This is a notification that Sabine Pass ISD intends to apply for federal funding under the CARES Act, Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSERF). The...
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In an abundance of caution, Sabine Pass ISD students will continue to work remotely from home Wednesday, September 23rd. High tides are continuing to push water significantly over the road coming into Sabine Pass. With this and the predicted rainfall through tomorrow, we feel the conditions will impede on the safety of our students and faculty/staff. Please continue to monitor the website and social media for further updates on the remainder of the week. Keep safe Shark family!
In an abundance of caution, Sabine Pass ISD students will continue to work remotely from home Tuesday, September 22nd due to inclement weather. Please continue to check the website and social media for further updates. Keep safe!
Sabine Pass Parents: We are aware that resident students do not have power and may not have the capability of performing work in google classroom. Your teachers and the district will work with you all over the next few days if the assignments are unable to be completed. Fingers crossed they are able to restore power! We know this is a trying time for everyone, but please be reassured we are here to help! If you have any questions you can email your teachers or myself at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will return your email and work out a solution.
Due to students going remote for Monday, September 21st, the Middle School volleyball game at Burkeville has been cancelled.
In an abundance of caution, Sabine Pass ISD students will work remotely from home Monday, September 21st due to a called voluntary evacuation for Sabine Pass. Work will continue to be posted on Google Classroom, and if you have any questions please contact the school. Please continue to monitor the website and SPS social media platforms for further details over the next few days. Keep safe Sharks!