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Salado School News

Legislation would reduce number of playoff teams

Sen. Perry files bill to adjust UIL playoff system

                                                                            

LUBBOCK, TX – Today, Senator Charles Perry filed SB 237 to limit the number of teams advancing to the playoffs from each University Interscholastic League (UIL) district to two teams. 

  • Written by Tim Fleischer

SHS wins Lone Star Cup -- again

Eagles tie 2A record second straight year,

scoring heavy in spring events

Salado High School has won the UIL Lone Star Cup for the second year in a row! University Interscholastic League (UIL) announced the winners June 12 and Salado has repeated as Lone Star Champions.
  • Written by Tim Fleischer

Salado ISD Board of Trustee Candidates

Four candidates have filed for three three-year terms on the Salado ISD Board of Trustees. They appear on the ballot in the following manner: Rodney W. Bell, Kristi Jarvis, Brian Sunshine and Kim Bird. 

  • Written by Tim Fleischer
Salado High Film Squad

SHS Film Squad wins State

The Heroes at Home: The Untold Story

The Salado Film Squad won the inaugural state competition of the UIL Focus - Young Filmmakers Festival. Their documentary, “The Heroes at Home: The Untold Story,” was shown on April 16 at the Paramount Theater in Austin. Final awards were announced that evening at the premiere and The Heroes At Home: The Untold Story was the overall winner.

  • Written by Tim Fleischer
Salado High Film Squad

SHS Film Squad heading to State

The Heroes at Home: The Untold Story

The Salado Film Squad reached the state final round of competition of the UIL Focus - Young Filmmakers Festival. Their documentary, “The Heroes at Home: The Untold Story,” will be shown on April 16 at the Paramount Theater in Austin. Final awards will be announced that evening at the premiere.

  • Written by Tim Fleischer
Chili War in Salado Oct. 26

All out war -- Chili War

Chili tastings begin at 11 a.m.

If you like it hot, you will love the second annual Salado Eagle Chili War Oct. 26 at Salado High School.

  • Written by Tim Fleischer
Do not pass School buses

Obey the Law: Don't pass stopped school buses

Troopers set to issue tickets to drivers breaking the law

 

AUSTIN – As part of National School Bus Safety Week (Oct. 21-25), the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is urging drivers to obey state law by not passing any school bus that is stopped and operating a visual signal – either flashing red lights or a stop sign. In addition, Texas Highway Patrol troopers will be enhancing their efforts to catch those drivers who break the law.

  • Written by Tim Fleischer