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Building bridges through unity: Memorial and Stratford unite for special needs students

In an inspiring display of unity and inclusion, Memorial and Stratford High Schools put aside their long-standing rivalry to host a groundbreaking Unified football game, aimed at fostering a sense of belonging among special needs students. The event, part of the Special Olympics' Unified Sports program, showcased athletes with and without intellectual disabilities competing side by side, proving that when we’re at our best, we're all on the same team.

Spearheaded by students with personal connections to the cause, the game not only brought two schools together but also spotlighted the importance of acceptance and camaraderie.

Read this story of rivalry transformed into a celebration of inclusivity and lasting memories. #SBISDProud

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SBISD's 2023-24 Character Without Question winners

Spring Branch ISD (SBISD) recognized 48 Character Without Question award recipients during the SBISD Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 26. The award, which was established 19 years ago, honors students who demonstrate their outstanding character through positive actions.

“We are excited to honor an incredible group of students who exemplify what it means to uphold SBISD’s Core Characteristics of a T-2-4 Ready Graduate,” said SBISD Superintendent Jennifer Blaine. “Character Without Question is a great time to celebrate not just the student, but their families and school community for supporting them. We are delighted to see how these students continue to watch these students grow, learn and thrive!”

Winning students exemplify SBISD’s Core Characteristics of a T-2-4 Ready Graduate:

  • Academically Prepared
  • Ethical & Service-minded
  • Empathetic & Self-aware
  • Persistent & Adaptable
  • Resourceful Problem-solver
  • Communicator & Collaborator

The students were nominated by their teachers, counselors, school administrators or other students. Character Without Question award recipients were selected after meeting with a panel of campus staff. Read full story

SBISD proudly showcases achievements in Career and Technical Education

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Beyond the badge: One SBISD campus officer’s promise to serve, protect and mentor students

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