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    ****Early Release ****

     Thursday, December 8th  
    High School 12:30
    Middle School 12:30
    Elementary 12:00
    (excluding students at Elementary that will be competing in UIL)





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    Sabine High School Varsity Football Players

    2016 8AAA UIL District Honors
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  • Cross Country

    The Sabine High School Cross Country team completed another excellent season, with a very good performance at regionals on Saturday.  The Varsity girls placed 12th in the team standings out of 24 teams.  Macy Rutland led the way again for the Lady Cardinals with a two mile time of 13:43.  Genesis Willett ran the course in 14:13, Sarah Webb ran a 14:18, Madison Matlock, competing in her 3rd straight regional meet, finished in 14 minutes 30 seconds.  Kali Bynog ran a time of 15 minutes 20 seconds and Laura Padron ran a 17:59.
    The Varsity boys placed 10th in the overall team results out of 26 teams.  Junior, Armando Borrego led the charge, finishing the 5K race with a time of 19 minutes 18 seconds, Collin Clifford ran a 19:37.  Eddie Rosas finished in 20:04,  Logan Tucker ran 20 minutes 10 seconds. Chase Lopez 20:37 Saniel Acosta ran 21:34 and Wesley McGarity finished with a time of 22 minutes 10 seconds.  Logan and Collin have advanced to regionals four consecutive years now.
    Congratulations to these hardworking student athletes for another great cross country season!

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    Devin Thompson
    National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
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  • ***High School Seniors- The deadlines for
    applying for financial aid have changed dramatically! Please go to 
    to see the new filing deadlines!***
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  • **New**
    Student Drop Off/Pick Up Information
    Drop Off Begins: 7:30 AM   Pick Up Begins: 3:10 PM
    In an effort to eliminate as many traffic issues as possible, we are making some changes to our student drop off and pick up instructions at the Sabine Elementary School.
    ALL students who will be dropped off or picked up by parents, will need to do so in theFRONT of the school.
    Buses will drop off and pick up the students in the BACK of the school.
    For our FIRST DAY ONLY:  If you are walking your child into the building, you may park in the front or the back of the school.  This is the only day that parents will be able to walk their child into the building.
    Please expect large volumes of traffic.
    We appreciate your patience as we try to make the beginning of school both convenient for our parents and safe for our students.
    Click here for a detailed map
    Gregg County Sheriff Video Instructions:



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  • New Tax Rate
    Sabine Independent School District Adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's rate.
    The tax rate will effectively be raised by 2.60 percent and will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $26.33 


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  • High School Counselors are now on Twitter and Facebook 
    Follow us @sabinecounselor on Twitter and on Facebook: for information from the counseling department for 9th-12th graders, parents, teachers, and community.

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    Sabine ISD News

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Mission Statement

Sabine ISD Mission
The Mission of the Sabine Independent School District is to provide appropriate, challenging opportunities in a safe and positive environment, so that all students can develop academically, mentally, emotionally, physically and socially to their fullest potential. Sabine ISD will prepare students to become good citizens and productive members of society by enabling them to be competent problem solvers and communicators, effective, collaborative workers and users of technology, and life-long learners.
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