Preliminary performance data
Preliminary district and preliminary campus performance data for grades 3-8 is now available. This data will likely change when it is finalized and re-released by the state in August.

2018 Spring Grades 3 - 8 Data Summary


2018 Spring Grades 3 - 8 District Summary

Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place on the Ballot

Please see the official notice linked below:


Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place on the Ballot



State grant to fund SISD Whole Child Learning Center

The Seguin ISD Matador Special Services Department is the recipient of the 2018-2019 Services to Students with Autism grant.


Halcy Dean, director of Special Education for Seguin ISD, said that the grant, totaling $779,050.00, will be used to develop the Whole Child Learning Center (WCLC).


“This program will take an innovative approach to early learning and engagement for our three to five-year-old students with autism. It will be a full day yet flexible program designed to provide center based, outdoor classroom and community based intervention for preschool children facing developmental disabilities. The WCLC concept also incorporates 10 non- disabled students to serve as peers for those with autism,” she said.


Seguin ISD expects serve approximately 50 students and families in year one which begins this fall. Four classrooms at Ball Early Childhood Center will be dedicated as learning space along with adjacent rooms in the school for a parent/community center to accommodate parents, guardians and families.


The grant goes even further, offering all families of children with autism ages 6 to 9 and enrolled in the district to be involved with activities designed to increase understanding, skills and capacity to serve children with autism. “The top priority will be to foster a culture of acceptance and integration of all children with differences and to develop the valuable resources and experiences they can contribute to the community as a whole,” she said.


Seguin ISD applied for the grant through the Texas Education Agency and has the option to extend the grant one year.


“Over the summer months we will prepare our staff and dedicate resources so that the program, which will provide safe and actively engaging learning opportunities, is serving students this fall,” she said.

Upcoming Board Meetings

The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees is hosting a public and regular board meeting on June 19 at 6:00 PM and 6:30 PM respectively.  The special meeting on May 21 at 6:30 PM has been cancelled. You can find the agendas at the links below:



June 19 Public Meeting


June 19 Regular Board Meeting

Top 5 Readers Seguin Reads! Superintendent's Summer Reading Initiative

The Top 5 readers in the Seguin Reads! Superintendent’s Summer Reading Initiative are:


Meagan Martinez, Jefferson Elementary, 101 books

Nicholas Magallenes-Henson, Jefferson Elementary, 71 books

Molly Burns, Weinert Elementary, 70 books

Ashton Herrera, Rodriguez Elementary, 68 books

Roderick Wallace, McQueeney Elementary, 65 books


Congratulations to these super readers and keep up the great work! All Seguin ISD students have access to myON as part of the Seguin Reads! Superintenddnt’s Summer Reading Initiative. The community has free access to this digital library as well! Check out myON at


To log in and read, the login credentials are School Name: Seguin ISD Community, Username: seguin and Password: reads

Student STAAR data available

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) made Spring 2018 STAAR performance data available to parents/legal guardians on June 13, 2018. TEA has created a unique access code to view STAAR performance data on or after this date. To acquire an access code, please see the attached letter and flyer.


Code Letter English


Code Letter Spanish


Access Flyer English


Access Flyer Spanish

Summer Food Program
An expanded menu and additional locations are on tap for the Summer Food Program that starts on June 11. Seguin ISD, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, will provide meals at nine locations free of charge to children from ages 1 to 18. Adults interested in participating will be charged $2.25 for breakfast and $3.60 for lunch. Check out the flyer to see the menu and serving locations conveniently located throughout Seguin.

Check out Dr. Gutierrez's End of Year message to faculty and staff along with a video produced by the Matador Journalism Department

Matador Family,


It will be a year since I was named the lone finalist for Seguin ISD. As I reflect on this swift year, we have so many reasons to celebrate. Within this time, we have accomplished many great things, and we are on our way towards becoming a destination district for South Texas. If it weren’t for our supportive SISD community, these goals would not have come to fruition.


You have embraced our district’s initiatives, adopted new ideas, and turned them into reality. In addition, you have welcomed our district’s use of social media to connect, learn, share and collaborate in a connected world. You have come together to collectively shape our strategic plan and cultivate the conditions necessary for student learning. In just a year, you have taken steps to implement Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) and plan for innovative programming for the 2018-19 school year. I am proud to say that Koennecke Elementary will be the first Two-Way Dual Language campus, providing an enrichment program for English Learners. Jefferson Elementary and McQueeney Elementary will be partnering with Texas Christian University to implement LiiNK (Let’s Inspire Innovation ‘N Kids) and provide students with opportunities to develop the whole child. Vogel Elementary will be the first to implement AVID at the elementary level, and Weinert Elementary will expand its fine arts programming with the addition of visual arts.


At the secondary level we had the first graduating class of Early College High School students with over 30 students earning an Associate Degree from St. Philip’s College along with their high school diploma. CTE launched a new website and “rebranding” of program opportunities including a very successful Career Day with involvement from the City and students earned certifications in multiple areas. We had many reasons to celebrate accomplishments in our fine arts, athletics and cheer programs as well. We will begin a focus on developing Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships in all classrooms to ensure high levels of learning for all students.


I cannot find an appropriate word other than magical… This year has truly been magical because of you!


As Barbara Bush shared, “At the end of your life you will never regret not having passed one more test, not winning one more verdict, or not closing one more deal. You will regret time not spent with a husband, a friend, a child or a parent.” Please take time this summer to relax and enjoy your loved ones.


Thank you for being my work family.




Superintendent's Book Study- a Reflection


Dr. G. #MatadorsUnitied

Graduation Information and Live Stream 2018

The Seguin High School Class of 2018 graduation ceremony is planned for June 9, 8 p.m. at Matador Stadium. If it becomes necessary to move indoors to Goldie Harris Gym due to weather, the announcement will be made no later than 4 p.m. on Saturday afternoon.


For those who do not want to sit in the heat or may have issues navigating the stadium, limited seating will be available at Seguin ISD District Office (1221 E. Kingsbury St.) to watch the commencement via a live stream.


Parking is available in the Goldie Harris Gymnasium lot, Seguin High School parking lots on the north and south sides of the campus, Seguin ISD District Office lot and on residential streets in surrounding neighborhoods. Please do not park on the grass lawns of nearby churches.


Thank you for supporting the Seguin High School Class of 2018!


View video live stream.

Superintendent vlog message

Dr. Matthew Gutiérrez, Seguin ISD Superintendent of Schools, would like to share a message with you all.  Click Read More to view the video.