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December 16, 2016

A Magical Year at Sherwood Elementary School

The magic of this year is apparent during Sherwood’s Read-a-Thon. The literacy event, in its eighth year, boasts a record 114 volunteer readers. With the community rallying around students, educators and the critical work of literacy, it’s hard not to believe there is something akin to fairy dust sprinkled on the books that guests read to enthralled students.
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State-Level Tennis Results for Eight Years Running!

The highly competitive Memorial High School tennis team has competed at state UIL competition eight years in a row and finished as 6A state runner-up team recently.
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Xtra Credit Partners Support SBISD Educators Read more
SBEF Ranked in Top 10 in National Survey Read more
SBEF Announces Fall Grants Read more
Sporting for SBEF Read more

Academy of Finance Inducts New Members

More than 140 SBISD students were inducted into the Academy of Finance and the Academy of Hospitality and Tourism at a ceremony at the Westin Memorial City.
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New SBISD Police Chief Chosen

On Jan. 4, 2017, Superintendent of Schools Scott Muri, Ed.D., will swear Bruce Dareing (shown) in as the district’s new police chief.
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In the Press
American Dreamers - The New York Times
The New York Times features these words by a Northbrook High School student in a recent newspaper article about immigration.
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Analysis: Why rising property values don’t lower school taxes - The Texas Tribune
When your property values rise, your school property tax rates are supposed to fall, right? That might be how you want it to work, but it’s not the way school finance actually works in Texas.
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