Family Needs Resources
These resources provide our families with guidance and assistance to remove barriers to engagement and support their child’s student achievement.
Subcategories include: Childcare, Family Engagement & Concern Resolution, New to the District, Teenage Parent Programs
Community First Health Plans
Providing families affordable health coverage for families, children, expecting mothers, seniors, and both children and adults with special needs in Bexar County.
Program provides teen parents access to diapers, wipes, other healthcare items, educational parenting and health classes.
Good Samaritan Community Services
Offering childcare services for families, counseling support, and academic mentoring to students.
Inman Christian Center
Offering after school programming for students, summer recreation, food pantry resources, etc.
SAISD Access and Enrollment Services
The Registration window is open for the 2022-2023 Academic School Year. This guide features details on each SAISD school, as well as information on our services to support students and families.
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 Back to School Essentials
A back-to-school guide for parents and returning students to navigate resources as the new school year begins.
Join the San Antonio ISD community, where every member of the team makes a difference in the lives of San Antonio children and their families.
SAISD Choice School
Families are provided with resources to select a neighborhood or choice school that best fits the individualized needs of their child.
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.
The SAISD counselors implement the four school counseling components: guidance curriculum, individual planning, responsive services and systems support. How can we help serve your student today?
SAISD Customer Experience Center
The SAISD Customer Experience Center (CEC) is a resource that serves the SAISD community by helping to address concerns, complaints, conflict and other school-related issues in an informal manner.
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.
SAISD Extended Learning Programs
After School Challenge Program is available for SAISD students in grades K-8 from 3:20-6:20 PM. Schools with a minimum of 25 students will offer a program that includes academic support and enrichment activities. Services are provided through the YMCA and Greater San Antonio All Stars. Dinner is served to students. Parents must complete an application.
SAISD Family and Community Engagement Specialists
FACE Specialists provide direct support and services to families and the community.
SAISD McKinney-Vento Services
Works with families and unaccompanied youth that live in a temporary situation due to loss of housing.
SAISD Office of Family and Community Engagement
The mission of the Office of Family and Community Engagement is to successfully develop and implement programs and strategies to engage parents and the community as partners to continually improve the academic performance of students.
SAISD Parent Student Handbook
This Parent-Student Handbook is designed to provide basic information that you and your child will need during the school year.
SAISD Parent Workshops
The SAISD Office of Family and Community Engagement offers FREE parent workshops that focus on social, emotional, and academic topics. Join virtually or in person.
SAISD Parents & Students Updates
Information and recent updates for parents and students.
SAISD Plazas Comunitarias
Opportunities for SAISD parents and other adults to complete their primary and secondary education in conjunction with the Mexican Consulate.
SAISD Police Department
We are a group of dedicated professionals committed to supporting the District’s mission, by providing service-oriented enforcement of law, maintaining the peace and protecting our school community.
SAISD Social Workers
Our social workers work directly with school administrators as well as students and families, providing leadership in forming mental health intervention, crisis management, and support services.
SAISD Student Calendar
A short list of San Antonio ISD instructional calendars.
SAISD Student Code of Conduct
The San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD) has adopted the Student Code of Conduct (SCOC) to promote and maintain a positive, safe, and effective learning environment for students and adults.
The Transportation Department’s goal is to ensure that our students have access to the best education available from the classroom to the community.
San Antonio Food Bank: Ready To Work Program
SAFB: Ready To Work Program offers tuition assistance for certain industry-recognized certifications and degrees while offering supportive services that include a case manager who will assist with job search and placement services for residents that reside in San Antonio City Council Districts 1-10.
Texas Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
Providing resources and support to grandparents raising grandchildren.
Texas Workforce Commission
Resources, tips and tools to build a stronger Texas workforce
Train for Jobs SA Program
The Alamo Colleges District has partnered with the City of San Antonio to launch the Train for Jobs SA Program, a training and education program designed to get people back to work.
Youth for Christ
Program provides faith neutral individual and group sessions that contain tailored topics geared to promote healthy relationships, parenting skills, self-care, life skills, financial literacy and mentorship.