, and text message using a system called SchoolMessenger, which is one of the most widely used communications tools for PreK-12 districts. SAISD and your school also use SchoolMessenger in order to let you know about emergency situations, remind you about school and district events, update you on your child’s attendance, and more.


SAISD Early Childhood Department Counseling & Social Services

Resources available for family issues affecting student’s adjustment to school such as: Accessing services for students with special health care needs; Behavioral or social emotional concerns; Family stressors such as, but not limited to homelessness, grief/loss, domestic violence, and divorce.


Section 504/Dyslexia

The 504/Dyslexia Department oversees compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) which is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against persons with disabilities.  The department oversees identification of Section 504 eligible students as well as implementation of 504 Service Pla


St. Mary’s University School of Law Clinical Program

The Clinical Program gives student attorneys a direct opportunity to use their skills to aid individuals in critical need.
Through their clinical work, students at St. Mary’s provide significant service to the community by augmenting the legal resources available to serve the people in San Antonio and South Texas.