School and Sports

Thu
26
Mar
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Coyote Pride

The Coronavirus COVID-19 brought the United States into clear focus of the reality of a pandemic problem. School districts must remain focused on this Public Health Crisis first and foremost.

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Thu
26
Mar
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A Word from Wayne

It’s a great day to be a Dillo! Welcome to the new normal. San Saba ISD is functioning well. Our teachers and staff have done so much in such a short amount of time.

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Thu
19
Mar
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San Saba grows Seed Library

San Saba Seed Library is a free seed project committed to increasing the capacity of our community to feed itself wholesome food by offering seeds and education.

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Thu
19
Mar
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Coyote Pride

The Coronavirus COVID-19 brought the United States into clear focus of the reality of a pandemic problem. School districts must remain focused on this Public Health Crisis first and foremost. Only faculty and staff arrived back at school on Monday, March 16 after a week of spring break. During the day on Monday, staff at Richland Springs ISD made a revision to our school calendar. As a result, no students will be at school this week. Students will report for school on March 23, 2020. Contact Principal Rhonda Wyatt with your concerns and questions.

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Thu
12
Mar
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State Bound!!

State Bound!!

The San Saba Armadillo basketball team made history last weekend as they defeated Weimer 55-54 in the Regional semi-finals. They then dominated Normangee in the Regional finals 49-34 to advance to the State Tournament in San Antonio March 13th-14th. This marks the first time that any boys basketball team has advanced to the “Final Four.” Up to last Saturday, the farthest the Dillos had made it was the Regional semi-finals in 1990.

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Thu
05
Mar
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SSHS students compete in Academic Invitational at Eldorado Feb. 22nd

SSHS students compete in Academic Invitational at Eldorado Feb. 22nd

Part of San Saba’s Academic team traveled to Eldorado on Saturday, February 22nd, to compete in an Academic Invitational meet. Journalism students also competed earlier in the week and did not have to attend on Saturday.

Over 20 teams were entered. San Saba took 3rd place overall. Finishing 3rd was quite an accomplishment because less than half of our team was entered in this meet.

 

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Thu
05
Mar
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Lady Dillo Basketball Report

The Lady Dillos season came to an end in the Elite Eight at the Regional Tournament. It was the fourth straight appearance at the Regional Tournament for the Lady Dillos and an incredible season in which the Lady Dillos won the most games in school history with an overall record of 37-4.

On their road to the Regional Tournament, they met Hearne in the Regional Quarterfinals. The Lady Dillos started out fast and built a 26-12 lead at halftime and would never look back. The Lady Dillos defeated Hearne by a final score of 65-36.

In the Regional Semifinals, the Lady Dillos met a familiar playoff opponent in Shiner. Once again, the Lady Dillos started out fast offensively and with great team defense held a 15-4 first quarter lead. The Lady Dillos would continue to prove to be too much for the Lady Comanches and would go on to defeat Shiner by a score of 55-28.

 

Thu
05
Mar
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A Word from Wayne

It’s a great day to be a Dillo!!! Our athletic teams are doing very well in spring sports. Basketball, golf, powerlifting and tennis teams have all performed with integrity and character. We should all be proud of their dedication and performance. With playoffs comes passion and there is still more baseball, softball and track to come.

A couple of weeks ago we had a situation during one of our boys’ home basketball games where some visiting fans got a little out of hand with their comments. The referees asked us to calm the situation or invite them to leave the gym. In San Saba, we say that sportsmanship is expected and that means all of us. Some people have asked what it takes to get thrown out of an event, so I thought I would publish a “How To” article. We will call this a Fan’s Guide on “How To” get thrown out of a ball game.

Thu
27
Feb
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Cherokee Elementary wins Hickory UWCD No. 1 poster contest again!

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The 2020 grand prize winner of the annual Hickory UWCD No. 1 poster contest is Lily Graves, a Cherokee fifth grader in Ms. Shannon Padgett’s class. This is the second year in a row that a Cherokee student has taken first place.

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Thu
27
Feb
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Coyote Pride

Spring is always a busy time for staff and students and parents, although the first weeks of spring still feel like winter. Traveling and participating in events such basketball, UIL track, UIL golf, UIL tennis, UIL academics, UIL one act plays and assorted meetings seems to leave little free time.

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