This fall, nearly all Spring ISD students have access to free lunch and breakfast. Students at every campus will be served breakfast free of charge and through the Community Eligibility Program (CEP), the district will be able to offer lunch at no cost to all elementary and middle school students. Dekaney High School students are also eligible. Provided by the USDA, the program is available to schools that meet certain qualifications.
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Spring ISD wants parents to be aware of immunization requirements and opportunities for free or low-priced vaccinations as they prepare their students to start back-to-school Aug. 24.
To help parents and students, the district will host immunization vans provided by HCPHES and TroubleShooters program. Additionally, the Children’s Clinic at NAM will hold its annual Back-to-School Shot Blitz August 11-13 and August 17-19. Click on the headline for more information.
Milton H. Cooper Sr., namesake for Cooper Elementary School, passed away Thursday, July 23 in Tyler. He spent 20 years serving Spring ISD as both a campus and a district administrator.
He was the first principal of Bammel Middle School and principal at Meyer Elementary School. He also served as director of elementary and middle schools, assistant superintendent of elementary schools and assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction.
Spring ISD is working to make itself a “district of choice” for potential employees. Our New Teacher Boot Camp is a four-day event to formally welcome teachers new to Spring ISD and to prepare them for the upcoming school year.
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