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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. 

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.

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. 

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.

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.

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.

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.