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Monday, February 14th, 2011

Gathering at De Zavala remembers nuturing friend

Last week, staff from De Zavala Elementary School, the San Marcos CISD Child Nutrition Department and several members of the Ponce family gathered to pay tribute to Annette Narvarro, who passed away around Thanksgiving of 2010.

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

School district ponders high school academies

San Marcos CISD Trustees are considering whether to include career academies, specialized fields of study, within San Marcos High School. The board is aiming for a decision in February.

Friday, August 14th, 2009

Pathfinder and PRIDE rise as Phoenix

The San Marcos CISD Board of Trustees approved a plan on Aug. 12 to combine two alternative high school programs, PRIDE High School and the Pathfinder Learning Center, into the Phoenix Learning Center. The merger is a...

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

Pathfinder Learning Center graduates 21

Pathfinder Learning Center graduated 21 seniors on June 3, in a ceremony held in the San Marcos High School auditorium.

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

Pathfinder students taking dual path

About a quarter of the students at San Marcos CISD's Pathfinder Center are signing up for a dual option program than would enable them to learn trades at Gary Job Corps.

Wednesday, June 4th, 2008

From San Marcos CISD: Nineteen graduate Pathfinder program

Nineteen students from the San Marcos CISD Pathfinder Learning Center earned their diplomas and walked the stage at the San Marcos High School Performing Arts Center on May 30.

Friday, May 30th, 2008

Hays CISD to graduate 600 seniors this weekend

A week of high school graduations in Hays County begins tonight, when Hays High School will walk 322 seniors at Bob Shelton Stadium.

Wednesday, May 7th, 2008

$2.4 million grant flowing to San Marcos River research, education

The National Science Foundation and the Texas Pioneer Foundation recently awarded Texas State University $2.4 million for aquatic research on the San Marcos River and to promote awareness.